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DCGC Newsletter, Issue 2, January 2015
As well as the profiles of the new cohort this issue contains pieces from other DCGC candidates. Dennis Pauschinger, who is in his second year and based in Kent and Hamburg, reports on his experiences of doing fieldwork in Brazil during the recent FIFA World Cup. As part of the Doctorate, candidates are encouraged to gain experience of non-academic environments through internships and other means. Kyle Mulrooney, a member of the first cohort, writes about his experience with the John Howard Society in Ontario and how this has helped his research. Finally, in the first of a series looking at the candidates’ experiences of the four partner institutions, one of our candidates writes about his time living and working in Kent.
DCGC Newsletter, Issue 1, June 2014
We are pleased to introduce the first edition of the Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology (DCGC) newsletter. The DCGC newsletter will be published bi-annually and will serve as a link between candidates, associate partners, faculty, and prospective members.
Chris Hale, the co-ordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology, kicks off this first edition with a welcome word. This is followed by brief introductions of the four associate partner Universities: The University of Kent, the University of Hamburg, Eötvös Loránd University, and Utrecht University. Next, we hear from two candidates from the first DCGC cohort: Brian Frederick discusses “getting published as a DCGC candidate” and Camille Stengel gives us an inside look at her time as an intern with Harm Reduction International. Lastly, we introduce you to each of the DCGC candidates and provide a brief outline of their exciting research projects.