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British Society of Criminology Conference, Creative Criminology & Punishing Women

It has take me a little longer to write this post due to the whirlwind of activity since the conference. However, I wanted to reflect on what was a very positive and academically stimulating conference. This years conference was organised by Sheffield Hallam University. They did an excellent job with both the postgraduate conference and the… Continue reading British Society of Criminology Conference, Creative Criminology & Punishing Women

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Graffiti, media & the commodification of resistance

This week I presented ‘Instagraff – How the rich kids of Instagram killed the graffiti writer’ to the British Sociological Association annual conference at Manchester University. This was picked up by a number of press outlets, including a Radio 4 interview on the Today show and an interview and piece in the Times. In the same issue of… Continue reading Graffiti, media & the commodification of resistance

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BSA Conference 4-6th April

I am very excited to say I will be presenting at the British Sociological Association conference this year. I am presenting a co-authored paper with my colleague Charlene Crossley that examines the role of map making in a participatory action research cycle – this examines Charlene’s work with young people and my work with female… Continue reading BSA Conference 4-6th April

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Data Collection, REALab, @Creative_Crim & A New Arrival

I have to admit, I have been rather lazy in keeping the blog updated. There are reasons (not excuses) for this – see further down this post! So here is a little recap of the things that I have been up to since summer. Data Collection (POP) Currently, I am in data collection. This is… Continue reading Data Collection, REALab, @Creative_Crim & A New Arrival

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British Society of Criminology Conference 6-8 July 

Although I now cannot attend due to the imminent new family arrival, I am still submitting a poster for the BSC conference this year. My good friend and PhD colleague Charlene Crossley will also be presenting her work in both an oral and poster presentation, and she has been kind enough to offer to present… Continue reading British Society of Criminology Conference 6-8 July 

Conferences · Education · RESEARCH:inthepark

Workshop – Engaging with Publics in the Cultural and Creative Sector 

Today I helped facilitate a workshop at ‘Engaging with Publics in the Cultural and Creative Sector’ at the Royal Northern College of Music. This was a one-day event sponsored by the AHRC-funded North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP). Our workshop addressed the question ‘What is the value of our research to cultural organisations and… Continue reading Workshop – Engaging with Publics in the Cultural and Creative Sector 

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Discourse(s) in the Social Sciences

Tomorrow I am presenting at the conference ‘Discourse(s) in the Social Sciences’ at York University. Follow this link to find out more about the conference. I am presenting the results of my masters dissertation, mainly because I am currently editing it in to a journal submission and I could really do with the feedback that… Continue reading Discourse(s) in the Social Sciences