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Doctor Grace Di Meo

Dr Grace Di Meo

Teaching Fellow in Digital Humanities

Research interests

  • Digital humanities
  • Historical criminology
  • Social history

More research

Accepting applications from PhD students.


Address: B65, Avenue Campus, Highfield Road, SO17 1BF (View in Google Maps)


As Teaching Fellow in Digital Humanities, my teaching focuses on critical data studies and computational approaches to humanities research. My wider research falls broadly under the fields of historical criminology and social history, with my work exploring crime, justice and gender in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain. I am particularly interested in the application of computational and statistical methods to the study of criminal history, my latest research project having used social network analysis techniques to uncover twentieth-century organised crime networks.

Outside of academia, I have professional experience of working in the data analytics industry. In my previous role within a global risk consultancy, I employed data science and analytics methods – including programming, quantitative analysis and database design – to assess environmental, political and human rights risks. I also currently volunteer as Project Manager for Statistics Without Borders, a non-profit organisation which provides statistical consulting services to other charities across the globe.

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