This event is now fully booked. We have overbooked to allow for dropouts so will not be holding a waiting list.
This one-day conference will showcase innovative ways of doing and communicating criminological research via visual methods, arts and documents and the positioning of the researcher therein.
Since its inception, researching women in criminology has demanded careful and critical attention to issues of power and politics. We intend that this one-day event continues this critical tradition by tackling questions such as: how can we make research that is meaningful? How can research representations contest marginalisation, stigmatisation and injustice? How can innovative and creative approaches to research help us better capture intransigent concepts like justice or harm?
Marisa Silvestri (Kent)
Panel 1: Film and Photo.
Wendy Fitzgibbon (Leicester); Tara Young (Kent) and Susie Hulley (Cambridge); Shona Minson (Oxford); Camille Stengel (Greenwich)
Panel 2: Arts and Multi-Media.
Jo Deakin (Manchester); Magali Peyrefitte (Middlesex), Fay Dennis (Goldsmiths)
Panel 3: Words and Documents.
Alpa Parmar (Oxford) and Coretta Phillips (LSE); Tanya Serisier (Birkbeck); Jennifer Fleetwood (Goldsmiths)
Panel 4: Researchers and Selves
Rachel Stuart (Kent); Alex Fanghanel (Greenwich); Hannah Mason-Bish (Sussex); Ross McGarry (Liverpool)
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When and where
9.45am - 5.00pmFriday 12th April 2019