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Annual Roger Hood Lecture: Friday 23rd May

The Centre for Criminology welcomed Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat to give this year's Annual Roger Hood Public Lecture […]

Centre for Criminology

Building on the successful inaugural open day last year, this year the Centre has arranged an open day to showcase research and career opportunities outside the University sector […]

Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture 2014

Friday 23 May 17:00 - Manor Road Building Lecture Theatre

Moving targets: Reputational Risk, rights and accountability in punishment - Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat,

This lecture will comment on how institutional concerns about prevention, reputational risk and human rights have produced forms of accountability that facilitate persistent, systemic problems […]

Leverhulme International Network on External Border Control

photo of Mary BosworthThe Centre for Criminology is pleased to announce the Leverhulme International Network on External Border Control lead by Mary Bosworth […]

Investigating Adolescent Violence towards Parents

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Rachel Condry (University Lecturer at the Centre for Criminology and a Fellow of St Hilda's College) has recently conducted a three-year research project on adolescent-to-parent violence funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) […]

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Forthcoming Events


October 2014

Criminology Seminar Series
Knowing what we know now. International crimes in historical perspective
Speaker: Prof Willem De Haan, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Universtiy of Amsterdam
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Centre for Criminology Informal Seminar series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Gaining and Maintaining Access, views fro the academy and the prison
Speaker: Prof Mary Bosworth & Jamie Bennett, HMP Grendon and Spring Hill
Centre for Criminology Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Lord Macdonald QC, and Keir Starmer, QC
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00

November 2014

Centre for Criminology Informal Seminar series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Researching the Bureaucratic prison
Speaker: Anna Eriksson
Centre for Criminology Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Criminology Seminar Series
Immigration Enforcement
Speaker: Prof Jennifer Chacon, School of Law, University of California
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00
Centre for Criminology Informal Seminar series - Knowledge exchange and impact
The promise and pitfalls of a statistical approach
Speaker: Dr Ben Bradford
Centre for Criminology Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Centre for Criminology Informal Seminar series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Of other Knowledge: Frictions in knowing atrocity and its (ethical) implication for exchange and dissemination
Speaker: Dr Julia Viebach
Centre for Criminology Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00

December 2014

Criminology Seminar Series
Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Sarah Forshaw QC and Matt Foot, Solicitor
All Souls College The Old Library at 15:00

January 2015

Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Conducting research with women
Speaker: Prof Mary Bosworth & Charlotte Pattison Rideout, Bronzefield Prison for Women, Sodexho
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00

February 2015

Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Victim Inclusion in the 21st Century
Speaker: Alan Cusak
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00
Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Dealing with Difference: Immigration Detention
Speaker: Prof Mary Bosworth &Paul Morrison, , Mitie
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00

March 2015

Informal Seminar Series - Knowledge exchange and impact
Cloaking rehabilitation as retribution
Speaker: Netanel Dagan
Centre for Criminology Meeting Room at 15:00


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