Dr Emma Katz
SENIOR LECTURER IN CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH
Childhood and Youth
0151 291 3513
Dr Emma Katz researches the impacts of domestic violence and abuse on children and young people, exploring coercive control, agency, resistance, recovery and mother-child supportiveness in domestic abuse contexts.
Dr Emma Katz's research is:
- Internationally acclaimed, winning two awards â€“ Wiley Prize for best paper published in Child Abuse Review 2015â€“18 (First Prize); Corinna Seith Prize, best publication as judged by Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE). (Both awards received for 2016 Child Abuse Review article 'Beyond the Physical Incident Model'.)
- Cited in government policy (UK and Australia) and extensively by organisations and practitioners
- A REF2021 Impact Case Study
Dr Emma Katz can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for:
- invitations to share her research via the media and at conferences and events
- emails from people seeking a supervisor for a PhD on domestic violence and abuse, or other gender-based violence issues
Follow on Twitter @DrEmmaKatz
At Liverpool Hope University, Dr Emma Katz leads the final year of BA (Hons) Childhood and Youth, teaching popular courses on domestic abuse, gender and sexuality, and trauma and mental health.
Winner of 3 'Hope Stars' â€“ Liverpool Hope University's award for teaching excellence, voted for by students.
Prior to joining Liverpool Hope, completed an ESRC-funded PhD at the University of Nottingham, as well as an MA Research Methods (Distinction) and a BA (Hons) Sociology (First Class), University of Nottingham.
Katz, Emma (expected in early 2022) Coercive Control in Children's and Mothers' Lives. New York: Oxford University Press.