Teaching in 2020
as Course Coordinator and Lectureras Course Coordinator and Lecturer
BA(Hons) MA Auck, MPhil PhD CUNY
My research focuses broadly on questions of structural and political violence. In terms of structural violence, I focus on the status of citizenship rights in late modern western democratic regimes. I use post-disaster long-term relief as well as refugee resettlement as case studies of state presence in the sphere of social rights. Currently, I am researching New Zealand policies of integration and resettlement of families from refugee backgrounds, aiming to connect it to larger western trends of refugee resettlement.
I also research terrorism and mass shootings, focusing on radicalization and violence in western countries. Through the lenses of cultural criminology and critical social theory, I explore these forms of violence in connection to resurgent hyper nationalism and masculinity. I am currently working on a conference paper exploring mass shootings in the west using recent incidents in the United States and New Zealand as case studies.
Salman, S., & Naegler, L. (Forthcoming). Cultural Criminology and Female Offending. In F. P. Bernat, & K. Frailing (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Women and Crime. Wiley
Salman, S. (2018). Book Review: Moneish Bhatia, Scott Poynting and Waqas Tufail (eds) Media, Crime and Racism. Journal of Sociology, 54(4), NP1-NP3. doi:10.1177/1440783318790996
Naegler, L., & Salman, S. (2016). Cultural Criminology and Gender Consciousness. Feminist Criminology, 11(4), 354-374. doi:10.1177/1557085116660609
Salman, S. (2014). Troubling the psychosocial: Jock Young’s late modern subjectivity from Sartre to Marcuse. Theoretical Criminology, 18(4), 450-458. doi:10.1177/1362480614557206
Salman, S. (2014). For Freedom or Security? A Critical Appraisal of Egypt’s Unfinished Revolution. Situations Journal, 5(2), 109-136
Bozorgmehr, M., Bakalian, A., & Salman, S. (2012). Host Hostility and Nativism. In S. J. Gold, & S. J. Nawyn (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies (1st edition ed., pp. 189-201). Oxford: Routledge