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Sykes Conference 2018

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Day 1 - Introduction (Professor Bruce Western) and Plenary 1 (Professor Jonathan Simon)

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Day 1 - Panel Session (Dr Alice Ievins, Dr Alexandra Cox and Dr Catarina Frios)

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Day 1 - Plenary 2 (Professor Alison Liebling) and Discussant (Professor Tony Bottoms)

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Day 1 - Roundtable discussion (Anton Symkovych, Maximo Sozzo, Ian O’Donnell)

and Plenary 4 (Professor Reuben Miller)

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Day 2 - Introduction (Professor Mark Halsey), Plenary 5 (Dr Ben Crewe) and Discussion (Professor Kevin Haggerty)

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Day 2 - Plenary 6 (Dr Ashley Rubin) and Discussion (Professor Thomas Ugelvik)

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Day 2 - Plenary 7 (Dr Kate Gooch) and Panel Session (Dr Alisa Stevens, Professor Kristel Beyens and Jana Robberecht)

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Day 2 - Plenary 8 (Professor Richard Sparks) and Roundtable discussion (David Skarbek, Dominique Moran, Shadd Maruna)

 

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Prisons Research at Cambridge University

The Cambridge Institute of Criminology Prisons Research Centre aims to provide a stimulating research environment in which a coherent strategy of high quality research can be pursued, and integration between funded and non-funded, and applied and theoretical projects can be facilitated. We investigate how prisons operate, socially, morally and operationally, how they are experienced, and the relationship between these moral and social qualities, and their effects.

Members of the PRC team carry out, individually and collectively, methodologically rigorous and theoretically relevant field-based studies addressing problems of human and social values, punishment practices, and the organisation and effects of aspects of prison life. We strive to forge links with other prisons researchers, scholars in the broader fields of criminology and sociology, and with practitioners. Our vision is to develop a rigorous and person-centred model of social inquiry.