Visiting Research FellowFocus: Data Storytelling, EthnographyEmail: Martin.Glynn@bcu.ac.ukTel: (876) 927-1020Fax: (876) 927-2409Vertical Tabs BioDr Martin Glynn is an experienced and internationally renowned criminologist, educator, theatre director, and dramatist with over 35 years' experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings. As a writer Martin has written for BBC 1's Casualty, had radio drama's produced for BBC Radio 4, written and directed numerous theatre productions, published many poetry books, alongside developing a growing reputation as an author of children's books. His new book ‘Speaking Data and Telling Stories: Data Verbalization for Researchers' is published by Routledge (2019). Academic ProfileBirmingham City University – Lecturer in Criminology, (2015-Present). Birmingham City University – Visiting Lecturer, (2010 – 2014). University College Birmingham – External Examiner for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in youth/community/families within the School of Education and Community, (2014). University of Wolverhampton - Honorary Research Fellow/Research Assistant, (2013– 2014). Birmingham City University – Module Leader/Lecturer - BA Hons - Children and Integrated Professional Care – Youth Crime Module, (2010-2014). University of Wolverhampton – Lecturer - Professional Doctoral Programme, (2013-2014). University of Birmingham – Lecturer– BA Sociology - Race and Ethnicity, (2013). Newman University (Birmingham) – Lecturer - BA - Youth and Community Work - Research Methods, Youth Crime, Race and Crime, (2011 – 2013). EducationPhD - Birmingham City University (UK) Centre for Applied Criminology (2013) MA - Birmingham City University (UK) Centre for Applied Criminology (2005) Certificate in Education - Nottingham Trent University (1984) DES No.RP83/74666 T5/T6 (Production Engineering). Nottingham Trent University (1977-1978) T1-T4 (Mechanical Engineering). Peoples College of Further Education (Nottingham) (1973-1976) PublicationsBooks: Glynn, M (2019) Speaking Data and Telling Stories: Data Verbalization for researchers, London: Routledge. Glynn, M (2019) The Participatory Educators Toolkit, BCU: Birmingham. Glynn, M (2014) Black Men, Invisibility, and Desistance from crime: Towards a Critical Race Theory from Crime, London: Routledge.