Ph.D. (Manc), M.St. (Cantab), LL.B. (Lond)

About Mark



Mark Littler is a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Hull. He also serves as an Associate of the London think-tank Demos and a Visting Fellow at the Teesside University Centre for Fascist, Post-Fascist and Anti-Fascist Studies.



He was previously employed as a Post-Doctoral Research Scholar at Oxford University's Blackfriars Hall, where he completed a research project exploring the relationship between faith schooling and juvenile delinquency. Prior to this he worked as a Research Associate at the University of Manchester's Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research, and held sessional teaching and research posts at Teesside University, the University of Central Lancashire, Sheffield Hallam University and Plymouth University.

His research specialisms include:

  • Crime and Security Policy
  • Religious Extremism
  • Right-wing Populism and Extremism
  • Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism
  • Counter Extremism
  • Trust in the Criminal Justice System
  • Religion and Juvenile Delinquency