Mary Bosworth is the Director of the Centre for Criminology and Director of Border Criminologies, an interdisciplinary research group focusing on the intersections between criminal justice and border control. In addition to being Professor of Criminology, she is a Fellow of St Cross College at the University of Oxford and, concurrently, Professor of Criminology at Monash University. Prof. Bosworth conducts research into the ways in which prisons and immigration detention centres uphold notions of race, gender and citizenship and how those who are confined negotiate their daily lives. Her research is international and comparative and has included work conducted in Britain, France, Greece, the US and Australia. Prof. Bosworth 's research on immigration detention has been funded by the European Research Council, the Leverhulme Trust, the British Academy, the ESRC, the Nuffield Foundation and the John Fell Fund. Further details about some of these projects can be found on the Border Criminology website . Mary is the UK Editor-in-Chief of Theoretical Criminology, a co-editor of Routledge Studies in Criminal Justice, Borders and Citizenship, and a member of the editorial boards of Race & Justice, the International Journal of Migration and Border Studies and Clarendon Studies in Criminology at Oxford University Press.
- ISBN: 9780198719441DOI: 10.1525/nclr.2017.20.1.1DOI: /doi.org/10.1177/1748895816646151ISBN: 978 1 78536 805 9DOI: 10.1525/nclr.2017.20.1.39DOI: 10.1163/15718166-12342097DOI: 10.1177/1748895816635720ISBN: 978-0-19-966939-4ISBN: 978-0-19-966939-4DOI: 10.1177/1362480612441116ISBN: 1362-4806DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2011.583789ISBN: 1362-1025ISBN: 9780415619066ISBN: 9781412924863DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azn059ISBN: 0007-0955DOI: 10.1177/0964663908089611ISBN: 0964-6639ISBN: 978-1-84392-241-4DOI: 10.1177/1462474507070553ISBN: 1741-3095ISBN: 0-8135-3904-8ISBN: 0-8135-3904-8ISBN: 0-7619-2304-7DOI: 10.1177/10778010122183766ISBN: 1552-8448DOI: 10.1177/14624740122228393ISBN: 1741-3095DOI: 10.1093/bjc/41.3.431ISBN: 1464-3529I was interviewed by a journalist in Western Australia about Australia's policies of immigration detention. This piece is also referred to on Amnesty International's Australian website about refugees. http://www.rethinkrefugees.com.au/in-the-news/dont-detain-boat-people-says-expert/briefing paper on the Migration Observatory website. This has lead to a number of requests for media interviews.primary professional magazine for entire UK public service. This two page piece summarised emerging findings from my immigration detention research.I was interviewed and quotes by the journalist author of this front page article in the New York Times on the UK immigration detention system.Presentation of research findings on the needs of foreign national prisoners to AVID's annual general meeting.I presented on my research to the quarterly meeting of immigration removal centre managers and UKBA staffI convened a meeting of visitors to Immigration removal centres, IMB, and HM Prison senior staff to discuss the needs of foreign national prisoners.
Gender, punishment, citizenship, race, prisons, immigration detention
Options taughtCriminology and Criminal Justice
News articles for Mary Bosworth31 Oct 2018
Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry into Immigration Detention12 Jun 2018
Women on the Inside: A discussion on the impact of prison on women offenders05 Feb 2018
Published: Race, Criminal Justice and Migration Control: Enforcing the Boundaries of Belonging (Oxford University Press)
Blog posts by Mary Bosworth30 Aug 2017
Change of Guard
By Carolyn Hoyle | Mary BosworthCentre for Criminology20 Dec 2016
Happy Holidays from the Centre for Criminology
By Carolyn Hoyle | Mary BosworthCentre for Criminology25 Nov 2016
'Changing Contours of Criminal Justice'
By Mary Bosworth | Carolyn Hoyle | Lucia ZednerCentre for Criminology23 Jun 2016
Oxford Centre for Criminology 50th Anniversary Campaign: Launch of the Oxford Global Criminal Justice Research Hub
By Mary BosworthCentre for Criminology02 Dec 2014
Knowledge Exchange Revisited: Knowledge Is Not Neutral and Neither Are We
By Mary BosworthCentre for Criminology