Media Appearances

“Detroit with Big Sean, Danny Brown” Documentary—Watch James Buccellato’s appearance on VICELAND television. The episode examines the relationship between street violence and the urban music scene in Detroit.

Listen to James Buccellato’s recent interview with CBS Detroit about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.

Listen to Stephen Henderson’s interview with James Buccellato on WDET Detroit.

 “Killing Jimmy Hoffa” Documentary—James Buccellato is interviewed as an expert on Detroit organized crime in this documentary which uses exclusive interviews, never before seen news footage and photographs, and reveals the real story of the day Jimmy Hoffa died.

Listen to James Buccellato discuss Early Organized Crime in Detroit with Detroit’s own Slack Jaw Punks.

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Impact

See James Buccellato’s research cited in the following texts:

  • Unwilling Executioner: Crime Fiction and the State by Andrew Pepper (2017: Oxford University Press)
  • Anarchism and Art: Democracy in the Cracks and on the Margins by Mark Mattern (2016: SUNY Press)
  • Keeping It Real: Dick Hobbs’ Legacy of Classic Ethnography and the New Ultra-Realist Agenda by Steven Hall and Simon Winlow in Illegal Entrepreneurship, Organized Crime and Social Control edited by Georgios A. Antonopoulos (2016: Springer)
  • Pandering to Prejudice: The ‘Yardie’Problem of the 1990s as a Media-Constructed Moral Panic by MG Warenycia (2015: Ryerson University)
  • Revitalizing Criminological Theory:: Towards a new Ultra-Realism  by Steve Hall and Simon Winlow (2015: Routledge)
  • Understanding Street Culture: Poverty, Crime, Youth and Cool by Jonathan Ilan (2015: Palgrave)
  • Crime and poverty in Detroit: A cross-referential critical analysis of ideographs and framing by Jacob, J. Nickell (2014: Illinois State University)
  • The Mafia: A Guide to an American Subculture by Nate Hendley (2013: Greenwood)
  • Diary of a Motor City Hitman by Christian Cipollini (2013: Strategic Media)

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