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Link to a primarily American list of criminology-related conferences and workshops, compiled by NCJRS

Link to a list of primarily international criminology-related conferences and workshops, compiled by UNICRI

 

 


1ST PAN-AMERICAN INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
10-13 March
Buenos Aires Argentina

Conference Flyer


THE INTERNATIONAL INTER-DISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON CRIME SCENE: OFFENDER, VICTIM AND  BYSTANDER.

The conference will be held at the Ariel University, Israel on March, 11-12, 2015.

Contemporary victimology and criminology recognize that an understanding of the factors that facilitate and contribute to occurrence of crimes requires a comprehensive approach that includes the victim, the offender , and the bystander. Therefore in addition to addressing issues concerning offenders and victims, this conference aims to shed some light on the role of bystander in facilitation and prevention of crimes, acts of violence, harassment and bullying. The conference also aims to explore the issue of bystander blaming. This conference seeks for papers pursuing empirical, normative, comparative and theoretical approaches. We welcome contributions from law and social science, including criminology, victimology, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, sociology and history.

The Department of Criminology at the Ariel University calls for papers.

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UNITED NATIONS CRIME CONGRESS
April 12 - 19, 2015
Doha, Qatar


ASIAN CRIMINOLOGICAL SOCIETY CONFERENCE
June 24-26, 2015
Hong Kong
http://www.acs001.com/


THE NATIONAL HISPANIC SCIENCE NETWORK ON DRUG ABUSE (NHSN) 15TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 through Friday, June 26, 2015
San Antonio at the La Quinta Inn
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Abstracts are due January 30, 2015.

Website: http://www.nhsn.med.miami.edu/x7.xml

About NHSN:   Since its inception in 2001, the National Hispanic Science Network (NHSN), in partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), has worked tirelessly to make significant advances in the field of drug abuse research. Aside from promoting interdisciplinary and translational research across a broad range of disciplines on a national and international front, NHSN has also set the groundwork for early career scientists to develop a strong foundation of knowledge and skills in both science and grantsmanship, and provide a sound vision for their future as researchers. Through the incredible commitment and vision of the National Steering Committee, the NHSN has grown from 50 members in 2001 to a current membership base of over 500. Each year, the annual conference has increased in excellence, introducing cutting edge topics, while building necessary networking and mentoring opportunities for our members. International research collaborations have also developed, and the NHSN continues to work closely with the NIDA International Office to introduce international members to the Network.

Mission: The NHSN is dedicated to improving the health equity of Hispanics by: Increasing the amount, quality, and dissemination of interdisciplinary translational research; and Fostering the development and advancement of Hispanic scientists to promote future leaders.


SECOND ANNUAL WORLD CONGRESS ON COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS
July 2015
ICCA and APPA will be co-hosting the Second Annual World Congress on Community Corrections in July 2015. We are looking for international speakers for the workshop sessions and were hoping you may be able to post the links below on your newsletter and/or website. 

This is the link for the proposal instructions.
This is the link for the proposal submissions.

Toni M. Carbetta, Administrative Assistant
International Community Corrections Association
phone:  614-252-8417, Ext. 358
fax:      614-252-7987

email:  staff@iccalive.org

CRIME, JUSTICE AND SOCIAL DEMOCRACY: 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
July 7-10,2015
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

The Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference is a biennial conference hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre, QUT. The conference brings distinguished international speakers together from UK, US, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. The aim of this conference is to reinvigorate the intellectual and policy debates about the link between social justice, social democracy and the reduction of harm, crime and victimization through the alleviation of inequalities and building of more socially just and inclusive societies. The conference is organised around a number of interconnected themes:

    • Penal Policy and Punishment in the Global Era
    • Policing, Security and Democratic Freedoms
    • Sex, Gender and Justice
    • Eco-Justice, Corporate Crime and Corruption
    • Crime, Courts & Justice Institutions
    • Counter Colonial Criminologies & Indigenous Perspectives

Abstracts will be subject to a peer review process.  For details about the submission process and dates visit :http://crimejusticeconference.com/
Key Note Speakers

Professor Máximo Sozzo, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina
Professor Sandra Walklate, University of Liverpool, UK
Panel Speakers
Professor Patricia Faraldo Cabana, Universidade Da Corona, Spain
Professor Chris Cunneen,  University of New South Wales,  Aus
Professor Mona Danner, Old Dominion University, US
Professor Walter S. DeKeseredy, West Virginia University, US
Professor Joe Donnermeyer, Ohio State University, US
Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe, University of Cambridge, UK
Mick Gooda, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Aus
Dr Jill Guthrie, Australian National University, Aus
Professor Keith Hayward, University of Kent, UK
Professor Tony Jefferson, Keele University, UK
Professor Michael Levi, Cardiff University, UK
Professor Scott Poynting, University of Auckland, NZ
Professor Nigel South, University of Essex, UK
Professor Nancy Wonders, Northern Arizona University, US


CRIME & JUSTICE SUMMER RESEARCH INSTITUTE: BROADENING PERSPECTIVES & PARTICIPATION
July 6-24, 2015, Ohio State University

Faculty pursuing tenure and career success in research-intensive institutions, academics transitioning from teaching to research institutions, and faculty members carrying out research in teaching contexts will be interested in this Summer Research Institute.  Funded by the National Science Foundation, the institute is designed to promote successful research projects and careers among faculty from underrepresented groups working in areas of crime and criminal justice. During the institute, participants work to complete an ongoing project (either a research paper or grant proposal) in preparation for journal submission or agency funding review. In addition, participants gain information that serves as a tool-kit tailored to successful navigation of the academic setting. To achieve these goals the Summer Research Institute provides participants with:

- Resources for completing their research projects;
- Senior faculty mentors in their areas of study;
- Opportunities to network with junior and senior scholars;  
- Workshops addressing topics related to publishing, professionalization, and career planning;
- Travel expenses to Ohio, housing in Columbus, and living expenses.

The institute culminates in a research symposium where participants present their completed research before a national audience of faculty and graduate students.

Dr. Ruth D. Peterson directs the Crime and Justice Summer Research Institute, which is held at Ohio State University’s Criminal Justice Research Center (Dr. Dana Haynie, Director) in Columbus, Ohio.

Completed applications must be sent electronically by Friday, February 13, 2015. To download the application form, please see our web site (http://cjrc.osu.edu/rdcj-n/summerinstitute). Once completed, submit all requested application materials to kennedy.312@sociology.osu.edu. All applicants must hold regular tenure-track positions in U.S. institutions and demonstrate how their participation broadens participation of underrepresented groups in crime and justice research. Graduate students without tenure track appointments are not eligible for this program. Please direct all inquiries to kennedy.312@sociology.osu.edu


4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORENSIC RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY" (FORENSIC RESEARCH-2015)
September 28-30, 2015
Atlanta, USA

Forensic Research-2015 will focus on “Evidence To Verdict”.

ICCA CONFERENCE
November 8 - 11, 2015
Boston, MA
Boston Park Plaza
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116-3912. 
Ph: 800-225-2008


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 18 - 21, 2015
Washington, D.C.

 


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 16 - 19, 2016
New Orleans, LA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 15 - 18, 2017
Philadelphia, PA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 14 - 17, 2018
Atlanta, GA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 20 - 23, 2019
San Francisco, CA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 18 - 21, 2020
Washington, D.C.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 17 - 20, 2021
Chicago, IL

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 16 - 19, 2022
Atlanta, GA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 15 - 18, 2023
Philadelphia, PA

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 13 - 16, 2024
San Francisco, CA


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 19 - 22, 2025
Washington, D.C.


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
November 18 - 21, 2026
Chicago, IL