British Society of Criminology Conference 2019
Public Criminologies: Community, Conflict and Justice
2nd – 5th July 2019
The conference will explore the potential prospects for Criminology to ‘bridge the gap’ between academic criminology and public discourse. It will engage with important questions about the role and value of Criminology during a time of conflict and divergence, and hopes to provide meaningful reflections on the political realities of community, conflict and justice. The conference seeks to examine how criminologists can find and use their voice to articulate for collective good in an insecure world.
Taking place in 2019, the conference will explore what it means to conceptualise Criminology as a civic enterprise and address how criminologists might address issues of power, marginalisation, intersectionality and justice in the 21st Century.
* Call for Abstracts opens: Monday 7th January 2019* Early Bird registration opens: Monday 21st January 2019* Abstracts closes: Friday 17th May 2019* Early bird registration closes: Friday 17th May 2019
* Abstract-notification of decision: Within 1 month of submission
* Registration closes: Friday 21st June 2019
* Postgraduate Conference opens: Tuesday 2nd July 2019
* Main Conference opens: Wednesday 3rd July 2019
* Conference Closes: Friday 5th July 2019
The conference will be hosted by the University of Lincoln’s School of Social and Political Sciences and will take place in the vibrant waterside Brayford Pool campus located within minutes of the city centre in Lincoln. The conference will be split into two sections, with a postgraduate conference taking place between July 2nd – 3rd July, before the main conference runs July 3rd – 5th July.
The British Society of Criminology Conference 2019 will be relevant to both UK and international delegates, from academic and practice-based backgrounds, with an interest in: Criminology, Criminal Justice, Socio-legal Studies, Social Policy, Law, Human Rights, Psychology and Sociology.
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