Professor Pat Carlen
My main involvement with the British Society of Criminology has been as an Opening plenary speaker at the annual conference, a presenter at the Postgraduate Conference and a regular Annual Conference attendee during the years 2006 -2013 when I was Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Criminology.
In my view, the British Society of Criminology’s main value is as the guardian of professional ethics and academic values within criminology.
My recent work is varied and reflected in publications 2014 – 2016:
- ‘Homelessness and Crime’, in Roland Atkinson (ed.) (2014) Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm. Routledge.
- ‘Just Criminology: The Legacy of Jock Young’, in Crime, Media, Culture, 2014, 10 (3): 191-202.
- ‘Ethics, Politics and the Limits to Knowledge’, in M. Adorjan, E. Chui and R. Ricciardelli (eds.) Engaging with Ethics and Method in Criminological Research. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2016.
- ‘Doing Imaginative Criminology’, in M. Haviid-Jacobsen and S. Walklate (eds.) Liquid Criminology: Doing Imaginative Criminological Research. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2016.
- ‘Alternative Criminologies’, in L. Ayres Franca and P. Carlen (eds.) Alternative Criminologies. Brazil: IEA EDITORA, forthcoming 2016.
- ‘Imaginary Penalties’, in Ayres Franca and Carlen op.cit.
- ‘Alternative Criminologies, Academic Markets and Corporatism in Universities’ (with Jo Phoenix), in Ayres Franca and Carlen op.cit.