Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

Cybercrime and Digital Criminology Roundtable Series – postponed until further notice!

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Cybercrime and Digital Criminology Roundtable Series – postponed until further notice!

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The Cybercrime and Digital Criminology Thematic Group will be hosting a series of events for academics and postgraduate students to participate in roundtable discussions in order to share insights from their in-progress research and recent publications in cybercrime and digital criminology.

Four Roundtable Series events: 
Melbourne (hosted by RMIT) – 22 April 2022. POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
Brisbane (hosted by QUT) – June
Adelaide (hosted by University of Adelaide) – August
Sydney (hosted by University of Sydney) – October

So as to remain as inclusive as possible (in light of ongoing Covid challenges as well as funding and travel restrictions across institutions), the roundtable series will take place in a hybrid model, with Thematic Group members each hosting an in-person event in their city on a rotating basis. In-person events will be open to cross-institutional presenters and attendees in those cities. Interstate and international members of ANZSOC, as well as interested academics and postgraduate students, will be able to watch the discussions and participate in question time via Microsoft Teams. By rotating the host cities throughout the year, the events will promote valuable in-person networking among cybercrime and digital criminology scholars whilst also supporting national participation through the hybrid model.

The commencing schedule for 2022 proposes four such in-person events on a bi-monthly basis from April to October (as outlined below), with the intention of additional city sites in future years as membership grows.

The Cybercrime and Digital Criminology Roundtable Series has a diversity and inclusion policy which requires host cities to invite a mix of panellists including, where possible: both postgraduate and early career researchers as well as more established academics; researchers that engage with issues of diversity across gender, sexuality, race, and/or ability in their studies of cybercrime and/or digital criminology; and scholars from a diversity of backgrounds

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Date And Time

22-04-2022 @ 01:00 PM (AEST) to
22-04-2022 @ 04:00 PM (AEST)


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