Dr Hannah Bows
assistant professor in criminal law, Durham Law School, Durham University; deputy director, Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse
Dr Hannah Bows is assistant professor in criminal law at Durham Law School, deputy director of the Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse. Her research interests coalesce around age, gender, socio-cultural and spatial causes of violence against women. Her recent projects include a national study of elder homicides, a separate national study exploring sexual violence against older people and a recent project examining the policing of extreme pornography. She is currently working on a project examining sexual violence at UK music festivals. Outside of academia, Hannah is the chair of Age UK Teesside and serves as a magistrate on the County Durham and Darlington bench.
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Saturday 13 October, 17:30 Frobisher Auditorium 1
Cross-examining UK rape laws