Symposium: A Pacific Criminology?
An invitation to exploring what Pacific criminology might be or could be.
In 2013 criminologist, John Braithwaite, called for a ‘scholarship on crime’ that identifies practices ‘of a more distinctively Pacific character’, which he entitled ‘Pacific Criminology’. This symposium seeks to answer this call.
Pacific ways of theorising crime, violence, justice, and peace are currently developing in a disconnected manner, hidden currents beneath the visible surface of Northern criminology.
This FREE symposium will offer a space for these disparate currents to surface and converge in productive and energising ways.
Registrations are now open on Eventbrite
We have arranged accommodation at a discounted price with the following hotels James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor and Novotel Pacific Criminology Symposium Conference - Accor Meetings & Events (accorevents.com)