Based at the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford, Border Criminologies is an international network of researchers, practitioners, and those who have experienced border control. Founded and run by Mary Bosworth, Border Criminologies is supported by research grants from the John Fell Fund and the ESRC through their Impact Acceleration Account. Further funding is provided by Goldsmith Chambers and Garden Court Chambers. The Associate Directors -- Ana Aliverti, Vanessa Barker, Ines Hasselberg, and Alpa Parmar -- each lead specific aspects of the project while Andriani Fili is the Managing Editor of the Blog. Together with Ines Hasselberg, Rimple Mehta and Gabriella Sanchez are the Book Review editors. Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll is Artist in Residence. Niamh Quille is Student Editor in Law. Border Criminologies has institutional partnerships with the Border Crossing Observatory (Monash University), the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law (University of Oslo) and the Leiden Law School (Leiden University). Together we explore the growing interconnections between border control and criminal justice. In 2013 Border Criminologies established the first open access journal on migration, criminal justice and borders research.
Border Criminologies brings together academics, practitioners, and those who have experienced border control from around the world to better understand the effects of border control and to explore alternatives. Read our blog for current research and reviews, or explore the website for events, teaching resources, and other materials. To contribute, read our guidelines or contact our editorial team: firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe to our SSRN series that offers research papers on the intersections between criminal justice and migration control downloadable for free, visit this page.
European Border Communities
Policing the Borders Within: Law Enforcement in a Global Age
Uneven Borders: Citizenship, Mobility and Inequality
Nordic Nationalism and Penal Order: Walling the Welfare State
Immigration Detention and the Changing Nature of Penal Power
Understanding the current and future challenges of immigration detention
Immigration Detention Archive
Border Criminologies Masters' Dissertation/Thesis Prize
15 Jan 2018
Monday - 9:00AM
IMISCOE 3CI PhD Winter School ‘Migration and Urban Change'
25 Jan 2018
Thursday - 5:00PM
Race and Nation in Detention
25 Jan 2018
Thursday - 6:00PM
Allocation of Competence in Asylum Matters under International and EU law