Stacy Banwell Greenwich University, UK
Dr Stacy Banwell is
Principal Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Greenwich, and Programme Leader of MSc Criminology, Gender, and Sexualities, University of Greenwich.
Stacy's background is in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and her current research interests are:
- Gender and the violence(s) of war armed conflict, including the relationship between war/armed conflict and climate insecurity.
- Gender and economic foreign policy, specifically US foreign policy on abortion. Stacy is currently reviewing the impact of President Trumps revised global gag rule (GGR) and the defunding of UNFPA in humanitarian and war-affected settings.
These topics are addressed in Stacy's monograph Gender and the Violence(s) of war and armed conflict: More dangerous to be a woman? (2020). This work draws on Critical, Feminist and Visual Criminology; International Relations, Security Studies (including environmental security), Post-colonial Studies and Gender Studies. Stacy's research practice is informed by feminist standpoint theory (which she applies to both human and non-human animals) and participatory action research.