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Dr Michael Naughton invited to give presentation in Norway

18 August 2014

Dr Michael Naughton, Reader in Sociology and Law ​, ​will give an invited presentation at a seminar in Norway on miscarriages of justice on the 25 August 2014. The seminar has been jointly organised by Norwegian PEN together with the Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson-Akademiet - the Academy of Literature and Language, The venue is the House of Literature in Oslo​. 

Nuclear scholarship for whom? Rethinking policy-relevance and the responsibility of nuclear scholars

5 August 2014

Dr Benoit Pelopidas has published a short essay on the ethics and politics of nuclear scholarship.

New article from Dr Kieran Flanagan published

25 July 2014

Taylor and Francis publish article by Dr Kieran Flanagan and Peter Jupp entitled: 'Martyrs and Martyrdom'

Dr Kieran Flanagan has article published in Polish Sociological Review

25 July 2014

Dr Kieran Flanagan wrote an article entitled ‘A Sociological Prelude in Theological Notations: Minor and Major’, published in the Polish Sociological Review,

Gilberto Algar-Faria appointed to new role by the Fahamu Refugee Programme

24 July 2014

Gilberto Algar-Faria has been appointed by the Fahamu Refugee Programme as a Country of Origin Information Expert for both Sri Lanka and North Korea.

Article in The Guardian cites Dr Brad Evans' book 'Resilient Life'

21 July 2014

Dr Brad Evans' and Dr Julian Reid's book 'Resilient Life: The Art of Living Dangerously' has been cited in an article in The Guardian.

New Article by Dr Brad Evans published by Truth-Out

3 July 2014

Dr Brad Evans has written an article entitled 'Terminal Life: On the Pure Space of Neoliberalism'

New article from Michael Naughton published in The Conversation

24 June 2014

The Conversation has just published a new article from Michael Naughton entitled Gerry Conlon’s life is a reminder that wrongful convictions happen everywhere.

Supreme Court affirms a positive role for innocence project investigations into alleged wrongful convictions

24 June 2014

In a judgment handed down by the Supreme Court on Wednesday 18th June 2014, a positive role for investigations into alleged miscarriages of justice by innocence projects was affirmed and the existing rules for access to evidence post-failed appeal were improved to enable such investigations to occur.

Dr Benoit Pelopidas invited to give presentation at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars

20 June 2014

Dr Benoit Pelopidas has been invited to speak at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars. Benoit will be giving a presentation entitled 'Retrospective Illusions?: Lessons on Nuclear Security from the French Memory of the Cuban Missile Crisis' on Wednesday.