Dr Martin Urbina
Professor of Criminal Justice
RGC Natural & Behavioral Sciences
Office: Del Rio 201
Address: 205 Wildcat Dr., Del Rio, TX 78840
Dr. Martin Guevara Urbina is author, coauthor, or editor of over 60 scholarly publications on a wide range of topics, including several academic books: Immigration and the Law: Race, Citizenship, and Social Control Over Time (forthcoming); Hispanics and the American Criminal Justice System: A Critical Reader on the Latino Experience (2017); Latino Access to Higher Education: Ethnic Realities and New Directions for the Twenty-First Century (2016); Latino Police Officers in the United States: An Examination of Emerging Trends and Issues (2015); Twenty-First Century Dynamics of Multiculturalism: Beyond Post-Racial America (2014); Ethnic Realities of Mexican Americans: From Colonialism to 21st Century Globalization (2014); Capital Punishment in America: Race and the Death Penalty Over Time (2012); Hispanics in the U.S. Criminal Justice System: The New American Demography (2012); A Comprehensive Study of Female Offenders: Life Before, During, and After Incarceration (2008); and Capital Punishment and Latino Offenders: Racial and Ethnic Differences in Death Sentences (2003, 2011). Currently, Urbina is working on three new academic books: Making Sense of the American Juvenile Justice System; Latinos and the U.S. Legal System: Laws that Wound—A Call for a Balanced System; and The Color of Justice—The Price of Injustice: Racism in the Age of Colorblindness. His work has been published in national and international academic journals, to include Justice Quarterly; Critical Criminology; Social Justice; Latino Studies; and Criminal Law Bulletin. For a complete list of Urbina’s research and publications, please visit his website.