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Email: brads2ea@cmich.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., Sociology, Western Michigan University, 2012
  • M.A., Sociology, Concentration in Criminology, Western Michigan University, 2008
  • B.S., Sociology and Political Science, Central Michigan University, 2006
  • A.L.A., Oakland Community College, 2004

Areas of Teaching Expertise

  • Social and Criminal Justice
  • Government and Corporate Crime
  • Prisons and Mass Incarceration  

Research Interests

  • State-Corporate Crime
  • Green Criminology
  • Toxic Prisons
  • Surveillance
  • Social Movements  

Selected Publications

  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2019. "Green State Crimes and Toxic Prisons: Synthesizing Environmental Harms at Intersection of the Military and Prison Industrial Complexes." In Explorations in Critical Criminology: Essays in Honor of William J. Chambliss by Dawn Rothe and Victoria Collins (Eds). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Publishing. Pp. 139-155.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2018. "Tombstone Towns and Toxic Prisons: Prison Ecology and the Necessity of an Anti-Prison Environmental Movement." Critical Criminology 26:407-422. Special Issue on Penal Abolition.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2018. "Pipelines, Presidents and People Power: Resisting State-Corporate Environmental Crime." In Revisiting Crimes of the Powerful: Marxism, Crime and Deviance. Edited by Steve Bittle, Laureen Snider, Steve Tombs and David Whyte. New Your, NY: Routledge. Pp. 157-173.
  • Howard, G.J. and E.A. Bradshaw. 2018. "The Meaning of Surveillance in Public Space." In Spatial Policing: The Influence of Time, Space and Geography on Law Enforcement Practices, 2nd Ed. Edited by Charles E. Crawford. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. Pp. 201-229.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2015. "Blockadia Rising: Rowdy Greens, Direct Action and the Keystone XL Pipeline." Critical Criminology 23 (4): 433-448. Special issue on Climate Change from a Criminological Perspective.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2015. "Obviously, We're All Oil:' The Criminogenic Structure of the Offshore Oil Industry." Theoretical Criminology 19 (3): 376-395.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2015. "Blacking out the Gulf: State-Corporate Environmental Crime and the Response to the 2010 BP Oil Spill." The Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful. Edited by Gregg Barak. New York, NY: Routledge. Pp. 363-372.
  • Doyon, J.A. and E.A. Bradshaw. 2015. "Unfettered Fracking: A Critical Examination at Hydraulic Fracturing in the United States." The Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful. Edited by Gregg Barak. New York, NY Routledge. Pp. 235-246.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2014. "State-Corporate Environmental Cover-up: The Response to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill" State Crime Journal 3 (2): 163-181.
  • Bradshaw, E.A. 2014. "Filling the Void: Classroom Strategies for Teaching about Crimes of the Powerful." In Teaching Criminology at the Intersection: A How-to Guide for Teaching about Gender, Race, Class and Sexuality. Edited by Rebecca Hayes, Kate Luther and Susan Caringella. New York: Routledge. Pp. 106-119.​