Carol E. Bohmer
Visiting Associate Professor
- B.A., LL.B., LL.M. (Hons.) Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Dip. Crim. Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University
- Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
Book: Rejecting Refugees: Asylum in the US and the UK in the 21st Century. with Amy Shuman ( New York, NY: Routledge, 2007).
Book: The Wages of Seeking Help: Sexual Exploitation by Professionals. (Westport, CT: Praeger Press, 2000.)
Book: Sexual Assault on Campus: The Problem and the Solution. with Andrea Parrot. (New York: Lexington Press, 1993.)
"Asylees and Refugees: A Comparative Examination of Problems of Integration" in Managing Ethnic Diversity after 9-11: Internal Security and Civil Liberties in Transatlantic Perspective, ed. Ariane Chebel d¹Appollonia and Simon Reich. (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2010).
2009 - "Asylees and Refugees; follow up" paper resented at workshop Integration and Security: Muslim Minorities and Public Policy in Europe and the United States. CEVIPOP, Sciences Po, Paris March 19.
2009 - "Legal and Cultural Frameworks for Understanding Documentation in the Political Asylum Process" with Amy Shuman, paper presented at the 50th Annual International Studies Association, New York City February 15-18.
2008 - "The Political and Cultural Production of Identity in the Political Asylum Process" with Amy Shuman. Presented at the Law and Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, May.
2008 - "Asylees and Refugees: A Comparative Examination of Problems of Integration." At workshop Rethinking Integration: The Transatlantic Challenges of Migration and Ethnic Groupness in Contemporary Democracies Fondation National Des Sciences Politiques. Paris, France. May.
2006 - "The Personal and the Political in Determining Asylum Claims" with Amy Shuman, presented at the International Society of Political Psychology, Barcelona, Spain, July.
2005 - "Interrogation and Narative Regulatory Practices in the Political Asylum Process," with Amy Shuman, presented at the American Folklore Society Meetings, Atlanta, GA., October 21.
2004 - "Trauma and Forgetting: Producing Epistemologies of Ignorance in the Political Asylum Application Process" with Amy Shuman, presented at the International Society of Political Psychology, Lund, Sweden, July.
2002 - "The Asylum Application Process: Framing Narratives for the Immigration and Naturalization Service," with Amy Shuman, presented at the Law and Society Meetings, Vancouver, Canada, May 30-June 1.
2002 - "Asylum Bureaucracy and Discourse," presented at the International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA. March 23-27.
2001 - "Style and Self Representation in Refugees' Asylum Applications." with Amy Shuman, presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Folklore Society, Anchorage, AK, October 17-21.
1999 - "Getting Redress Through Regulatory Complaints: The Case of Professional Sexual Misconduct," presented at the 25th Annual Meeting, International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Siena, Italy, July 12-14.
1999 - "The Language of Advocacy in Domestic Violence" presented to Law and Society Meetings, Chicago, IL. May 27-30, 1999.
1997 - "How Laws are Passed When Few Care: Criminalization of Therapist/Patient Sex." presented at the Law and Society Meetings, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1.
1996 - "Working in the Shadow of the Law: Legal Issues in Campus Sexual Assault." Keynote Address at New England College Sexual Assault Network, Cambridge, MA, May, 1996.
1995 - "Regulating Professional Sexual Misconduct: Does it Work and How Can You Tell?" presented at the Law and Society Meetings, Toronto, Canada, June 1-4.