Karen G. Weiss

Karen G. Weiss is associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at West Virginia University where she teaches courses in victimology, criminology, and research methods. She is author of Party School: Crime, Campus and Community (Northeastern University Press, 2013) and various journal articles on interpersonal violence that appear in interdisciplinary journals, including Social Currents, Theoretical Criminology, Violence Against Women, and Feminist Criminology. Her current research focuses on guardianship and crime witnessing in the digital age. Weiss is a 2004 dissertation fellow of the SSRC’s Sexuality Research Fellowship Program.

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