Editorial Board Member of …Qualitative…Criminology
Affiliation | Sam Houston State University
Email | [email protected]
Twitter | @erynnicoleoneal
Topic | Institutional responses to gender-based crimes; policing and prosecuting sexual assault; critical, feminist, and queer criminology; campus climate
Method | Semi-structured interviewing; content analysis; grounded theory; mixed-methods
Bio | Eryn Nicole O’Neal (she/her/hers) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Sam Houston State University (SHSU). Her research focuses on sexual assault case processing and has appeared in a variety of well-respected mainstream and specialty journals including Justice Quarterly, Violence Against Women, Crime & Delinquency, and Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Eryn was recently elected as an executive counselor for the American Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime and she has received six national awards for her research contributions to the discipline. In addition to her national awards, Eryn received the 2019 Outstanding Faculty Award in research from the College of Criminal Justice at SHSU and the 2020 Alumni Scholar Award from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. Eryn has also published creative works in various literary magazines; her recent work appears in High Shelf, Defunkt Magazine, Glass Mountain Magazine, and DUM DUM. She was the 2019 recipient of the Lillie Robertson Prize for her work of creative nonfiction "Rape Cris-ish," a satirical piece that highlights problematic societal and institutional responses to sexual violence. Her bookette, “Essential Oils to Destroy the Patriarchy: Remedies Formulated for Modern Women (& 1000-Year-Old Witches)” was published in 2020 by Microcosm Publishing.