Ben Fleury-Steiner Ph.D., Professor
Joint Appointments: Black American Studies and Legal Studies
University of Delaware
336 Smith Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Benjamin Fleury-Steiner's research focuses on the intersections of inequality, punishment, and social control in a variety of institutional contexts, including death penalty judgments, the identity politics of criminal justice policy and lawmaking, and the governance of historically marginalized groups. He is the author of
4 books and a co-edited monograph: The Pains of Mass Imprisonment (Routledge, 2014, co-authored with Jamie Longazel); Disposable Heroes: The Betrayal of African American Veterans (Rowman & Littlefield, 2012); Dying Inside: The HIV/AIDS Ward at Limestone Prison (University of Michigan Press, 2008); The New Civil Rights Research: A Constitutive Approach (Ashgate, 2006, co-edited with Laura Beth Nielsen); Jurors' Stories of Death: How America's Death Penalty Invests in Inequality (University of Michigan Press, 2004).
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