Common Sessions in Action – Past and Present
Previous Common Sessions themes
- Global secrets
- Crime and technological culture
- New terrorism, new punitiveness and human rights
- Looking forward: resistance, repression and possibility
- Regulating pleasure
- Preparing Critical Criminology for the next 20 years
- Borders, and the European solidarity project
- Crimes against reality
- What is crime? Who is the criminal?
- Criminology beyond borders: flows, conflicts and power
- Cultural and Global Criminology
- Evergreen questions of criminology: get smart and/or get tough?
- Epistemology & methodology as tools for a critical analysis
- Economic crisis and crises: interactions, reactions and consequences
- Never waste a good crisis: economic crisis, crime and crime control policies
- A new Criminology for the 21st century
- Governing Crime – Surveillance – Resistance
- What is critical? Key themes for critical analysis in 1984 and 2009
- Penal system and human rights: how may European democracies develop in the framework of contemporary crisis?
- Punitiveness and crime policies in Europe