Hallam Tuck is a DPhil Candidate at the Centre for Criminology, researching the intersections of privatization, borders, and punishment within Criminal Alien Requirement prisons in the United States of America. This project is supervised by Professor Mary Bosworth and supported by the University’s Clarendon Fund, and Lincoln College’s Kingsgate Scholarship. He is also currently an Editor of Routed Magazine.
Hallam completed the MSc in Migration Studies at the University of Oxford in 2018, graduating with distinction. His MSc thesis was joint-runner up for the Border Criminologies Master’s dissertation prize. Before starting graduate school he served as Legal Initiatives Associate at the New York Immigration Coalition, and as a community organizer at a refugee resettlement program in Syracuse, NY. He completed his undergraduate degree in History at the University of Edinburgh.