Welcoming new members to the International Editorial Board of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy
The Journal Editorial team are very pleased to welcome four new members to the International Editorial Board this month:
- Christopher Emzin, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
- Cleotilde Hernández Suárez, The College of San Luis (El Colegio de San Luis), Mexico
- Robyn Oxley, Western Sydney University (WSU), Australia
- Amalia Valdés-Riesco, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Chile
The Editorial team are buoyed by the inclusion of researchers specialising in areas of Indigenous issues and the criminal justice system. Criminology researcher and Tharawal and Yorta Yorta woman, Robyn Oxley has recently joined the School of Social Sciences at WSU, while Chris Emzin is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Justice at QUT – joining the School initially as its first visiting police associate and a senior Indigenous member of the Queensland Police Service. Cleotilde researches environmental and territorial issues, with a focus on rural and Indigenous communities. Southern criminology is also a focus of criminologist Amalia Valdés-Riesco. Amalia’s research is focused on prisons and prisoners’ rights, the justice system, women and crime and white collar crime.
The Journal now has 110 Editorial Board members from 22 countries. All Board members are respected scholars and practitioners in their particular fields of criminology and law.