Plenary Session

Eleanor Bourke1 1Chair of the Aboriginal Treaty Working Group After two hundred years of resistance and resilience, Aboriginal people have begun a revival of cultural practices and the benefits are far reaching. Join Keynote speaker, Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner, Jill...
  • November 23, 2018
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Panellists Professor Joseph Pugliese Dr Mary Graham Emeritus Professor Richard Harding Deborah Glass OBE   Criminologist have historically worked in close proximity to institutions that are subject to criticisms of oppression and injustice. Prisons, courtrooms, mental health institutions, corrections and...
  • October 23, 2018
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Jeff Ferrell1 1Texas Christian University, USA, and University of Kent, UK   We occupy a contemporary world awash in drift and drifters – a world in which dislocation and disorientation have become phenomena in their own right. To make sense...
  • October 15, 2018
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Mr Kavan Applegate1 1University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom, The pursuit of rehabilitation in a corrections environment poses numerous challenges and, for the architect, many competing requirements must be balanced as the design of a prison goes from a blank...
  • September 27, 2018
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Michelle Brown1 1 Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee, 901 McClung Tower, Knoxville, TN 37996, mbrow121@utk.edu From Australia to Europe, South Africa to Palestine, there is a marked revival of abolitionist discourse in theory and practice, each with locally and...
  • August 28, 2018
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