Our Experts

Mix of mature students in lecture space
  • Nick Bailey – Military masculinities and civilian transitions in the British Corps of Commissionaires, 1900-1945.
  • Dr David Churchill – Historical criminology; criminal justice history; policing and crime control; security and the security industry; urban history; Victorian Leeds.
  • Kisby Dickinson –  Crime; Communications Technology and Regulation, International and European Human Rights Law; Criminology and Criminal Justice.
  • Professor Graham Dutfield –  Intellectual property; trade & sustainable development; health; law & regulation of food, agriculture & gene technology innovation.
  • Professor Marie-Andree Jacob –  Socio-legal studies; healthcare law; legal ethnography; research and publication ethics; medical regulation, kinship, bureaucracies.
  • Dr Priyasha Saksena –  International law; law and colonialism; law and society; South Asian legal history.
  • Dr Rebecca Shaw –  Narrative Theory; Legal Narratology; Roman Law; Narratives of Domestic Abuse Victims and Perpetrators; Female Narratives and the Law.
  • Dr Mitchell Travis –  Intersex; Embodiment; Vulnerability; Legal Personhood; feminist theory and the legal humanities.
  • Professor Henry Yeomans –  Alcohol; behavioural regulation; historical criminology; archival research; illicit markets.
  • Professor Conor O’Reilly – kidnapping; transnational crime; border crimes; policing and security; pluralization of high policing.
  • Professor Paul Wragg – Press Freedom; Press Regulation; Privacy Law; Media Freedom; Free Speech Rights in the Workplace.
  • Dr Amaka Vanni- International Economic Law; Intellectual Property Law; Law and Development; Global Governance.
  • Dr Danielle Terrazas Williams- lavery and freedom in Colonial Latin America; history of Mexico; gender, legal history.
  • Dr Claire Eldridge- History of modern France & the French empire; history of colonial & postcolonial Algeria; immigration & race in France.
  • Dr Rachel Lin – Russian Revolution and Civil War; Republican China; Russo-Chinese borderlands; diasporas.
  • Alexandra Ward –  The ‘Second Middle Passage’: British Abolitionism and the Emigration Journeys from St Helena to the British West Indies (1840-60).

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