Graeme Dunstall

Graeme Dunstall

Adjunct Senior Fellow

Research Interests

Research interests include criminal justice history with particular reference to policing and trends and patterns of recorded violence in New Zealand.

Recent Publications

  • Dunstall GC. (2008) Transient Thieves and Violent Neighbours: some implications of prosecutions during the early years of the Timaru Magistrates Court. Adelaide, Australia: 27th Annual Australian and New Zealand Law and History Conference (ANZLHS), 11-13 Dec 2008.
  • Dunstall G. (2006) Local 'Demons' in New Zealand Policing c.1900-55. In Emsley C; Shpayer-Makov H (Ed.), Police Detectives in History, 1750-1950: 157-182. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Godfrey BS. and Dunstall G. (2005) Crime and Empire 1840-1940: criminal justice in local and global context. Cullompton: Willan Publishing. 253.
  • Godfrey BS. and Dunstall G. (2005) Crime and Empire: introduction. In Godfrey B; Dunstall G (Ed.), Crime and Empire 1840-1940: criminal justice in local and global context: 1-7. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.
  • Godfrey BS. and Dunstall G. (2005) The growth of crime and crime control in developing towns: Timaru and Crewe 1850-1920. In Godfrey B; Dunstall G (Ed.), Crime and Empire 1840-1940: criminal justice in local and global context: 135-144. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.