International Conference on Cultural and Global Criminology
The growth of interest and expertise in the areas of cultural and global criminology has also been reflected in different networks and venues, such as the annual conferences of the American Society of Criminology and the European Society of Criminology, the Dutch and English networks on Cultural Criminology (with six national and international conferences held in London, Amsterdam and Utrecht), and the expansion of networks and curricular programmes in the fields of Globalisation and Crime, Green Criminology, or International Security.
The conference Global Issues, Cultural Perspectives, pursues three main aims:
- To promote and disseminate the work of young (PhD) researchers working in the fields of cultural and global criminology;
- To exchange and update knowledge being produced by the growing mass of consolidated and starting researchers in the fields of global and cultural criminology, particularly in the areas of eco-crime, crimes of the powerful, transnational organized crime, international security, human rights, migration and media;
- To encourage and facilitate new partnerships at research and educational levels between individuals or institutions working in the fields of cultural and global criminology.
You are kindly invited to send panel proposals or individual paper abstracts (max. 200 words) before 1 April 2018. Presenters will be notified by 15 April 2018. Selected contributors will be invited to submit a paper after the conference for a Journal Special Issue and/or an edited book that will result from the conference. Please send your name, affiliation, address, title and abstract to: Tineke Hendrikse (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The registration fee is € 100.- and € 25.- for PhD candidates. To complete registration, please send an email to Carin Schnitger (email@example.com) before 15 April 2018 (Please mention the title of the conference, “Global Issues, Cultural Perspectives” in your email). The programme will be available mid May 2018. For additional questions, please contact Damián Zaitch (firstname.lastname@example.org).