We are pleased to announce that Professor Lystra Hagley-Dickinson of the University of St Mark & St John in Plymouth, UK, has been appointed to the role of Editor of the IAFOR Journal of Ethics, Religion & Philosophy. Professor Hagley-Dickinson brings considerable editorial experience to the role, as well as over 25 years working in criminal justice, research and teaching. Her wide-ranging expertise is certain to be of great value to the journal, and we look forward to sharing her upcoming issues with the Ethics, Religion and Philosophy community.
Professor Hagley-Dickinson is now accepting submissions for her inaugural issue of the journal, to be published in autumn 2017. The journal welcomes submissions related to Ethics, Religion and Philosophy from academics, practitioners and professionals within the field. Please see the Author Guidelines and more information on how to submit.
Professor Lystra Hagley-Dickinson is Head of Department, Education and Social Sciences, and Associate Professor of Law and Criminology at the University of St Mark & St John in Plymouth, UK. A World Bank-Japan Fellow, she has pursued careers nationally and internationally in education, government, the European Union and the community and voluntary sectors. She has been teaching at universities for over 25 years, and has also held chief executive roles and several directorships of companies. She has considerable experience in undertaking research and evaluation studies, as well as several editorial roles. She publishes extensively on Caribbean criminology, minority ethnic offenders’ experiences and prisoner resettlement.