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Favian Alejandro Guertin-MartínArcadia UniversityDepartment of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice331 Easton Hall450 South Easton RoadGlenside, PA 19038(215) 572-2919 (O)[email protected](267) 620-4780 (F)EDUCATIONPh.D. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 2013Old Dominion UniversityDissertation Title: Rez Realities: Exploring Perceptions of Crime and Justice AmongTribal Police Officers in Indian CountryCommittee: Mona J. E. Danner (chair), Travis Linnemann, Scott Maggard, Jeffrey IanRoss (external member)M.A. Criminal Justice, 2009Pennsylvania State University, HarrisburgThesis Title: Shape Shifters: Reshaping Native American Law Enforcement and VictimServicesShaun L. Gabbidon (chair), Donald Hummer, and M.A. Dupont-MoralesB.S. Criminal Justice, 2007Pennsylvania State University, HarrisburgRESEARCH INTERESTS Race and CrimeIndigenous Social ProblemsImmigration and CrimeWrongful ConvictionsHate CrimesACADEMIC POSITIONSAssistant Professor – Arcadia UniversityDepartment of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice2013 – PresentTeaching Assistant/Instructor – Old Dominion UniversityDepartment of Sociology and Criminal Justice2009 - 20131

TEACHING EXPERIENCEUndergraduate Courses: Blacks, Crime, and JusticeCrime and PunishmentCrimes of the Powerful and Privilege (White Collar Crime)Criminal Justice SystemCriminal Justice in South AfricaHate CrimesIntroduction to CriminologyRace, Crime, and JusticeResearch Methods for Criminology and Criminal JusticeTheories of Deviance and CriminalityVictimologyPROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Society of CriminologyEuropean Society of CriminologyAcademy of Criminal Justice SciencesSouthern Criminal Justice AssociationAWARDSFaculty Development Grant, 2016 (Construct a Victimology Minor at the University of the FreeState inFaculty Development Grant, 2013 (Participation in the Post-Graduate Course in Victimology,Victim Assistance, and Criminal Justice in Dubrovnik, Croatia)American Society of Criminology’s Division on People of Color and Crime Outstanding StudentAward, 2012Graduate Student Travel Award, Old Dominion University, 2011Student Scholarship Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2010Affirmative Action Student Scholarship Award, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2010Outstanding Researcher Award, Old Dominion Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice,2010Graduate Assistantship, Old Dominion University, 2009-2012Graduate Research Assistantship, Penn State University, 2006-20082

FUNDINGAssociation of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice ProfessionalDevelopment Funding Grant ( 3,000) for dissertation funding.Martín, Favian A., Jesse McKee and Mona Danner. “A Difference of Opinion: A Survey of OneTribe’s Problems as Perceived by Tribal Law Enforcement Officials and Tribal Court Personnel”study conducted with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina. Old DominionUniversity College of Arts and Letters ( 1,000).The 3rd African Postgraduate Course of Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice,Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Johannesburg, South Africa October 1-9, 2011.( 500)PUBLICATIONS, PEER REVIEWEDMartín, Favian A. and Danner, Mona J.E. (forthcoming) “Elusive Justice: Tribal PoliceOfficers’ Perception of Justice in an American Indian Community.” ContemporaryJustice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice.Martín, Favian A. and Danner, Mona J.E. (2016) “Crime and Victimization among AmericanIndians: One Community’s Perception of Violence and Victim and Social Services.”Canadian Journal of Native Studies.Nelson, M. S., Wooditch, A., Martín, F. A., Hummer, D., & Gabbidon, S. L. (2015). HateCrimes in Post-9/11 Pennsylvania Case Characteristics and Police responserevisited. Race and Justice: An International JournalMartín, Favian A. (2014). The Coverage of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in CriminalJustice and Criminology Introductory Textbooks. Critical Criminology, 22(2), 237-256.Collins, V. E., Farrell, A. L., McKee, J. R., Martín, Favian A., & Monk-Turner, E. (2011). TheState of Coverage: The Media’s Representation of International Issues and StateCrime. International Criminal Justice Review, 21(1), 5-21.Gabbidon, S. L., Higgins, G. E., Martín, Favian A., Nelson, M., & Brown, J. (2011). Anexploratory analysis of federal litigation in the United States challenging assetforfeiture. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22(1), 50-64.Gabbidon, S. L., & Martín, Favian A. (2010). An Era‐Based Exploration of the MostSignificant Books in Criminology/Criminal Justice: A Research Note. Journal ofCriminal Justice Education, 21(3), 348-369.Gabbidon, S. L., Higgins, G., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). Press Rankings inCriminology/Criminal Justice: A Preliminary Assessment of Book Publisher Quality.3

Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 21(3), 229-244.Higgins, G. E., Gabbidon, S. L., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). The role of race/ethnicity andrace relations on public opinion related to the immigration and crime link. Journal ofCriminal Justice, 38(1), 51-56.Gabbidon, S. L., Higgins, G. E., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). Moving through the FacultyRanks: An Exploratory Study on the Perceived Importance of Book Publishing andPublishing in Peer‐Reviewed Journals in Criminology/Criminal Justice. Journal ofCriminal Justice Education, 22(2), 165-180.PUBLICATIONS, BOOK CHAPTERSMartín, Favian A. (2016). American Indian Graffiti in Routledge Handbook of Graffiti andStreet Art (Routledge International Handbooks) edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. RoutledgePublications.Martín, Favian A. (2014). American Indian and Native Alaskan Juvenile Delinquents. InAmerican Indians at Risk edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. ABC-CLIO Publications.Martín, Favian A. (2014). American Indian and Native Alaskan Mental Health Issues. InAmerican Indians at Risk edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. ABC-CLIO Publications.PUBLICATIONS, ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIESMartín, Favian A. (2009). Bureau of Indian Affairs. In Encyclopedia of Race and Crime editedby Helen Taylor Greene and Shaun Gabbidon. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publication.PUBLICATIONS, UNDER REVIEWMartín, Favian A., and Danner, Mona J.E., “Elusive Justice: Tribal Police Officers' Perceptionof Justice in an American Indian Community.” Under review at Contemporary JusticeReview: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice. Status: Revise andResubmit (1/15/2016)RESEARCH IN PROGRESSMartín, Favian A. “Rez Realities: The Perceptions of Crime and Violence Among Tribal PoliceOfficers in Indian Country.” Target Journal: Policing & Society.4

Martín, Favian A. “Beyond the City and Into the Indian Reservation: The Militarization ofAmerican Indian Police Departments.” Target Journal: Critical Criminology: AnInternational Journal.Martín, Favian A. “Achieving Social Justice through Painting: American Indian Street Art.”Target Journal: Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World OrderMartín, Favian A., and Danner, Mona J.E., “Helping to Understand: Using the Film The Helpto Illustrate Massey’s Theory of Social Stratification for College Students.” TargetJournal: Teaching Sociology.SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONSNoakes, John, Anne Mahar, & Martín, Favian A. (2016) “Policing Protests at the 2016Republican and Democratic National Conventions” Will be presented at the annualmeeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana.Martín, Favian A. (2015) “Beyond the City and Into the Indian Reservation: The Militarizationof American Indian Police Departments.” Presented at the annual meeting of theAmerican Society of Criminology, Washington D.C.Brennan, Shawn & Martín, Favian A. (2014) “Getting Paid: Compensation for WrongfulConviction.” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology,Washington D.C*Brennan, Shawn & Martín, Favian A. (2014) “Overcoming the Prison Experience: Exonereesand Transition into the Community.” Presented at the annual meeting of the AmericanSociety of Criminology, Washington D.C*Danta, Allison & Martín, Favian A. “Getting them Ready: Exploring the Perceptions ofRehabilitation among Federal Prison Personnel.” Presented at the annual meeting of theAmerican Society of Criminology, Washington D.C*Martín, Favian A. (2014) “The American Homo Sacer: American Indians and Bare Life.”Presented at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California.Martín, Favian A., Lantzy, Ryan, McMahon, Casey, Sawyer, Viola, & Delgado, Juan. (2014)“Weeding Through Criminology: Utilizing the TV Show “Weeds” as a CriminologicalTheory Teaching Tool.” Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.*Martín, Favian A., & Wooditch, A., (February 2014) “Crossing Borders: A Longitudinal Studyon Immigration Trends, 2001-2013.” Will be presented at the Academy of CriminalJustice Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.5

Martín, Favian A., (November 2013). “Code of the Rez: The Symbolic Power of PolicingWithin American Indian Tribal Communities.” American Society of Criminology,Atlanta, Georgia.Martín, Favian A., (November 2012). “Rez Realities: Explaining Crime, Violence and Justicein Indian Country Using Jock Young’s Bulimic Society Perspective.” American Societyof Criminology, Chicago, Illinois.Martín, Favian A., (September 2012). “Will the Circle be Unbroken?: The State of RestorativeJustice among American Indians and Native Alaskans.” European Society ofCriminology, Bilbao, Spain.Martín, Favian A., McKee, Jesse, Danner, Mona J.E. and Maggard, Scott. (November 2011).“Crime and Victimization in Indian Country: A Pilot Study of Tribal Judges.” AmericanSociety of Criminology, Washington D.C.Martín, Favian A. and Lee, Annie. (September 2011). “Being Left Out? The Coverage ofLatinos in Criminal Justice and Criminology Textbooks.” Southern Criminal JusticeAssociation, Nashville TN.Martín, Favian A., Danner, Mona J.E. and McKee, Jesse. (November 2010). “One Tribe’sCrime Problems: A Survey of Tribal Law Enforcement Officials, Clinicians and Judges.”American Society of Criminology: San Francisco, CA.Collins, Victoria., Farrell, Amanda., McKee, Jesse R., Martín, Favian A. and Monk-Turner,Elizabeth. (October 2010). “The State of Coverage: The Media's Representation ofInternational Issues and State Crime.” Southern Criminal Justice Association,Clearwater, FL.Martín, Favian A. (February 2010). “Vision Quest: A Tribal Community’s Perception onViolence and Social Services.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.Gabbidon, Shaun. L. and Martín, Favian A. (November 2009). "Moving through the facultyranks: An Exploratory study on the perceived importance of book publishing andpublishing in peer-reviewed journals in criminology/criminal justice" has beensuccessfully.” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.Martín, Favian A. (March 2009). “Native Americans and a Sense of Community: A PublicPolicy Perspective.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.Martín, Favian A., Brown, Jimmy W. and Gabbidon, Shaun L. (March 2009). “I want myassets back!” An Exploratory Analysis of Federal Litigation Challenging AssetForfeiture.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.6

DuPont-Morales, M.A., Hummer, Don., Lee, Joon-Yeup, Martín, Favian A. and Wooditch,Alese. C. (March 2009). “Behavior, Exposure, Crime and Victimization: SpecificExamples of Policy and Failure.” Roundtable discussion at Academy of Criminal JusticeSciences, Boston, MA.Martín, Favian A. (March 2009). “El Trueno – The Thunder – The Impact of SpanishColonialism on the Victimization of Native Americans.” Academy of Criminal JusticeSciences, Boston, MA.Martín, Favian A. and Wooditch, Alese C. (March 2008). “A Colorblind Criminal JusticeSystem: An Assessment of Racial Profiling and the Criminal Justice System.” Academyof Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.INVITED SPEAKING EVENTSTribal Social Justice: Using American Indian Street Art and Murals” Faculty to FacultySymposium, Arcadia University, April 6, 2016.“Achieving Social Justice: Exploring Indigenous Street Art and Murals” University of the FreeState, Bloemfontein, South Africa, February 25, 2016.“Miscarriages of Justice: Wrongful Convictions in the United States” (Co-presentation withShawn Brennan) University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa, February 22,2016.*“Difference Between Rioting, Civil Disobedience, and Insurrection” Black Lives MatterSymposium: Navigating the New Normal, Arcadia University, October 3, 2015.“Teaching the Crisis? Ferguson, Long Island and the Classroom” Faculty-to-FacultySymposium. Arcadia University, March 2, 2015.The 29th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and CriminalJustice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia May 12 – May 25,2013.The 30th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and CriminalJustice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia May 12 – May 25,2014.*Denotes research collaborations with Arcadia University students7

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOPDisproportionate Minority Contact Workshop: Youth/Law Enforcement Panel, Sponsored by theMontgomery County Public Defender’s Office, Arcadia University, August 19 – 20, 2015.The 3rd African Postgraduate Course of Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice,Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Johannesburg, South Africa October 19, 2011The 28th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and CriminalJustice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia April 30 – May12, 2012PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Communication Director, American Society of Criminology’s Division on CriticalCriminology, 2014 – present Manuscript Referee for Journal(s):Journal of Criminal Justice Education & Race and Justice: An International Journal, Manuscript Referee for Publisher(s):Oxford UniversityUNIVERSITY SERVICE Extended Review Board Member, The Compass, 2015 – present Faculty Advisor, Criminal Justice Society – Arcadia University Student Organization,2013-present Search Committee Member for the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and CriminalJustice, 2015 Search Committee Member for the Department of Historical and Political Studies, 20168

REFERENCESMona J.E. Danner, PhDProfessor of Sociology and Criminal JusticeOld Dominion UniversityDepartment of Sociology and Criminal JusticeNorfolk, VA 23529(757) [email protected] L. Gabbidon, PhDDistinguished Professor of Criminal JusticePenn State Capital College777 West Harrisburg PikeMiddletown, PA 17057(717) [email protected] Rothe, PhDAssociate Professor of Sociology and Criminal JusticeOld Dominion UniversityDepartment of Sociology andNorfolk, VA 23529(757) [email protected] Ian Ross, PhDProfessor of Criminal JusticeSchool of Criminal JusticeCollege of Public AffairUniversity of Baltimore1420 North Charles StreetBaltimore, MD 21201(410) [email protected] on June 13, 20169

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice 331 Easton Hall 450 South Easton Road Glenside, PA 19038 (215) 572-2919 (O) [email protected] (267) 620-4780 (F) EDUCATION Ph.D. Criminology & Criminal Justic