Renee Shelby is a cultural sociologist.
Renee Shelby is an Atlanta-based strategist, researcher, and writer. Previously, she taught sociology courses at GSU and trained restaurant staff on how to pour a proper glass of wine. She’s also a PhD candidate at Georgia Tech, and a Carnegie Mellon/ACLS Fellow. She serves on the board of BURNAWAY.
Clients + Collaborations
National Center for Civil & Human Rights
Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation
Fulton County Juvenile Court
GA's Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Sewanee Hunt Alternatives
The Bobby Jones Golf Course
Feminist Media Studies, 2019
I Incite This Meeting to Rebellion
ROMChip: Journal of Game Histories, 2019
Value-Responsible Design and Sexual Violence Interventions
In The Handbook on Public Criminologies, 2019
'The Pharmacy Prison' with Anthony Hatch
In Silent Cells: The Secret Drugging of Captive America, 2019
Whose Rape Kit?
Theoretical Criminology, 2018
How Do Black Lives Matter in Teaching, Lab Practices, and Research? Catalyst, 2017
Rising Inequality and the Fading American Dream
A Focus on Social Problems, 2016
Obscuring Sexual Crime: Media Representations of Violence in Megan’s Law
Criminal Justice Studies, 2014