Gender, Deviance and Society Research Group


Features from the Gender, Deviance and Society Research Group

Last Night a DJ Saved My Life: The Role of Drugs and Pleasure on the Dancefloor

Dr Giulia Zampini has been invited to take part in a panel at Constellations, the harm reduction international conference. For more information about the panel visit: In the Spotlight | Constellations (

GRE Awards 2021

Congratulations to Dr Stacy Banwell and Dr Camille Stengel for being recognised for their research excellence at the Greenwich Research and Enterprise Awards 2021. Dr Banwell won Outstanding Achievement in Research and Dr Stengel won Outstanding Achievement in Knowledge Exchange.

Criminology Between the Sheets: Gender Deviance and Society members host a Valentine’s Day themed book launch

As part of the University’s Scholars in the Spotlight event series, Alex Fanghanel, Emma Milne, Giulia Zampini, Stacy Banwell and Michael Fiddler hosted a book tour with a difference to launch the publication of their new textbook called Sex and Crime.


The Gender, Deviance and Society Research Group was launched!

October 22nd marked the launch of the Gender, Deviance and Society (GDS) research group at the University of Greenwich and we marked the event with an online webinar.


Senior Lecturer in Criminology addresses COVID-19 and domestic abuse during lockdown


Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Network Paper Prize 2020

We’re delighted to announce that Dr Alexandra Fanghanel from the School of Law and Criminology has come first place in the Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Network (WCCJN) Paper Prize 2020 for her paper ‘Asking for it: BDSM sexual practice and the trouble of consent’.


Research evaluates undergraduate student experience of the Inside Out Prison Exchange Programme

Greenwich scholars Dr Giulia Zampini and Dr Camille Stengel (School of Law and Criminology) were involved in a research study evaluating student experiences of undergraduate modules taught inside prisons. Both academics evaluated a prison-university partnership with HMP Swaleside (a men’s prison) and the University of Kent, who run a final year undergraduate criminology module in Swaleside for both University of Kent students and men inside the prison.