About the Journal

Journal of Contemporary Crime, Harm, and Ethics is an international, peer-reviewed, inter-disciplinary open-access journal that publishes articles, commentary essays, and debates on the contemporary social realities of crime, social harm, and justice written from the perspectives of criminology, zemiology, anthropology, moral and political philosophy, critical theory, and the humanities more broadly.

ISSN: 2752-3799

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CfP Special Issue - The Power of Things: Exploring the Relationship Between Objects and Crime

2022-05-25

This is a call for papers for the thematic special issue, The Power of Things: Exploring the Relationship Between Objects and Crime. 

The special issue will be edited by Donna Yates (Maastricht University, Netherlands); Annette Hübschle (University of Cape Town, South Africa); Simon MacKenzie (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand), and Diāna Bērziņa (Maastricht University, Netherlands). Feel free to submit full-length articles, short theoretical essays, polemical pieces or book reviews that are relevant to the themes of this call for papers. 

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