John Barry Memorial Lecture and Symposium Series
|Title||Terrorism and Government: Between History and Criminology|
|Date||Monday 15 October, 6.30pm|
|Speakers||Mark Finnane, Griffith University|
|Brief||Please join us at the upcoming John Barry Memorial Lecture hosted by the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne on Monday, 15 October 2012 at 6.30pm. The lecture is entitled Terrorism and Government: Between History and Criminology and will be delivered by Mark Finnane from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security at Griffith University.
|Title||Barry Symposium in Criminology|
|Date||Monday 15 October, 3.15-5.15pm|
|Location||North Lecture Theatre|
|Speakers||Mohammed Tabbaa: Can The Terrorist Speak?
Chris Bonnicci: Accountability for the use of information derived from coercive powers
Peter Chambers: The Common Grounds of Contemporary Australia: Securing Circulation through Governance, on Christmas Island and at Federation Square.
|Chair and discussant||David McDonald|
- 2011 John Barry Memorial Lecture.More Upbeat Than Usual. Considering Crime Rates in Indigenous Communities. Presented by Professor Larissa Behrendt. Tuesday 15 November 2011. View and download the video of the lecture.
This lecture explored research investigating what factors might explain why some Indigenous communities have high crime rates and others have low ones. Prof Behrendt is a Eualeyai/Kamillaroi woman. She is the Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning at the University of Technology, Sydney.
- The John Barry Memorial Lecture and Symposium - Ned Kelly, John Barry and the Role of Social Activism in Criminal Justice Reform on the 130th Anniversary of the Execution of Ned Kelly - Peter Norden, AO (11/11/10)
- Watch the Recording - Peter Norden, AO - 'Ned Kelly, John Barry and the Role of Social Activism in Criminal Justice Reform'(11/11/10)
- Listen to Recording - Peter Norden, AO - 'Ned Kelly, John Barry and the Role of Social Activism in Criminal Justice Reform'(11/11/10)
- Read the Symposium presentation by the Honourable Alastair Nicholson AO RFD QC on Human Rights and the Northern Territory Intervention
- The John Barry Memorial Lecture and Symposium - The Penal Politics of Hate - Assoc. Prof. Gail Mason (21/10/09)
- Listen to Recording - Assoc. Prof. Gail Mason - The Penal Politics of Hate (21/10/09)