Curtis Holland

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Job title: 

Assistant Professor



New Academic Building



Courses taught: 

  • Theories of Crime; Research Methods 1; Criminal Justice Administration; Sociology of Violence


  • Ph.D, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Research interests: 

  • Ethnic conflict and peace building; Globalization, inequality, and security; Class, gender, ethnicity, and violence; Criminology and criminal justice reform; Ideology and social psychology

Select publications & presentations: 

  • Holland, Curtis and Gordana Rabrenovic (2017). "Social Immobility, Ethno-politics and Sectarian Violence: Obstacles to Post-conflict Reconstruction in Northern Ireland. Published in the International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society. Volume 30: Number 3. Pp. 219-244.
  • Holland, Curtis and Gordana Rabrenovic (2018). "Masculinities in Transition? Exclusion, Ethnosocial Power and Contradictions in Ex-combatant Community-based Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland." Published in Men and Masculinities, volume 21: number 5. Pp. 729-755.
  • Holland, Curtis (2013). "An Empirical Analysis of the Structuration of American Ideologies about Economic Justice." Published 
  • in Qualitative Sociology Review. Volume 9: Issue 4. Pp. 85-99.
  • Liem, Marieke, Jack Levin, Curtis Holland and James A. Fox (2013). "The Nature and Incidence of Familicide in the United States, 2000-2009." Published in the Journal of Family Violence. Volume 28: Number 4. Pp. 351-358.