2014 ANZSOC Conference
“Testing the edges: Challenging Criminology"
Wed 1 - Fri 3 October 2014
The 27th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference will be held in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from 1 - 3 October 2014 at Sydney Law School, University of Sydney Camperdown.
A welcome reception for delegates from across Australia and internationally, and a one day postgraduate conference, will be held on Tuesday 30 September 2014.
The theme of the 2014 Conference is Testing the Edges; Challenging Criminology. The program will include a wide range of plenary sessions, interactive workshops, presentations and seminars, shaped to enhance and inform around this theme.
Closing date for submissions: Wednesday, 30 April 2014
Notification to authors: Friday, 23 May 2014
Early bird closes: Monday, 30 June 2014
30 September: Postgraduate conference Welcome reception for all delegates
1 - 3 October: ANZSOC conference Welcome dinner (1 October)
Check the conference website for more information.
Tuesday, 30th September 2014
The 8th Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate (PG) Conference will be held at the Sydney Law School the day before the main ANZSOC conference. The conference is a free event and is a great opportunity to network with fellow postgraduate and early career researchers as well as more senior academics and professionals in the field of criminology.
More details at the conference website
Previous ANZSOC conferences
Annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
- Local and International Perspectives on the Prevention of Crime and Marginalisation (2013)
- Public Criminologies: Crime, Power and Marginalisation (2012)
- Cross-border Domestic and Transnational Crime: Risks and Responses (2010)
- Crime and Justice Challenges in the 21st Century: Victims, Offenders and Communities (2009)
- Criminology : linking theory, policy and practice (2008)
- Building bridges (2007)
- Criminology and human rights (2006)
- Crime, community and the state (2005)
- Controlling crime: risks and responsibilities (2003)
- Preventing crime and doing justice (2002)
- Criminology in the 21st century : public good or private interest? (2001)
- The future and criminology : new solutions for old problems or old solutions for new problems? (1999)
- Crime, criminology and justice : current trends and future directions (1998)
- Crime, power and justice (1997)