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Noah Painter-Davis

Assistant Professor

Photo: Noah Painter-Davis
SSCI 1080


Ph.D 2013, Pennsylvania State University

Research Interests

Crime, Law, and Social Control , Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnic Differences in Crime and Punishment , Demography and Crime , Courts and Sentencing

Recent/Select Publications:

Painter-Davis, Noah. 2015. Forthcoming. “Immigration Effects on Violence Contextualized: The Role of Immigrant Destination Type and Race/Ethnicity.” Sociological Perspectives.

Steffensmeier, Darrell, Casey T. Harris, and Noah Painter-Davis.  Forthcoming.  “Gender and Arrests for Larceny, Fraud, Forgery, Larceny, and Embezzlement: Conventional or Occupational Property Crime Offenders?” Journal of Criminal Justice

Ulmer, Jeffrey T., Noah Painter-Davis, and Leigh Tinik.  Forthcoming.  “Disproportionate Imprisonment of Black and Hispanic Males:  Sentencing Discretion, Processing Outcomes, and Policy Structures.”  Justice Quarterly.

Harris, Casey, Jeff Gruenewald, and Noah Painter-Davis.  Forthcoming.  March, 2015.  “Hispanic Immigration and Black Violence at the Macro-Level:  Examining the Conditioning Effect of Victim Race/Ethnicity.”  Sociological Forum.

Painter-Davis, Noah. 2012. “Structural Disadvantage and American Indian Homicide and Robbery Offending” Homicide Studies. 3: 219-237.

Felson, Richard, Patrick Cundiff, and Noah Painter-Davis. 2012. “Age and Sexual Assault in Correctional Facilities A Blocked Opportunity Approach” Criminology.50: 887-911.

JFelson, Richard, and Noah Painter-Davis. 2012. “Another Cost of Being a Young Black Male: Race, Weaponry, and Lethal Outcomes in Assaults.” Social Science Research.5:1241-1253

Harris, Casey T., Darrell Steffensmeier, Jeffery T. Ulmer, and Noah Painter-Davis. 2009. “Are Blacks and Hispanics Disproportionately Incarcerated Relative to Their Arrests? Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality Between Arrest and Incarceration.” Race and Social Problems 1:187-199.