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Grant Tietjen

Assistant Professor

Sociology
Criminal Justice

Main Campus
McMullen Hall, MH016
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803

563-333-6195
TietjenGrantE@sau.edu

Education and Training

PhD, MA, BA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sociology

Areas of Professional Interest

Criminal Justice, Criminology, Education, Criminological Theory, Mass Incarceration, Social Stigma, Social Inequality

Recent Publications

Whitt, Hugh P. and Grant E. Tietjen, 2012. "Vehicular Homicide in France in the Equine Era: Were Distracted Driving and Road Rage Decivilizing Consequences of the Civilizing Process in the 1840s?" Homicide Studies. 16(2): 151-174.

Tietjen, Grant, 2012. "Auto-Ethnography on Desistance from Crime." Euro Vista: Probation and Community Justice. (Forthcoming edition)

Memberships

American Sociological Association
American Society of Criminology

Community Service and Service Work

2011-present
Institutional Review Board
Alternate reviewer for correctional research
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2011-present
Graduate Student Association
Legislative Assembly Representative for Sociology Department
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

2011-present
Graduate Student Taskforce
Graduate Student Association committee for graduate student rights
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dr. Tietjen's CV