Pre-aranged panel presentations on 1.9.2018.

Chair Title Date & time Building & room Mark for export
Matthew Ashby

WG-PLACE: Data innovations: measurement, sources and comparisons 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
01
Wim Hardyns

WG-PLACE: Methodological innovations: emerging approaches to studying crime and place 30.8.2018.
10:00
A
01
Christopher Vandeviver

WG-PLACE: Offender residences and offender target selection 30.8.2018.
14:15
A
01
Veronika Polišenská

WG-PLACE: Rethinking crime in space 30.8.2018.
15:45
A
01
Fernando Miró-Llinares

WG-PLACE: Surveys and interviews: substantive and methodological advances 30.8.2018.
17:30
A
01
John Winterdyk

Contextualizing modern-day responses to human trafficking: Moving the agenda forward 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
12
John Winterdyk

Contextualizing modern-day responses to trafficking : Moving the agenda forward: Part II 30.8.2018.
10:00
A
12
Paula Maurutto

Punishment & Society I: Intersections of Risk and Carcerality 30.8.2018.
14:15
A
12
Ben Crewe

Punishment & Society II: Soft power in prisons: forms and consequences 30.8.2018.
15:45
A
12
Krisztina Farkas

Criminal Law Protection of Cultural Property: a Multidimensional Approach 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
13
Professor James Treadwell

Criminal Markets in a Changing World 30.8.2018.
10:00
A
13
Marianne Hester

Criminal Justice, Inequality and Gender based Violence 30.8.2018.
14:15
A
13
René van Swaaningen

Border Crossing, Security & Social Justice 30.8.2018.
15:45
A
13
Jo Deakin

Case Studies on Organised and Organising Crime: Money laundering, food fraud and modern slavery 30.8.2018.
17:30
A
13
Katja Franko

From borders & criminology to border criminology (Working Group Immigration, Crime and Citizenship) 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
14
Michael Levi

IASOC presents: Technology, Organised Crime, Policing and Punishment 30.8.2018.
14:15
A
14
Dina Siegel

One Belt One Road - Organised Crime and Corruption - part 1 30.8.2018.
15:45
A
14
Wing Lo

One Belt One Road (OBOR) part 2 30.8.2018.
17:30
A
14
Gorazd Meško

BC Victimology panel 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
31
Eszter Sarik

Balkan Homicide Study 30.8.2018.
10:00
A
31
Hans-Jörg Albrecht

The Max Planck Partner Group for “Balkan Criminology”: Review & Outlook 30.8.2018.
14:15
A
31
Jörg-Martin Jehle

European Sourcebook Group Pre-arranged Panel: Preparing the new edition of the Sourcebook 30.8.2018.
15:45
A
31
Anna-Maria Getos Kalac

European Sourcebook Group; Balkan Criminology Pre-arranged Panel 30.8.2018.
17:30
A
31
Maximo Sozzo

Criminology and the Global South 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
01
Jon Davies

Critical interventions for labour exploitation and human trafficking 30.8.2018.
10:00
B
01
Emilia Jurgielewicz-Delegacz

Current and future researches of the Olsztyn School of Ecocriminology 30.8.2018.
14:15
B
01
Jarrett Blaustein

Crime, Justice and Sustainable Development 30.8.2018.
15:45
B
01
Ewa M. Guzik-Makaruk

European Development Path of Bialystok School of Criminology 30.8.2018.
17:30
B
01
Michael Fiddler

Ghost Criminology: examining the spectral traces of crime 30.8.2018.
10:00
B
02
Stephen Farrall

Crime and Inequality: Emerging Evidence from Studies in Northern Europe 30.8.2018.
14:15
B
02
Michelle Butler

Prison and life in the community 30.8.2018.
15:45
B
02
Zelia Gallo

The political economy of punishment today. Visons, debates and challenges. 30.8.2018.
10:00
B
11
Friedrich Lösel

Mind the Gap: the potential and reality of relationships between (ex)prisoners, their partners and families 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
21
Sławomir Redo

Migration, Civic Education and Criminology 30.8.2018.
10:00
B
21
Dina Bajraktarevic Pajevic

Hate Crime 30.8.2018.
14:15
B
21
Cheryl Lawther

Human Rights Abuses and Dealing with the Past: Agency, Legitimacy and Authenticity 30.8.2018.
15:45
B
21
Yarin Eski/Hans Boutellier

Human(e) Security and Resilience 30.8.2018.
17:30
B
21
Elmedin Muratbegovic

Youth, Risk behaviour, Protection – Bosnia and Herzegovina 30.8.2018.
15:45
B
30
Heinz Leitgöb

Annual meeting of the "European working group on quantitative methods in criminology" (EQMC) 30.8.2018.
17:30
B
30
Rutger Leukfeldt

Cybercrime: different research methods to study cybercriminals 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
31
Rutger Leukfeldt

Cybercrime: the Dark web 30.8.2018.
10:00
B
31
Rutger Leukfeldt

Cybercrime: online crime markets 30.8.2018.
14:15
B
31
Tamar Berenblum

Cybercrime victimization 30.8.2018.
15:45
B
31
Edward Kleemans

Cybercrime: cybercriminals and cybercriminal networks 30.8.2018.
17:30
B
31
Erin Sanders-McDonagh

Feminist Issues for Critical Criminology 30.8.2018.
14:15
C
01
Atanas Rusev

Financing of Human Trafficking 30.8.2018.
8:30
D
01
Susie Hulley

Friendship, violence and legal consciousness in the context of joint enterprise 30.8.2018.
10:00
D
01
Stephanie Fohring

Stigma and Constructing the Victim 30.8.2018.
15:45
D
01
Vincent Eechaudt

Experiencing and providing care in prisons and forensic settings 30.8.2018.
17:30
D
01
Professor Mike Rowe

Police education and professionalisation: Critical international perspectives 30.8.2018.
8:30
E
01
Ugljesa Zvekic

Organized Crime and Illicit Markets/Trade Research in South Eastern Europe 30.8.2018.
10:00
E
01
Kirstin Drenkhahn

Penal cultures on the Continent – comparing France and Germany 30.8.2018.
14:15
E
01
Layla Skinns

Perspectives on police detention in England and Wales 30.8.2018.
15:45
E
01
Adam Crawford

Plural Policing 30.8.2018.
17:30
E
01
Barbora Hola

International criminal courts and tribunals: role, functioning and (potential) contributions - Sponsored by the European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice (ECACTJ) 30.8.2018.
8:30
E
02
Barbora Hola

Doing Justice to International Crimes: Assumptions, Imaginations and Critique (ECACTJ) 30.8.2018.
10:00
E
02
Maartje Weerdesteijn

Legacies of the ICTY: Roundtable discussion on keynote presentations by Barbora Hola and Serge Brammertz . Sponsored by the European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice (ECACTJ) 30.8.2018.
14:15
E
02
Nandor Knust

Business and Atrocity Crimes: From the Past to the Present. Sponsored by EUROC and ECACTJ 30.8.2018.
15:45
E
02
Nandor Knust

Author meets critics: Prosecuting Serious Economic Crimes as International Crimes: A New Mandate for the ICC by Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička (ECACTJ, EUROC, Balkan Criminology Group) 30.8.2018.
17:30
E
02
Helmut Kury, University of Freiburg, Max-Planck-Institute for foreign and international penal law (pens.), helmut.kury@web.de

Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Central European Countries: Reality, Politics and Creation of Fear Societies 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
12
Finn Esbensen

Research from the Eurogang Program 30.8.2018.
10:00
G
12
Patrick Lussier

Sexual Offending: A Criminological Perspective 30.8.2018.
14:15
G
12
Ivo Aertsen

Societal impact of criminological research 30.8.2018.
15:45
G
12
David Wall

TAKEDOWN: Organised Crime and Terrorist Networks 30.8.2018.
17:30
G
12
Claire Fox

Young people, stigma and criminalisation 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
21
Jason Warr

The Sensual Prison 30.8.2018.
10:00
G
21
Alistair Henry

The ties that bind?: solidarities, identities and performances 30.8.2018.
14:15
G
21
Wendy De Bondt

Thinking outside the criminal law box: Limits and possibilities drawing from other branches of law or disciplines 30.8.2018.
15:45
G
21
Avi Brisman

Capitalism, Corruption, Consumption and Climate Change 30.8.2018.
17:30
G
21
Sebastian Roche

Police-Citizen Relations in Comparative Perspective 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
22
Dominic Kudlacek & Nadine Jukschat

Radicalisation within the digital age - vulnerability and prevention 30.8.2018.
10:00
G
22
Nadine Jukschat & Dominic Kudlacek

Radicalisation within the digital age - the meaning of new media 30.8.2018.
14:15
G
22
Dirk Baier

Political extremism among youths: measurement and correlates 30.8.2018.
15:45
G
22
Anja Dirkzwager

Preparing for reentry: social capital and personal wellbeing 30.8.2018.
17:30
G
22
Ivo Aertsen

Annual Lecture International Journal of Restorative Justice - Time for a rethink: victims and restorative justice 30.8.2018.
17:30
H
01
Sebastian Roché and Mike Hough

Minority Youth, institutions and Social Integration (ISRD) 31.8.2018.
8:30
A
01
Ilka Kammigan

How Generalizable is the Importance of Self-Control? Insights from the International Self-Report Delinquency Project (ISRD) 31.8.2018.
10:00
A
01
Majone Steketee

Testing theory through Cross-National Data (ISRD) 31.8.2018.
14:15
A
01
Ineke Haen Marshall

International Self-Report Delinquency Study: Update and Information (ISRD) 31.8.2018.
15:45
A
01
Fernando Miró Llinares

Empirical Evidence and Criminal Justice (Criminal Law-Making Policy Working Group. European Society of Criminology) 31.8.2018.
8:30
A
12
Brian Francis

Crime Trends and risk factors: violent and non-violent victimisation 31.8.2018.
10:00
A
12
Wim Huisman

EUROC/EDLC session: Towards a life-course criminology of corporate crime 31.8.2018.
14:15
A
12
Rita Faria

EUROC & WG-QRME panel: The use of qualitative methods in researching organizational and white-collar crime 31.8.2018.
15:45
A
12
Ida Helene Asmussen

Conceptual and empirical approaches to victimology 31.8.2018.
8:30
A
13
José A. Brandariz

Author meets critics: Dario Melossi and Massimo Pavarini, The Prison and the Factory (40th anniversary edition) (London: Palgrave, 2018) 31.8.2018.
14:15
A
13
Debbie Schepers

Analyzing the Perception-Choice Process in Situational Action Theory 31.8.2018.
15:45
A
13
Marieke Liem

Homicide in Europe 31.8.2018.
8:30
A
14
Marieke Liem

Homicide in Europe (II) 31.8.2018.
10:00
A
14
Steve van de Weijer

New Frontiers in the Study of Intergenerational Continuity of (Criminal) Behaviour 1 31.8.2018.
14:15
A
14
Veroni Eichelsheim

New Frontiers in the Criminology of Intergenerational Continuity 2 31.8.2018.
15:45
A
14
Jörg-Martin Jehle

Approach, Methods and Results of Reconviction Studies in Austria, France and Germany 31.8.2018.
8:30
A
31
Hans-Jörg Albrecht

Cannabis regulated models instead war on drugs 31.8.2018.
10:00
A
31
Anna-Maria Getos Kalac

Croatian Violence Monitor (CroViMo) 1 31.8.2018.
14:15
A
31
Lucija Sokanović

Croatian Violence Monitor (CroViMo) 2 31.8.2018.
15:45
A
31
Shadd Maruna

Desistance from Sex Offending 31.8.2018.
8:30
B
01
Daan van Uhm

Dogs and Crime: green criminological perspectives on dog fights, puppy trade and dog abuse across Europe 31.8.2018.
10:00
B
01
Alexandra Hall

Emerging Perspectives on Healthcare Crime and Harm 31.8.2018.
14:15
B
01
Yarin Eski

Enriching the Criminological and Victimological Understanding of Genocide 31.8.2018.
15:45
B
01
Simonas Nikartas

Community sanctions and measures in context (Community Sanctions WG Panel II) 31.8.2018.
8:30
B
02
Kerstin Svensson

Decision-making, Parole and Prison Release (Community Sanctions WG Panel III) 31.8.2018.
10:00
B
02
Ester Blay

Decisions, Culture and Change in Probation (Community Sanctions WG Panel IV) 31.8.2018.
14:15
B
02
Nicola Carr

Transforming Rehabilitation (I) (Community Sanctions WG Panel V) 31.8.2018.
15:45
B
02
Kirstin Drenkhahn

Justice in Prison? Discipline, Order and Prisoners’ Rights 31.8.2018.
8:30
B
21
Irena Cajner Mraovic

MEASURING POLICE INTEGRITY IN EASTERN EUROPE 31.8.2018.
10:00
B
21
NO

Life chances; Employment and Desistance 31.8.2018.
14:15
B
21
Jan Terpstra & Christian Mouhanna

Institutional change and continuity in policing 31.8.2018.
15:45
B
21
Loraine Gelsthorpe

ESC Working Group: Gender, Crime and Justice and BSC Women and Criminal Justice Network: Panel 1 31.8.2018.
15:45
B
31
Adam Crawford

Everyday Political Economies of Plural Policing 31.8.2018.
8:30
D
01
Andreas Armborst

Evidence-based Policing in Germany 31.8.2018.
10:00
D
01
Veroni Eichelsheim

Growing up in institutions 31.8.2018.
14:15
D
01
Philip Stenning

Governing Security in Sea- and Airports 31.8.2018.
15:45
D
01
Yinthe Feys

Police legitimacy and decision making 31.8.2018.
8:30
E
01
Jenneke Christiaens

New challenges for juvenile justice in Europe 31.8.2018.
10:00
E
01
Ben Bradford

Police power and public opinion 31.8.2018.
14:15
E
01
Aarne Kinnunen

Nordic comparative criminology: A novel five-country study on drug dealing on social media 31.8.2018.
15:45
E
01
Alette Smeulers, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Groningen

The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth? Testimonies of International Crimes Before International Criminal Courts and Tribunals (ECACTJ)) 31.8.2018.
8:30
E
02
Kjersti Lohne

Studying War Crimes: Descriptive Truths and/or Sensationalism (ECACTJ)) 31.8.2018.
10:00
E
02
Catrien Bijleveld

The Buzz: how high-profile offenders in The Netherlands translate (social) media messages into cues for criminal action 31.8.2018.
8:30
G
12
Brian Johnson

The Effects of Justice System Involvement across Multiple Domains 31.8.2018.
10:00
G
12
Lesley McAra

The Politics of Youth Justice 31.8.2018.
15:45
G
12
Avi Brisman

Measuring and Responding to Environmental Crimes and Harms 31.8.2018.
8:30
G
21
Graham Farrell

Understanding the Crime Drop 31.8.2018.
10:00
G
21
Brian Francis

Using crime surveys to understand violence; challenges and new directions 31.8.2018.
14:15
G
21
Antony Pemberton

Victims and Justice Processes 31.8.2018.
15:45
G
21
Esther van Ginneken

Prisoners’ experiences of wellbeing and harms 31.8.2018.
10:00
G
22
Helene O. I. Gundhus

Proliferation of new logics in policing 31.8.2018.
14:15
G
22
Siv Runhovde

Proliferation of new logics in policing 31.8.2018.
15:45
G
22
Samuel Langton

WG-PLACE: Law of crime concentration: demonstrations and theoretical explanations 1.9.2018.
9:00
A
01
Lidewyde Berckmoes

New Frontiers in the Criminology of Intergenerational Continuity 3 1.9.2018.
9:00
A
14
Soenita Ganpat

Homicide: Dynamics & Investigation 1.9.2018.
10:30
A
14
Rita Faria

WG-QRME: Qualitative research methodologies and epistemologies 1.9.2018.
10:30
A
31
Thomas Ugelvik

Developing narrative criminology 1.9.2018.
9:00
B
01
Christopher Birkbeck

Diversifying the Tests of Situational Action Theory 1.9.2018.
10:30
B
01
Lol Burke

Transforming Rehabilitation (II) (Community Sanctions WG Panel VI) 1.9.2018.
9:00
B
02
Earle Rod

Convict criminology in Europe: possibilities and potentials 1.9.2018.
10:30
B
12
Michael Rowe

Innovative Practice in the Policing of Domestic Abuse 1.9.2018.
9:00
B
21
Andrew Lemieux

Methodologies for Understanding Wildlife Criminals 1.9.2018.
10:30
B
21
Christophe Vandeviver

WG-PLACE: working group meeting 1.9.2018.
10:30
B
30
Michele Burman

ESC Working Group: Gender, Crime and Justice and BSC Women and Criminal Justice Network: Panel 2 1.9.2018.
9:00
B
31
Emma Milne

ESC Working Group: Gender, Crime and Justice and BSC Women and Criminal Justice Network: Panel 3 1.9.2018.
10:30
B
31
Elena Larrauri

Extending the boundaries of penality: Criminal records management and ‘collateral’ consequences of conviction 1.9.2018.
10:30
D
01
Theo Kindynis

New Developments in Cultural Criminology 1.9.2018.
9:00
E
01
Eva Mulder

Narrative victimology 1.9.2018.
10:30
E
01
David Brewster

The problems of drug addicts in the Japanese criminal justice system. 1.9.2018.
10:30
G
12
Mangai Natarajan

Violence Against Women and Children: International Perspective 1.9.2018.
9:00
G
21
Richard Staring

When the prey goes after the hunter… On the other side of crime displacement: Organized crime, crime control and the special case of researching crime displacement in the Rotterdam Sea Port 1.9.2018.
10:30
G
21
Coretta Phillips

Race and criminology: revisiting the field, refreshing the arguments 1.9.2018.
9:00
G
22
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