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
Tickets from £170 – £580