All Souls Seminar Series - Upcoming

Trinity Term 2023-24

The All Souls Seminars occur every two weeks during term. They are a vital part of the Centre’s intellectual culture and an opportunity for staff and students to engage first hand with new work from the best criminologists from around the world. Since the pandemic we have been recording most of the presentations and making them available on YouTube; where possible we also invite alumni and members of the public to attend either in person or online.  Please see below this term's series. You will also find links to recent recordings.

All seminars will take place in Wharton Room, All Souls College, 15:30pm – 17:00pm.  Refreshments will be available from 15:00pm.

Registration is required & can be accessed via our events webpage.

Week 1, 25th April Malcolm Thorburn, University of Toronto, Canada - What Kind of Order do we Want? Policing, Governance, and the Public Point of View

Week 3, 9th May Arushi Garg, University of Cambridge, UK - ‘Doing and undoing feminism in Delhi's rape trial courts’

Week 5, 23rd May Leila Ulrich, University of Oxford, UK - ‘Book launch of The Blame Cascade: Justice for Victims at the International Criminal Court’ (Oxford University Press, 2024).

All of the above events will be followed by a drinks reception at All Souls College directly after the Q&A.

Annual Roger Hood Lecture –

Week 6, 30th May Beatrice Jauregui, University of Toronto - Unsettling States: From Civilizing Security to Decolonizing Police in the Anglosphere, and Beyond

Please note this will take place in English Lecture Theatre 2, St Cross Building, from 5-6:30pm followed by a drinks reception.

It will be an in-person only event & registration is required.




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