Policy Press

Gender and Crime in a Globalised World

Series editors: Marian Duggan, University of Kent, UK, Leah Cleghorn, Nottingham Trent University, UK, Sarah Agnela, Somaliland Energy Commission, Somaliand and Silvana Tapia Tapia, University of Birmingham, UK and University of Azuay, Ecuador

This series showcases innovative research and debates centred around the increasingly globalised intersections of gender and crime. The topical contributions focus on a range of issues affecting victims, offenders, and practitioners including crime, criminalisation, victimisation, access to justice, and statutory sector experiences. Intersections of identity are also reflected through the employment of feminist, queer, postcolonial, and masculinities theorising.  

We are interested in publishing innovative work from both established and early career researchers. We welcome proposals that offer critical insights into the nature, status and future of gendered crime, harm, incarceration, culture, and victimisation. We are particularly keen to promote global scholarship, views, and debates on these themes.

Download the series flyer, call for proposals and the proposal guidelines.

Contact regarding proposals
If you would like to submit a proposal, or to discuss ideas, then please contact one of the Series Editors: 
Marian Duggan, m.c.duggan@kent.ac.uk;
Silvana Tapia Tapia, s.tapiatapia@bham.ac.uk;
Leah Cleghorn, leah.cleghorn@ntu.ac.uk;
Sarah Agnela, sarahagnelapublications@gmail.com 

Editorial advisory board 

Antje Deckert, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Janice Joseph, Stockton University, USA
Linnea Österman, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Verónica Potes Guerra, University of Calgary, Canada
Rhoda Reddock, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
Beulah Shekhar, National Forensic Science University, India
Wendell Wallace, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago