50th Anniversary Criminal Justice Conference: 'Criminal Justice in an Age of Austerity' by DPhil candidate Jenna Milani
In this post, Jenna reviews the final panel of the conference, concerning policing and crime in an age of austerity.
50th Anniversary Criminal Justice Conference: 'Women in Prison: Proposals for Reform' by DPhil candidate Lyndon Harris
In this post, Lyndon reviews the Women in Prison panel of our 50th anniversary Criminal Justice Conference.
50th Anniversary Criminal Justice Conference: 'Criminal Justice, Security and Human Rights' by DPhil candidate Brett Hartley
In this post, Brett reviews the first panel of our 50th anniversary Criminal Justice Conference concerning, criminal justice, security and human rights.
Annual Roger Hood Public Lecture: 'Criminal Justice, Security and the State' by Post Doctoral Researcher Sarah Turnbull and Departmental Lecturer Alpa Parmar
In this post, Sarah and Alpa review the Centre for Criminology's Annual Roger Hood Public Lecture by Professor Lucia Zedner (University of Oxford) held on 3 June 2016 at the Manor Road Building.
'Transforming Incarceration' Lecture and Drinks Reception by DPhil candidates Mia Harris and Emma Burtt
In this post, Mia and Emma review the lecture on 'Transforming Incarceration' given by Dr Stephanie Covington and hosted by Lady Edwina Grosvenor on 24 May.
‘American Penal Power: Its Forms, Functions and Social Foundations’ by DPhil candidate Gabrielle Watson
In this post, Gabrielle reviews the Centre for Criminology’s 50th Anniversary Lecture by Professor David Garland (New York University) and chaired by Professor Ian Loader (University of Oxford) held on 12 May 2016 at Corpus Christi College.
‘Counter-terrorism Legislation and Political Accountability’ by DPhil candidate Laura Tilt
In this post, Laura reviews the Centre for Criminology’s 50th Anniversary Lecture featuring David Anderson QC (Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation) in conversation with Professor Liora Lazarus (University of Oxford) held on 28 April 2016 at All Souls College.
‘The Crime and Mental Health Conference at Green Templeton College’ by DPhil candidate Laura Tilt
In this post, Laura reviews the Centre for Criminology’s Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma Conference, held on 15 March 2016 at Green Templeton College.
‘The Role of the Prosecutor at Sentencing’ by DPhil candidate Lyndon Harris
In this post, Lyndon discusses the lecture held on 3 March 2016 on the prosectutor’s role at sentencing featuring Professor Allan Manson (Queen’s University), Andrew Britton (University of Cambridge), and Paul Humpherson (6KBW College Hill) with Lord Ken MacDonald QC (Wadham College) as the discussant.
‘A Conversation on Prisons, Criminal Justice and Penal Policy’ by DPhil candidate Anna Kotova
In this post, Anna reviews the conversation between Frances Cook OBE (Chief Executive of the Howard League for Penal Reform) and Dr Jamie Bennett (Governor of HMP Grendon and Spring Hill) held on 18 February 2016.
‘The Myth of Mob Rule: Violent Crime and Democratic Politics’ by DPhil candidate Sylvia RichIn this post, Sylvia reviews the seminar by Professor Lisa Miller (Rutgers University), ‘The Myth of Mob Rule: Violent Crime and Democratic Politics,’ held on 4 February 2016.
‘Crime, Criminology, and Criminal Justice in 1966’ by DPhil candidate Dominic AitkenIn this post, Dominic discusses the seminar, ‘In the Beginning: Crime, Criminology and Criminal Justice in 1966,’ with Professor David Downes, Professor Tim Newburn, and Professor Paul Rock (London School of Economics) and chaired by Professor Roger Hood, held on 21 January 2016.