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Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Seminars

The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice Research (C&CJ) Seminar Series welcomes internal and external academics as well as doctoral students to discuss their latest research.


This is the list of research seminars for the academic year 2021-2022 (taking place on Microsoft Teams). For more information (or if you would like to present and/or attend future events) please contact the C&CJ research seminars convenors, Associate Professor Becky Thompson ( and Dr Irene Zempi (

List of C&CJ research seminars for academic year 2021-22



Paper title 

8th December 2021, 1-2pm

Dr Angus Nurse

Enforcing dangerous dog laws: dog attacks and responsible dog ownership

12th January 2022, 1-2pm

Dr Morag KennedyIntimate partner homicide and digital media
 Dr Ian Mahoney (Kirsty Teague and Dr Matthew Long)Exploring the impact of discourses around sexual offending against children upon people who work in a voluntary capacity with children and young people

2nd February 2022, 1-2pm

Daisy Matthews

An exploration of how sex workers who identify as religious or spiritual manage their identities within their everyday lives


Brianna Lewis

The role of spirituality in Cayman prisons

2nd March 2022, 1-2pm

Danielle Robinson

Testing the association between household profile and burglar alarm effectiveness


Dr Ferhat Tura

Poly-victimisation of adolescents in England and Wales
6th April 2022, 1-2pm

Amanda Hanson

Getting it right: recognising and responding to disability hate crime successfully


Phil Wane

Police and Security Robots; Panacea or Problem?

11th May 2022, 1-2pm

Dr James Hunter (Professor Andromachi Tseloni, Professor Rachel Armitage and Professor Ken Pease)

Do visible burglar alarms reduce residential burglary victimisation risk? Findings from the Home Office funded burglar alarm impact project

1st June 2022, 1-2pm

Dr Hind Elhinnawy

Decolonising the curriculum: students perspectives in Criminology


Dr Ed Wright

Decolonizing Zemiology

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