Here is the second part of the „Spotlight on Criminology“ series featuring an interview with Phil Carney and Keith Hayward from the University of Kent.
This series presents a series of short films, each of which aims to put the spotlight on the universities who belong to the Common Study Programme in Critical Criminology. As well as focussing on the specific research interests of each university, the interviews featured in these films also look at the interviewees’ perspectives on both the importance and the future of criminology.
In addition to the above issues, Phil and Keith also talk about the Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology (DCGC), a three-year interdisciplinary, collaborative PhD-programme. The DCGC is funded by the European Union as an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate and recognised as delivering training of outstanding quality. It brings together the expertise of four leading universities:
- The University of Kent, UK
- Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Hungary
- The University of Hamburg, Germany
- Utrecht University, Netherlands.