Speech

Don't confuse influence with progress

The title of this event is 'Communicating criminology'.

I want to start by offering three orientating thoughts.

First, when we talk about communicating criminology it is easy...

By 
Richard Garside
16 March 2017
News

British Journal of Criminology: free virtual issue

This week the British Society of Criminology is holding its annual conference in Liverpool.

To coincide with the conference a free virtual issue of the British Journal of Criminology (BJC) on 'Global Criminology: Prospects and Challenges' is...

7 July 2014
News

And we have a winner

Andrew Henley, a graduate teaching assistant and PhD student at Keele University, is the worthy winner of 2014 Centre for Crime and Justice Studies essay prize.

Entrants to this year's competition were asked to write an essay of between 1,400 and 1,600 words on what criminal justice...

25 June 2014
News

Criminology: White, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant?

A couple of weeks ago we published part of the conference blurb for the forthcoming British Society of Criminology conference:

'Criminology, like other core social science disciplines, reflects a tendency to over-write the metropolitan experiences of the Northern hemisphere.

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24 January 2014
News

British Society of Criminology Conference in Liverpool

Looking for an intellectual work out this summer? The British Society of Criminology annual conference in Liverpool in July might be for you.

Taking as its title 'Crime, Justice, Welfare: Can the Metropole Listen?', the conference will be looking at the scope for the criminological...