Sana Rahim

Dr Sana Rahim



My principal research and teaching expertise are in Critical Security Studies, IR theories, understanding the dominance of the dominant discourses in crime and threats, Nuclear Weapons, Postcolonial approaches to security, and the Global South. I am particularly interested in the ‘notion of the voice’, qualitative research methods, and Critical and Global Criminology.

I am currently working on a monograph based on my doctoral thesis titled: ‘Living with Orientalism: Pakistan’s nuclear community, exclusion and othering’. Supervised by Professor Robert Dover and Dr Jamie Johnson – examined by Dr Veronique Pin-Fat and Dr Helen Dexter.


Department Of Law and Criminology

College of Social Sciences and Arts

  • Identity Diversity and Deviance
  • 21 Century Crime: Threats, Responses and Human Rights
  • CyberCrime and Society
  • Criminal Justice Realities

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