Radically free, independent and open-access journal in criminology. Editors-in-chief: Lucas Melgaço and Mattias de Backer @mattiasdebacker

Joined March 2018
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Read ‘Casting activists as terrorists: The post-9/11 police state and Native communities in Canada’, a review by Thomas Donald Jacobs of Crosby and Monaghan’s book ‘Policing Indigenous movements: Dissent and the Security State’: criminologicalencounters.org…
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Encountering the C Wing: The Relationship Between Prisoner Self-Governance and “Pains of Imprisonment”, by Marlies Talay and Brunilda Pali @BrunildaPali, reports the findings of their ethnographic research on an “open wing” in a Belgian prison: criminologicalencounters.org…
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‘Killing Environmental Campaigners: Manifest and Latent Justifications’ by Vincenzo Ruggiero. You can find the full article here: criminologicalencounters.org…
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Ellen Van Damme @EllenEVD interviewed Jody Miller, ‘On Urban Criminology Encounters: Gender, Race, and Class in Urban Contexts’. You can read the full interview here: criminologicalencounters.org…
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Read Firmino @rodrigo_firmino and @acacio1871 Augusto’s essay review of the recent book ‘Urban Criminology: The City, Disorder, Harm and Social Control’ by Atkinson and Millington: criminologicalencounters.org…
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‘Urban Criminology: Thinking beyond the Paradox’, a commentary by Atkinson @qurbanist and Millington @GRMillington, which calls for a robust and closer dialogue between critical urban studies and critical criminology: criminologicalencounters.org…
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Make sure to read Margo De Koster’s ‘Negotiating Controls, Perils, and Pleasures in the Urban Night: Working-Class Youth in Early-Twentieth-Century Antwerp’: criminologicalencounters.org…
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Read Bannister and O'Sullivan’s ‘Towards a Planetary Urban Criminology’, an article which challenges mainstream approaches and argues for a more vital and critical criminology, which takes the city into account as a multiscalar open system: criminologicalencounters.org…
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