Kadija Lodge-Tulloch

photo of Kadija Lodge-Tulloch
PhD student, 2018




Research Interests

offender reentry, corrections, reintegration, post-release programs.


Supervisor: Scot Wortley


University of Toronto, Toronto, ON June 2016
Honors Bachelor Degree of Science in Psychology and Criminology

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON Oct. 2018
Masters Degree of Arts in Criminology & Sociolegal Studies


Kadija Lodge-Tulloch is currently a doctoral student at the Centre of Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto. She is interested in reintegration programming, restorative justice and offender reentry. Her desire is to bring awareness to issues surrounding post-incarceration reintegration programming for marginalized and racialized individuals. Through her academic endeavors, her aim is to develop policy-relevant Canadian scholarship around this issue, thus contributing to the development of evidence-based program design and evaluation strategies that addresses the needs of this population.


Lodge-Tulloch, K. (2018, March) A Questionable System of Penal Reform in Canada: A Historical Approach to Understanding Rehabilitation for Ex-Offenders. Paper presented at Rethinking Law, Criminal Justice Policy, and Regulation Graduate Student Conference, Toronto, ON.