Dr. Christina DeJong is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Her research focuses primarily on gender and crime, with special emphases on victimization and policing. Recently, Dr. DeJong’s research has shifted to focus on mass violence and genocide, particularly as it affects women worldwide.

Curriculum Vitae


1990 University of Texas, BA Sociology (minor in French)
1992 University of Maryland, MS Criminology
1994 University of Maryland, Ph.D. Criminal Justice & Criminology

Research Areas

Recidivism Post-Incarceration
Violence Against Women
Police/Community Interaction

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Membership in Professional Associations

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
American Society of Criminology
Division on Women & Crime
Division of International Criminology
International Association of Genocide Scholars
International Network of Genocide Scholars
Association for Integrative Studies


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