Dr. Izarali’s research interests are in the areas of globalization, the Caribbean, Africa, South Asia, human rights theory, and global terrorism and security.
Dr. Izarali has provided research assistantship to students over the last few years, through the university’s work-study program and the Tshepo Institute for the Study of Contemporary Africa.
Book Chapter Forthcoming
CC613 - Global Proliferation of Terrorism
CC609 - Crimes of Globalization
CC415 - Analyzing Issues in Policing
CC404 - Penology
CC499 - Contested Issues in the Justice System
CC308 - Corporate Deviance & Crime
CC312 - Madness, Pollution, and Crime
CC306 - Global Justice
CT324 - Other World Views
CC290 - Theories of Crime I
CC209 - Global Terrorism and Security
CC201 - Criminology and Contemporary Issues
CC291 - Introduction to Policing
PP213 - Legal Philosophy
PP201 - Reasoning and Argumentation
PP247 - Business Ethics
PP111 - Knowledge and Reality
CC100 - Introduction to Criminology
*Note: "CC" above denotes criminology courses, "PP" denotes philosophy courses, and "CT" denotes contemporary studies courses.
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