Dr Emma D. Watkins is a Lecturer in Criminology at Roehampton University. She completed her PhD at the University of Liverpool, as part of the Digital Panopticon. Research interests include: life-course analysis and data-linkage, youth offending and youth justice and crime history.
Emma giving a paper at the Crime Historians Conference at The University of Edinburgh 2016
Watkins, E D (In press) Life Courses of Young Convicts Transported to Van Diemen’s Land, (London: Bloomsbury).
Watkins, E D. & Godfrey, B. (2018) Criminal Children: Researching Juvenile Offenders 1820-1920, (Pen & Sword).
Watkins, E D. (2018) ‘Transported Beyond the Seas: Criminal Juveniles’, In Nineteenth Century Childhoods in Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives, Series: Childhood in the Past Vol 6 (eds.) Baxter J E. & Ellis, M. (Oxford: Oxbow).
Alker, Z. & Watkins, E D. (2018) ‘History, life course criminology and digital methods: new directions for conceptualizing juvenile justice in Europe’ In Juvenile Justice in Europe: Past, Present and Future (ed.) Goldson, B. (Oxon: Routledge).
Watkins, E D. (2018) ‘Juvenile convicts and their colonial familial lives’, The History of the Family.
Watkins, E D. (2017) “The Criminal Class” and “Life Course Analysis”, In Companion to Crime and Criminal Justice History (eds.) Turner, J., Taylor, T., Morley, S. & Corteen, K A. (Bristol: Policy Press).