Submission deadline is 31 March 2018.
Contributions may include (but are not limited to) examinations of:
- Histories of crime and lawbreaking in Jerusalem and Palestine
- Histories of criminal justice institutions and officers
- Relationships and interactions between civilian communities and police
- Policing, prisons, and/or crime and communal difference
- Policing, prisons, and/or crime and gender
- Organization and structure of criminal justice systems (security forces, courts, jails and prisons, and so on)
- Prison culture and daily life of inmates and detainees
- Criminal procedure, forensic technologies, and investigation
- Smuggling and underground/illicit econonmies
- Interactions and interplay between formal and informal mechanisms of justice
- Popular perceptions of policing and/or law-breaking
- Policing, imprisonment, crime, and criminal justice in cultural production (literature, theater, film, visual arts, and so on)
- Law and policing in producing and enforcing spatial and communal boundaries
- Works that focus on or give precedence to Jerusalem are especially appreciated.