Criminology and Political Violence

January 28th, 2008 by Sue Whale Leave a reply »

normal_russell-hogg.jpg2007 was the final year of an ARC Discovery grant on terrorism in which Associate Professor Russell Hogg collaborated with former colleagues at ANU and UNSW. As part of this project he published a major paper on criminology and political violence in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, contributed a chapter on executive proscription of terrorist organisations in Australia to an edited collection to be published in early 2008 and made several submissions (written and oral) to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security.

In his other major area of research, rural crime and justice, Russell co-edited a collection with Elaine Barclay (Rural Futures), John Scott (Sociology) and Joe Donnemeyer (Ohio State) and was successful in obtaining an ARC Discovery grant on rural masculinity and violence (with Kerry Carrington and John Scott, Sociology, UNE) to commence in 2008.


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