Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and the Global South edited by Kerry Carrington, Russell Hogg, John Scott and Máximo Sozzo has just been published. The first comprehensive collection of its kind, this handbook addresses the problem of knowledge production in criminology, redressing the global imbalance with an original focus…
A knowledge network for the global south
The Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of Law is hosting academics from Australia and Argentina to build knowledge networks between the two nations. Despite sharing significant commonalities and facing a number of similar challenges, the links between Australia and Argentina, particularly where the exchange of knowledge is concerned,…
Recently Published – “Reversing the agenda of sex work stigmatization and criminalization: Signs of a progressive society”
CJRC researchers Professor John Scott and Adjunct Professor Victor Minichiello have contributed to a commentary article “Reversing the agenda of sex work stigmatization and criminalization: Signs of a progressive society” recently published in the international journal Sexualities.
Recently published: “A Global Overview of Male Escort Websites”
CJRC researchers Professor John Scott and Adjunct Professor Victor Minichiello have recently contributed to the authorship of an article published in the Journal of Homosexuality.
Recently published: ‘Social capital and cannabis supply’
CJRC researcher John Scott from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently co-authored an article titled ‘Social capital and cannabis supply’ for the Journal of Sociology.
CJRC Team Addresses Real World Issues in Justice in the Global South
As part of Crime and Justice Research Centre’s (CJRC) strategic goal of engagement with the global south, a team from the Centre visited the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea last week, to engage members of the government in training workshops. Over a five day period,…
Collaboration with Jiangxi Research Institute of Criminology
Professor John Scott of the School of Justice, QUT, has recently returned from China where he was invited to present at the Annual Meeting of Jiangxi Research Institute of Criminology and the Seventh Jiangxi-Taiwan Law Forum.
Sex Work and Southern Theory
This post authored by CJRC researcher Professor John Scott, CJRC Adjunct Professor Victor Minichiello, and Cameron Cox from Sex Workers Outreach Project Inc. originally appeared on The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) blog. Click here to access the original post. A diverse global network is fighting to stop…
QUT Awarded COALAR Research Grant
QUT has recently been successful in securing a research grant through the Federal Government’s Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR) and involves CJRC Adjunct Professor Victor Minichiello and CJRC researcher Professor John Scott from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law. The project will be conducted in partnership with three…
Reminder: Southern Criminology Seminar this Friday
The Crime and Justice Research Centre will be hosting an upcoming seminar on ‘Southern Criminology’, with speakers Professor Kerry Carrington, Professor Russell Hogg, Dr Helen Berents and Professor John Scott.