Dr Jo Buckle teaches in the areas of criminology, race, crime and society, body and society. Dr Buckle's research interests cover phenomenology, the body, health and illness, history of surgery, history of violence, narratology and historical criminology.
Dr Davidson’s research has two main strands - the intersection of environmental political theory, state theory & political economy; & prospects for institutionalising deliberative modes of civic participation within representative institutions.
My research interests span 19th and 20th century American and British health history, particularly environmental health, public health and maternal health.
A respected academic in sociology and social policy, Professor Hughes current research focus in the areas of disability, the body and social theory, care, gender and equality and diversity.
Ruth’s research looks at public hearings and how they can play a part in institutionalising deliberative democracy and informing environmental policy making.
Dr Lombard’s research interests include men’s violence against women, particularly domestic abuse; violence prevention; methods of working with children and young people, gender; feminism and knowledge exchange activities.
My principal research interests are in Scottish, British and European comparative politics and history.
My primary research interests are on poverty (with a particular interest in children) and children’s play.
Professor McMillan's research interests surround gender inequality and crime and justice. In particular she is interested in gendered and sexual violence and the statutory and non-statutory response to it.
Angela O'Hagan is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences at the GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society and Deputy Director of Wise Centre for Economic Justice and Head of Public Engagement
My principal research interests are in gender based violence from a victim perspective and criminal justice and voluntary sector responses to the victims of gender based violence.
Dr Robertson has research interests in crime and policing in Russia and the former Soviet Union, Police reform, International criminal justice policy transfer, Policing young people, Student victimisation.
Race and ethnicity, migration, health.
Main research interests are focused on equality and diversity and young people's engagement with popular and consumer culture.
Dr Shepherd's main research activities divide across two areas - German and Austrian military history 1914-1945 and post-1945 German social and political history.
Research specialist in poverty and social exclusion, particularly social innovation financial exclusion, child poverty and social policy in devolved Scotland.
Her research interests concern modern history, in particular aspects of sport, gender, health and changes in popular culture.
Based in the Department of Social Sciences, Media & Journalism, Dr James Smith's key research interests have centred upon the European Union, Europeanisation, multi-level governance, territorial politics, Scottish government and politics.
Dr Tulle has over 15 years’ experience of doing research in old age, with a particular focus on understanding and theorising how older people make sense of and manage the process of bodily ageing from a cultural perspective.
Professor Oonagh Walsh's principal research interests lie in gender and medical histories, and in the nineteenth century history of Irish psychiatry in particular.