Southernising Criminology

The Southernising Criminology Discussion Group is a student-led initiative that aims to extend criminological
horizons outside the Global North, reflecting on distinct patterns and trends of crime, justice and punishment
in jurisdictions historically situated at the periphery of knowledge production and theory formation. This
group provides key tools and frameworks to to recenter the epistemological and methodological focus of the
discipline, aiming to tackle unequal geopolitical and academic relations of power and representation.
This academic year, the Group is proud to organise talks pertaining to two distinct thematic series
(Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Alternative Justice Mechanisms, The Political Economy of Global Criminal
Justice), alongside our regular scheduling.
Seminars take the form of a 40-minute presentation by the speaker followed by an audience-led Q&A.

Sorry, there are currently no talks scheduled in this series.