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Critical Perspectives
Fourth National Conference
Critical Perspectives: Criminology and Social Justice
Quatriéme Conférence Nationale
Criminologie et justice sociale : perspectives critiques
Carleton University Canal Building
June 10th – June 12, 2014
10-12 juin 2014
Organizing Committee / Comité Organisateur
Steven Bittle
Christine Gervais
Bastien Quirion
Diana Young
Nicolas Carrier
Lara Karaian
Justin Piché
Aaron Doyle
Jennifer Kilty
Prashan Ranasinghe
Maritza Felices-Luna
Maeve McMahon
George S. Rigakos
Financial support / Soutien financier:
Carleton University /Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Carleton University / Department of Law
Carleton University / Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Carleton University / Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Carleton University / Faculty of Public Affairs
University of Ottawa/Department of Criminology
The conference is free and open to the public.
No registration required, but please sign our e-mail list.
La conférence est gratuite et ouverte au public.
Aucune inscription n'est requise, mais s'il vous plaît signer notre liste e-mail.
Updated program information will be posted here:
Lorsque le programme sera disponible, il sera affiché sur le site:
http://carleton.ca/socanth/cu-events/fourth-national-conference-critical-perspectivescriminology-and-social-justice-june-2014/
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EVENING EVENTS - SOIREES
Opening Night Reception – Réception d'ouverture de nuit
June 10, 2014 at 7 p.m. – le 10 juin à 19 heures
Avant-Garde Bar 135 Besserer St, Ottawa (613) 321-8908
Everyone at the conference (and friends) are invited to our opening day reception. The reception is cosponsored by Red Quill Books, the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons and the Criminalization and
Punishment Education Project . The fourth annual "Critical Perspectives: Criminology and Social Justice"
conference jointly organized by criminologists at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.
Vous êtes cordialement invités par Red Quill Books, le Journal des prisonniers sur les prisons ainsi que le
projet d'éducation sur la criminalisation et la répression à une réception pour inaugurer la quatrième
conférence "Criminologie et justice sociale : perspectives critiques» organisée conjointement par les
programmes de criminologie à l'Université Carleton et de l'Université de Ottawa.
Book Launch Party – Lancement de livre
June 11, 2014 7:30pm (Doors open at 7pm) – le 11 juin à 19h30
Venus Envy, 226 Bank Street, Ottawa (613) 789-4646 [email protected]
Everyone at the conference is cordially invited to a book launch party for Vicarious Kinks: SM in the
Socio-Legal Imaginary by Prof. Ummni Khan, of Carleton’s Department of Law and Legal Studies (and
presenter at the conference). Come enjoy a glass of wine while we explore the regulation of kinky
subjectivity and the boundary between normal and perverse. Music, performance, reading and
discussion. Wheelchair accessible.
Vous êtes cordialement invités au lancement du livre de la professeure Ummni Khan du département de
droit et des études légales (et présentatrice à la conférence), Vicarious Kinks: SM dans l'imaginaire
socio-juridique. Venez déguster un verre de vin pendant que nous explorons les lois qui régissent la
subjectivité "kinky" et la frontière entre le normal et pervers. Soirée de musique, performance, lecture
et discussion.
Conference Closing Night Event - Nuit de clôture de la Conférence de l'événement
Artists For Justice : Open Stage & Art Exhibition
Les Artistes Contre La Répression De L’état : Scène Ouverte Et Exposition D’art
June 12th at 7:00pm -- 12 juin à 19h00
Café Nostalgica, 603 rue Cumberland, Université d’Ottawa -- (613) 562-5800 x3000
Everyone is also invited to the conference closing night party and open-stage arts event, organized by
the Criminalization and Punishment Education Project. The event doubles as the opening event of the
International Conference on Penal Abolition which will be held at the University of Ottawa, Friday June
13-Sunday June 15 (www.actionicopa.org). Come raise a beer or glass of wine. The event will feature
musicians, poets, visual artists and others. Wheelchair accessible. Anyone interested in joining the open
stage or contributing artwork can contact Adina [email protected] / 613.875.8881 /
www.facebookwww.cp-ep.org
Vous êtes cordialement invités à la soirée de clôture organisée par le projet d'éducation sur la
criminalisation et la répression où des musiciens, poètes, artistes visuels etc. partageront avec nous
leurs œuvres dans une scène ouverte. Si vous voulez participer sur scène ou par une œuvre d’art,
contactez Adina [email protected] / 613.875.8881 / www.cp-ep.org . Cette soirée sera également
la soirée d’ouverture pour la conférence internationale sur l’abolition du système pénal
(www.actionicopa.org qui aura lieu du 13 au 15 juin à l’Université d’Ottawa.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2014
Room 3101
June 10 2014
THEORETICAL INTERVENTIONS INTO PACIFICATION
Tuesday
Chair: Aaron Henry, Carleton University
A Tactical Alliance for Anti-Security: Deploying a
9.30 – 11.00 am
Foucaultian Topology and Genealogy of Power
in combination with the concept of pacification
Nicholas Lamb, Carleton University
The Savage, the Self and Security-asCommodity: The Relational Construction of
State Legitimacy
Wynn Coates, Carleton University
First Nation-building through policing? The
curious case of “Peacekeepers”
George S. Rigakos, Carleton University
Wall-building: building the nation or salvaging
the sovereignty of the nation-state in a neoliberal globalising world?
Maritza Felices-Luna, University of Ottawa
11.00 – 11.15 am
Break / Pause
June 10 2014
Tuesday
11.15 – 12.45 pm
Room 2104
SEX WORK I
Chair: Christine Bruckert, University of Ottawa
Pimps, predators and business managers:
Constructing the ‘procurer’ in Ontario courts
Caitlin Hawkes-Frost, University of Ottawa
Unpacking the Discourses, Convergences,
Contradictions and Effects of R. v Bedford
Brittany Ruthven, University of Ottawa
Criminalizing Clients: Furthering the
Stigmatization and Marginalization of Sex
Workers
Emily Symons, POWER
Break / Pause
READING SURVEILLANCE AS PACIFICATION
SEX WORK II
Chair: George Rigakos, Carleton University
Negotiating Roles: Exploring how probation
officers understand surveillance in Canadian
community corrections
Kelsi Barkway, University of Alberta
Pacification and the Hudson Bay Company Fort:
from Containment to Inspection
Aaron Henry, Carleton University
The Democratic Potentials of Mediated
Visibility: The Use of Sousveillance as a Tactic of
Direct Action
Laura McKendy, Carleton University
Chair: Lara Karaian, Carleton University
It’s really not that simple! Third parties in the
sex industry
Christine Bruckert, University of Ottawa
Varieties of Intimacy: Experiences of
attraction, connection, and sexuality among
male clients of sex workers
Zoey Jones, Carleton University
Keep Your Eye on the (Deviant) Customer:
Police and Academic Surveillance of Men who
Buy Sex
Ummni Khan, Carleton University
12.45 – 1:45 pm
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DÉJEUNER POUR TOUS / CATERED LUNCH
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Break / Pause
June 10 2014
Tuesday
1.45 – 3.15 pm
3.15 – 3.30 pm
June 10 2014
Tuesday
3.30 – 5.00 pm
Room 3101
Room 2104
NEW DIRECTIONS IN SURVEILLANCE RESEARCH
EFFECTS OF INCARCERATION ON PRISONERS’
FAMILIES
Chair: Maritza Felices-Luna, University of Ottawa
The Claims made by Surveillance Entrepreneurs
in the Marketing of Biometric Products
Carlos R. Hickmann, University of Ottawa
Social Media as an Outlet for Community
Response: A Content Analysis of Facebook
Dialogue Following the 2011 Vancouver Stanley
Cup Riot
Eathan Lindsay, University of Ottawa
Looking Beyond the System: Introducing
Surveillance Theories to the Luhmannian
Perspective
Brent Andrew Nellis, University of Ottawa
Break / Pause
SOCIAL AND LEGAL CONTROL OF MARGINALIZED
GROUPS IN PUBLIC SPACES
Chair: Stacy Douglas, Carleton University
Spatial Tactics in Vancouver’s Criminal Courts
William Damon, Simon Fraser University
The process is the punishment revisited: pre-trial
conditions and marginalized groups who occupy
public spaces in Montreal, Toronto and
Vancouver
Marie-Eve Sylvestre, University of Ottawa
Nicholas Blomley, Simon Fraser University
Céline Bellot, Université de Montréal
Community Safety for Whom? Safe Zones and
Mobile Harm Reduction Services in Ottawa
Lisa Wright, Carleton University
(Un)Mapping the Hyper-visible, Invisible Spaces
and Identities of Contemporary Canadian Sex
Trade Market
Menaka Raguparan, Carleton University
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Chair: Jennifer Kilty, University of Ottawa
Collateral Punishments: The Experiences of
Families Affected by Incarceration
Stacey Hannem, Wilfrid Laurier University
Strict Bail Conditions, Surety Requirement and
Impact on the Family
Rania Tfaily, Carleton University
The Ottawa Carleton Detention Centre:
Experiences of family members of prisoners
M.O.M.S. Group
(Mothers Offering Mutual Support)
Break / Pause
SHIFTING UNDERSTANDINGS OF SEX OFFENDERS
Chair: Jennifer Kilty, University of Ottawa
CoSA Ottawa’s volunteers’ perspectives: ‘Sex
offenders’ inherently evil or capable of
reform?
Marci Beitner, University of Ottawa
Fluidity for all but one: Conceptualizations,
perceptions and internalizations of the
immutable identity of the sex offender
Adina Ilea, University of Ottawa
Manufacturing Stigma and Causing Harm:
the impacts of media coverage on the
relatives of sex offenders in Canada
Marshneil Sarah Vaz, University of Ottawa
Break / Pause
WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 2014
Room 3101
June 11 2014
Wednesday
9.30 – 11.00 am
11.00 – 11.15 am
June 11 2014
Wednesday
11.15 – 12.45 pm
Room 2104
Room 3400
APPROACHES TO CRIME PREVENTION
SHIFTS IN CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY
PRISON LABOUR AND PENAL PROFITS
Chair: Steven Bittle, University of Ottawa
Insite into the SIS Debate in Canada
Kelly Zhang, University of Ottawa
Smarter Crime Control: Taking Evidence to
Politicians to Reduce Violence (and Save
Taxes) in 2014
Irvin Waller, University of Ottawa
Appearance of prevention – child sexual
abuse in Polish Criminal law
Monika Platek, Warsaw University
Chair: Justin Piché, University of Ottawa
The Aesthetics of Canadian Penality:
Indigenous Penal Labour and the
Production of Cultural Artefacts
Jean-Philippe Crete, University of Alberta
From the Inside Out: A Study of CORCAN
and the Political Economy of Prison Labour
in Canada
Jordan House, York University
Penal Populism and Penal Profits: Exploring
the Links in Canada
Greg McElligott, Humber College
Break / Pause
Chair: Maeve McMahon, Carleton University
Bill C-279 : why, what, how...the impact on
criminology and the penal system
Sophie Cousineau, University of Ottawa
Punishing the (Not) Guilty: Tracing the
Trajectory of the Not Criminally Responsible
Provision
Erin Dej, University of Ottawa
Taking a Punitive Turn? An Examination of
Canadian Correctional Policy
Sarah Heath, University of Ottawa
Committing Sociology (Of Criminal Law): The
Case of Anti-terror Law in Canada
Derek M.D. Silva, Carleton University
Break / Pause
PROFILING / LE PROFILAGE
PUBLIC CRIMINOLOGIES
IMPRISONMENT / L’EMPRISONNEMENT
Chair: Bastien Quirion, University of Ottawa
The Silent Injustice in Wrongful Convictions:
Is Race a Factor in Convicting the Innocent?
Andrea Anderson, York University
La définition du profilage : le lieu d'une lutte
ou d'un dialogue interdisciplinaire?
Geneviève Bond Roussel, Université de
Montréal
L’intersectionnalité, une explication de
l’effet du genre et de l’ethnicité sur
l’utilisation du pouvoir discrétionnaire des
policiers à l’égard des jeunes délinquants ?
Camille Faubert, Catherine Montmagny
Grenier and Rémi Boivin, Université de
Montréal
Chair: Aaron Doyle, Carleton University
Media Whores, Marketers, Teachers and
Activists: Qualitatively exploring the varied and
complex engagements of public criminologists
Catlin Davies and Alexandra Henderson, Wilfrid
Laurier University
The Criminalization and Punishment Education
Project
Kyle Coady, Carleton University
Aaron Doyle, Carleton University
Adina Ilea, University of Ottawa
Susan Haines, Community Member
Andrea Hughes, University of Ottawa
Maeve McMahon, Carleton University
Samantha McAleese, University of Ottawa
Justin Piché, University of Ottawa
Samantha Rice, Social Services Worker
DÉJEUNER POUR TOUS
CATERED LUNCH
Chair: Prashan Ranasinghe, University of
Ottawa
Protection of People Deprived of Freedom:
A Missing Link
Ernest Ogbozor and Andrew Baer, George
Mason University
Performing sexualities: The Canadian male
prison experience
Rose Ricciardelli and Ailsa Craig, Memorial
University
La gestion du risque suicidaire et la sousculture carcérale, des antagonismes
conciliables ?
Caroline Pelletier, Université Laval
12.45 – 1.15 pm
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Break / Pause
June 11 2014
Wednesday
1.45 – 3.15 pm
3.15 – 3.30 pm
June 11 2014
Wednesday
3.30 – 5.00 pm
Room 3101
Room 2104
Room 3400
PUNISHMENT AND CULTURE
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: LOOKING BEYOND MEN AS
PATHOLOGY
THE JUSTICE SYSTEM AT WORK /
LE SYSTÈME DE JUSTICE AU TRAVAIL
Chair: Maritza Felices-Luna, Carleton University
Moving Past Pathology: Understanding behaviour
as a product of the performative
Gary Glover, Leeds Grenville Mental Health
On Being Politically Incorrect: Treating Abusive
Men with Integrity, Respect and Compassion
Mike Richard, Living Without Violence
“Often their lives have been hell”: Will
compassion for men’s trauma change feminist
activism against violence against women?
Deborah E. Conners, Carleton University
Chair: Bastien Quirion, University of Ottawa
Commanding Officer, Professor, and Student: Autoethnographic experiences of Academic-Police
collaborative partnerships
Rose Ricciardelli, Memorial University of
Newfoundland; Tracy Hardy, RCMP; Hayley Crichton,
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Les « civils » peuvent-ils évaluer la qualité du travail
policier ? L’expérience du comité de déontologie
policière du Québec
Rémi Boivin, Université de Montréal
Policing the snow: Exploring the plural police
through training practices of the Snowmobile Trail
Officer Patrol (S.T.O.P.)
Kyle Coady, Carleton University
Les critiques adressées aux pratiques de
négociations de plaidoyer de culpabilité :
présentation et comparaison des points de vues des
avocats de la défense et des accusés
Chloé Leclerc and Elsa Euvrard, Université de
Montréal
Break / Pause
Chair: Justin Piché, University of Ottawa
A Civilized Society? The Culture of
Punishment in Canada
Andrea Hughes, University of Ottawa
Prime Time Crime Policy: The Rhetorics
of Risk, Nostalgia and Christianity
Deborah Landry and David Myers,
University of Ottawa
Content Analysis of Infotainment:
Feminist and Visual Interpretations of
“Deadly Women”
Isabel Scheuneman Scott, University of
Ottawa
Break / Pause
Break / Pause
THE BAIL/REMAND CRISIS IN CANADA
POLICING GENDER AND SEXUALITY ON-LINE
Chair: Catherine Latimer, John Howard
Society
Abby Deshman, Canadian Civil Liberites
Association
Nicole Myers, University of Ontario
Institute of Technology
Sarah Heath, University of Ottawa
Chair: Diana Young, Carleton University
Rape threats and revenge porn: Defining violence
in the digital age
Jordan Fairbairn, Carleton University
Data Doubles and Pure Virtu(e)ality: ‘Selfies,’
Scopophilia, and ‘Surveillance Porn’
Lara Karaian, Carleton University
You have to act a certain way online': The Role of
Stereotyped Identity Narratives in Gendered
Online Conflict
Trevor Scott Milford, Carleton University
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THURSDAY JUNE 12, 2014
Room 3400
June 12 2014
Thursday
9.30 – 11.00 am
11.00 – 11.15 am
June 12 2014
Thursday
11.15 – 12.45 pm
Room 2104
THE STATE OF ABOLITIONISM IN CRIMINOLOGY I
/ L’ÉTAT DE L’ABOLISIONISME EN CRIMINOLOGIE I
Chair: Nicolas Carrier, Carleton University
Resistance, Co-option and the Paradox of
Women’s Prison Reform in Victoria, Australia
Bree Carlton and Emma Russell, Monash
University
‘On ne peut pas faire confiance à l’État’: La
decriminalization punitive et les defies pour
l’abolitionnisme pénal
Joao Velloso, Université d’Ottawa
Assessing the Boundaries of ‘Public
Criminology’: On what does (not) count
Justin Piché, University of Ottawa
Break / Pause
THE STATE OF ABOLITIONISM IN CRIMINOLOGY II
/ L’ÉTAT DE L’ABOLISIONISME EN CRIMINOLOGIE II
Chair: Justin Piché, University of Ottawa
Women in Social and Penal Landscapes: The
Normal Politics of Violence
Vicki Chartrand, Bishop’s University
Sur les traces de l’abolitionnisme pénal au
Québec
Pascal Dominique-Legault, Université Laval
The State of Abolitionism in Criminology
Nicolas Carrier, Carleton University, Justin
Piché, University of Ottawa
12.45 – 1.45 pm
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SOCIOLOGY OF LAW
Chair: Dawn Moore, Carleton University
Les avocats de la défense et les négociations
des plaidoyers de culpabilité :
quelle(s) pratique(s) ?
Elsa Euvrard et Chloé Leclerc, Université de
Montréal
The Concept of Law and the New Resistance to
Hate Crime Legislation
Amy Swiffen, Concordia University
Criminal law, norms, and the free subject
Diana Young, Carleton University
“Hear what I hear”: Audio forensics and expert
listening in the courtroom
Michael Mopas and Phillip Primeau, Carleton
University
Break / Pause
TROUBLING IDENTITIES
Chair: Ummni Khan, Carleton University
Sensing Abjection: A sensory ethnography of
homeless males in two windy cities
Dale C. Spencer, University of Manitoba
Prison, Social death, and Natal Alienation
Joshua M. Price, Binghamton University
Reviewing theories on war criminals:
Representations of Colombian former
paramilitaries
Gabriela Manrique Rueda, Université de
Montréal
DÉJEUNER POUR TOUS / CATERED LUNCH
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June 12 2014
Thursday
1.45 – 3.15 pm
Room 3400
Room 2104
CCJA ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON PROPOSED
VICTIMS’ BILL OF RIGHTS
CRIMINALIZATION AND POWER
Moderator: Hirsch Greenberg, President-Elect,
CCJA; Head, Justice Studies, University of
Regina
Steve Sullivan, Executive Director, Ottawa
Victim Services
Michel Gagnon, Executive Director of Maison
Cross Roads, and CCJA board member
Ben Roebuck, Trainer, Mental Health First Aid
for Adults who Interact with Youth
Chelby Daigle, Community worker dealing with
issues of domestic violence, sexual violence and
violence framed as "honour"
3.15 – 3.30 pm
June 12 2014
Thursday
Break / Pause
CLOSING ROUNDTABLE: CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY IN
CANADA MOVING FORWARD
3.30 – 5.00 pm
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Chair: Dale Spencer, University of Manitoba
Rational Corporation meets Disciplined Worker:
The (re)production of safety crimes as “accidents”
Steven Bittle, University of Ottawa
The Refashioning of Vagrancy
Prashan Ranasinghe, University of Ottawa
Too Old to New Criminology: Too Young to Die! –
Decriminalizing Selectivity of Justice
Joao Velloso, University of Ottawa
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