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Criminology and Sociology Staff

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  • Sharda Murria

    Lecturer in Criminology and Policing

    Sharda Murria teaches Criminology and Policing. She has a keen interest in policing and the criminal justice system and is passionate about delivering ‘real world impact’.

  • Dr Zaki Nahaboo

    Lecturer in Sociology

    Dr Zaki Nahaboo joined as Lecturer in Sociology in 2019. He previously taught sociology at Liverpool Hope University and INTO City, University of London. He has research and teaching interests in postcolonial studies and international political sociology.

  • Dr Eugene Nulman

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology

    Dr  Eugene Nulman  is very passionate and interested in social movements and social change and teaches to inspire. His academic work is driven by an emphasis in public sociology, bringing the academic knowledge to the wider community.

  • Dr Aidan O'Sullivan

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Ever since  his  first sociology lecture at the age of 18 in University College of Cork, Dr Aidan O'Sullivan has always wanted to be a lecturer and researcher on the most pressing issues facing societies across the globe.

  • Dr Sarah Pemberton

    Associate Professor in Criminology, Acting Head of Department for Criminology and Sociology

    Having initially studied Social Policy as an undergraduate Sarah became immersed in the study of the social world, this served as the foundation for an unrelenting interest in social research which she pursues to this day. 

  • Kadian Pow

    Lecturer

    Whether it be a museum setting in Washington DC, or a classroom at the University of Birmingham, Kadian has been an educator for more than 15 years.

  • Dr Mohammed Rahman

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology

    Dr Mohammed Rahman’s academic ethos is to acquire knowledge and impart it to those that can contribute to impact and societal change.

  • Laura Riley

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Laura Riley is a Lecturer in Criminology and PhD researcher at Birmingham City University. Her research focuses upon desistance from serious offending and the importance of the community in this process. Her teaching interests include: Policing, vulnerabilities, ethics and qualitative research methods.

  • Dan Rusu

    Lecturer in Criminology

    Dan is a lecturer in criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2016. Prior to his work at BCU, Dan completed his Masters in Psychological Science at University of Glasgow.

  • Dr Keith Spiller

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology / Course Director for MA in Security Studies

    Dr. Keith Spiller’s  research focuses on the social consequences of surveillance and monitoring, with an emphasis on the impact of governmental regulatory policy. His recent book examines new forms of public duty mandated by the UK Counter Terrorism and Security Act and its bearing on the educational sector. 

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