1. Introduction: developing criminological imagination 2. Critical criminology and the intensification of the authoritarian state 3. Confronting the 'hegemony of vision': state, space and urban crime prevention 4. The 'worse' of two evils? Double murder trials and gender in England and Wales 1900-1953 5. 'Talking about resistance': women political prisoners and the dynamics of prison conflict, Northern Ireland 6. Changing focus: 'drug-related crime' and the criminological imagination 7. Taking crime seriously? Disaster, justice and impunity 8. Towards a criminology for human rights 9. Conclusion: expanding the imagination - moving beyond criminology?
Alana Barton is a Reader in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Edge Hill University, UK. Karen Corteen is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology, and Programme Leader for Criminology at the University of Chester, UK. David Scott is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Central Lancashire, UK. David Whyte is a Reader in Sociology at the University of Liverpool, UK.