UAA’s Justice Center releases new bibliography

Submitted by Kristin DeSmith
Phone: (907) 786-1263


Anchorage, Alaska--The Justice Center at the University of Alaska Anchorage has just released a new online publication titled, "Alaska Rural Justice Issues: A Selected Bibliography." Antonia Moras, editor of the Alaska Justice Forum, compiled and annotated the bibliography and wrote the introductory monograph. The bibliography covers books, articles, research papers and other documents published since the early 1990s that relate to Alaska rural justice issues.

Established in 1975, the Justice Center is an academic, research and public education program serving the state of Alaska. The Justice Center undertakes research into justice concerns as they manifest themselves in Alaska. Areas of center research have included crime and crime prevention, domestic violence, Bush justice and juvenile justice.

This newest publication, "Alaska’s Rural Justice Issues: A Selected Bibliography," is available on the Justice Center web site at For additional information please contact UAA’s Justice Center at (907) 786-1810.

CONTACT: Kristin DeSmith, Office of University Advancement, at (907) 786-1263.