Sarah Brightman

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice

Phone: 910-672-2196 

Email: sbrightm@uncfsu.edu

Room: LTB 321L

Education

PhD, Western Michigan University
MA, Western Michigan University
BS, Central Michigan University

Courses Taught

CRJC 200: Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJC 304: Criminological Theory
CRJC 305: Race, Class, and Gender in Criminal Justice
CRJC 313: Victimology
CRJC 361: Comparative Criminal Justice
CRJC 450: Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
CRJC 640: Qualitative Methods in Criminal Justice
CRJC 660: Current Issues in Victimology

Research Interests

Criminological Theory, Women and Crime
State and Corporate Crime
International Law
Victimology
Sociological Theory
Feminist Theory, Global Feminism, Feminist Identity
Feminist Research and Epistemology
Feminist Pedagogy, Sex and Gender

Publications

Quinn, E. & Brightman, S. (2015) Crime Victimization: A comprehensive overview. Durham: Carolina Academic Press

Brightman, S. (2015) Rights, Women and the State of Pakistan. Contemporary Justice Review. 18, 3: 334-351

Brightman, S.; Lenning, E. & McElrath. (2015) State-directed Sterilizations in North Carolina: Victim-Centeredness and Reparations. British Journal of Criminology 55, 3: 474-493

Brightman, S. & Lenning, E. (2009) Oil, Rape and State Crime in Nigeria. Critical Criminology 17: 35-48

Presentations 

"The World is Your Classroom: Practical and Pedagogical Tips for Study Abroad" Co-presenter: Dr. Emily Lenning, American Society of Criminology Annual Convention, November 17-21, Washington D.C.

"Contemporary Eugenics, Social Engineering, and the Criminal Justice System"
Co-presenter: Dr. Emily Lenning, American Society of Criminology Annual Convention, November 18-22, San Francisco, California.

"Incorporating Global Perspectives in Traditional Criminal Justice Classes" Co-presenter: Dr. Emily Lenning, American Society of Criminology Annual Convention, November 19-23, Atlanta, Georgia.

Memberships

American Society of Criminology
Division on Women and Crime, American Society of Criminology

Honors 

Outstanding Teaching/Teacher of the Year Award
Department of Criminal Justice, Fayetteville State University

Service Award
Department of Criminal Justice, Fayetteville State University

"Top Ten Academic Advisor"
Fayetteville State University

Outstanding Teaching/Teacher of the Year Award
Department of Criminal Justice, Fayetteville State University