This month, Cambridge Scholars are delighted to be partnering with the British Society of Criminology (BSC).
Cambridge Scholars have donated copies of two of our titles for the BSC Members May prize draw this month:
- Corpus Juris of Islamic International Criminal Justice, by Farhad Malekian. Farhad is the author or editor of numerous books with Cambridge Scholars, including his latest title, The Mirage of International Criminal Law: Kant’s Metaphysics of Mens Rea (2018). For further information on this book, please click here.
- Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children, by Liz Gordon. The book has been described by Dr Catherine Flynn of Monash University as “an excellent introductory text, for those wishing to develop a broad understanding of some of the history and well as the current situation of children who experience parental imprisonment.”
All BSC members are eligible to enter the draw, which closes on 31st May 2018. To enter the draw, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Prize Draw – May – Corpus Juris’ or ‘Prize Draw – May – Invisible Children’ in the subject line.
If you are not yet a BSC member but are interested in becoming one, you can apply by clicking here. Membership includes a personal subscription to the Society’s official journal Criminology & Criminal Justice and, for most categories of membership, subscription to The British Journal of Criminology.
BSC members are also able to purchase copies of Corpus Juris of Islamic International Criminal Justice and Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children through our website with a 20% discount by using the promotional code available on the Members page. This discount will expire on 30th June 2018.
To find out more about the British Society of Criminology and the forthcoming Annual Conference at Birmingham City University, please click here.