Publications & Presentations

Academic Publications

  • Under Contract & Forthcoming Winter 2020: Loadenthal, Michael, ed. Prosecuting Political Violence: Collaborative Research and Method. Political Violence. New York, NY: Routledge, 2020. 
This book showcases 17 tPP-affiliated student researchers sharing their work, findings, and methodological insights.
 
 

Public Presentations

  • 13 March 2020: Panel presentation at “Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Symposium”, sponsored by the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, Miami University.
    • Michael Loadenthal, “The Prosecution Project: Methods, concepts, and future directions
    • Katie Blowers, “Trial by Plea Bargain
    • Sarah Moore, “What’s in a Name: The construction of eco-terrorism and legal repercussions of the AEPA/AETA, 1990 – 2019
    • Megan Burtis, “Friend or Foe?: Sentencing in the Prosecution of Terrorism”

  • 2 March 2020: Public Critique of tPP Design and Method by Member of FBI’s Joint Terrorism Taskforce. [Department of Sociology, Miami University, UPH 351]
  • 22 February 2019: Panel presentation at “Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality Symposium”, sponsored by the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, Miami University.
    • Athena Chapekis and Sarah M. Moore, “The prosecution of ‘others’:” Presidential rhetoric and the interrelation of framing, prosecutions, and the Global War on Terror?
    • Alexandria Doty, “The Effects of. Gender on Sentencing Within Terrorism Prosecution: Are Women Sentenced to a Significantly Different Prison Sentence than Men when they are Charged with Similar Acts of Terrorism?”
    • Hannah Hendricks, “Othered Status: The Death Penalty and White Supremacist Rhetoric”
    • Michael Loadenthal, “Studying Political Violence While Indicted: Against Objectivity and Detachment”
  • 7 February 2019: Sharing the Tools and Approach of the Prosecution Project as Applied Sociological Research [SOC462: Applied Sociological Research]
  • 19 & 21 February 2019: Exploring Descriptive and Inferential Statistical Analysis using tPP [SOC462: Applied Sociological Research]
  • 16 January 2019: Exploring Race and Ethnicity with tPP, Antioch College Department of Anthropology. [ANTH 270: Anthropology of Social Movements]
  • 18 October 2018: tPP and the World of Undergraduate Research. [PSY112: Foundational Experiences in Psychology]
  • 10 October 2018: Office of Research for Undergraduates panel discussion, featuring Dr. Naaborle Sackeyfio and the Prosecution Project, “Perspectives from Miami Social Science Undergraduate Researchers.” Sponsored by SOURCE [King Library AIS]
  • 6 April 2018: Public Critique of tPP Design and Method by Member of FBI’s Joint Terrorism Taskforce. [Department of Sociology, Miami University, UPH 258]