Yoga and Resilience:Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma. Handspring Publishing. Spring 2020.
Rousseau, D., Long, N., Jackson, E., & Jurgensen, J. (2019). Empowering Through Embodied Awareness: Evaluation of a Peer-Facilitated Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Curriculum in a Woman’s Prison. Prison Journal, 99(4), 14-37.
Rousseau, D. Weiss-Lewit, K., Lilly, M. (2019). #MeToo and Yoga: Guidance for Clinician’s Referring to Trauma-Informed Yoga. Journal of Clinical Sports Psychology, 13, 216–225.
Rousseau, D., & Cook-Cottone, C. ( 2018). Trauma-informed yoga training in Kenya: A qualitative pilot study on feasibility and acceptability. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 40, 53-60.
Baranger, J. Rousseau, D. Mastrorilli, M. Matesanz, J. (2018).Doing Time Wisely: The social and Personal Benefits of Higher Education in Prison. The Prison Journal.
Mastrorilli, M.E., Matesanz, J., & Rousseau, D. (2016). Higher Degrees: Liberal arts education brings new thinking. Corrections Today. June 2016 26-30.
Mastrorilli, M.E., Norton-Hawk, M., Rousseau, D. (2014). How far have we come? The Gluecks’ recommendations from 500 Delinquent Women. Federal Probation. June 2014, 44-47.
Rousseau, D. & Pezzullo, G. (2013). Race and context in the criminal labeling of drunk driving offenders: A multilevel examination of extralegal variables on discretionary plea decisions. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Rousseau. D, & Jackson, D. (2013). Promoting resilience through yoga: Profiling the implementation of trauma-informed integrative mindfulness programming in post-earthquake Haiti. Journal of Yoga Service. 1(1) 38-46.
Farrell, A., Ward, G. & Rousseau, D. (2010). Intersections of gender and race in federal sentencing: Examining court contexts and the effects of representative court authorities. Gender, Race, and Justice, 14(1), 85-125.
Ward, G., Farrell, A. & Rousseau, D. (2009). Does racial balance in workforce representation yield equal justice? Race relations of sentencing in Federal court organizations. Law and Society Review, 43(4), 757-805.
Farrell, A., Ward, G. & Rousseau, D. (2009). Race-effects of representation among federal court workers: Does black workforce representation reduce sentencing disparities? The Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science, 623(1), 121-133.
Rousseau D, & Napior A. (2019). Reclaiming Body, Redefining Relationship: Yoga with Survivors of Sexual Trauma. In Sensory-Enhanced Yoga for Self-Regulation and Trauma Healing. Editor: Stoller, L. Handspring Publishing.
Napior A, & Rousseau D. (2019). “I can do anything for two more breaths”: Recovery and Empowerment through Yoga in Prison. In Sensory-Enhanced Yoga for Self-Regulation and Trauma Healing. Editor: Stoller, L. Handspring Publishing.
Rousseau, D. & Baranger, J. (2017). Disparities in Sentencing. In Kerley, K. R. (2017). The encyclopedia of corrections. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Silva, K., & Rousseau, D. (2013). Defining Deviance: The Rearticulation of Aileen Wuornos in Monster, in A. D’Costa, (Ed.), Representations of the Serial Killer in Film and Television.
McDevitt, J., Farrell, A., Rousseau, D. & Wolff, R. (2013). Hate crimes: characteristics of incidents, victims and offenders, in ,R. Davis, A. Lurigio & S. Herman, (Eds.). Victims of Crime, 4th Edition, Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Farrell, A., Ward, G. & Rousseau, D. (2011). Race-effects of representation among federal court workers: Does black workforce representation reduce sentencing disparities?, in H.T. Greene, & S. L. Gabbidon, (Eds.) Race and Crime: A Text/Reader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Twyman-Ghoshal, A., & Rousseau, D. (2010). “From the American Dream to a Global Dream” in William Bagtelas (Ed.). Democracy Building.
McDevitt, J., Farrell, A., Rousseau, D. & Wolff, R. (2007). Hate crimes: characteristics of incidents, victims and offenders, in, R. Davis, A. Lurigio & W. Skogan, (Eds.). Victims of Crime, 3rd Edition, Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Farrell, A. & Rousseau, D. (2006). “Discrimination.” in J. Greene, (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Police Science. New York: Routledge.
Rousseau, D. Book Review of Hard Time at Tehachapi: California’s First Women’s Prison by Kathleen A. Cairns. Western Historical Quarterly, Winter 2010(526-527).
Twyman-Ghoshal, A., & Rousseau, D. (2008). “Book Review: Reintegration of Rehabilitation: Making People Happy.” Book Review of Tony Ward and Shadd Maruna’s “Key Ideas in Criminology: Rehabilitation.” Crime, Law, and Social Change, 50(4-5).
Rousseau, D., Lilly, M., Harris, D. (2018). Creating a Culture of Universally-Inclusive Yoga. Yoga Service Council. https://yogaservicecouncil.org/community-resource-papers.
Ward, G. Farrell, A. Rousseau, D. (2008), Does Court Workforce Racial Diversity Yield Racial Justice?: Some Evidence from Federal Court Contexts. NCJ 221890, NIJ-Sponsored, (55 pages).
Farrell, A., McDevitt, J., Fahy, S. & Rousseau, D. (2006). Human Trafficking: Issues and Trends, Institute on Race and Justice Research in Brief, Spring.
Rousseau, D. (2003). Domestic Violence II. Psycho-educational Class Curriculum, Bridgewater, MA: Forensic Health Services.
Rousseau, D. (2003). Domestic Violence I. Psycho-educational Class Curriculum, Bridgewater, MA: Forensic Health Services.
Rousseau, D. (2002). Confronting Hate Crime: A Protocol for Addressing the Issue of Bias Motivated Crime Within a Local Police Department. Unpublished manuscript, University of Denver.
Rousseau, D., & Pezzullo, Jr. G. Race, Gender and Context in the Criminal Labeling of D.U.I. Offenders: The Influence of Extralegal Variables and Police Bias on Discretionary Plea Decisions. 2010 Symposium on Crime and Justice: Young Scholar Paper Competition, First Place.
Rousseau, D., & Jackson, E., (2013). TIMBo Implementation in Women’s Groups in Massachusetts and Maine. yogaHOPE Research Brief: Preliminary Outcomes Report.
Rousseau, D., & Jackson, E., (2012). TIMBo Implementation in a Women’s Correctional Facility – MCI Framingham Pilot. Research Brief.
Jackson, E., & Rousseau, D. (2012). TIMBo Implementation in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Research Brief.
Pezzullo, Jr., G.P., & Rousseau, D. The Criminal Construct: An Examination of Race, Gender, and Social Context on Plea Outcomes. 2008 Division on Corrections and Sentencing Student Paper Competition.