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- Hannah Wilkinson
|Title:||Lecturer in Criminology|
|Phone:||+44 (0) 1782 7335456|
|Contacting me:||During office hours, posted on my door, or via email appointment|
Hannah first joined Keele University in 2009, as an Undergraduate student in Criminology and Law. Since then, Hannah has also graduated with a Masters in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and is conducting her doctoral research under the supervision of Professor Ronnie Lippens, Dr. Evi Girling, and Dr. Samantha Weston. Hannah has taught on a range of Criminology modules, from the Foundation Year through to Masters level, and was appointed as a Teaching Fellow in Criminology in September 2017, then as a Lecturer in Criminology in September 2018.
In addition, Hannah has worked as a Research Associate alongside Dr. Samantha Weston, on projects with Re-Solv – on early intervention and prevention of volatile substance abuse (VSA), and with Staffordshire Police – evaluating the child sexual exploitation (CSE) prevention programme currently being delivered to young people in Staffordshire.
Hannah’s research interests lie primarily in the area of Criminology and War. In particular, she is interested in the complex implications of 21st century conflict and war on Criminology, the social world, and more specifically, on those employed by the state to deliver violence on their behalf. Broader criminological interests continue to guide Hannah’s research and scholarship, including social exclusion and stigma; identities; transitions and rehabilitation; and a desire to uncover voices and truths from those that have experienced harm as a result of interactions with state institutions.
Hannah’s current research uses qualitative and visual methodology, drawing theoretical inspiration from the works of Pierre Bourdieu on the social world and the (re)production of power and inequality within society.
- Wilkinson, H. R. (2017) ‘”What was it all for?”: 21st Century Theatres of War and the Return to ‘Post-Conflict’ Life’, in Fletcher, S. and White, H. (Eds.) Emerging Voices: Critical Social Research by European Group Postgraduate and Early Careers Researchers. European Group Press.
- Wilkinson, H. R. and Reimagining Conflict: Pedagogy, Policy and Arts Group (2016) Reimagining the Veteran: An Interview with Hannah Wilkinson, PhD Candidate, Keele University. . 26th September 2016. [Online Video].
Full Publications List show
- Introduction to Criminology
- Understanding Crime
- Criminal Justice: Process, Policy, Practice
- MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice