Research Output per year
My doctoral research seeks to better comprehend the under-researched terrains of masculinity and immigration detention in the UK and explore the complex, intersectional and multiscalar gendered dynamics of identity, power and personal relations that operate in these hidden carceral spaces. By developing recent theory on masculinities and detention, the project will expand understandings of gender, transnational migration and belonging. The research design – a qualitative mixed methods engagement with people inside and outside of detention – will enable me to examine how everyday lived experiences in detention are tied to broader issues including state power and citizenship, border control and the international securitisation of migration.
I am an active member of the Gender Research Centre, The Centre for the Study of Ethnicty and Citizenship and Migration Mobilities Bristol.
I am a former organising committee member for Refugee Tales, a creative journeying project in solidarity with refugees, asylum seekers and immigration detainees.
I hold a BA in International Relations and Politics and an MA in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex.
Becoming an Immigrant? Border Harms and “British” Men with Previous Convictions in British Immigration Removal CentersGodshaw, D., 8 Aug 2020, In : Critical Criminology: An International Journal. 28, 2, p. 225–241
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)
Becoming an Immigrant: Local authority care, criminal justice and the detention of young arrivers in the UKGodshaw, D., 2018, (In preparation).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other Conference Contribution
Research output: Other contribution
Activities per year
Dan Godshaw (Advisor)
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Public talk, debate, discussion