The Crime and Justice Research Centre has awarded four successful international applicants with scholarships in southern criminology.
The main purpose of the scholarships are to support the travel and attendance to the Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: International Conference in July 2017, and to support collaborative research with CJRC scholars on topics related to developing the projects of Southern Criminology.
The four successful applicants and their winning abstract titles are:
- Dr Leon Moosavi, Director of the University of Liverpool in Singapore: “The Criminological Significance of Syed Hussein Alatas for the Global South and Beyond”
- Dr Marília de Nardin Budó, Lecturer, University of Barcelona: “Environmental and occupational corporate crime in the asbestos case: exporting harm from Global North to Global South”
- Professor Patricia Faraldo Cabana, University of A Coruna (Spain): “Scientific excellence and Anglophone dominance”
- Professor Camila Prando, University of Brazil: “The margins of Critical Criminology: the reinscription of the “Other colonial”
Congratulations to the round 2 scholarship winners! We look forward to seeing you in July 2017!
A list of scholarship recipients from round 1 can be access here.