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Criminology and Sociology Staff

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  • Dr Tony Talburt

    Senior Lecturer in Black Studies

    Having lived and taught in Jamaica, Ghana and also the UK, teaching African Caribbean history and politics, Tony Talburt has developed particular interests in the history of Africa and its peoples on the continent or in the Black Diaspora.

  • Dr Camilo Tamayo Gomez

    Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Security

    Dr Camilo Tamayo Gomez is passionate about researching the relationship between security, conflict, and transitional justice from a criminological and sociological perspective. His research particularly explores how victims of war and violent contexts are implementing citizen-led strategies to claim human rights.

  • Dr Dionne Taylor

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Deputy Programme Leader Black Studies, Deputy Head of Department

    Dr Dionne Taylor's role in BCU is about supporting, inspiring and guiding the students to reach beyond what many of them believe is possible. Encouraging students to work through the challenges, barriers and limitations to success is one of the reasons she became an academic.

  • Steve Wadley

    Teaching Fellow

    Steve Wadley spent 8 years as an Authorised Firearms Officer with the Ministry of Defence Police (MDP) before making the transition to a lecturer within the FE/HE sector.

  • Dr Andrew Whiting

    Senior Lecturer in Security Studies and Criminology

    Dr Andrew Whiting   research currently spans two main areas.    The first concerns the constitutive effects of various different security discourses and their impact upon wider collective understandings and security practices.    This work has included investigating constructions of terrorism and cyber‑security within...

  • Dr Karen Wilkes

    Lecturer in Sociology

    Dr Karen Wilkes's research is concerned with analysing visual culture (tourist brochures of the Caribbean, advertising, television and films). Her work examines how gender, race and class work together and are represented in popular culture.

  • Dr James Williams

    Senior Research Fellow

    Dr James Williams is  a historian by background with a passionate interest in the origins and development of contemporary society and culture, both at macro and micro levels.

  • Professor David Wilson

    Emeritus Professor

    David Wilson is an expert on serial killers through his work with various British police forces, academic publications, books, and media appearances. 

  • Ron Winch

    Senior Teaching Fellow in Policing

    Prior to taking up appointment with the BCU, Ron Winch served for over thirty years with the Metropolitan Police Service and West Midlands Police. These included front-line CID roles, as well as senior command roles in local policing, public order policing, firearms policing and as a senior investigating officer for major and...

  • Professor Elizabeth Yardley

    Professor of Criminology

    Professor Elizabeth Yardley is passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by violence and challenging the myths and stereotypes around crime.

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