Dr Julian Hargreaves
Julian Hargreaves joined the Woolf Institute in January 2017 after completing a two-year post as a Research Associate in the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge.
Julian holds an MRes (Distinction) in Criminology and a PhD in Applied Social Science, both from Lancaster University. His main research interests are: British Muslim communities; issues around anti-Muslim discrimination and hate crime; relations between Muslim communities and the state; and community responses to radicalisation and extremism. These interests are pursued using mixed research methods and evidence-based approaches that include the analysis of large-scale social survey statistics alongside the use of interviews and focus groups.
Julian's recent work has been published in the British Journal of Criminology and Ethnic and Racial Studies and presented to the Royal Statistical Society.
As part of his work at the Woolf Institute, Julian teaches on the MPhil in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (specialisation: Muslim-Jewish Relations) together with the Director of Research, Dr Esther-Miriam Wagner.
Hargreaves, J. (2017). Police stop and search within British Muslim communities: Evidence from the Crime Survey 2006-2011. In preparation.
Hargreaves, J. (2016). Risk and resilience in British Muslim communities. Ethnic and Racial Studies. DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2016.1155720.
Hargreaves, J. (ed.) (2016). Anti-Muslim hate crime: Evidence-based research and practice within British Muslim communities. Cambridge: Centre of Islamic Studies.
Hargreaves, J. (2015). Half a story? Missing perspectives in the criminological accounts of British Muslim communities, crime and the criminal justice system. British Journal of Criminology, 55 (1): 19-38.
Hargreaves, J. (2015). British Muslim communities and 'everyday' hate crime. In: Yasir Suleiman (ed.). Muslims in the UK and Europe I. Cambridge: Centre of Islamic Studies. Ch.10.
Hargreaves, J. (2014). Hidden stories of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry by Richard Stone. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 14:4, 525-527.
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