Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation (AnthroCrime) is an EASA network created in 2021. We aim to connect scholars from all disciplines, inside and outside Europe, interested in the study of crime and criminalisation within anthropological frameworks.

EASA Belfast 2022, P157: Crimes of the Powerful: Past, Present and Future
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EASA Belfast 2022, P157: Crimes of the Powerful: Past, Present and Future

What panels are you going to attend at EASA Belfast 2022? AnthroCrime invites you to our panel "Crimes of the Powerful: Past, Present, and Future" on Tuesday, July 26, 12:00-1:45 pm (Belfast timezone), live at 6 College Park (6CP), 01/035,...
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Anthropology of Crime and Security EASA networks conference 2022 – Official website
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Anthropology of Crime and Security EASA networks conference 2022 – Official website

Visit the event's official website for detailed information on AnthroCrime's joint conference with the Anthropology of Security Network, which will be held in Bologna, Italy, May 17-19, 2022: https://eventi.unibo.it/anthro-crime-security-easa-2022
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17th EASA Biennial Conference 2022 in Belfast
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17th EASA Biennial Conference 2022 in Belfast

The Call for Papers of the EASA Belfast 2022: Transformation, Hope and the Commons is now open: https://easaonline.org/conferences/easa2022/cfpThere is time until March 21, 2022, to submit your proposal to our network's panel P157: Crimes of the Powerful: Past, Present and...
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