CNIC Papers and Presentations
About the Seminar Paper series
The seminar paper series represent a record of the proceedings and/or presentations given at CNIC events. They are ‘works in progress’, and should be read as such. Through agreeing to their publication on-line, the author(s) also invite comment and feedback.
Copyright and citation of papers
Copyrights of these research presentations remain with the author(s). You may only download them for your own personal use. The paper must not be published elsewhere (e.g. to mailing lists, bulletin boards etc) without the author’s explicit written permission. If you refer to this paper you must include this copyright note, and not use the paper for commercial purposes or gain in any way. This paper may be cited or briefly quoted in line with the usual academic conventions.
Citation of Research Papers should use a version of the following format:
Hood, C.P. (2009) ‘Narratives on the World's Worst Plane Crash: Flight JL123 in Print and on Screen’, Research seminar paper, ref no. 7, Cardiff Crime Narratives Network, Cardiff University – http://www.cf.ac.uk/chri/research/cnic/
1. 'Six Contexts for Crime Narratives'
Martin Kayman (Cardiff University) on 22 March 2007
Keywords: Law; Literature; Detective; Police; Narrative; Modernity.
2. "'Chancer", "Failure" or "Trier"? Regulatory Conversations and the Construction of Identities'
Julia Black (London School of Economics) on 27 November 2007
Keywords: Identity; Discourse Theory; Regulatory Regimes; Tax.
3. 'Writing the Terrorist Self: Alterity, Autobiography and Italy's Female Perpetrators' [231.0 Kb]
Ruth Glynn (Bristol University) on 7 February 2008
Keywords: Terrorism; Trauma; Female Perpetrators; Autobiography; Identity
4. 'The Intimate Massacre: The Harold Shipman Case'
Brian Hurwitz (Kings College, London) on 15 October 2008
Key words: Harold Shipman, GP, Mass Murder, Unlawful Killing
5. 'Narratives of Evil: Contrasting Organised and White-Collar Crimes'
Mike Levi (Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences) on 27 November 2008
Key words: White-collar Crime, Organised Crime, Media
6. 'Public Health Contributions to Violence Protection'
Jonathan Shepherd (Cardiff University Dental School) on 11 December 2008
Key words: Violence, Health Response, Death, Injury
7. 'Narratives of the World's Worst Plane Crash: Flight JL 123 in Print and on Screen'
Christopher Hood (Cardiff University Business School) on 12 February 2009
Key words: plane, crash, narratives, documentaries, Japan
8. 'The Construction of Criminal Subjectivity in Foucault'
Cecile Brich (School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds) on 26 March 2009
Key words: Foucault, crime, madness, criminal subjectivity, deviance
9. 'Cesare Lombroso and the Italian School of Criminal Anthropology'
Maurizio Ascari (University of Bologna, Italy) on 5 November 2009
Key words: Italian crime, criminal anthropology, Lombroso
10.'The multiple disappearances of Roberto Bolaño: The Ciudad Juárez murders and 2666'
Richard Gwyn (School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University) on 18 February 2010
Key words: Roberto Bolano, Mexico, Ciudad Juarez murders.
11.'Religion and Psychology in Contemporary Film and Episodic Drama: the Sopranos'
Louise Child (School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Cardiff University) on 17 April 2008
Keywords: Sacred, Psychology, sacrifice, Sopranos, Medea, television drama.