SCCJR Festival 2021

 

The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research has organised a festival of events from 24 November 2021.

While we would have loved to have welcomed everyone in person all of these seminars and workshops will take place via Zoom. Please register using the individual eventbrite pages and a Zoom link will be sent a few days ahead of your event.


Scottish Justice Fellows Platform  
Wednesday 24th November, 3.30 – 4.15pm
The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR), Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) and Scottish Government are delighted to invite you along to our inaugural platform event for Scottish Justice Fellows.

The scheme invited recent PhD graduates to work with academic and policy mentors to convert their findings into briefing papers and other multi-media formats.

In this event we will hear from our first five fellows, Kirsty Deacon, Shane Horgan, Fern Gillon, Annie Crowley and Emma Forbes, summarising their cutting-edge research and chatting about the scheme with Professor Laura Piacentini (University of Strathclyde), Professor Denise Martin (University of Abertay) and Amy Wilson (Head of Justice Analytical Services, Scottish Government).

Register here Scottish Justice Fellowship Launch 2021 Tickets, Wed 24 Nov 2021 at 15:30 | Eventbrite


Dr Louise Brangan Book Launch, ‘The Politics of Punishment’ 
Thursday 25th November, 3pm
Prisons are everywhere. Yet they are not everywhere alike. How can we explain the differences in cross-national uses of incarceration? The Politics of Punishment explores this question by undertaking a comparative sociological analysis of penal politics and imprisonment in Ireland and Scotland.

Register here SCCJR Seminar: The Politics of Punishment Book Launch Tickets, Thu 25 Nov 2021 at 15:00 | Eventbrite


Dr Martin Cathcart Frödén Book Launch, ‘A Circular Argument’
Friday 26th November, 3pm
Uniquely combining two parts, one critical in the form of a research piece, and the other creative in the form of a fictional novel, this ground-breaking book spans creative writing, criminology and architecture to look at the ways in which power and hierarchies are explored and exploited in space.

Register here SCCJR Seminar: A Circular Argument Book Launch Tickets, Fri 26 Nov 2021 at 15:00 | Eventbrite


If you have any questions about these events please contact our Communications Officer, rachelle.cobain@glasgow.ac.uk