The Australian and New Zealand Historical Criminology Network has issued a call for papers for their upcoming symposium. The symposium will be conducted via Zoom.
The purpose of this symposium will be to get a chance to see the breadth of
historical criminology work currently underway in (or about) Australia and New
Zealand by people in all career stages (including Honours, HDR, and ECR), and in all
research capacities (for example, independent scholars, archivists, or staff at higher
education institutions). The network welcomes people from across different professional disciplines.
The symposium will run over two 3-hour sessions on two days: 19 and 20 November 2020.
Session one on November 19th will run between 9am-12pm AEST and the second session on November 20th will run from 6pm-9pm AEST.
As part of this symposium you can choose whether you would like to present a 5-
minute “flash paper” or a standard 15-minute paper (or both). Please indicate in your submission if you wish to give a 5-minute presentation or a
The deadline for submitting abstracts is 1 September 2020.
If you are interested in presenting at this symposium on any aspect of your historical criminology research, then please submit a 150-word abstract and short bio to Vicky.Nagy@utas.edu.au.