I joined the Criminology team at LJMU in September 2011 having previously taught at the University of Central Lancashire. I was awarded a competitive scholarship by the University of Central Lancashire to undertake my PhD research and I was awarded my PhD in 2011. My doctoral thesis examined how multiple intersections of identity impact upon the experience of, and theoretical, political and practical responses to, violence against ethnicised women. These ideas, and others, are developed in my current research interests and activities, which include: the Policing of women, women’s involvement in social movements, women’s experiences of sexual coercion and violence, and the formation of identity and subjectivity. Alongside this, I have a keen interest in intersectional theory, critical social theory, feminist theory and processes of social control and abjection. I am Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion (with Professor Joe Sim).
2011, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, PhD
2003, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, First Class BA (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Justice
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University, 2011 - present
Lecturer in Criminology, University of Central Lancashire, 2003 - 2011
Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. Fracking and state violence >Link
Monk HL, Sim J. 2017. Introduction Monk HL, Sim J. Women, Crime and Criminology The Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion, LJMU, and EG Press Limited, London.. Liverpool and London.
Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. Fracking and State Violence The Violence of Austerity Pluto. London
Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. ‘Going all out for shale’: Fracking as Primitive Accumulation Wall T, Jackson W, Saberi P. DESTROY, BUILD, SECURE: READINGS ON PACIFICATION Red Quill. Ottawa, Canada
Conference Publication (journal proceedings)
Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2016. Defining the ‘legitimate protester’: Policing anti-fracking protests and the contingent nature of the right to protest in the UK British Society of Criminology Conference
Monk HL. 2015. The Construction of Gendered Political Subjects: Policing Women and Girls at Anti-fracking Protests
Monk HL. 2015. Crimes of the Powerful: Policing Women and Girls at Anti-fracking Protests
Jackson WH, monk H. 2014. Gendering pacification: policing women and girls at anti-fracking protests
Jackson WH, Monk H. 2014. Report on the Policing of the Barton Moss Community Protection Camp
Gilmore, J, Jackson, WH, Monk, H. 2016. Keep Moving! Report on the Policing of the Barton Moss Community Protection Camp, November 2013-April 2014.
Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2016. Pacifying Disruptive Subjects: Police violence and anti-fracking protests Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 2
Jackson WH, Monk H. 2014. Police violence at anti-fracking protests: pacifying disruptive subjects Criminal Justice Matters, 98 :12-13 >DOI
Jackson WH, Gilmore J, Monk H. Policing unacceptable protest in England and Wales: A case study of the policing of anti-fracking protests Critical Social Policy, >DOI
Gilmore J, Jackson WH, Monk H. ‘That is not facilitating peaceful protest. That is dismantling the protest’: anti-fracking protesters’ experiences of dialogue policing and mass arrest Policing and Society, >Link
Engagement & Impact
Title of qualification gained: HEA Fellow