Crime and Justice Research Cluster Seminar Series (8th October 2008)

Crime and Justice Research Cluster Seminar Series


University of Stirling

Colin Bell Building, Room 3S15 (common room) Wednesday 8 October at 2pm

Bill Munro, Dept of Applied Social Science


Beyond Domestic Law
A presentation and discussion on legitimation and criminalisation relating to European transitions to justice. 

All welcome (Tea and Coffee available)


Stirling University Crime and Justice Research Cluster aims to consolidate the development of research in the areas of criminology and social justice across the University of Stirling. This collaborative opportunity will support the establishment of theoretical, philosophical and methodological approaches to Crime and Justice by creating an inter-disciplinary research cluster which can build on existing expertise at the University of Stirling. The research cluster will enhance the development of research and knowledge transfer activities within criminology and criminal justice in Scotland, and ensure that the University of Stirling has a leading profile in these areas.

For further information on this seminar series please e-mail: Margaret Malloch, University of Stirling: