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UW-L course will help law enforcement uphold human rights
8 March 2021

UW-La Crosse to offer human rights policing course 6 March 2021

Spotlighted in UW-L’s Campus Connection.

A better way to protect and serve
February 23, 2021

Interviewed by Hope Kirwan for Wisconsin Public Radio.

UW-La Crosse Offering Class On ‘Human Rights Policing’ To Local Law Enforcement
WPR, 8 September, 2020

Interviewed by Jourdan Vian in La Crosse Tribune.

UW-L program to dig deep into ‘human rights policing’
La Crosse Tribune, 31 August, 2020

Op-Ed in La Crosse Tribune.

The lesser of two evils is still evil.
La Crosse Tribune, 22 March, 2020


In case you missed it live, here is an excerpt from Peter Marina’s talk about his new book, “Down and Out in New Orleans.”

(The full, unedited version of the talk is here.)

NPR New Orleans

Dr. Marina’s interview begins at 13 minutes This week on The Reading Life: Nathaniel Rich, whose new novel is “King Zeno,” set in New Orleans in 1918. We’ll also hear from Peter Marina, author of “Down and Out in New Orleans: Transgressive Living in the Informal Economy”.

New Orleans’ The Gambit

Meet the sociologist who lived among New Orleans squatters and street performers The Gambit, January 5, 2018


Lit Hub, Sept. 28, 2017

The Page 99 Test: Peter J. Marina’s “Down and Out in New Orleans”
“Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you.” —Ford Madox Ford

PETER J. MARINA’S “Down and Out in New Orleans” on “MY BOOK, THE MOVIE” blogspot
Here he tags the actor who should play him in an adaptation of his new book, Down and Out in New Orleans: Transgressive Living in the Informal Economy—and sketches a scenario of the imaginary film

Peter Marina Tells of his Adventures in Pentecostalism and Tongue Speaking 
16 May 2012
Riverfront Times

Sociology Undergraduates Get a Chance to Get Dirty
10 November 2011
UMSL Daily

Meet Sociologist Peter Marina 
16 November 2011
UMSL Daily

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