Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Tom Raper Hall 362
- Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Indiana University Bloomington
- M.S., Criminal Justice, Eastern Kentucky University
- B.S., Criminal Justice and Philosophy, Murray State University
Current Research Interests
Policing, Race and Racism; Ethnographic Methods; Cultural Criminology
Selected Publications/Conference Presentations
- Whitehead, Stephanie N. (2014). Cops, Domestic Violence and the Crisis in White Masculinity. Race, Gender, & Class, 21 (3-4).
- Whitehead, Stephanie N. (2014). Politicizing Heroism and Villainy in Policing. Evil Incarnate: Manifestations of Villains and Villainy - An International, Interdisciplinary Conference at Case Western University. Cleveland, OH.
- Whitehead, Stephanie N. (2014). Content Tyranny in the Research Methods Classroom (with Jennifer Colanese and Sara Walsh). Midwest Scholars Conference, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indianapolis, IN
- Whitehead, Stephanie N. (2013). White Racial Anxieties in Everyday Police Work. 36th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, Chicago, IL.
Grants, Awards, and Honors
- 2014 – 2015 CTL Faculty Fellow in Innovative Teaching, Indiana University East
- 2013 – 2014 CTL Faculty Fellow in Innovative Teaching, Indiana University East
- 2013 HSS Advisor of the Year, School of Humanities of Social Sciences, Indiana University East
- 2011 Sony Scholarship Recipient, Sony Corporation of America.