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Safiyah Rochelle

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Assistant Professor
Criminology (CRIM)

Office: 741 Ross Building South
Email: srochell@yorku.ca


Dr. Safiyah Rochelle is an assistant professor in the Department of Social Science.

Dr. Rochelle is a researcher whose areas of interest and teaching centers on contemporary political and legal theory, critical visual and race studies, state violence and criminalization, and the relationship between law, violence, and marginalized populations. She is currently working on two projects: the first examines racial governance and redress in the aftermath of state violence, and the second explores the spatial, visual, and imaginative boundaries of mourning and memorialization for victims of mass violence.

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Degrees

PhD, Carleton University
MA, Carleton University
BA, University of Ottawa

Research Interests

, Race and Racialization, Critical Visual Studies, Critical Criminology, Legal Theory, Law and Violence


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2024 AP/SOSC2650 6.0 A Theories of Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2024 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar ONLN


Dr. Safiyah Rochelle is an assistant professor in the Department of Social Science.

Dr. Rochelle is a researcher whose areas of interest and teaching centers on contemporary political and legal theory, critical visual and race studies, state violence and criminalization, and the relationship between law, violence, and marginalized populations. She is currently working on two projects: the first examines racial governance and redress in the aftermath of state violence, and the second explores the spatial, visual, and imaginative boundaries of mourning and memorialization for victims of mass violence.

Degrees

PhD, Carleton University
MA, Carleton University
BA, University of Ottawa

Research Interests

, Race and Racialization, Critical Visual Studies, Critical Criminology, Legal Theory, Law and Violence



Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2024 AP/SOSC2650 6.0 A Theories of Criminology LECT
Fall/Winter 2024 AP/SOSC4650 6.0 A Criminology Honours Seminar ONLN