Oral Robertson

Oral Robertson

Associate Professor
College of Liberal Arts
Department of Criminal Justice
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

2022 Submissions

Journal Paper

McQuiller-Williams, Laverne, Judy Porter, and O. Nicholas Robertson. "Dating Violence Perpetration among College Students: The Effects of Child Maltreatment and Auditory Status." Athens: ATINER’s Conference Paper Series. (2022): 1 - 19. Web. *

2021 Submissions

Journal Paper

McQuiller-Williams, Laverne, Judy Porter, and O. Nicholas Robertson. "Exposure to Childhood Maltreatment as Related to Adult Intimate Partner Victimization among College Students: The Contribution of Childhood Polyvictimization." Psychology 12. (2021): 25 - 42. Web. *

Smith, Tony R., et al. "An Integrative Assessment of Self‑Control, Deviant Friendships, and Fraudulent Behavior." American Journal of Criminal Justice. (2021): 1 - 21. Print. *

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Robertson, O. Nicholas and Robert M Adelman. "Race, Ethnicity, and the American Criminal Justice System: The Perceptions and Experiences of West Indian Men." Race and Justice: An International Journal 9. 4 (2019): 434-453. Print. *

2017 Submissions

Book Chapter

Robertson, O. Nicholas. "The Myth of Immigrant Criminality: Early Twentieth-Century Sociological Theory and Trump’s Campaign." Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Historicizing the 2016 Presidential Election. Ed. Christine Kray, Hinda Mandell, and Tamar Carroll. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2017. 74-87. Print. £

2014 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Robertson, O. Nick. "The Impact of Incarceration on Communities." Presentation for Professional Development to Teachers, Social Workers, and Administrators, for the Rochester City School District. Rochester City School District. Rochester, NY. 25 Feb. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Robertson, O. Nick. "Power to the Peoples of Color: Challenges and Triumphs of the Professional World." II First World Diasporas of Color Undergraduate Conference: Globalizing Identities and Migration across Diasporas. SUNY Geneseo. Geneseo, NY. 1 Apr. 2014. Conference Presentation. *