Professor​​
Sociology: Social & Criminal Justice Advisor
Anspach Hall 123
(989) 774-3469
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

  • Smith, J.M. and E.A. Bradshaw. 2020. “Activating Activists: Practicing Social Change in Prison Classes.” In The Handbook of Research on Higher Education Accessibility Behind and Beyond Prison Walls. Edited by Dani V. McMay, Rebekah D. Kimble and Cindi M. McEachon. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Pp. 216-240.  
  • Kramer, R.C. and E.A. Bradshaw. 2020. “Climate Crimes: The Case of Exxon Mobil.” In Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology, 2ndEd. Edited by Avi Brisman and Nigel South. New York, NY: Routledge. Pp. 167-186.  
  • Ozymy, J., M. Jarrell, and E.A. Bradshaw. 2020. “How Green Criminologists can Help Victims of Green Crimes through Scholarship and Activism.” In Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology, 2ndEd. Edited by Avi Brisman and Nigel South. New York, NY: Routledge. Pp. 150-164. 
  • 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.​