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Hallett, Michael

ISR Non-Resident Scholar
Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice
University of North Florida
email Michael Hallett
Curriculum Vitae

 

Dr. Michael Hallett is Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice at the University of North Florida. He has published in numerous books and journals including Punishment & Society, Justice Quarterly, Critical Criminology, Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, The Prison Journal, and others. Dr. Hallett’s academic focus is Corrections & Social Inequality, Punishment & Society, and Religion & Crime. As part of the Baylor ISR research team exploring the impact of prison seminaries, Dr. Hallett has served as a Senior Research Fellow at ISR since 2013. Dr. Hallett’s next book, titled Redeemed: Religious Identity Change Among Ex-Offenders, will be published by Routledge.

 

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