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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) […]

From the Blogs

Mind my mental rehearsal: swimming 5k to foreground a minority discourse - Marie Tidball, DPhil Candidate With three days to go until I swim (!) 5 kilometres for Mind, friends and colleagues asked me: what will motivate me on the day? The short answer is that advocating for the need for better … Continue reading
Wed, 02 Jul 2014 09:18

How a criminologist can justify watching 'Orange is the New Black' for work purposes - Shona Minson, DPhil Candidate 'Orange is the New Black', is the current Netflix must watch drama. Set in a women's prison in the U.S.A. it gives insight into prison life and the lives which the women led prior to their … Continue reading
Thu, 26 Jun 2014 12:06

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