SEPADPod: Staci Strobl

21st Jan 2019 by Simon Mabon

On this episode of SEPADPod, Simon speaks with Staci Strobl, Associate Professor in Criminal Justice at University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
Strobl is the author of peer-review journal articles on policing, gender, and sect identity in the Arabian/Persian Gulf including the fantastic
Sectarian Order in Bahrain: The Social and Colonial Origins of Criminal Justice. Over the course of the podcast, Staci talks us through her book and the approach behind it, in the process revealing the way in which (Critical) Criminology can help us better understand sectarianism in Bahrain.