Dr Lisa Long
Dr Lisa Long is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology. She joined Leeds Beckett University in 2015 and has taught on a range of Criminology modules.
Her research interests include 'race' and racism(s), inequalities in the Criminal Justice System and Critical Race Theory/Criminology. Lisa was awarded her doctorate in 2016 by University of Leeds. Her monograph, 'Perpetual Suspects: A Critical Race Theory of Black and Mixed-Race Experiences of Policing', is recently published with Palgrave Macmillan.
Dr Long leads Race, Crime and Social Exclusion and co-leads Policing and Social Control at level 5. She also contributes to the MSc. Criminology and supervises research projects across all levels of study.
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Long LJ (2018) Perpetual Suspects: A Critical Race Theory of Black and Mixed-Race Experiences of Policing. Palgrave Macmillan.
Long LJ (2018) Black and Mixed-Race peoples experiences of policing as the victim of crime. 25 June 2014 - 26 June 2014.
Long LJ (2017) Becoming the (un)Victim: Policing Racialized Victims of Crime. In: British Society of Criminology Conference 2017 Forging Social Justice: Local Challenges, Global Complexities, 5 July 2017 - 7 July 2017, Sheffield Hallam University.
Long LJ (2016) Policing through ideologies of gender: Hegemonic white masculinity and the threat of the big black man. In: Policing, Race and Legitimacy, 24 May 2016 - 25 May 2016, University of Sheffield.
Long L (2015) Still 'Policing the Crisis'? Black and Mixed 'Race' Peoples Experiences of Policing. In: BSA Annual Conference 2015 - Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression?, 15 April 2015 - 17 April 2015, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.
Long LJ (2013) Still'Policing the Crisis'?: Black and Black and White Mixed ‘Race’ Experiences of Policing in an Unequal Society. 12 September 2013.