Dr Martin Glynn is Winston Churchill Fellow, a criminologist, dramatist, screenwriter, children’s author, and data storyteller with over 40 years’ experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings. Dr Glynn is currently a lecturer in criminology at Birmingham City University.
Glynn, M (2023) Creative Pedagogies: A Handbook for HE professionals, St Albans: Critical Publishing.
Glynn, M (2022) Invisible Voices:The Black Presence in Crime and Punishment in the UK (1750-1900), London: Routledge.
Glynn, M (2021) Beyond the Wall: Black Art and the Criminological Imagination, Bristol: Policy Press.
Glynn, M (2019) Speaking Data and Telling Stories: Data Verbalization for researchers, London: Routledge.
Glynn, M (2014) Black Men, Invisibility, and Desistance from crime: Towards a Critical Race Theory from Crime, London: Routledge.
Lifetime Achievement Award (Roots 40+) (2023)
Lifetime Achievement Award (Equal Equity and the National Youth Agency (2022)
Lifetime Achievement Award Birmingham’s Multicultural Business and Community Champions Awards (2022)