EUROCRIM 2019: Ghent
The 19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology will take place in Ghent, Belgium this year.
We have a number of SCCJR staff heading to the conference which this year is titled; ‘Convergent roads, bridges and new pathways in criminology’
Hannah Graham (Stirling) is presenting two papers: one is on time, digital visual criminology and community punishment as part of a Roundtable on ‘Doing Time: A Roundtable on Temporal Issues in Punishment’ and the other paper is co-authored with Fergus McNeill (Glasgow) on ‘Resettlement, Desistance and Reintegration in Europe.’
Michele Burman and Lisa Bradley (both Glasgow) will present ‘Conflicting Definitions of Domestic Violence: The View from Scotland’ as part of a panel session titled, ‘Conflicting Definitions of Domestic Violence: Lessons from the Field in Austria, Finland, France and Scotland’.
Also attending EuroCrim 2019 is Louise Brangan (Stirling) who is presenting two papers at the European Society of Criminology conference in Ghent: One paper is on ‘The Power to Imprison: Political Culture and Comparative Imprisonment’ and the other paper is in a panel she is chairing on ‘States of Exception: Penality at the Periphery.’