Faculty Profile

Anne M Sullivan

Professional Details

Title: Professor
Office: HB-306
Phone: 978-542-6485
Email: anne.sullivan@salemstate.edu
Website: http://www.salemstate.edu/~asullivan

Summer Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1498 21 CRJ707 Intimate Violence

Professional Biography

I am presently a Professor at Salem State College where I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in criminal justice. I also serve as the Coordinator of the Criminal Justice Graduate Program. I've been teaching at Salem State College in the Criminal Justice Department since 1994. I earned by Ph.D. in Law, Policy and Society from Northeastern University that same year. I also hold a Master's degree in Criminology from Northeastern University and a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Anselm College.

Professional Interests

Hate crimes Domestic Violence Fear of Crime

Responsibilities

Undergraduate Courses Introduction to Criminal Justice White Collar Crime Bias Crime Community Issues and Crime Victimology Graduate Courses Theories of Crime Intimate Violence White Collar Crime Victimology

Selected Publications

Sullivan, A (1999), "Assessing Community Fear Across Multilingual Populations," Current Issues in Victimology Research, Robert Jerin and Laura Moriarity, editors, Carolina Academic Press.

Kuehnle, K., and Sullivan, A. (2001) "Patterns of Anti-Gay Violence: An Analysis of Incident Characteristics and Victim Reporting," Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol. 16, No. 9.

Kuehnle, K., and Sullivan, A. (2003) "Gay and Lesbian Victims of Hate Crime and Same-Sex Battering: A Comparative Analysis of Incident Reporting," Journal of Criminal Justice and Behavior.

Sullivan, A., and Kuehnle, K. (2006) "Lesbian Battering," Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence, Nikky Jackson, editor, Routledge Publishing.

Sullivan, A., and Kuehnle, K. (2006) "Cycle of Violence," Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence, Nikky Jackson, editor, Routledge.

Selected Presentations

"Same Sex Battering: Serial Incidents and Escalating Violence," Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Science, March 2005, Chicago.

"Gay and Lesbian Victimization and Reporting Factors in Domestic Violence and Bias Incidents," Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, March 2001, Washington, DC.

"Assessing the Attitudes of Supervisors and Officers Toward Community Policing," Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference, March 1997, Louisville.

               

"Assessing Community Fear Across Multilingual Populations," Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference, March 1997, Louisville.

Personal Interests

My pets, Kayla (the wonder dog), Boo (the alpha cat), travel, cooking, golfing and bowling.

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