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Postgraduate Criminology Conference

Posted: 13 March, 2015

On 27 March, the first Irish Postgraduate Criminology Conference will be hosted jointly by Dublin Institute of Technology, and the School of Law at Trinity College Dublin.

The conference will be opened with a plenary lecture from Professor Ian O'Donnell, of University College Dublin under the title 'Criminology in Ireland: A Discipline on the Move', and an exciting range of panels are scheduled to be held throughout the day in DIT's Grangegorman campus. In the evening, a roundtable event will be held in Trinity College, chaired by Ivana Bacik, with participants Dr Claire Hamilton of NUI Maynooth, and Professor Eamonn Carrabine from the University of Essex.

The research presented will draw from a diverse array of postgraduate and early career researchers from Ireland, Northern Ireland and Britain, and will demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of criminology and its emerging importance as an area of research in Ireland

For more information about the conference and to view the programme, please visit:

This event is jointly funded by the School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences, Dublin Institute of Technology and the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin.