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Barry Godfrey University of Liverpool, UK

Barry Godfrey began his career at Keele University in 1995, leaving as Professor of Criminology in 2011. He was then appointed Professor of Social Justice at the University of Liverpool to research comparative and historical criminology and carry out duties as Associate Pro Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. During his career, Barry has published twenty sole- and co-authored books, edited collections of essays and edited special issues of several journals. He has an international reputation, being awarded visiting and honorary appointments at the universities of Tasmania, Western Australia, New England, and Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool. He is Inaugural Research Fellow of the Howard League for Penal Reform; and now works with researchers in North America, Australia, New Zealand, China and the Netherlands on a variety of historical and modern criminological issues.