Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Seminars
The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice Research (C&CJ) Seminar Series welcomes internal and external academics as well as doctoral students to discuss their latest research.
This is the list of research seminars for the academic year 2020-2021 (taking place on Microsoft Teams). For more information (or if you would like to present and/or attend future events) please contact the C&CJ research seminars convenors, Associate Professor Becky Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr Irene Zempi (email@example.com).
List of C&CJ research seminars for academic year 2020-21
12th May 2021
Associate Professor Becky Thompson & Dr Irene Zempi (introduction)
Associate Professor Andy Newton
Brief introduction to the CCJ seminar programme
The 168-hour crime week. An under used analysis tool
26th May 2021
Dr Claire de Motte
Ian Mahoney, Kirsty Teague & Matt Long
‘We’ll just be labelled “a whinging old fart”’: how met perceptions prevent older men in prison from accessing health and social care support
Populist and vindictive constructions of sexual offending, pluralities of violence, and the implications for criminal and social justice.
9th June 2021
What works in reducing the illegal trade in shark fins
What do the UK public need the police for?
23rd June 2021
Dr Silvia Da Mota Gomes
From prisons to communities: The re-entry process of male and female adult prisoners