The Institute of Criminology at Victoria University of Wellington is holding a Postgraduate ‘Public Criminology’ Symposium on Thursday the 16th February 2017.
This symposium provides an exciting opportunity to showcase post-graduate work in criminology and to debate the meaning and role of public criminology. The symposium features a wide range of post-graduate presentations, from penal populism to justice reforms.
There will also be workshop presentations by:
Ken Polk (Emeritus Professor, University of Melbourne) and
Tara McGee (Griffith University)
Professor Polk and Dr. McGee will offer their findings and thoughts on a number of issues, including what examiners will be looking for during your oral defence and the life, times and adventures of an academic
The Postgraduate Symposium precedes the Fourth Annual New Zealand Criminology Symposium, also on the theme of Public Criminology, held at Victoria University of Wellington, on Friday 17th February. All presenters at the Postgraduate Conference are warmly invited to attend on the following day as well (register separately at criminologysymposium.eventbrite.co.nz).
The two linked events will be closed with a convivial drinks reception on the Friday evening.