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School of Law

Professor Wayne Morrison

Wayne

Professor

Email: w.morrison@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0) 20 7882 5913
Room Number: Mile End

Profile

Professor Morrison has written extensively on the subject of war crimes trials. He holds memberships of the Criminal Justice Centre, Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context, European Society of Criminology and the American Society of Criminology.

Undergraduate Teaching

  • LAW6018 Law Modernity and the Holocaust;
  • LAW6021 Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

Research

Publications

    • Ruggiero V, Morrison W, Phoenix J et al. (2022), Social Democratic Criminology by Robert Reiner $nameOfConference


    • Morrison W (2019), ‘YESTERDAY, I SAW A RABBIT!’: UNLEARNT LESSONS FROM THE NOMOS OF THE HOLOCAUST FOR CRIMINOLOGY, OR WHY SOME PRINCIPLES FROM ANARCHISM MAY TRUMP SOVEREIGNTY IN COMBATING GENOCIDE $nameOfConference


    • Morrison W (2017), Representing Law in the Holocaust or seeking the unrepresented: undoing the Legacy of Nuremberg $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2017), Ghosts of War Crimes Past: An account from the Front Line in Bangladesh $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2016), Looking into the Abyss: Bangladesh, Critical Criminology and Globalization $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ (2015), Normative visibility and artistic resistance to War $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2014), The Scene of the Mass Crime: History, Film, and International Tribunals $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2014), Visualising Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2014), Book review: Valerie Hartouni, Visualising Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness and Christian Delage and Peter Goodrich (eds), The Scene of the Mass Crime: History, Film, and International Tribunals $nameOfConference


    • MORRISON WJ (2014), War and Normative Visibility: Interactions in the Nomos $nameOfConference

    • Pratt J, Brown D, Brown M et al. (2013), The New Punitiveness: Trends, theories, perspectives $nameOfConference


    • MORRISON WJ (2010), A reflected gaze of humanity: Cultural criminology and images of genocide $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ, Gearey A, Jago R (2009), The politics of the common law: perspectives, rights, processes, institutions $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ (2006), Criminology, Civilisation and the New World Order $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ (2005), Rethinking Narratives of Penal Change in Global Context $nameOfConference

    • Morrison W (2004), 'Reflections with memories': Everyday photography capturing genocide $nameOfConference


    • MORRISON WJ, Ferrell J, Presedee M et al. (2004), Cultural Criminology Unleashed $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ (2004), Lombroso and the Birth of Criminological Positivism: Scientific Mastery or Cultural Artifice? $nameOfConference

    • MORRISON WJ (2003), Criminology, Genocide and Modernity: Remarks on the Companion that Criminology Ignored $nameOfConference

Public Engagement

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