I am a sociologist with research interests in the field of critical military studies working at the intersections of sociology, criminology, and ethnographic and visual methods. My research is critical of the experience of military institutionalisation and the presence of militarism within civic life and upon civilian landscapes. It also explores the subjugated knowledges of “war” and the “military” within criminological literature.
- Scholarship in Southern Criminology (Crime and Justice Research Centre, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia 2017)
- Case Study Award (Prize, C-SAP: Criminology Special Interest Group 2010)
- Doctoral Research Studentship (Allan & Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust 2007)
- Department Director of Postgraduate Research
- ESRC NWSSDTP Pathway Lead (2018-19), Criminology, Social Policy and Social Work
- ESRC NWSSDTP Pathway Representative (2017-), Criminology, Social Policy and Social Work
- REF Rolling Reading Group (SSPC)