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 2022-2023 (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 (email@example.com) and Associate Professor Irene Zempi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
List of C&CJ research seminars for academic year 2022-23
14 December 2022, 1pm-2pm
Dr Tine Munk
Abdulaziz Ahmed Ibrahim
“Without You”. Visual Symbols and Memes in the Ukrainian Information War.
Spatiality of crime beyond urban context: Perspective from a developing country.
18 January 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr Jeneba Maccassey-Boimah
Victimisation risk and security device ownership.
Police Reform and Governance Processes in Transition Societies in Africa: Cote D'Ivoire and Sierra Leone Case Studies.
8 February 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr Angus Nurse
Policing Wildlife: Contemporary perspectives on Wildlife Crime.
8 March 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr Leah Cleghorn
Reinforcing Legal Hegemony: Victims’ Experiences of the Criminal Justice System in Trinidad and Tobago.
Presentation of provisional PhD idea/summary/aims and methodology for discussion and feedback.
19 April 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr Ian Mahoney
Transformative justice for women with convictions.
10 May 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr James Hunter
Tackling violence against women and girls: Using data analytics to identify neighbourhood drivers of VAWG.
7 June 2023, 1pm-2pm
Dr Angus Nurse
Animal abuse and intimate partner violence.