I welcome applications in the fields of punishment, penal policy and contemporary imprisonment as well as studies on the history of crime, policing and punishment.
Maria De Angelis (2012), Trafficking and Prostitution: Victimhood and Agency (with Dr Majella Kilkey)
Samson Chan (2013), Colonial Penality: A Case Study of Hong Kong Penal Policy, 1945-1997 (with Professor Peter Young)
William Davies (2015), The Pains of Imprisonment and Resettlement for Short Term Prisoners (with Professor Peter Young)
Helen Nichols (2016), Adult Male Prisoners Experiences of Education (with Professor Gerry Johnstone)
Rachel Dixon-Goodall (2017) Expert Evidence in Cases of Infanticide, 1688-1955 (with Tony Ward).
Alicia Kidd (2018) The Dynamics of Contemporary Slavery and Conflict: Agency, Asylum and Accountability (with Simon Green).
Marion Wilson (2019) Grief and Bereavement in Prison (with Liz Walker).
Rhiannon Pickin (2019) Emotions, Perceptions and Responses to Crime and Penal Heritage (AHRC Heritage Consortium with Leeds Beckett University, with Heather Shore).
Current PhD students:
Lucie Wade, Juvenile Crime, Punishment and Reform in the West Riding of Yorkshire, 1856-1914 (AHRC Heritage Consortium with Leeds Beckett University).
Julie Brumby, Reformatory and Industrial School Training Ships (NECAH with Leeds Beckett University).