In this chapter we consider several new critical criminological theories that attempt to address crime from a wider, more holistic, and globally aware perspective. Most of these theories emerged during the closing quarter of the twentieth century, though a few can trace their roots further back in time, and some have only just appeared in the twenty-first century. All are considered to be on the cutting edge and build on the critical perspectives that we examined in the previous two chapters. Included here are left realism, postmodernism, constitutive theory, edgework, anarchism, abolitionism, peacemaking, restorative justice, and cultural criminology—to which we have added critical race theory.