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About Us

Crimcast is devoted to conversations about criminology and criminal justice issues that are critical, yet accessible to the academic, student, criminal justice practitioner, and lay person alike. We provide information about programs, conferences, guest speakers, and events hosted at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY.

Follow us for updated information about the college’s Post-Prison Program which offers extensive academic, scholarship, and mentoring support to formerly incarcerated men and women within a rigorous college program. 

Crimcast is sponsored by the Center for Crime & Popular Culture at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York. The Center serves those interested in issues pertaining to the intersection of crime, social control, and popular culture. We are committed to engaging students and fostering critical thinking about how images of crime and justice permeate our daily lives. The Center hosts special events, lectures, and guest speakers on the St. Francis College campus, each geared toward understanding the production of popular culture and how cultural artifacts shape and reflect public attitudes toward offenders, victims, and the operations of the criminal justice system.

Check out our site, follow us on Twitter, and drop in often for updated events and information. 

* Opinions expressed on Crimcast are solely our own.

Nickie Phillips

is a professor in the Sociology and Criminal Justice department at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY. She is the director of the Center for Crime and Popular Culture.

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Emily Horowitz

is a professor in the Sociology and Criminal Justice department at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY. She is founder of the SFC Post-Prison Program.