Edna Erez, PhD
Criminology, Law, and Justice
Building & Room:
1007 W Harrison St.
- Erez, E and Laster K (eds) (2000) Domestic Violence: Global Perspectives. London: AB Publications.
- Erez, E., Kilchling, M. and Wemmers J.(eds)(2011) Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Victim. Participation in Justice: International Perspectives Carolina Academic Press.
- Edna Erez (1999) Who is afraid of the big bad victim: Victim impact statements as victim empowerment and enhancement of justice, Criminal Law Review, (July): 545-556.
- Edna Erez and Shayna Bach (2003) Immigration, Domestic violence and the Military: The Case of ‘Military Brides’ Violence Against Women, 9(9): 1093-1117.
- Edna Erez and Peter R. Ibarra (2007) Making your home a shelter: Electronic monitoring and victim re-entry in domestic violence cases. British Journal of criminology, 47(1):100-120
- Edna Erez, Madelaine Adelman and Carol Gregory (2009) Intersections of immigration and domestic violence: Voices of battered immigrant women. Feminist Criminology, 4(1): 32-56
- Paul Cassell and Edna Erez (2011) Victim Impact Statements and Ancillary Harm: The American Perspective. Canadian Law Review, 15(2): 150-204
- Kathy Laster and Edna Erez (2015) Sisters in terrorism? Exploding stereotypes. Women & Criminal Justice, 25 (1/2): 83-99
- Julie Globokar and Edna Erez (2019) Conscience and convenience: American victim work in organizational context. International Review of Victimology, 25 (3): 341–357
LL.B. Hebrew University of Jerusalem
M.A. Criminology, University of Pennsylvania
Ph. D. University of Pennsylvania