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Kevin F. Steinmetz
2/18/2015
Kevin F. Steinmetz
Curriculum Vitae
OFFICE ADDRESS
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Kansas State University
202-C Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
(785)532-4974
[email protected]
EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Criminal Justice, May 2014
Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, TX
Dissertation Title: “A Badge of Honor and a Scarlet Letter”: An Ethnographic Study
of Hacker Culture (Chair: Jurg Gerber, Ph.D.)
Defended February 7th, 2014
Master of Science (M.S.), Criminal Justice, May 2010
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, KY
Thesis: The Pixelated Jolly Roger: An Ethnographic Study of Online Pirates (Chair:
Kenneth D. Tunnell, Ph.D.)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Police Studies, May 2008
Magna cum laude
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, KY
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor, August 2014 – Present.
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Kansas State University
Doctoral Teaching Fellow, August 2012 – May 2014.
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
Taught Crime, Justice and Social Diversity (Fall 2012 – Present).
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Doctoral Teaching Assistant, August 2011 – Present
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
Undergraduate courses assisted: Crime, Justice and Social Diversity
Graduate courses assisted: Seminar in Criminology and Corrections
Doctoral Research Assistant, August 2010 – Present
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
Conducted research under the Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT)
(Fall 2010 – Spring 2011)
Conducted research under Howard Henderson, Ph.D. (Fall 2011 – Present)
Graduate Assistant, August 2008 – May 2010
Department of Criminal Justice and Police Studies
College of Justice and Safety
Eastern Kentucky University
Assisted in research under Kenneth Tunnell, Ph.D. and Victor Kappeler, Ph.D.
Co-taught under Robin Haarr, Ph.D. (Spring 2010).
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Steinmetz, K. F. (forthcoming). Becoming a hacker: Background characteristics and
developmental factors. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, x(x),
xx-xx.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Gerber, J. (forthcoming). “It doesn’t have to be this way”: Hacker
perspectives on privacy. Social Justice, x(x), xx-xx. (Accepted July 4, 2014).
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (forthcoming). Hip-hop’s criminological thought: A
content analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, x(x), xx-xx.
(Accepted January 16, 2013).
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (forthcoming). Inequality on probation: An examination
of differential probation outcomes. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, x(x), xx-xx.
(Accepted February 1, 2015).
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (forthcoming). On the precipice of intersectionality:
Race, gender, and offense level interactions on probation failure. Criminal Justice
Review, x(x), xx-xx. (Accepted February 3, 2015).
Nolasco, C., del Carmen, R. V., Steinmetz, K. F., Vaughn, M. S., & Spaic, A. (2015, Online
First). The need for law courses in criminal justice and criminology doctoral
programs. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, x(x), xx-xx.
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Steinmetz, K. F. (2015). Craft(y)ness: An ethnographic study of hacking. British Journal of
Criminology, 55(1), 125-145.
Schaefer, B. P. & Steinmetz, K. F. (2014). Cop-watching and McLuhan’s tetrad: The limits
of video-activism in the Internet age. Surveillance & Society, 12(4), 502 – 515.
Steinmetz, K. F., Schaefer, B. P., del Carmen, R. V., & Hemmens, C. (2014). Assessing the
boundaries between criminal justice and criminology. Criminal Justice Review, 39(4),
357-376.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Gerber, J. (2014). “The greatest crime syndicate since the Gambinos”: A
hacker critique of government, law, and law enforcement. Deviant Behavior, 35(3),
243-261.
Armstrong, G. S., Longmire, D. R., Dretke, D. & Steinmetz, K. F. (2014). Impediments of
labor contracts on prison administrators’ response to staff-inmate sexual
misconduct. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 25(3), 325-346.
Rothe, D. L. & Steinmetz, K. F. (2013). The case of Bradley Manning: State victimization,
realpolitik and WikiLeaks. Contemporary Justice Review, 16(2), 280-292.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Chism, K. A. (2013). Police officer expectations of privacy against
electronic monitoring in the workplace: An introductory legal analysis. Journal of
Criminal Justice and Law Review, 3(1/2), 67-87.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Tunnell, K. D. (2013). Under the pixilated jolly roger: A study of online
pirates. Deviant Behavior, 34(1), 53-67.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (2012). Hip-hop and procedural justice: Hip-hop artists’
perceptions of criminal justice. Race & Justice, 2(3), 155-178.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2012). Message received: Virtual ethnography in online message boards.
International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 11(1), 26-39.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2012). WikiLeaks and realpolitik. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical
Criminology, 4(1), 14-52.
BOOK CHAPTERS
Green, E. W. & Steinmetz, K. F. (forthcoming). Up in smoke: Marijuana, abstract
empiricism, and the criminological imagination. In J. Hill & N. Marion (ed.) Legalizing
a crime: Marijuana policies across America. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Gerber, J. (forthcoming). Hacking the state: Hackers, technological
liberalism, and state crime. In G. Barak (ed.) Routledge International Handbook of the
Crimes of the Powerful (xx-xx). New York, NY: Routledge.
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BOOK REVIEWS
Steinmetz, K. F. (2015, Online First). James Banks: Online gambling and crime: Causes,
controls and controversies. British Journal of Criminology, x(x), xx – xx.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2014). Bradley Garrett: Explore everything: Place-hacking the city. Journal
of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 2(2), 299 - 301.
TECHNICAL REPORTS
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (2013). Evaluation of Jefferson County’s Inspire,
Encourage, and Achieve Youth Program. Final report submitted to the Jefferson
County Juvenile Probation Department.
RESEARCH SUBMITTED OR UNDER REVIEW
Steinmetz, K. F. & Kappeler, V. E. (submitted). Ideology through the looking glass: A call
for theoretical and philosophical clarity.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
Steinmetz, K. F. (in progress). Beyond the hack: A radical criminological perspective of
hacking <tentative title>. Book in progress. (Contract under NYU Press).
Steinmetz, K. F. (in progress). Danger and distortions: A Marxian analysis of hackers.
Steinmetz, K. F. (in progress). Perilous penology: Prison, punishment, and control in Silent
Hill.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Makashova, D. (in progress). The role of race in probation outcomes in a
Midwestern sample.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Nobles, M. R. (in progress). Criminological theory and technocrime
<tentative title>. Edited volume in progress. (Contract pending).
Steinmetz, K. F., Schaefer, B. P., & Henderson, H. (in progress). Criminal justice as
colonialism.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Koeppel, M. D. H. (in progress). Probation and colorism.
Steinmetz, K. F., Schaefer, B. P., & Green, E. W. (in progress). Ethnographic ennui: A
cultural criminological exploration of boredom.
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
Hackers
Critical criminology
Disciplinary disputes
Crimes of the elite
Social justice
Popular culture
Surveillance
Technology and social control
NON-REFEREED PRESENTATIONS
Steinmetz, K. F. (2014, November). Hacking as craft(y): An ethnographic exploration of
high-tech transgression. Presentation at the 2014 meeting of the American Society
of Criminology. San Francisco, CA.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2014, September). Technological tedium: Boredom, hacking, and popular
culture. Presentation at the 2014 International Crime, Media, & Popular Culture
Studies Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Kappeler, V. E. (2013, November). Ideology through the looking glass:
An examination of the use of ideology in criminal justice and criminology.
Presentation at the 2013 meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Atlanta,
GA.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Gerber, J. (2013, September). “It doesn’t have to be this way”: Hacker
perspectives on privacy. Presentation at the 2013 International Crime, Media, &
Popular Culture Studies Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
Steinmetz, K. F., Schaefer, B. P., del Carmen, R. V. (2013, March). Assessing the
boundaries between criminal justice and criminology. Presentation at the 2013
meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Dallas, TX.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (2013, March). Hip-hop explanations of crime.
Presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
Dallas, TX.
Rothe, D. L. & Steinmetz, K. F. (2012, November). WikiLeaks vs. goliath: Social harm and
the maintenance of state legitimacy, power, and control. Presentation at the 2012
meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Gerber, J. (2012, September). Hacker perspectives on government, law,
and law enforcement. Presentation at the 2012 International Crime, Media, &
Popular Culture Studies Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
Schaefer, B. P. & Steinmetz, K. F. (2012, September). Watching the watchers: The limits of
video-activism in the Internet age. Presentation at the 2012 International Crime,
Media, & Popular Culture Studies Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
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Steinmetz, K. F. (2011, November). WikiLeaks and realpolitik. Presentation at the 2011
meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Washington, D.C.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Henderson, H. (2011, September).“All they wanna do is cuff us”: Hip-hop
artist’s perceptions of criminal justice. Presentation at the 2011 International Crime,
Media, & Popular Culture Studies Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2011, March). Message received: Virtual ethnography of online
message boards in criminal justice and criminology. Presentation at the 2011 meeting
of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2010, November). Surrender ye booty! A virtual ethnographic study of
online piracy. Presentation at the 2010 meeting of the American Society of
Criminology. San Francisco, CA.
Schaefer, B., Steinmetz, K. F., Subjack, J., & Hill, J.B. (2010, November). Criminological and
criminal justice theorizing: A preliminary and content analysis. Presentation at the
2010 meeting of the American Society Criminology. San Francisco, CA.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2010, November). Muzzling the masses: The silencing of digital dissent.
Presentation at the 2010 meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San
Francisco, CA.
Steinmetz, K. F. & Schaefer, B. (2010, September). The deification of the search engine: A
Foucauldian perspective. Presentation at the 2010 International Crime, Media,&
Popular Culture Conference. Terra Haute, IN.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2010, February) The Internet and human rights. Presentation at the 2010
meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. San Diego, CA.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2010, February). Under the pixelated jolly roger: An ethnographic study of
online pirates. Presentation at 2010 meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice
Sciences. San Diego, CA.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2009, November). Corporate and government reactions to piracy: Threats
to net neutrality. Poster session presented at the 2009 meeting of the American
Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA.
ROUNDTABLES
Marijuana laws: Legalizing a crime. (2014, November). Moderated by Nancy E. Marion.
Roundtable at the 2014 meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San
Francisco, CA.
The need for crime, media and popular culture research in a mediated global society.
(2013, March). Moderated by F. T. Wilson. Roundtable at the 2013 meeting of the
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Dallas, TX.
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GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT
SOCIO 862 – Criminological Theory –Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social
Work, Kansas State University, Fall 2014.
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT
SOCIO 361 – Sociology of the Criminal Justice System – Department of Sociology,
Anthropology, and Social Work, Kansas State University, Spring 2015.
SOCIO 500-B – Crime, Criminal Justice, and Inequality – Department of Sociology,
Anthropology, and Social Work, Kansas State University, Fall 2014.
CRIJ 4385 – Crime, Justice, and Social Diversity – College of Criminal Justice, Sam
Houston State University. Fall 2012 semester – Spring 2014.
CRJ 331 - Perspectives on Crime and Delinquency - College of Justice and Safety, Eastern
Kentucky University. Co-Taught under Robin Haarr, Ph.D. Spring 2010 semester.
TEACHING INTERESTS
Criminological theory
Social diversity
Ethics
Research methods
Qualitative methods
Technocrime
INVITED LECTURES
Hip-hop and procedural justice: Hip-hop artists’ perceptions of criminal justice.
(2013, October 30). Lecture given in Dr. Danielle Boisvert’s CRIJ 5392 01 Survey of
Research Methods class.
Hip-hop and procedural justice: Hip-hop artists’ perceptions of criminal justice.
(2013, February 8). Lecture given in Olena Leipnik’s SOCI 1301 01 and 02 Principles
of Sociology classes.
The “open” internet and democracy. (2012, March 13). Lecture given in Dr. Deborah
Landry’s CRM 3317 B Crime and the Media class.
Internet as built environment. (2010, April). Lecture given in Edward Green’s class—CRJ
423: Crime as Built Environment.
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BROWN BAG LECTURES
Longmire, D., Schaefer, B., & Steinmetz, K. (2010, November). Reflections on the justice of
‘social sensors’: Toward a post-modern critique of surveillance criminology. Presented
to the faculty and students of the College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State
University.
MEDIA PUBLICATIONS
Steinmetz, K. F. (2014, December 15). On colonialism and prison reform: A reflection on
political economy and race. Uprooting Criminology. Retrieved from
http://uprootingcriminology.org/blogs/colonialism-prison-reform-reflectionpolitical-economy-race/.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2013, December 23). The dark specter of hegemony: Politics, morality,
and the Dark Knight Rises. Uprooting Criminology. Retrieved from
http://uprootingcriminology.org/blogs/dark-specter-hegemony-politics-moralitydark-knight-rises/.
Steinmetz, K. F. (2013, November 25). A critical criminology and criminal justice graduate
student survival guide. Uprooting Criminology. Retrieved from
http://uprootingcriminology.org/essays/critical-criminology-criminal-justicegraduate-student-survival-guide-kevin-f-steinmetz/.
SERVICE
Discipline:
Book review editor, Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, November
2011 – Present.
Contributor, Uprooting Criminology: A Reasoned Plot. 2013 – Present.
Election Committee, American Society of Criminology Division of Critical
Criminology. January 2015 – Present.
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, Kansas State University:
Member of Graduate Faculty, approved September 10th, 2014.
Member, Library Committee, Fall 2014 – Spring 2015.
Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Fall 2014 – Spring 2015.
Member, Undergraduate Graduation Committee, Fall 2014 – Spring 2015.
Facilitator, Graduate Publication Process Workshop, December 5th, 2014.
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College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University:
Service committee chair, College of Criminal Justice Graduate Student Organization,
May 2013 – October 2013.
Facilitator and organizer, Summer 2012 Writing Workshop, July 26th, 2012.
Co-Founder and facilitator, Critical Criminology on Tap. Graduate student group,
January 2011 – August 2012.
College of Justice and Safety, Eastern Kentucky University:
Member, Dept. of Criminal Justice and Police Studies Graduate Curriculum
Subcommittee, Eastern Kentucky University, October 2009 – May 2010.
Member, College of Justice and Safety Curriculum Committee, Eastern Kentucky
University, September 2009 – May 2010.
Secretary, Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association, Dept. of Criminal Justice
and Police Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, August 2009 – May 2010.
President, Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association, Dept. of Criminal Justice
and Police Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, May 2009 – August 2009.
Treasurer, Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association, Dept. of Criminal Justice
and Police Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, January 2009 – August
2009.
REVIEWER
Crime, Media, Culture
European Journal of Criminology
Journal of Criminal Justice
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology
Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal
GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES
Chair, Stanley (Adam) Veitch (D).
Committee Member, Scott Valesquez (D).
Committee Member, Ralph Dezago (D).
PANELS CHAIRED
Panel Session 5. (2013, September). International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies
Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
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Panel Session 4. (2012, September). International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies
Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
Panel Session 17 (2011, September). International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies
Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
Critical Criminological Perspectives on Technology, Biology and Crime, Session 258
(2010, November). American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA.
Panel Session 5 (2010, September). International Crime, Media & Popular Culture Studies
Conference, Terra Haute, IN.
Current Research on Digital Piracy, Event #354 (2010, February). Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.
WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
Active offender research: History, practice & prospects. Richard Wright, Ph.D., Volkan
Topalli, Ph.D., & Scott Jacques, Ph.D. Workshop at the Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, 2011.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Doctoral Summer Research Fellowship, Sam Houston State University, May 2013 –
October 2013. $6000.
Doctoral Summer Research Fellowship, Sam Houston State University, May 2012 –
October 2012. $6000.
Doctoral Summer Research Fellowship, Sam Houston State University, May 2011 –
October 2011. $6000.
Outstanding Graduate Student, Eastern Kentucky University, Dept. of Criminal Justice,
presented April 2010.
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REFERENCES
Jurg Gerber, Ph.D.
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
P.O. Box 2296; 816 17th St.
Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
Work: (936) 294-3172
E-mail: [email protected]
Howard Henderson, Ph.D.
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
P.O. Box 2296; 816 17th St.
Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
Work: (936) 294-3633
E-mail: [email protected]
Dennis Longmire, Ph.D.
College of Criminal Justice
Sam Houston State University
P.O. Box 2296
Huntsville, TX 77341-2296
Work: (936)294-1651
E-mail: [email protected]
Franklin T. Wilson, Ph.D.
Dept. of Criminology & Criminal Justice
Holmstedt Hall 230
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Work: (812) 237-2199
E-mail: [email protected]
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