Seit Mitte der 1980er Jahre bringt der Arbeitskreis soziale Bewegungen der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft Menschen zusammen, die sich wissenschaftlich-systematisch mit sozialen Bewegungen und Protest, Formen der Partizipation und Organi
In many places, painting graffiti is illegal. We don't advocate breaking the law, but we think art belongs in public spaces and that more legal walls should be made available for this fascinating art form. Because it is so hard to get books published and
Criminal trials have traditionally favoured live, physically present, embodied human testimony. A paradigm shift is seemingly occurring with the increasing use of video technologies in criminal proceedings, hinting at a future immaterial, digitized posthu
This website gives information on Jeremy Bentham and about the work of the Bentham Project. We are the world centre for Bentham Studies and our main activity is the production of the new edition of Bentham's Collected Works. We are part of UCL's Faculty o
Bitch Flicks is a website devoted to reviewing films through a feminist lens. We’re interested in conversation about movies—good and bad—and the roles that women play in them. We strongly believe that movies both shape and reflect social values, and that
CBKB aims to broaden and deepen the understanding and use of cost-benefit analysis in criminal justice. We help practitioners and jurisdictions build their capacity to conduct cost-benefit studies and apply cost-benefit analysis to policymaking.
We seek to explore different critical approaches to the study of crime literature/film, and to be as entertaining and wide-ranging as possible. In addition to fiction and film, we cover, for example, TV crime series, true crime writing, vintage crime pape
This blog is run by Dr Nell Darby, a criminal historian and writer. I write primarily about 18th and 19th century crime; I am particularly interested in gender and crime, and crime reporting in the English press.
The Design with Intent research arose from this blog, formerly ‘Architectures of Control in Design’, which since 2005 has chronicled examples of design and architecture intended to influence users’ behaviour, with significant input from readers.
Executed Today is a blog of history, sociology, biography, criminology, law, and kismet — an unrepresentative but arresting view of the human condition across time and circumstance from the parlous vantage of the scaffold.
Foresight’s role is to help government think systematically about the future. We use the latest scientific and other evidence combined with futures analysis to tackle complex issues and help policymakers make decisions affecting our future.
GreenCriminology.org is the homepage of the International Green Criminology Working Group, and a resource on Green Criminology for everyone. We offer a wide variety of environmental resources for research, teaching, publication, and more.
Illuminations: The Critical Theory Website is a WWW research resource for those interested in the Critical Theory project. Firmly based in Frankfurt School thought, this site maintains a collection of articles, excerpts, and chapters from many contemporar
Airing weekly on PBS, the five-time Emmy Award-winning series Independent Lens is an independent film festival in your living room. Each week we bring you another original documentary film, each made by one of the best independent filmmakers working today
Das Institut für Graffiti-Forschung (ifg) wurde 1996 in Wien gegründet und basiert auf dem seit 1978 bestehendem internationalem Graffiti- und Street-Art-Archiv - http://www.graffitieuropa.org/archiv.htm . Das ifg ist eine Vereinigung von Wissenschaftle
The Internet Movie Firearms Database is a website that allows users to find which guns were featured in certain movies, television series, video games, and anime, as well as contribute to the site in a wiki format.
Described by Good Morning America as a "must see for CSI fans," the National Museum of Crime & Punishment includes a crime lab and the filming studios for America's Most Wanted. A simulated FBI shooting range, high-speed police-chase, and hundreds of
REBEL:ART ist das internationale Medium und Netzwerk für Culture Jammer & Adbuster, Hacktivisten & Net Aktivisten, Street Artists & Street Vandalen, Post-Dadaisten & Retro-Neoisten, notorische Nervensägen & subversive Störenfriede.
Das Blog ist daher ein Diskussionsforum für Themen aus den Bereichen nationale und internationale Sicherheits- und Risikopolitik, öffentliche Debatten um und Wahrnehmungen von Sicherheit und Bedrohungen sowie theoretische und konzeptionelle Fragen der Sic
The International Spy Museum opened in Washington, DC on July 19, 2002. It is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that h
Trafficking Culture aims to produce an evidence-based picture of the contemporary global trade in looted cultural objects. This research programme is based at the University of Glasgow and is funded by the European Research Council.
This blog is about how people encounter visual images, and what happens in those encounters (that's what I mean by visual culture). I'm interested in both everyday doings (things like family snaps, for example) and the more specialised ways in which more