Marc Schuilenburg (1971) teaches in the department of Criminal Law and Criminology, VU University Amsterdam.
Marc Schuilenburg is an assistant professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, at the VU University Amsterdam. He studied at the School of Law and the Faculty of Philosophy of the Erasmus University, Rotterdam. He earned his Ph.D. in Social Sciences from the VU University at Amsterdam. Before his university teaching, Marc Schuilenburg worked for six years for the Dutch Public Prosecution Service. In the fields of criminology and philosophy his expertise and areas of interest include politics and crime control, governance of security, social order, theoretical criminology, popular culture and French philosophy. He is the author of the books Order in Security. A Dynamic Perspective (in Dutch, 2012) and, with Alex de Jong, Mediapolis. Popular Culture and the City (2007). He has co-edited several books, including The New French Philosophy (in Dutch, 2011), Governing Security under the Rule of Law? (2010) and Deleuze Compendium (in Dutch, 2009). Marc Schuilenburg is co-founder and current co-editor of the academic journal Tijdschrift over Cultuur & Criminaliteit [Journal on Culture & Crime] and current co-editor of Justitiele verkenningen [Judicial explorations]. He is a member of the Dutch Centre of Cultural Criminology and the Centre for Art and Philosophy. Marc Schuilenburg was a Visiting Professor at John Jay College, New York, in the Department of Sociology (2013). You can visit him at: www.marcschuilenburg.nl. His email address is m.b.schuilenburg(at)vu.nl.