Dr Hannah Marshall

Junior Research Fellow at Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge

Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Criminology

Dr Hannah Marshall is the Lumley Junior Research Fellow in Criminology at Magdalene College. Hannah’s main areas of research interest are victimology, criminal exploitation, and youth justice. Methodologically, Hannah is particularly interested in qualitative approaches, including intersectional, critical, and participatory approaches that seek to promote equality and social justice.

Hannah’s current research focuses on the issue of child criminal exploitation (CCE) in the context of county lines drug markets in the UK. She is interested in the processes by which young people come to claim or reject the ‘victim of exploitation’ label, as well as the processes by which their status as victims emerges, or fails to emerge, within the youth justice system.

Hannah is an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is a lecturer for ‘Foundations in Criminology and Criminal Justice’, a supervisor for ‘Criminology Sentencing and the Penal System’, and teaches on research methods with participants described as “vulnerable” as part of the Social Sciences Research Methods Programme.