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2019 Prisons Research Centre - Annual Research Conference

last modified Nov 22, 2019 11:36 AM
On Thursday 17 - Friday 18 October the Prisons Research Centre held their annual research conference: 'Values, methods and quality in prisons research: developing deep structures of practice'.

The aim of this, now regular, conference is to inspire a loose community of prison scholars from many different countries to think and talk together about some of the most important but somewhat under-articulated aspects of our work, based around a series of themed presentations and panels.

The panels included Paddy Wivell, talking about clips from his powerful documentary series filmed at Durham prison; Richard Harding and Richard Sparks revisiting the question of whether private prisons can be legitimate; Kristian Mjaland, David Maguire and Jamie Bennett reflecting on complex research identities; and many more. Our ongoing dialogue about the process, purpose, direction and professional challenges of good prisons research generated much energy and insight and built on many ongoing collaborations.

 2019 Prison Research Centre Annual Research Conference

 

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