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What does crime look like? Do you picture justice as a perfectly balanced scale? How and what can we see through the lens of criminological theory?

The Visualizing Crim Project brings criminological theories and rare archival photos together to showcase the power of theory for understanding the world.

The first collaboration of its kind in the Faculty of Arts (opens in new window) , this Project is a partnership between Dr. Anne-Marie Singh (opens in new window) , Criminology Department (opens in new window) , Dr. Reena Tandon, CELT (opens in new window)   and The Image Centre (external link, opens in new window)  Collection at Toronto Metropolitan University.

MA students in Dr. Singh’s Winter 2020 CR8002 Critical Engagement and Criminological Theories course produced, for public engagement, museum labels for the photos. 

Please visit our Virtual Gallery to explore the project’s journey towards visualizing criminology.