This blog post draws on data from a ‘Finishing Time’ (FT) project*, that makes use of timelines and images with graduates from a prisoner resettlement scheme (LandWorks), in research encounters that aim to map/chart their journeys beyond prison or community punishment. The focus is on the collaborative processes involved in creating audio visual work that … More Julie Parsons, Rob Giles and Daniela Chivers: the i-poem giving voice to stigmatised storytellers.
Dr Ruth Armstrong and Dr Amy Ludlow from Cambridge University, Wednesday 23rd August 2017, The Old Hall, Girton College Cambridge, with a response from Dr Geraldine Brown, Coventry University. Abstract: Drawing on our experiences over the last four years of building learning communities of students within higher education and criminal justice organisations, this presentation will … More Ruth Armstrong and Amy Ludlow: What’s so good about participation? Discomforts, harms and potential.
Professor Nick Hardwick, Royal Holloway, University of London, Tuesday 22nd August 2017, room C16, Girton College, Cambridge, with response from Andy Whiteford, University of Plymouth. Abstract: This presentation will focus on presenting and leading discussion on the possible ethical and practical challenges on working with prisoners as researchers – as participants rather than subjects – … More Nick Hardwick: experts by experience: prisoners as researchers, ethical and practical problems…
Nicola Harding, Leeds Trinity University, Wednesday 23rd August 2017, The Old Hall, Girton College, Cambridge, with a response from Dr Jonathan Harvey, Plymouth Marjon University. Abstract: Constructing the everyday experiences of women subject to punishment in the community as subjugated knowledge poses methodological challenges. Challenges that feminist criminology and visual criminology have the potential to … More Nicola Harding: picturing subjugated knowledge, an argument for creative criminology
Erwin James, Editor-in-chief Inside Time, Tuesday 22nd August 2017, room C16, Girton College Cambridge, with a response from Dr Julie Parsons, University of Plymouth. Response from Julie: Erwin talked with passion and feeling for an hour and a half. It was an emotional rollercoaster of a journey. He started with some questions; “how do you … More Erwin James: “the battlefield within”