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Trinity 2021

Kidnapping in the US-Mexico Borderlands: Citizen Responses and the 'Intimacy-Distance Paradox'
Prof. Conor O’Reilly
University of Leeds 

Do prisons make people angry, alienated and dangerous? Reflections on findings and frustrations
Prof. Alison Liebling
University of Cambridge

Sexual violence and the boundaries of the nation: formulating anti-racist feminist responses to violence against women within ethnic minority communities
Dr. Kiran Grewal
Goldsmiths, University of London

Hilary 2021

Prison’s Palette: Theorising the Relationship Between Punishment and Art
Dr. Anastasia Chamberlen
University of Warwick

In Place of Hate - Art and criminal justice
Edmund Clark
Artist & Photographer 

Predictive Algorithms in the Justice System: The implications of neutrality logics
Dr Pamela Ugwudike
University of Southampton

Closing Immigration Prisons, Defending Criminals.
Dr. César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández
University of Denver

Michaelmas 2020

Security labor and lawfare: subjectification and subjection of police workers in India
Prof. Beatrice Jauregui
University of Toronto

The UK and The Death Penalty Worldwide: Law, Policy, and Practice
Bharat Malkani
Law Department, Cardiff University

Advocates of Humanity: Human Rights NGOs in International Criminal Justice
Dr Kjersti Lohne
University of Oslo

Victims of Domestic Violence and Restorative Justice: Some notes from the “Periphery” to the “World Centres"
Dr Fernanda Fonseca

Trinity Term 2020

Understanding the Barriers to Defendant Participation in Criminal Proceedings
Dr Abenaa Owusu-Bempah
LSE

The Safety Relation - Risk, Prevention and Conditional Citizenship in Post-welfare Societies
Lucia Zedner
University of Oxford