Gypsies and Travellers experience of harm: A critical hate studies perspective
Presented by Dr Zoë James
Lectures, talks and seminars
SACS Seminar Series
10th Dec 2018 1:00pm to 10th Dec 2018 2:00pm
MY305 (Murphy Building Level 3)
This paper sets out how a critical hate studies perspective can explain and illuminate the hate harms experienced by Gypsies and Travellers in the UK.
In doing so, it directly responds to the question of how criminological theory can move beyond existing debates in studies of race and ethnicity and engage more effectively with the wider social sciences.
For more information contact: Gill Blomgren
Zoë James is Associate Professor in Criminology at the University of Plymouth, UK. Through the 1990s, she worked for the Home Office Research and Statistics Directorate, where she ndertook research on a wide range of criminal justice issues. She completed her PhD at the University of Surrey, on the policing of Travellers, and joined Plymouth University in 1999.