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Criminology and International Relations BSc(Hons): Who teaches this course

About the faculty and staff

The Criminology and International Relations BSc(Hons) is designed and delivered by research-active lecturers and experienced teachers. We bring the most up-to-date developments in our research areas to the programme.

Criminology staff include:

  • Dr Cecilia Cappel's research interests lie in domestic abuse, interpersonal violence, race and crime, religion, women and domestic abuse and representations of black women in the media.
  • Dr Camilla De Camargo's research areas span the introduction and reception of neighbourhood policing and explore the often contested and resisted dominant discourses surrounding image and identity management in police (sub)cultures.
  • Dr Francis Dodsworth explores crime, policing and security, particularly personal security and self-defence, from the perspectives of cultural history and cultural studies.
  • Professor David Herbert has expertise in the sociology of religion and the sociology health.
  • Dr Elisa Impara's research interests are within the realm of extreme violence, history of violence, ritualistic crime and subcultures. She is a cultural criminologist with strong interests in medievalism and quantitative methods.
  • Dr Joanna Jamel's research areas include transgender issues, male rape and sexual victimization.
  • Amy Mitchell's research interests are in the value of prison based education, and its relationship to desistance and identity change.

International Relations staff include:

  • Dr Andrew Higginbottom's research areas include multinational corporations and human rights, solidarity action and the political economy of foreign investment.
  • Dr Jonathan Gilmore specialises in international relations and security studies.
  • Dr Simon Choat specialises in political theory; in particular, modern European philosophy. He is especially interested in Marx and Marxism and French philosophy since 1960.
  • Dr Hanna Miller's research interests include campaign strategies, charity law, NGO practice, rights-based and rights-framed approaches, and the sociology of rights. She is currently researching representation of forms of disobedience.
  • Dr Radu Cinpoes' research focuses on exploring articulations of national identity and the construction of nationhood.
  •  Dr Steven Bastow is Director of Studies and a researcher for the European Research Centre. His specialist subjects and research interests include European ideologies of the 20th century.
  • Stephen Bowen is a Senior Lecturer in Human Rights and also the Director of the British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR). Stephen has 25 years experience as an international human rights practitioner.
  • Dr Atsuko Ichijo's research interests are found at the intersection between nationalism studies and European studies, and the relationship between contemporary nationalism and development of European integration.
  • Dr Ilaria Favretto's research interests include 20th Century Italian history, 20th Century British history, the European left, protest and industrial conflict in 20th century Europe and cultural history.
  • Dr Robin Pettitt's research focuses on political organisations that serve as conduits between civil society and the state, particularly political parties.
  • Dr Nevena Nancheva specialises in Eastern European politics, specifically post-communist Balkan states including Bulgaria and Macedonia.

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