Prison Life: Inside and Out

School of Education (R19 on campus map) - Vaughan Jeffreys Lecture Theatre
Arts and Science Festival
Wednesday 19th March 2014 (17:00-19:00)

Admission free, booking advised. Please click here to reserve a place.  

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** UPDATE: due to high demand, this event has been moved to a larger venue. The event will now take place in School of Education, Vaughan Jeffreys Lecture Theatre.**

This event showcases multi-disciplinary research exploring aspects of prison life - ranging from prison visitation and recidivism, pathways to imprisonment, the impact of imprisonment on prisoners' families, and the difficulties prisoners face following release. 

Speakers include Louise Dixon (School of Psychology), Marie Hutton (School of Geography), Karen Graham (School of Education), and Garry Henry (pracitioner). 

This fascinating lecture will be followed with an opportunity for questions and audience discussion.

This event is presented by School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences as part of Arts & Science Festival 2014, a week-long celebration of ideas, research and collaboration across campus. For details of the full programme, visit: