Dr Julian Bloomer
Human-environment relations; rural livelihoods; development studies; political ecology; geographies of illicit networks and trade.
Weiner, D, Bloomer, J, Ó Conchúir, R and Dalton, C. 2022. The Role of Volunteers and Citizen Scientists in Addressing Declining Water Quality in Irish River Catchments. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 7(1): 13, pp. 1–12. DOI
"The only honest thief: Critiquing the role of human smugglers", in, Haven: The Mediterranean Crisis and Human Security, edited by Professor John Morrissey, 2020, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar ISBN: 9781788115476 Available here
"Turning cannabis into cash: Agrarian change and Lesotho's evolving experience", ÉchoGéo, 2019, 48, 1-22, Available (open access) here
Dickson Boateng (2021-to date): Title: A political ecology approach to low-carbon transition in rural Ghana. MIC Geography Department Scholarship
Donna Weiner (2020-to date): Title: Citizen Science Investigations – river environmental stewardship (CSI-River). EPA Scholarship # 2019-PhD-AF-26 & Mary Immaculate College Geography Department Assistantship