Friday, 14 December 2018

Historical Criminology Conference 2019

Call for papers

UPDATE 19TH FEBRUARY 2019: The Call for Papers is now closed but registration for the event is now open and a provisional programme available here.

#HCNet are pleased to announce the inaugural event of the BSC Historical Criminology Network, in association with the BSC South West Branch. The conference will take place at the University of Plymouth on 9-10 April 2019. It seeks to advance the Network’s aim to promote, develop and embed historical approaches to criminology.


'Linking past and present in criminological research'


Confirmed plenary speakers include Prof Barry Godfrey (University of Liverpool) and Dr Kate Lister (Leeds Trinity University).The Historical Criminology Network invites proposals for papers discussing connections between past and present in crime and/or criminal justice (both broadly conceived). Presenters at all career stages are welcome. Papers which engage with multiple disciplinary perspectives, or which derive from interdisciplinary collaboration, are especially encouraged. Papers may address connections between past and present in a variety of ways, including (but not limited to) a focus on:



  • The historical origins of contemporary problems
  • Parallels between past and present
  • The role of history and memory in public understanding of crime and justice  
  • The status of the present as an historical period
  • The uses of history for criminological theory
  • ‘Historic’ crimes/injustices and their contemporary legacies




To submit a paper, please send a 200 word abstract to David Churchill (d.churchill [at] leeds [dot] ac [dot] uk) by Friday 8 February 2019. If you have any questions, please contact David in the first instance. 


Black and white photograph of a monument and skyline from a slightly raised position with tiny people in the foreground on an open space.
Plymouth, 1960 by Brian Clift via geograph.org CC-BY-SA-2.0


  

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