JSB287 Crime in Popular Culture: Prize-winning essays

(Image from L to R – Dr Dean Biron, Emma Jones, Prof John Scott)

This summer, QUT School of Justice unit Crime in Popular Culture (JSB287) featured the second Crime in Popular Culture Writing Prize. The prize was awarded for the best submissions received for the first assessment in the unit (a 1,000-word critique of a justice-related film, novel or TV series).

Five students were shortlisted for the prize: Charley Adames, Declan Hayes, Emma Jones, Alexia Kimmich, and Georgia McGovern.

The shortlisted entries were judged by Head of School Professor John Scott and JSB287 Unit Co-ordinator Dr Dean Biron.

The winning entries chosen were those of Alexia Kimmich and Emma Jones.

You can read Alexia’s paper here and Emma’s paper here. 

The co-winners will each receive a certificate.

Congratulations to all involved.

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