The CJC hosting an international conference entitled 'Decolonising Criminal Justice and Penal Power: Colonial Legacies, Contemporary Problems and Subaltern Perspectives'. We are encouraging submissions in line with the themes - please email an extended abstract of no more than 800 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th March 2020.
Victor Tadros gives Lanson Lecture at CUHK Centre for Bioethics
CJC member Victor Tadros is giving a the Lanson Lecture at the CUHK Centre for Bioethics on 13th February 2020 entitled 'Treatment and Accountability'. Details of the event, including an abstract can be found here: http://bioethics.med.cuhk.edu.hk/events/13022020
Female Ex-Combatants in the IRA and the Prison Experience - Professor Azrini Wahidin gives keynote at the University of Iceland
CJC member Professor Azrini Wahidin gave a keynote at the University of Iceland on her most recent book 'Ex-combatants, Gender and Peace in Northern Ireland'. To listen to the keynote follow the below link:
Congratulations to CJC member Anastasia Chamberlen on winning the British Society of Criminology Book Award 2019
Anastasia Chamberlen (Warwick Sociology) has been awarded the prestigious BSC Book Award for her book Embodying Punishment: Emotions, Identities and Lived Experiences in Women's Prisons.
Workshop – Conflict, Power and Justice in the Global South (6-8 November 2019)
Academic knowledge about conflict, power and justice has generally been sourced from a select number of countries from the Global North, whose journals, conferences, publishers and universities dominate the intellectual landscape. In the last decades, there have been substantial efforts to undo these colonized ways of producing knowledge in this field. This three-day workshop in Colombia brings together scholars, practitioners and activists from across the globe to contribute to this task of southernizing and democratising knowledge. For further details click here.