Janos Mark Szakolczai is a Hungarian criminologist with a background in sociology and philosophy.
Born in London, he was formed in Ireland and worked in Italy until joining as a lecturer at the University of Glasgow in 2021. His doctoral research interest lays in the cultural dynamics of everyday secretive conducts, analysing elements of invisible ‘deviance’ and technological seduction/induction to crime. He has written on secret surveillance; normalization of deviance; genealogy of private space, and war rhetoric during COVID-19. He has also published three fiction novels and short stories both in English and Italian.
Finally, he has a personal interest in anthropology and travel writing, as well as cave art and prehistoric societies and community. Any ‘off topic’ research and conversation in these fields is always welcome.
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