|Liam Leonard PhD||
Joined Apr 24 2012
Beyond the Night
International Criminology Association
Dr. Liam Leonard, Lecturer in Sociology & Criminal Justice, California State University, Fullerton and Adjunct Professor, West Virginia University, USA
Editor CRIMSOC: http://crimsoc.org ;
Dr. Liam Leonard is the former President of the Sociology Association of Ireland. He was the senior academic and taught modules on Human Rights, Sociology, Criminology, Professional Development and Equality & Diversity on the Irish National Prison Officer Training Programme. The author/editor of over 18 books and numerous journal articles, he is Senior Editor of the Ecopolitics Books Series, the Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice Book Series (both with Emerald UK) and Founding Editor of CRIMSOC Journal of Social Criminology. Dr. Leonard has edited the 2011 Irish issue of the Prison Journal, as well as special issues of Environmental Politics and the Irish Journal of Sociology and the Criminology issue of the Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies. Dr. Leonard was awarded the Sage Publishing Research Excellence Award in New York as well as the Irish NAIRTL Research & Teaching Award in 2012, and has ten years experience as an academic and lecturer in the National University of Ireland and the Institute of Technology sector. Now resident in Orange County, California, he is an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at West Virginia University and a Research Fellow with WVU’s Center for the Study of Violence and Conflict Resolution..
Recent publications include:
*Politics Inflamed (Greenhouse Press/Choice 2005),
*Green Nation (Greenhouse Press/Choice 2006),
*The Environmental Movement in Ireland (Springer 2008).
*The Transition to Sustainable Living and Practice (Emerald 2009),
*Global Ecological Politics (Emerald 2010),
*Environmental Movements and Waste Infrastructure (Routledge 2010)
*Sustainable Justice and the Community (Emerald 2010).
*Sustainable Politics & the Crisis of the Peripheries: Ireland & Greece (Emerald 2011)
* International Business, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (Emerald 2013)