Dr. Anne-Marie Singh is an Associate Professor. She has an inter-disciplinary and international education with a Master of Arts in Criminology from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of London. She teaches undergraduate courses on crime and criminal justice, ‘Race, Ethnicity and Justice’ and ‘Criminological Theories’, and has supervised graduate students in related fields. Her research interests concern contemporary social and political theory, moral philosophy, policing and governance. She has published a number of journal publications and two books on these areas.
Kempa, Michael and Anne-Marie Singh. (2008). “Private Security, Political Economy and the Policing of Race: Probing Global Hypotheses Through the Case of South Africa”. Theoretical Criminology, 12(3): 333-54.
O’Neill, Megan, Monique Marks and Anne-Marie Singh (eds.). (2007). Police Occupational Cultures: New Debates and Directions. UK: Elsevier JAI Press.
Singh, Anne-Marie (2008). Policing, Crime and Coercion: Crime Control in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Singh, Anne-Marie (2005a). "Some Critical Reflections on the Governance of Crime in Post-Apartheid South Africa." In J. Sheptycki and Ali Wardak (eds.), Transnational and Comparative Criminology. London: Glass House Press.
Singh, Anne-Marie (2005b). "Private Security, Crime Control and the Coercion of Bodies." Theoretical Criminology, 9 (2): 153-174.