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UBP & CaP online event: Portraits of Crime? The ethics of displaying real lives and people. Looking forward to great discussion ⁦@CaPnetworkUK⁩ ⁦@UBPnetwork⁩ ⁦@faceofresearch⁩ ⁦@UniOfHull⁩ https://ourcriminalancestors.org/events/ubp-cap-online-event-portraits-of-crime-the-ethics-of-displaying-real-lives-and-people/

Free places still available for this online event next week; take a look at the programme details and mini-exhibition here https://www.britishportraits.org.uk/events/portraits-of-crime-the-ethics-of-displaying-real-lives-and-people/, and a link to registration. https://twitter.com/UBPnetwork/status/1458089357831704579

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🔶Today #HistoricalCriminology by @iainchanning @yeomans_henry & me is officially published! @Routledge_Socio Hope it helps put time and history closer to the heart of criminology🔶 #HCNet @ANZHistCrim @HCriminology @SOLONNetwork @ourcriminalpast https://www.routledge.com/Historical-Criminology/Churchill-Yeomans-Channing/p/book/9780367185756

Reupping this call for papers. If you have a piece (or a piece in mind) that is relevant to historical criminology, send it our way! Submit via the Journal of Criminal Justice portal. https://twitter.com/HitchMagee/status/1428771756169383949

🚨CFP for conference exploring crime, imperialism & inheritances from interdisciplinary perspectives
📆 Deadline extended to 17 Dec
🎓 Esp. welcome ECRs/PGRs
🌎 International participation, online event over 4 x 1/2 days.
💻 More info: http://www.imperialgenealogiesofcrime.com
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AGM of the PHS and delighted to announce that our Annual Award for contribution to Police History goes posthumously to Emeritus Professor Clive Emsley… our former academic advisor for 35 years 🙏

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We've posted our Collection of the Month for November! https://www.northamptonmuseums.com/ is located in a C19th prison with some intriguing details still on view. View at https://www.capcollections.org.uk/ and if you'd like to be December's collection. @NorthamptonShoe #crimeandpunishment

One day I'm going to publish a book celebrating the work of Bored Clerks Through The Ages.

Here we have a Royal Naval clerk, with a wonderful piece of nautical time wasting from 1815, which appears in the ship's musters for HMS Grasshopper...

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UBP & CaP online event: Portraits of Crime? The ethics of displaying real lives and people

December 7, 2021

Online event 7 December 2021, 11:00-14:00 GMT Understanding British Portraits (UBP) and…