'Women in our own right or ‘Honorary Men’? Reflections on the past, present and future in academic life' by Professor Alison Liebling (1988)
*This lecture is now fully booked*
Date: Thursday 18 May 2017
Time: Lecture 5.45pm-7.00pm (open to everyone) | Dinner in Hall 7.30pm (TH members only + guest)
Location: Trinity Hall, GSR
Cost: free | booking required
The Aula Bar will be open prior to and after the Lecture should you wish to purchase any refreshments.
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Dining in Hall: Members of the College are invited to use their Dining Rights which entitle those eligible to dine at High Table on any four Thursdays or Sundays each year during Full Term. A guest may be brought in place of one of these four occasions. Booking is required and will be taken on a first come, first served basis.
Biography: Alison Liebling is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Cambridge and the Director of the Institute of Criminology's Prisons Research Centre. Her most recent research explores the moral quality of prison life, and the changing nature of staff-prisoner and prisoner-prisoner relationships in high security prisons. She was awarded an ESRC-funded 'Transforming Social Science' research contract in 2012-14 to explore the location and building of trust in high security settings and is currently writing up that work, with colleagues. Her books include Prisons and their Moral Performance, The Effects of Imprisonment, Legitimacy and Criminal Justice, and The Prison Officer. She is a co-editor of Punishment and Society and the Oxford Clarendon Series on Criminology.