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Program


Thursday 21st June

 

12.00-13.00 Arrival and Coffee

13.00-13.30 Introduction

13.30-14.30 Foundation

  • Narrative Criminology; Sveinung Sandberg (Oslo, Norway) - Abstract

14.30-18.00 Panel 1: Popular and everyday narrations of Crime and Punishment
  • Crime and narration. The creation of (in)security in everyday life; Katharina Eisch-Angus (Graz, Austria) - Abstract

15.30-16.00 Break

  • Popular and visual narratives of punishment in museum settings; Hannah Thurston (Brighton, UK) - Abstract
  • Abstract Narrating Crime in Superhero Comics; Daniel Stein (Siegen, Germany) - Abstract


Friday 22nd June

 

10.00-12.00 Panel 2: Contexts and Structures of Crime and Deviance

  • Files as Narrations of Deviance? Methodological Reflections about the Intertextual Structure of Case Files from Residential Care in West Germany 1950 – 1970; Mechthild Bereswill (Kassel, Germany) - Abstract
  • Countering street harassment: online stories, offline resistance; Jennifer Fleetwood (London, UK) - Abstract


12.00-13.30 Lunch Break

13.30-15.30 Panel 3: (Counter-)Narratives in Transnational Settings

  • Human rights scepticism and its (lack of) counter-narratives: exploring contrasts and similarities in European newspaper coverage of the European Convention on Human Rights; Lieve Gies (Leicester, UK) - Abstract
  • Gendered Narratives of Migration: Preferred Criminals and Victims, Dehumanized Masses and Calls for Equality;
    Greta Olson (Gießen, Germany)
    - Abstract


15.30-16.30 Break

16.30-18.30 Panel 4: Crime Narratives in Criminal Justice Systems

  • Sympathies and Scandals: (Counter-)Narratives of Criminality and Policing in Inter-war Britain; John Carter Wood (Mainz, Germany) - Abstract
  • Practical narratives in the criminal law process; Martha Komter (Amsterdam, Netherlands) - Abstract

 

Saturday 23rd June

 

10.00-11.00 Panel 5 : Small and big stories of Crime and Criminal Justice

  • Mapping and Measuring Public narratives of Crime and Criminal Justice: Developing public narratives as an empirical concept;
    Martina Feilzer (Bangor, UK)
    - Abstract
11.00-11.30 Conclusion

 

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