Rob_Clucas

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • The Law School

Summary

Rob Clucas is a lecturer in law at the University of Hull whose research and teaching interests are in the field of sexuality, gender and the law. He is particularly interested in systemic microaggressions in the Church and legal system, conservative backlash against sexual and gender equality claims in the US and UK, and the recognition of established and emerging gender identities. Rob has published articles and book chapters on jurisprudence (philosophy of law), conjoined twins, human rights, and children's rights and welfare, and, with G Johnstone and T Ward, he co-edited the Nomos collection Torture: Moral Absolutes and Ambiguities.

Journal Article

Religion, Sexual Orientation and the Equality Act 2010: Gay Bishops in the Church of England Negotiating Rights Against Discrimination

Clucas, R. (2012). Religion, Sexual Orientation and the Equality Act 2010: Gay Bishops in the Church of England Negotiating Rights Against Discrimination. Sociology, 46(5), 936-950. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038512451533

Women bishops : equality, rights and disarray

Clucas, R., & Sharpe, K. (2013). Women bishops : equality, rights and disarray. Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 15(2), 158-174. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0956618X13000185

Trans people and the Church of England: disadvantage and microaggressions

Clucas, R. (2017). Trans people and the Church of England: disadvantage and microaggressions. Modern believing, 58(4), 321-342. https://doi.org/10.3828/mb.2017.22

Sexual orientation change efforts, conservative christianity and resistance to sexual justice

Clucas, R. (2017). Sexual orientation change efforts, conservative christianity and resistance to sexual justice. Social Sciences, 6(2), 54. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci6020054

Postgraduate supervision

Rob welcomes applications in the field of the law and sexuality and gender, particularly its intersection with Christianity/religion. Completed PhDs - David Jarvis, Immigration, Asylum, and Cycles of European Exclusion, University of Hull (2016)