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Edward Greenberg Doctoral Student, Doctoral Teaching Fellow


Edward Greenberg holds a Master's in History and has experience teaching courses such as Criminal Justice Statistics, Research Methods in Criminal Justice, and Criminal Justice Ethics. As a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts--Lowell, his scholarly interests focus on criminal theory, specifically any work that attempts to account for liminal spaces in crime--acts that are sometimes punished and sometimes ignored or praised. Edward Greenberg has worked on research involving domestic violence, criminal decision making, propensities towards criminal behavior in generally non-sanctioned populations, and international data collection. His hobbies include keeping up with international news and writing fiction.