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Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe BA (Sussex), MPhil, PhD

Subject: Criminology

Loraine Gelsthorpe is Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge. And a Fellow and Tutor for Graduate Affairs at Pembroke College. She is also Director of the Institute, Director of Graduate Education for the Institute, and Director of a research centre within also: the Centre for Community, Gender and Social Justice. Beyond this she is Co-convenor of the University wide multi-disciplinary Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES). She also sits on various University Committees including the General Board Education Committee and the Board of Graduate Studies. Loraine has wide interests in the links between criminal justice and social justice, looking at race, gender and social exclusion, women and sentencing, and at the effectiveness of youth and community penalties in particular. She also has a strong interest in research methodologies and research ethics.

College Positions

Tutor for Graduate Affairs

Long Vacation Tutor

University Positions

Director, Institute of Criminology

Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Director of the Centre for Community, Gender and Social Justice

Joint Convenor of the Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES)

Director of the Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Centre Partnership

Chair, Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement

 

 

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