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Dr Amy Duvenage


Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

Amy Duvenage


Amy is a lecturer in criminology in the Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences. She has an English Literature MA and a PhD from Kingston University. Before joining Solent, Amy taught across a range of courses in both further and higher education. 

Amy’s teaching and research is interdisciplinary, intersecting across several disciplines including criminology, gender studies, literature, and sociology. She has a particular interest in gender theory, decoloniality, intersectionality and thought from the Global South.

She has published several articles and has peer reviewed for The Journal of Commonwealth Literature. She is currently working on an undergraduate textbook that introduces undergraduates to theory-work from the Global South. 

Further information

Amy’s teaching includes modules such as gender and crime, introduction to criminological theory, research methods and victimology. She has also taught on a range of undergraduate modules at other universities and on several further education courses.

Taught courses

BA (Hons) Criminology

If you are curious about crime and justice with ambitions to shape society, this degree opens career opportunities in a range of roles across prisons and court services, policing, or investigation.

BSc (Hons) Criminal Investigation with Psychology

Understanding the motives behind criminal behaviour is key in investigating crime to explain criminality and to deliver justice.

BSc (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

Explore the world of crime and get behind the psychology of criminology and social justice, on this BPS-accredited degree.