Donald E. Green
Associate Professor of Sociology and Department Chair
Office: Northwest Quadrant–Building B, Room 7432
(Will be Bolton Hall, Room 714C)
Phone: (414) 229-4259
Fall Office Hours: Tues/Thurs 2:00-3:00 and by appointment
Winter Break Office Hours (12/13/2013–01/20/2014): By appointment
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Areas of Specialization:
Criminology; Delinquency; Social Control; The Native American Experience
Sociol 241-201: Criminology
Sociol 241-201: Criminology (pdf)
Sociol 241-211: Criminology (pdf)
Syllabi from Recently Taught Courses
Sociol 241-201: Criminology Winterim 2012 (pdf)
Sociol/AIS 320-001: Social Change in American Indian Society Fall 2011 (pdf)
Sociol 321-001: Contemporary Issues of the American Indian Spring 2011 (pdf)
Forthcoming Co-Editor of Special Volume, "Native Americans and the Criminal Justice System." The Justice Professional.2000 "The Contextual Nature of American Indian Criminality." Reprinted in Crime, Criminology, and Criminal Justice. David V. Baker and Richard P. Davin (eds.) Duskin.
1999 "American Indians." in The Minority Report. Anthony Gary Dworkin and Rosalind J. Dworkin (eds.) Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Inc.
1999 "The Contextual Nature of American Indian Criminality." Reprinted in Contemporary Native American Political Issues. Troy R. Johnson, (ed.) AltaMira Press.
1998 "Racial Inequality in the Criminal Justice System," in Ethnicity in the United States: An Institutional Approach. William Velez (ed.). Dix Hills, N.Y.: General Hall, Inc.