Criminology Research Seminar Series
UNE's Criminology discipline presents several research seminars each year. Members of the public are also welcome to attend.
|12pm 28 April 2016||Paul Barratt Lecture Theatre, Psychology Building, UNE||Dr Helena Menih|
|4 August 2016||Oorala Lecture Theatre, UNE||Dr Alyce McGovern||'Just Waitin' For a Mate': Police Reality Television as a Public Relations Strategy|
|30 September 2016||Oorala Lecture Theatre, UNE||Dr Samantha Jeffries||Exploring women's and men's pathways to imprisonment in Thailand: ethical, practical and theoretical challenges (contact Matthew Allen for details)|
Individual abstracts can be found by following the link on the seminar title.
|28 April 2015||Dr Garner Clancey, Sydney Law School, University of Sydney||Contemporary Crime Trends and Crime Prevention|
|19 May 2015||Christina Kenny, PhD candidate, Australian National University||She's not a witch, she's just a very naughty woman: Embodied resistance in the Colony of Kenya and the case of Mekatilili|
|14 September 2015||Steve Bradshaw, retired Assistant Commisioner, NSW Police||Policing the Outback|
|6 October 2015||Dr Matthew Allen, Lecturer in Historical Criminology, UNE||Sober and Orderly? A Short History of Policing Public Drunkenness in New South Wales|