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.

[CfP][EASA2024]Doing and Undoing Ethics, Methods, and Positionality in the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation [P304][AnthroCrime]
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[CfP][EASA2024]Doing and Undoing Ethics, Methods, and Positionality in the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation [P304][AnthroCrime]

The scientific exploration of crime has traversed a path fraught with ethical complexities, and postmodern approaches introduce new ethical dilemmas for researchers. This panel aims to delve into these evolving ethical issues as they manifest in anthropological studies of crime and criminalised behaviours.
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Call for Chapters: Open access handbook/edited collection on the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation
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Call for Chapters: Open access handbook/edited collection on the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation

With this call for chapters, we invite interested scholars to contribute to the first open-access handbook/edited collection on the Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation. A renowned international publisher will be contacted to oversee the publication of the handbook. This handbook will include original, state-of-the-art contributions to the field, including reflections from the EASA "Anthropology of Crime and Criminalisation” (AnthroCrime) network.
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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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