Sub-Plenary Panel

Russell Hogg1 1 Queensland University of Technology In their introduction to The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society the editors trace the emergence of ‘punishment and society’ as an assured and exciting field of contemporary scholarship. They acknowledge its multi-disciplinary character, warn against...
  • February 14, 2019
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Russell Hogg1 1 Queensland University of Technology In their introduction to The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society the editors trace the emergence of ‘punishment and society’ as an assured and exciting field of contemporary scholarship. They acknowledge its multi-disciplinary...
  • November 25, 2016
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Russell Hogg1 1 Queensland University of Technology In their introduction to The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society the editors trace the emergence of ‘punishment and society’ as an assured and exciting field of contemporary scholarship. They acknowledge its multi-disciplinary...
  • November 25, 2016
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Claude Roux1, Marie Morelato1, Frank Crispino2, Olivier Delémont3 and Olivier Ribaux3 1Centre for Forensic Science, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney.Forensic Science Research Group and International Centre for Comparative Criminology, Department Of 2Chemistry,...
  • November 24, 2016
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Emeritus Professor Lucy Frost, University of Tasmania   Convict women serving sentences to transportation lost parental control over their children. Among the almost 13,000 women transported to Van Diemen’s Land, many were already mothers at the time of their trials....
  • October 16, 2016
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R. Sarre University of South Australia Corresponding author: rick.sarre@unisa.edu.au In 2015 in a Sydney, New South Wales court, an offender turned violent, knocking out a prosecutor and having to be restrained by seven police officers. It took five minutes for...
  • September 29, 2016
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R. Sarre University of South Australia Corresponding author: rick.sarre@unisa.edu.au In 2015 in a Sydney, New South Wales court, an offender turned violent, knocking out a prosecutor and having to be restrained by seven police officers. It took five minutes for...
  • September 29, 2016
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Professor Jenny Fleming University of Southampton The What Works concept in the United Kingdom is a national approach to prioritizing the use of evidence in policy decision-making. The initiative aims to improve the way government and its agencies create, share...
  • September 26, 2016
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Professor Jenny Fleming University of Southampton The What Works concept in the United Kingdom is a national approach to prioritizing the use of evidence in policy decision-making. The initiative aims to improve the way government and its agencies create, share...
  • September 26, 2016
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Professor Hamish Maxwell-Stewart Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Arts, University of Tasmania Because of the detailed nature of the information included in transportation records it is possible to follow many of the convicts landed in Van Diemen’s Land over the course of...
  • September 25, 2016
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