Thomas S. Mosley, Ph.D.


  • THOMAS S. MOSLEY, Ph.D.

    tsmosley@umes.edu
    410-651-6580

     POSITION:
    Associate Professor

    EDUCATION:
    Ph.D., 1997 Sociology (Race and Ethnic Relations), Howard University Dissertation: The Impact of Technology on the Economic Status of African Americans During the Periods of Post Industrial Capitalism and High Tech Global Capitalism, 1950-1990

    M.A., 1986, Sociology, University of Memphis

    B.A., 1982, Journalism, University of Memphis

    RESEARCH INTERESTS: 
    Racial Inequality; Fairness in Sentencing (e.g., the Death Penalty); The Prison Industrial Complex (e.g., Privatization of Prisons); and African Americans and the Criminal Justice System

    PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS:
    "Underdevelopment in the U.S. Labor Market: The Case of the African American Female." Urban League Review. Winter, 1990.

    A Review of Globalization from Below: The Power of Solidarity, by Jeremy Brecher, Tim Costello, and Brendan Smith. Cambridge , MA : South End Press, 2000.

    A Review of Counter-Colonial Criminology: A Critique of Imperialist Reason, by Biko Agozino.London : Pluto Press, 2003.

    2005. “Aryan Nations.” Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities.  Vol. 1, 41-43. March (2005).

    2005. Benin. Global Perspectives on the United States: A Nation by Nation Survey (June 2005).

    2005. The Police in Kenya: A History. The World Police Encyclopedia (September 2005).

    2005. The Police in Democratic Republic of the Congo. The World Police Encyclopedia (September 2005).

    2007. Guinea-Bissau. Global Perspectives on the United States: A Nation by Nation Survey. Vol. 1, 271-273. (February 2007).

    2007. Niger. Global Perspectives on the United States: A Nation by Nation Survey. Vol. 2, 453-457. (February 2007).

    PRFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
    Member, American Sociological Association (ASA, Race & Ethnic Relations section)

    Member, Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP)

    Member, American Society of Criminology (ASC)

    Academy of Criminal Justices Sciences (ACJS).

    SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
    Member, SAP Faculty Development Committee (School of Education, Social Sciences, and The Arts)

    Member, Student Retention (USM Advising Action Plan) Committee

    Retention Advisor, Department of Criminal Justice

    Criminal Justice Graduate Assistantship Committee

    Criminal Justice Undergraduate Scholarship Committee

    Criminal Justice Comprehensive Examination Committee