Meda Chesney Lind
Seminar on Gender and Crime: Gender and Criminological Theory
Is Feminist Critical Criminology an Oxymoron? - Claire Renzetti, University of Kentucky
Women and Wrongful Convictions: Learning from 'difference'
Is male crime shaped by ‘masculinity’ ?
Meda Chesney-Lind, Feminist Criminologist, Talks Gangs at UCLA
"Arrested Justice: Black Feminist Reflections on Carceral Feminism and Prison Abolition"
Queering the Carceral Landscape: GLBTQI narratives of 'justice' and imprisonment in Canada- Part I
Queering the Carceral Landscape: GLBTQI narratives of 'justice' and imprisonment in Canada- Part III
ICAS NA 2014 - Feminist Theory and the Non/Human
Doris Leibetseder: Reproductive Ethics: an example of an allied dis/ability-queer feminist justice
Living at the intersections: A postcapitalist-feminist approach to disability, animality and gender
Matt Ball: The Ethics of Queering Criminology: The Case of the 'Prison of Love'
Mean Girls and Conflict Theory
Thinking Gender 2011- Session 1, Gender & Media in the Post and Cold War Era, McDonald