This years British Society of Criminology Conference takes place from 3 – 6 July at Birmingham City University.
Transforming Criminology: rethinking crime in a changing world will be relevant to both UK and international delegates, from academic and practice-based backgrounds, with an interest in: criminology, criminal justice, socio-legal studies, social policy, law, human rights, psychology and sociology.
The programme has a range of speakers and workshops that address arts in criminal justice, including:
Keynote speech from Edmund Clark, Ikon’s artist-in-residence (2014-2018) at HMP Grendon
Masterclass from Geese Theatre Company
Sessions from National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance Steering Group members Michelle Bynoe and Music in Prisons (Irene Taylor Trust)
Session from Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe on Working with government: art, science and the politics of influence
An Arts and Rehabilitation panel on the afternoon of Wednesday 4 July