Favian Guertin-Martin

Associate Professor, Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice

Easton Hall (215) 572-2919

About Me

Favian Alejandro Guertin-Martín  primary research interests focuses race and crime related issues, particularly involving American Indians.  He began teaching at Arcadia in 2013 after completing a PhD at Old Dominion University.  His current research focuses corporate crime within the beer industry. Additionally, he is assisting the Pennsylvania Innocence Project with a series of research projects.  Guertin-Martín teaches courses on race, crime and justice; victimology; hate crimes; and criminology.  Professor Guertin-Martín's research interests are in the areas of race and crime, immigration, hate crimes, wrongful convictions, and social justice. He has presented his research in several countries such as Croatia, Spain, and South Africa.

Dr. Guertin-Martín also serves as the faculty advisor for the Criminal Justice Society. 

Areas Of Focus

Race & Crime; Hate Crimes; Wrongful Convictions; Restorative Justice; White Collar Crimes; Social Justice

Hometown
Harleysville, PA

Home Country
United States

Education History

Pennsylvania State University

Bachelor of Science, Major in Criminal Justice

Pennsylvania State University

Master of Arts, Major in Criminal Justice

Old Dominion University

PhD, Major in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Research Summary

Publications, Peer Reviewed:

Martín, Favian A. and Danner, Mona J.E. (forthcoming) “Elusive Justice: Tribal Police Officers’ Perception of Justice in an American Indian Community.” Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice. 

Martín, Favian Alejandro and Mona J.E. Danner (2016). Crime and Victimization among American Indians: One Community’s Perception of Crime, Violence, and Social Services. Canadian Journal of Native Studies.

Nelson, M. S., Wooditch, A., Martín, F. A., Hummer, D., & Gabbidon, S. L. (2015). Hate Crimes in Post-9/11 Pennsylvania Case Characteristics and Police response revisited. Race and Justice: An International Journal

Martín, Favian Alejandro. (2014). The Coverage of American Indians and Alaskan Natives in Criminal Justice and Criminology Introductory Textbooks. Critical Criminology.

Collins, Victoria. E., Farrell, Amanda. L., McKee, Jesse. R., Martín, Favian A., and Monk-Turner, Elizabeth. (2011). The State of Coverage: The Media’s Representation of International Issues and State Crime. International Criminal Justice Review, 21(1), 5-21.

Gabbidon, Shaun. L., Higgins, George. E., Martín, Favian A. Nelson, Matthew., and Brown, Jimmy. (2011). An Exploratory Analysis of Federal Litigation in the United States Challenging Asset Forfeiture. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 22(1), 50-64.

Gabbidon, Shaun. L., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). An Era‐Based Exploration of the Most Significant Books in Criminology/Criminal Justice: A Research Note. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 21(3), 348-369.

Gabbidon, Shaun. L., Higgins, George., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). Press Rankings in Criminology/Criminal Justice: A Preliminary Assessment of Book Publisher Quality. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 21(3), 229-244.

Higgins, George. E., Gabbidon, Shaun. L., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). The role of race/ethnicity and race relations on public opinion related to the immigration and crime link. Journal of Criminal Justice, 38(1), 51-56.

Gabbidon, Shaun. L., Higgins, George. E., and Martín, Favian A. (2010). Moving through the Faculty Ranks: An Exploratory Study on the Perceived Importance of Book Publishing and Publishing in Peer‐Reviewed Journals in Criminology/Criminal Justice. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 22(2), 165-180.

Publications, Book Chapters:

Martín, Favian A. (2016). American Indian Street Art and Graffiti. In Routledge Handbook on Graffitti and Street Art edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. Routledge Publications. 

Martín, Favian A. (2014). American Indian and Native Alaskan Juvenile Delinquents. In American Indians at Risk edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. ABC-CLIO Publications. 

Martín, Favian A. (2014). American Indian and Native Alaskan Mental Health Issues. In American Indians at Risk edited by Jeffrey Ian Ross. ABC-CLIO Publications. 

Scholarly Presentations:

Brennan, Shawn and Favian A. Martín. (2015) “Making it Up: Compensation for Wrongful Convictions” Will be presented at the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. *

Kimmel, Michael and Favian A. Martín. (2015) “The Stigma: The Stigmatization and Labeling of Exonerees” Will be presented at the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. *

Danta, Allison and Favian A. Martín. (2015) “Helping them Through: Rehabilitation in Federal Correctional Facilities.” Will be presented at the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC. *

Martín, Favian A. (2015) “Beyond the City and Into the Indian Reservation: The Militarization of American Indian Police Departments.” Will be presented at the American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC.

Martín, Favian A. (2014) “The American Homo Sacer: American Indians and Bare Life.” Presented at the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California.

Martín, Favian A., Lantzy, Ryan, McMahon, Casey, Sawyer, Viola, & Delgado, Juan. (2014) “Weeding Through Criminology: Utilizing the TV Show “Weeds” as a Criminological Theory Teaching Tool.” Presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.*

Martín, Favian A., (February 2014) “Crossing Borders: A Longitudinal Study on Immigration Trends, 2001-2013.” Will be presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Martín, Favian A., (November 2013). “Code of the Rez: The Symbolic Power of Policing Within American Indian Tribal Communities.” American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Martín, Favian A., (November 2012). “Rez Realities: Explaining Crime, Violence and Justice in Indian Country Using Jock Young’s Bulimic Society Perspective.”  American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois. 

Martín, Favian A., (September 2012). “Will the Circle be Unbroken?: The State of Restorative Justice among American Indians and Native Alaskans.”  European Society of Criminology, Bilbao, Spain. 

Martín, Favian A., McKee, Jesse, Danner, Mona J.E. and Maggard, Scott. (November 2011). “Crime and Victimization in Indian Country: A Pilot Study of Tribal Judges.”  American Society of Criminology, Washington D.C.

Martín, Favian A. and Lee, Annie. (September 2011). “Being Left Out? The Coverage of Latinos in Criminal Justice and Criminology Textbooks.”  Southern Criminal Justice Association, Nashville TN. 

Martín, Favian A., Danner, Mona J.E. and McKee, Jesse.  (November 2010). “One Tribe’s Crime Problems: A Survey of Tribal Law Enforcement Officials, Clinicians and Judges.” American Society of Criminology: San Francisco, CA.

Collins, Victoria., Farrell, Amanda., McKee, Jesse R., Martín, Favian A. and Monk-Turner, Elizabeth. (October 2010). “The State of Coverage: The Media's Representation of International Issues and State Crime.”  Southern Criminal Justice Association, Clearwater, FL.

Martín, Favian A.   (February 2010). “Vision Quest: A Tribal Community’s Perception on Violence and Social Services.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, San Diego, CA.

Gabbidon, Shaun. L. and Martín, Favian A. (November 2009). "Moving through the faculty ranks: An Exploratory study on the perceived importance of book publishing and publishing in peer-reviewed journals in criminology/criminal justice" has been successfully.” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Martín, Favian A. (March 2009).  “Native Americans and a Sense of Community: A Public Policy Perspective.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA. 

Martín, Favian A., Brown, Jimmy W. and Gabbidon, Shaun L. (March 2009).  “I want my assets back!” An Exploratory Analysis of Federal Litigation Challenging Asset Forfeiture.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA. 

DuPont-Morales, M.A., Hummer, Don., Lee, Joon-Yeup, Martín, Favian A. and Wooditch, Alese. C. (March 2009). “Behavior, Exposure, Crime and Victimization: Specific Examples of Policy and Failure.” Roundtable discussion at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.

Martín, Favian A. (March 2009).  “El Trueno – The Thunder – The Impact of Spanish Colonialism on the Victimization of Native Americans.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Boston, MA.

Martín, Favian A. and Wooditch, Alese C.  (March 2008).  “A Colorblind Criminal Justice System: An Assessment of Racial Profiling and the Criminal Justice System.” Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.  

*Denotes research collaborations with students

Invited Speaking Events:

The 29th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia May 12 – May 25, 2013.

The 30th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia May 12 – May 25, 2014.

International Conference and Workshop:

The 3rd African Postgraduate Course of Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Johannesburg, South Africa October 1-9, 2011

The 28th International Post Graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance and Criminal Justice, Sponsored by the World Society of Victimology, Dubrovnik, Croatia April 30 – May 12, 2012