Dr Tilman Schwarze

  • Lecturer in Criminology (Sociology)

Biography

Tilman Schwarze is a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Glasgow. He initially joined the School of Social & Political Sciences as a Research Associate before starting his new role as a Lecturer in Criminology in October 2021. Tilman holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of St Andrews.

He has published on territorial stigmatisation, gang violence, and socio-spatial theory. His current research focuses on community development in gang-affected communities on Chicago's South Side, racial economy, comparative urban theory, and the criminalisation of drill music in the UK.

Tilman's current teaching focuses on qualitative research methods and introduction to Criminology at undergraduate and postgraduate level. 

 

Research interests

Production of urban space in gang-affected communities

Territorial stigmatisation

Urban growth machines

Racial economy

Relationship between crime, media, and culture in the context of the policing and criminalization of drill music in the UK

Urban sociology

Ethnography and qualitative methods

Socio-spatial theory

Publications

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Number of items: 7.

2022

Schwarze, T. and Fatsis, L. (2022) Copping the blame: the role of YouTube videos in the criminalisation of UK drill music. Popular Music, 41(4), pp. 463-480. (doi: 10.1017/S0261143022000563)

Schwarze, T. (2022) Discursive practices of territorial stigmatization: how newspapers frame violence and crime in a Chicago community. Urban Geography, 43(9), pp. 1415-1436. (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2021.1913015)

Werner, C. and Schwarze, T. (2022) From ‘Hood’ to Good – Dealing with Stigmatizing Spatial Representations in Everyday Life. In: Third International Symposium on Platial Information Science (PLATIAL’21), Enschede, the Netherlands, 15–17 Dec 2021, pp. 31-34. (doi: 10.5281/zenodo.5767182)

Schwarze, T. and Wilson, D. (2022) Silencing, urban growth machines, and the Obama Presidential Center on Chicago's South Side. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 4, 835674. (doi: 10.3389/frsc.2022.835674)

Stevenson Murer, J. and Schwarze, T. (2022) Social rituals of pain: the socio-symbolic meaning of violence in gang initiations. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 35(1), pp. 95-110. (doi: 10.1007/s10767-020-09392-2)

2021

Luger, J. and Schwarze, T. (2021) Cafés, cocktail coves, and “empathy walls”: Comparing urban and exurban everyday life through a Lefebvrian lens. Geoforum, 127, pp. 151-161. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.10.012)

Schwarze, T. (2021) Gangs, space and the state: bringing Henri Lefebvre’s spatial theory to critical gang studies. In: International Handbook of Critical Gang Studies. Routledge: United States, pp. 89-107. ISBN 9781138616110 (doi: 10.4324/9780429462443-8)

This list was generated on Sun Jan 29 14:15:17 2023 GMT.
Number of items: 7.

Articles

Schwarze, T. and Fatsis, L. (2022) Copping the blame: the role of YouTube videos in the criminalisation of UK drill music. Popular Music, 41(4), pp. 463-480. (doi: 10.1017/S0261143022000563)

Schwarze, T. (2022) Discursive practices of territorial stigmatization: how newspapers frame violence and crime in a Chicago community. Urban Geography, 43(9), pp. 1415-1436. (doi: 10.1080/02723638.2021.1913015)

Schwarze, T. and Wilson, D. (2022) Silencing, urban growth machines, and the Obama Presidential Center on Chicago's South Side. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 4, 835674. (doi: 10.3389/frsc.2022.835674)

Stevenson Murer, J. and Schwarze, T. (2022) Social rituals of pain: the socio-symbolic meaning of violence in gang initiations. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 35(1), pp. 95-110. (doi: 10.1007/s10767-020-09392-2)

Luger, J. and Schwarze, T. (2021) Cafés, cocktail coves, and “empathy walls”: Comparing urban and exurban everyday life through a Lefebvrian lens. Geoforum, 127, pp. 151-161. (doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.10.012)

Book Sections

Schwarze, T. (2021) Gangs, space and the state: bringing Henri Lefebvre’s spatial theory to critical gang studies. In: International Handbook of Critical Gang Studies. Routledge: United States, pp. 89-107. ISBN 9781138616110 (doi: 10.4324/9780429462443-8)

Conference Proceedings

Werner, C. and Schwarze, T. (2022) From ‘Hood’ to Good – Dealing with Stigmatizing Spatial Representations in Everyday Life. In: Third International Symposium on Platial Information Science (PLATIAL’21), Enschede, the Netherlands, 15–17 Dec 2021, pp. 31-34. (doi: 10.5281/zenodo.5767182)

This list was generated on Sun Jan 29 14:15:17 2023 GMT.