Wednesday 15 January 2020

Call for Papers: British Society of Criminology Conference 2020

‘Criminology in an Age of Global Injustice(s)’ 

This year’s British Society of Criminology (BSC) Conference will take place at the University of Liverpool, from 7 to 10 July 2020. For more information about the conference visit the BSC Conference webpage.  

The call for papers deadline falls a little earlier than in previous years: 16 March. Members of all specialist networks of the BSC are encouraged to submit proposals for papers, panels and other kinds of session (author meets critics, roundtable discussions, etc.). #HCNet, the BSC Historical Criminology Network, is therefore asking members to please consider proposing historically-themed sessions for the Conference in 2020. 

At 2019's Conference in Lincoln, a stimulating roundtable discussion broadly on the theme of Historical Criminology was organised by #HCNet member Alex Tepperman and was very successful. Network Chair Dave Churchill is eager to re-create something similar this year, and asks anyone with ideas to get in touch with him. He is able to circulate suggestions or proposals through the network or guage interest from members on particular themes or topics. 

Email Dave at

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