Dr. Muzammil Quraishi
School of Health and Society
Senior Lecturer in Criminology & Criminal Justice
I joined Salford in 2002, programme leader for the MSc in The Criminal Justice Process. My research centres on racial and religious discrimination with a focus on Muslim populations, particularly within the context of prison.
Areas of research
Racism, Intersectionality, Prisons, Criminology, Islam
I teach mainly on postgraduate modules as leader of the MSc The Criminal Justice Process. My modules include Digital Criminal Justice, Investigating Homicide and Processing Criminal Justice. I also contribute to undergraduate teaching on Intersectionality & Crime, Theoretical Criminology and The Criminal Justice Process.
- Criminal justice
My research is on racial and religious discrimination using an intersectional lens. I am particularly interested in Muslim populations and crime and victimization. I have developed special interest in Muslim prisoners and will be co-investigating a project on Muslim converts in Prison with scholars at the Universities of London, Cambridge and Oxford.
- Religious and racial discrimination
- Comparative criminology
- Islamic jurisprudence
- Muslim prisoners
- Radicalisation and extremism
- British Society of Criminology
- International Cultic Studies Association.