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DJ Williams Publishes New Study, Gives Invited Presentation

DJ Williams, Associate Professor of Sociology, Social Work, & Criminology; recently gave an invited presentation on intersections of self-identified vampirism and sexuality at the 2nd Annual New York City AltSex Conference. He also published a new study titled, "Self-identified vampirism and risk for false positives: A case example of team homicide and implications for forensic behavioral science," in the May issue of the prestigious Journal of Forensic Sciences. Dr. Williams also co-presented research on consensual bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism (BDSM) as leisure experience with Jeremy Thomas (ISU), Emily Prior (College of the Canyons), Thea Alvarado (Pasadena Community College), and Candace Christensen (University of Texas, San Antonio) at the Community-Academic Consortium for Research on Alternative Sexualities (CARAS) conference in Chicago.