Career and Output

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A memory of those days before it became customary to post 'office hours' (i.e. very limited availability) on office doors in universities. In the 1980s I would helpfully indicate my temporary absence with such door notes, even sometimes providing a clue as to where a very desperate person could…

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THE CASE OF THE MUCH-PUNISHED PROFESSOR – 25 YEARS ON
CHRISTOPHER HARDING and RICHARD IRELAND

 
PUBLIC LECTURE
WEDNESDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2014
ELYSTAN MORGAN BUILDING,  LLANBADARN  CAMPUS, ABERYSTWYTH
 

Thoughts of a research collaborator

CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE 

THE FREEWHEELIN’ VERSION

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The Festival of Law and Criminology at Aberystwyth took place on 19 January 2018 at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.It was a day of presentations, performance and discussions by academic staff and students, past and present, legal and criminal justice professionals, politicians and musicians, and…

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LET’S PRETEND – THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY

ORIGINALLY POSTED IN 2015 
Inspired partly by the theory of American psychologist Eric Berne (The Games People Play: The Psychology of Human Relationships, 1964) and the classic 1969 recording by…

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ORIGINALLY POSTED IN DECEMBER 2012

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ORIGINALLY POSTED IN 2005

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MISSING CRIMINOLOGIES: TAKING A SAD SONG AND MAKING IT BETTER
RESEARCH PRESENTATION
ABERSYTWYTH, NOVEMBER 2015
 
Song of the month (for October): Hey Jude (McCartney) The Beatles (1968)
Searching for what is missing – the outlaw voice, cultural…

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