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Jeudi 14 Novembre 2019

Organisations

University of Oxford. Centre for Criminology

Domaine

National, Royaume-Uni

TypePays d'origineConstitution

Instituts universitaires Royaume-Uni1991

Matière

Criminologie, Législation, Pénal

Activité

As well as conducting research into criminology and criminal justice, members of the Centre teach:
undergraduates reading Criminal Justice and Penology in the Final Honour School of Jurisprudence
MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice graduate students
BCL and MJur graduate students who take the Crime, Justice and the Penal System option
graduates reading for the MSc in Applied Social Studies
graduates reading for the MSc in Sociology who take the Criminology option.

Information d'intérêt

It is now over fifty years since criminological teaching and research was established in Oxford by the distinguished refugee from Nazi Germany, Dr Max Grünhut. Building on the foundations laid down by Dr Grünhut, Dr Nigel Walker established a Penal Research Unit in 1966 with the assistance of a grant from the Nuffield Foundation. In 1971 it became a department of the University with a Committee of Management representing both the Law and Social Studies Faculties. Three years after Dr Roger Hood was appointed to the Readership in 1973 (in succession to Dr Walker) the Penal Research Unit moved to Bevington Road and changed its name to the Centre for Criminological Research to reflect the broader range of its interests and research activities. In 1991 the Centre became part of the Law Faculty. In August 2004 the Centre changed its name to the Centre for Criminology, and moved to the Manor Road Building, next to the Law Faculty.

Données de contact

University of Oxford Manor Road Building, Oxford, Oxford, Royaume-Uni
Téléphone:01865 274444
ccr@crim.ox.ac.uk
http://www.crim.ox.ac.uk

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