Acknowledging the past. Imagining the future (2017)
Images from the 2017 Conference are available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/aicriminology/albums/72157690048819314
Security and the rule of law (2015)
Testing the edges: Challening Criminology (2014)
27th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
1-3 October 2014
Sydney Law School
University of Sydney Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia
A welcome reception for delegates from across Australia and internationally, and a one day postgraduate conference, was held on Tuesday 30 September 2014.
The theme of the 2014 Conference was Testing the Edges; Challenging Criminology. The program included a wide range of plenary sessions, interactive workshops, presentations and seminars, shaped to enhance and inform around this theme.
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 – Closing date for submissions
Friday, 23 May 2014 – Notification to authors
Monday, 30 June 2014 – Early bird closes
Tuesday, 30 September 2014 – Postgraduate conference Welcome reception for all delegates
Wednesday, 1 October 2014 – ANZSOC conference Welcome dinner
Check the conference website for more information.
Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research conference
Tuesday 30th September 2014
Sydney Law School
New South Wales, Australia
This was held the day before the main ANZSOC conference. The conference is a free event and is a great opportunity to network with fellow postgraduate and early career researchers as well as more senior academics and professionals in the field of criminology.
More details at the conference website.
Local and International Perspectives on the Prevention of Crime and Marginalisation (2013)
26th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
1-3 October 2013
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
Delegates from Australia, New Zealand, and beyond attended the conference. A one-day postgraduate conference was held the day before the conference.
The keynote speakers were:
Professor Lorraine Mazerolle
Professor Richard Wortley
Professor David Farrington
More information is available on the conference website.
Public Criminologies: Crime, Power and Marginalisation (2012)
25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
27-29 November 2012
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Delegates from Australia, New Zealand, and beyond attended the conference. A one-day postgraduate conference was held on 26 November at the Auckland University of Technology.
6th Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference
Monday 26th November 2012
Nga Wai o Horotiu Marae, AUT University
5th Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference (2011)
Tuesday 27 September 2011
Four Points by Sheraton
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
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ANZSOC has always encouraged and promoted research conducted by students and new scholars, and the ANZSOC Postgraduate (PG) and Early Career Researcher (ECR) Conference is one example of that commitment. Last year the 5th PG and ECR Conference was held in Geelong and attracted 60 participants from all walks of academic life both nationally and internationally, including honours and PhD students, early career researchers and senior academics. The day was a huge success and participants particularly valued the collegial atmosphere and the networking opportunities.
The papers presented on the day showcased the diversity of research topics prevalent in Australian and New Zealand criminology. As a result of the substantial increase of abstracts submitted compared with previous years we decided to introduce a poster session, which was held during lunch. This session was well received among participants and generated a wealth of discussion. In between the high quality presentations and posters a number of early career researchers and senior academics talked about life after the PhD and also provided valuable publishing tips. We would like to thank Professor Sharon Pickering, Professor Chester Britt, Dr Lorana Bartels, Dr Jesse Cale, Dr Anna Eriksson and Ian McGinn for their invaluable contribution to the success of the day.
The 2011 PG and ECR Conference was also the setting for the inaugural Monash Postgraduate Prize, given to the most outstanding presentation of criminological research by a post-graduate student either by paper or poster. All participants were eligible to vote and the winner of the 2011 prize was Helena Menih, who presented her PhD research on homeless women.
In previous years the PG and ECR Conference has been organised by the ANZSOC Student and Early Career Researcher Sub-Committee. For the first time ever this responsibility was handed over to an organising committee consisting of postgraduate students. We are honoured to have been entrusted with the responsibility of organising this eventful day and we hope that future organisers will have as much fun planning and executing the day as we did. We look forward to this year’s PG and ECR Conference in Auckland and hope to see you all there.
Li Eriksson (Griffith University), Andrew Groves (Flinders University) and Laura Wilson (Monash University)
Cross-border Domestic and Transnational Crime: Risks and Responses (2010)
23rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
27-30 September 2010
4th Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference
Monday 27 September 2010
Alice Springs Convention Centre
Northern Territory, Australia
Crime and Justice Challenges in the 21st Century: Victims, Offenders and Communities (2009)
22nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
22-25 November 2009
University of Western Australia, Perth
3rd Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference
Sunday 22 November 2009
University of Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia
Criminology: linking theory, policy and practice (2008)
21st Annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
26-28 November 2008
National Convention Centre
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
2nd Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference
Tuesday 25 November, 2008
Australian Institute of Criminology
Canberra, Australia, Australian Capital Territory
Building Bridges (2007)
20th Annual ANZSOC Conference
23-26 September 2007
Adelaide, South Australia
Conference proceedings and selected papers were published in the Flinders Journal of Law Reform 10(3)
1st Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference
Sunday 23 September 2007
Adelaide, South Australia
Crime, community and the state (2005)
18th Annual ANZSOC Conference
9-11 February 2005
Wellington, New Zealand
Controlling crime: risks and responsibilities (2003)
17th Annual ANZSOC Conference
1-3 October 2003
The 17th annual ANZSOC Conference was held in October 2003 at the Australian Technology Park, Sydney hosted by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research in conjunction with the Institute of Criminology, Sydney University and the School of Social Science and Policy, University of New South Wales.
Criminology in the twenty-first century: public good or private interest? (2001)
15th Annual ANZSOC Conference
21-23 February 2001
University of Melbourne, Melbourne
This conference was hosted by the Department of Criminology, University of Melbourne.
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The future and criminology: new solutions for old problems or old solutions for new problems? (1999)
14th Annual ANZSOC Conference
28-30 September 1999
University of Western Australia, Perth
This conference was hosted by the Crime Research Centre, University of Western Australia.
Crime, criminology and justice: current trends and future directions (1998)
13th Annual ANZSOC Conference
8-10 July 1998
Gold Coast, Queensland
The 13th ANZSOC conference was held in July 1998 in the Gold Coast, Queensland, hosted by Faculty of Law Justice Studies, Queensland University of Technology.
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Crime, criminology and justice (1997)
12th Annual ANZSOC Conference
8-11 July 1997