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Dr Lisa Long
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Dr Lisa Long

Senior Lecturer

Leeds School Of Social Sciences


About 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.

Current Teaching

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.

Selected Publications

Journal articles (1)

Books (1)

  • Long LJ (2018) Perpetual Suspects: A Critical Race Theory of Black and Mixed-Race Experiences of Policing. Springer.

Conference contributions (5)

  • Long LJ (2018) Black and Mixed-Race peoples experiences of policing as the victim of crime 25/06/2014.
  • Long LJ (2017) Becoming the (un)Victim: Policing Racialized Victims of Crime Sheffield Hallam University 05/07/2017.
  • Long LJ (2016) Policing through ideologies of gender: Hegemonic white masculinity and the threat of the big black man University of Sheffield 24/05/2016.
  • Long L (2015) Still 'Policing the Crisis'? Black and Mixed 'Race' Peoples Experiences of Policing Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 15/04/2015.
  • Long LJ (2013) Still'Policing the Crisis'?: Black and Black and White Mixed 'Race' Experiences of Policing in an Unequal Society 12/09/2013.
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