Domus Nova, 5.-7.fl. (map)
St. Olavs plass 5
David Rodriguez Goyes at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law will be defending the thesis; Biopiracy from a green criminological perspective for the degree of Ph.D.
Anette Bringedal Houge at Department of Criminology and Sosiology of Law will be defending the thesis “Thugs” on Trial. Narrating Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in and for International Criminal Justice for the degree of Ph.D.
Master in Criminology Siv Rebekka Runhovde will be defending the thesis Policing the Illegal Trade in Wildlife. A Study of Norway and Uganda for the degree of Ph.D.
Monika Lindbekk at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law will be defending the thesis Inscribing Islamic shari‘a in Egyptian marriage and divorce law: continuity and rupture for the degree of Ph.D.
Master in Criminology Kjersti Lohne at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law will be defending the thesis Advocates of Humanity: Human Rights NGOs and the International Criminal Court for the degree of Ph.D.
Moses Deyegbe Kuvoame at the departement of Criminology and Sociology of Law, will be defending the thesis "In Search of Care: How marginalised street-involved Black and minority ethnic youths tackle the psychoaffective injuries of multiple and prolonged marginality in a White workfare state" for the degree of Ph.D.
Doctoral candidate Moses Deyegbe Kuvoame at Department of criminology and sociology of law will give a trial lecture on the given topic: Why do feelings matter in criminology?
Christin Thea Wathne will be defending the thesis; Like being a stranger in your own home – Police perception of meaning and motivation in light of new management systems for the degree of Ph.D.
Original title: Som å bli fremmed i eget hus - Politiets opplevelse av mening og motivasjon i lys av nye styringssystemer
The disputation will be held in Norwegian
Sverre Flaatten will defend his thesis:
Høyesteretts lenker – Straffeutmåling i etterkrigstiden: en fortolkning med utgangspunkt i vinningslovbrudd (In English: Sentencing Theory in Post-war Norway: The Case of the Supreme Court) for the degree of Ph.d