Blomberg, Thomas G. 1944-
BLOMBERG, Thomas G. 1944-
Born July 10, 1944, in Madison, WI; son of Gunnar N. (in business) and Dollie (a nurse; maiden name, Parr-Fernandes) Blomberg; married Jeanine Humphers, August, 1961; children: Thomas G., Jr. Ethnicity: "White." Education: University of California—Berkeley, B.A., 1969, M.Crim., 1970, D.Crim., 1974.
Office—School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; fax: 850-644-9614. E-mail—[email protected].
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Sheldon L. Messinger Professor of Criminology, 1974—.
American Society of Criminology, American Sociological Association, Society for the Study of Social Problems.
(Editor, with Stan Cohen) Punishment and Social Control: Essays in Honor of Sheldon L. Messinger, Aldine de Gruyter (Hawthorne, NY), 1995.
(With K. Lucken) American Penology: A History of Control, Aldine de Gruyter (Hawthorne, NY), 2000, new edition, 2002.
(Editor, with others) Data-Driven Juvenile Justice Education, National Juvenile Detention Association (Richmond, KY), 2001.
Editor of the book series, "New Lines in Criminology," Aldine de Gruyter (Hawthorne, NY).
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Choice, September, 2001, K. Edgerton, review of American Penology: A History of Control.
Contemporary Sociology, November, 1996, David Tait, review of Punishment and Social Control: Essays in Honor of Sheldon L. Messinger, p. 796; March, 2002, David J. Dodd, review of American Penology, p. 212.
Federal Probation, June, 1996, Darren Gowen, review of Punishment and Social Control, pp. 86-87.
Law and Society Review, October, 1997, Candace McCoy, review of Punishment and Social Control, pp. 589-612.
Liverpool Law Review, summer, 1996, George Mair, review of Punishment and Social Control, pp. 213-216.
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