Dr Evgenia Korkodeilou
I joined the Department of Sociology at Durham University as a Teaching Fellow in Criminology in 2018. I have previously worked as a Lecturer in Criminology at Sheffield University (2015/16) and Salford University (2016/17) where I convened undergraduate and postgraduate modules on gender-based violence, victimisation, crime and criminal justice system. Since joining the department I became member of the Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse (CRiVA) and currently co-convene the ‘Gender, Violence and Abuse’ and ‘Theorising Crime and Criminal Justice’ postgraduate modules and deliver the criminology-related workshops for second-year ‘Research Methods in Action’ module.
My doctoral thesis explored stalking and harassment victimisation documenting the effects and criminal justice system responses to this type of abuse based on victims/survivors’ accounts and experiences. My research interests include interpersonal abuse and related harms, violence against women, victimology/victimisation, criminological (qualitative) research methods, substance use and interpersonal violence.
In addition to this, I have also developed my research scholarship and expertise by publishing in journals such as the British Journal of Criminology (BJC) and International Review of Victimology (IRV) and acting as an external PhD examiner for professional doctorates in forensic psychology.
Korkodeilou, J. (2017) ‘No Place to Hide’: Stalking victimisation and its psycho-social effects’, International Review of Victimology, 23 (1), pp. 17-32.
Korkodeilou, J. (2016) ‘Stalking Victims, Victims of Sexual Violence and Criminal Justice System Responses: Is there a difference or just ‘business as usual’?’, British Journal of Criminology, 56 (2), pp. 256-273.
Korkodeilou, J. (2014) ‘Dealing with the unknown: Learning from stalking victims’ experiences’, Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 16 (4), pp. 253-268.
- Interpersonal abuse
- Stalking/harassment victimisation
- Emotional abuse,
- Violence against women
- Substance use and interpersonal violence
- Qualitative research methods
- Comparative criminology