In this special podcast episode we got four amazing criminologists together to discuss the question, ‘is there life after state punishment?’
Professor Fergus McNeill and Dr Marguerite Schinkel from the University of Glasgow are joined by Dr Reuben Jonathan Miller, University of Chicago and Professor Shadd Maruna, Queen’s University Belfast.
This episode was also filmed so if you’d prefer to watch the conversation head over to the SCCJR YouTube channel.
A special thank you to Sean H and Donna Maciocia for supplying their song ‘Rewind‘ taken from the EP ‘Looking at Colours Again’ which is part of the Distant Voices project at Vox Liminis.
Photo by Matthew Ansley on Unsplash
We used to say look at the stars to feel how small you are, today we need just look at our phones. As we type into them the network pulses and our secrets are hoarded by the algorithm. We must ask, are we human or are we data?
Some of us have started to return to the office and in doing so we are relearning how to connect with our colleagues and professional networks.
SCCJR besties Lisa and Nughmana first met when doing their PhD's at the University of Glasgow and soon found they had a lot in common; their research interests, having busy home lives with young kids, wanting to do academia differently and a shared love of chatting over cake and coffee.
Our colleague, or should that be 'sister' of SCCJR, Dr Cara Jardine, Senior Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, joins our host Ali Fraser to help kick off Season 2 of the Just Humans podcast.