Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT
The Criminology and Sociology Department at Middlesex University is proud to announce that we will be hosting the Common Session Conference 16-18 December 2019 at our campus in Hendon, London.
We look forward to welcoming criminology PhD and MA students and staff members from all partner universities to this conference.
The password for registration is: MDX2019
Political violence and social change:
The focus of this Common Session Programme is how social change and reform are collectively pursued and how the institutional apparatus responds to collective action. Strategies for social change may be violent and/or nonviolent, as can be state reactions to them. Papers on a wide range of related topics are welcome, including: social movements, political protest, violent institutional responses to social struggles, terrorism, state violence and war. Theoretical contributions are also encouraged, for example: religion and violence, philosophical interpretations of violent conflict, theories of social change, nonviolent contention, conflict and emancipation, strategies of liberation.
If you want to present a paper at the conference, please upload an abstract using our drop box.
The deadline for uploading your abstract is the 18th of November 2019.
Further details on how to upload an abstract for the conference and our programme are to be announced soon.
Please download our leaflet for information on travel and accommodation.