Date(s) - 10/07/2014 - 12/07/2014
University of Liverpool, Foresight Centre
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Crime, Justice, Welfare: Can the Metropole Listen?
Criminology, like other core social science disciplines, reflects a tendency to over-write the metropolitan experiences of the Northern hemisphere. Criminology’s starting point, therefore, is based upon the continual attempt to reinvent, improve, or make more just, a ‘rule of law’ society in the image of the hegemon. Such over-writing takes its toll on the ‘discipline’ in multi-faceted ways, all of which tend to contribute to hegemonic epistemologies and practices that serve to marginalise different ways of thinking about, and engaging with, an alternative criminological enterprise.
Taking as its starting point the intrinsic connections between crime, welfare and (in)justice, the Liverpool conference will examine the counter-hegemonic potential of criminology, and explore how it might give ‘voice’ to those that stand outside the dominant narratives of the metropole.
The conference will primarily be held at the University’s Foresight Centre which is based in one of the city’s most impressive Grade II listed buildings; a site of great architectural significance. The award-winning Centre is an accredited conference venue with the Meetings Industry Association: http://www.foresightcentre.co.uk/
The conference dinner will be held on Friday 11th July in the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral – The Crypt Hall
A 3 course dinner will be served by award-winning caterers Pickled Walnut
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