William Pruitt received his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and then attended Syracuse University College of Law. Following that he received his Ph.D. in criminology and public policy from Northeastern University. He has been teaching for over 10 years and enjoys the close contact with students that a small liberal arts college provides. His research interests include genocide and crimes against humanity, and legal responses to atrocity crimes.
Doctor of Philosophy in Criminology and Public Policy
Syracuse University College of Law
J.D. in Law
University of Hartford
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Pruitt, William. (2018). Why Kagame should not seek another term. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, 11(1), 55-70.
Pruitt, William. (2017). Understanding genocide denial legislation: A comparative analysis. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 12(2), 270-284.
Pruitt, William. (2017). Using And then there were none to teach crime. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 21(4), 60-65.