Schartmueller, Doris

Criminal Justice Internship Coordinator
Office: Butte 719
Phone: 898-5204

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Name: Schartmueller, Doris

Rank: Assistant Professor

Year of hire: 2015

Year of tenure/promotion:

Official capacity: Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice

Degree(s): Ph.D. In Political Science, M.S. In Applied Criminology, M.A. In Political Science

Alma mater: Northern Arizona University, University of Vienna (Austria)

Courses taught: Corrections, Justice System Administration, Transnational and International Crime

Select publications:  

  • Schartmueller, D. (2015). Settling Down Behind Bars: The Extensive Use of Life Sentences in Alabama. The Prison Journal, 95(4), 449-471. 
  • Schartmueller, D. (2014). People Matter More than Numbers. Organized Efforts against Prison Privatization in Florida. Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice, 17, 12, 233-249.
  • Schartmueller, D. (2014). Too Dangerous to Get Out?: The Use of Individualized Release Mechanisms for Life-Time Incarcerated Offenders in Sweden. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 25, 4, 407 - 431.