The Crime and Justice Research Centre (CJRC), Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, is home to distinguished international researchers and a leader in high-impact interdisciplinary criminological research. It publishes the successful Web of Science and Scimago recognised International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy; hosts the most well attended biannual criminology conference in the global south and promotes a flourishing research culture. The CJRC is trailblazing new theoretical and epistemological horizons through its work in ‘Southern Criminology’ and to further this endeavour it will co-host the 2017 Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Conference with the Asian Criminological Society’s Annual Conference.
The Crime and Justice Research Centre, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, therefore, invites applications for Scholarships in Southern Criminology, valued between $2500 and $7,500.
There are two kinds:
- Early Career Researchers in Southern Criminology; and
- Senior Fellows in Southern Criminology
The main purpose of the scholarships is to support the travel and attendance to the Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: International Conference, July 2017.
The other purpose is to support collaborative research with scholars in the Crime and Justice Research Centre on topics related to developing the projects of Southern Criminology.
The scholarships will pay for travel, accommodation and conference registration where applicable. International and domestic applicants are welcome.
Scholarships are available from September 2016 to December 2017.
How to apply:
- Provide a 250 word abstract of a paper you intend to present at the conference, or
- A 250 word abstract of a joint piece of collaborative research with one or more members of the Crime and Justice Centre.
- List the outcomes you expect to achieve as a result of the scholarship.
- Attach your CV to the application.
- Closing Date of First Round: 30 July 2016
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