The Eve Saville memorial lecture
Each year, The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies commemorates the life and work of Eve Saville and, in particular, her 31 years as General Secretary of the Institute for the Treatment and Study of Delinquency, which in 1999 became the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
Click here for a brief history of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies and the Institute for the Treatment and Study of Delinquency.
Pat Carlen gave this year's Eve Saville lecture, Against rehabilitation: For reparative justice on 6 November 2012. Click here to download the speech and presentation.
In recent years distinguished academics have delivered lectures on a range of topics, including:
- 2012 - Pat Carlen on 'Against rehabilitation: For reparative justice'
- 2011 - Susie Orbach on 'How psychoanalytic theory can be used in social policy'. The paper based on the lecture can be found here.
- 2010 - There was no Eve Saville lecture in 2010 due to the Centre moving offices and preparing for our 80th anniversary year in 2011
- 2009 - Professor David Nutt on drugs and social harms in society. The transcript of this was developed into our publication Estimating Drug Harms.
- 2008 - Inequality: The obstacle between us - Professor Richard Wilkinson, University of Nottingham Medical School
- 2007 - Has liberal criminology `lost'? - Professor Ian Loader, University of Oxford
- 2006 - Crime, Poverty and Place - Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sheffield
- 2005 - Privatisation and Punishment: A Perilous Partnership? (MS/Word (.doc), 77KB) - Professor Tim Newburn, London School of Economics
Click here for a short biography of Eve Saville.