03 March 2011

CALL FOR PAPERS: The Criminal Justice Network for the European Social Science History Conference (Glasgow, 11-14 April 2012)

As a follow-up to the last post:

The Criminal Justice Network for European Social Science History Conference calls for paper proposals for the next conference: 11-14 April 2012 in Glasgow, UK.

Deadline for proposals 1 May 2011

The Criminal Justice Network is one of the larger networks with seventeen slots allocated for the conference. You are invited to propose individual papers or sessions on any theme related to the history of crime and criminal justice.

We particularly encourage scholars to group together to propose fully organised sessions around specific themes. A proposed session should include: an organiser, at least four papers, a discussant and a chair person.

If you wish to discuss your proposal please don’t hesitate to contact one of the network organisers:

Dr. Anja Johansen (University of Dundee), email:
Dr. Paul Lawrence (The Open University), email:
Professor Klaus Weinhauer (Universität Bielefeld), email:

How to submit a proposal : Fill in the pre-registration form from the ESSH website, including an abstract of 100-500 words of the proposed paper. For session proposals each participant has to register their paper individually, indicating clearly the title of the session to which the paper belongs. It is the responsibility of session organisers to ensure that all participants in the proposed session register with the ESSHC before the deadline.

Please note that papers sent directly to the organisers without formal registration on the ESSHC website will not be taken into consideration.

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