Call for abstracts is open!
First Summer School of the European Society of Criminology!!
Applications are open to the 2024 European Summer School on Criminology
The ESC invites researchers to apply for a fellowship to attend the annual conference of the ESC
ESC awards. Nominations sought!
The deadline is 31 March.
Have you noticed?
The ESC website has a new layout!
Call for papers: JUSTICE EVALUATION JOURNAL
JEJ welcomes papers concerning criminal justice policies and programs broadly defined.
Researching online Extremism
Annual Colloquium of the ESC Working Group on Radicalizaiton, Extremism, and Terrorism (WG-Extreme)
European Journal of Criminology- Volume: 20, Number: 6 (November 2023)
New issue out!
Call for Chapters: Modern Insights and Strategies in Victimology
Published by IGI Global, the handbook aims to redefine the landscape of victimology by offering a contemporary and systematic perspective on recent developments in the field
New book alert! Criminology as a Moral Science
Criminology as a Moral Science Edited by Anthony Bottoms and Jonathan Jacobs
European Journal of Criminology- Volume: 20, Number: 5 (September 2023)
A new issue of EJC is out!
"Howard S. Becker, Who Looked at Society With a Fresh Eye, Dies at 95"
From The New York Times: "A sociologist, he challenged conventional thinking on matters as diverse as deviance, art making and marijuana use"
European Journal of Criminology, vol. 20, number 4 is out!
New ToC for the most recent issue of the EJC
Tom Vander Beken interviewed or ECOH
Tom Vander Beken interviewed in Malaga, Spain, September 2022, at the 22nd Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology (ESC).
Catrien Bijleveld for ECOH
The former ESC president Catrien Bijleveld interviewed for the ESC oral history project
New book: Criminal Justice & The Ideal Defendant in the Making of Remorse & Responsibility
The new book includes several members of the ESC Working Group on Sentencing & Penal Decision-Making
"Dr. José Luis Díez Ripollés" International Award
The aim of this prize is to promote research in the legal and social sciences by awarding €3,000 and publication by Tirant Lo Blanch to the best work in criminal law, criminology or criminal policy
Katja Franko receives an award from the American Society of Criminology
This year, Franko will receive The Thorsten Sellin & Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck Award
Transnational Unconventional Organized Crime - A National and Global Security Concern (Springer)
Interview with Rosella Selmini
The Oral History Project interviews Rossela Selmini
Open Call for Associate Editors for the European Journal of Criminology
In recent years the European Journal of Criminology has seen a steep rise in submissions, which cover a wide range of topics relating to crime and criminal justice. To support an effective and efficient peer review process, Associate Editors (AEs) have become a key asset of our Editorial Team. We ar...