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Institute of Criminology


Prison? a talk with Charlie Ryder
Speaker:Charlie Ryder
Thursday 24 November 2011

Doing Probation Work in Turbulent Times: A case of edgework, organisational cynicism and expedience?
Speakers:Professor Anne Worrall & Dr Rob Mawby
Thursday 10 November 2011

The Decline and Fall of Lawyers in the House of Commons and what it means for British Politics
Speaker:David Howarth
Wednesday 9 November 2011

Crime and Migration:The Australian Experience
Speaker:Professor Ronald Francis
Thursday 27 October 2011

Exploring Violence Committed by Women: Karla Homolka as a Case Study
Speaker:Professor Sylvie Frigon
Thursday 13 October 2011

Victims of Terrorism in Israel:. The Role of Restorative Justice
Speaker:Professor Uri Yanay
Wednesday 24 August 2011

Putting the Offender Back into Public Opinion:The Implications of a Study of the Public’s Sense of Justice
Speaker:Austin Lovegrove
Wednesday 24 August 2011

Is Probation Still Possible?14th Annual Bill McWilliams Memorial Lecture
Speaker:Professor Peter Raynor
Wednesday 22 June 2011

Origins, Development and Prevention of Chronic Physical Aggression: From Criminology to Obstetrics and Epigenetics - 14th Annual Nigel Walker Lecture
Speaker:Professor Richard E. Tremblay
Thursday 2 June 2011

Monitoring for human rights in places of detention NPMs and IMBs  'How effective are they in securing human rights?'
Speaker:Dr Bronwyn Naylor
Wednesday 18h May 2011

Dirty Anthropology: Epistemologies of Violence and Ethical Entanglements in Police Ethnography
Speaker:Dr Beatrice Jauregui
Monday 16 May 2011

Adolescent Friendship Networks, Delinquency, and Substance Use: Findings from the PROSPER Peers Project
Speaker:Professor D. Wayne Osgood
Thursday 12 May 2011

Rationing Relationships: Street-Level Bureaucrats and the Search for Professional Status?
Speaker:Geoff Page, Ph.D. Candidate
Thursday 12 May 2011

Neurocriminology: Neuroethical and Neurolegal Implications
Speaker:Professor Adrian Raine
Thursday 5 May 2011

It's nature AND nurture:Integrating biological factors to social learning theory
Speaker:Bryanna Hahn, Ph.D. Candidate
Thursday 5 May 2011

2011 Lent Term Seminars

A Panel Debate on Prison Privatisation
Wednesday 16 March 2011

Sentencing for Murder: Exploring Public Knowledge and Opinion
Speaker:Professors Barry Mitchell & Julian Roberts
Thursday 10 March 2011

Work and Crime: Mechanisms of Desistance
Speaker:Professor Julie Horney
Thursday 3 March 2011

Total Incapacitation: The Emergence of an Exceptional Penal Rationale and its Consequences for Imprisonment
Speaker:Professor Jonathan Simon
Thursday 24 February 2011

Postmodern Penality Under Scrutiny
Speaker:Ruth Armstrong & Tiffany Bergin
Thursday 24 February 2011

Risk and Treatment Assessment Research in Spain
Speaker:Professor Santiago Redondo et al
Friday 18 February 2011

Triple Risk for Delinquency and Crime Model (TRDm): A New Integrative Theory of Criminal Behaviour
Speaker:Professor Santiago Redondo
Thursday 17 February 2011

Research on the Criminalisation of Migrant Women
Speaker:Dr Liz Hales
Tuesday 15 February 2011

Psychopathy and Socio-legal Studies: Disorder of Language and Language of Disorder
Speaker:Dr William Watson
Thursday 3 February 2011