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The @howard_journal is 100 this year!

Articles from an international line-up of academics and practitioners will appear in a centenary issue, to be published next month.

Book your place and join us online on 14 October to hear from our panel of experts: https://howardleague.org/events/100-years-of-the-howard-journal-lessons-for-contemporary-penal-policy/

Very excited by our panel starting shortly on 'Family Limitation' for @Preg_Research: Fionnuala Walsh (@ucddublin) on unwanted pregnancies in early 20th C Ireland; @DelayCara on Irish criminal abortion 1900-50, and myself on infanticide in England & Wales during the Great War 🤩

The book chapter “The patient's view as history from below: evidence from the Victorian poor, 1834-71”, by Paul Carter and Steve King, is the latest published output from our @ahrcpress- funded @TheirWrite project. https://bit.ly/3C9axPK

As new drama #thenorthwater arrives on BBC Two, set against the brutal backdrop of a 19th-century whaling vessel, @kejamieson_ explains more about the whaling industry and the risks that hunting these ocean behemoths posed to sailors’ lives… https://bit.ly/2XhDCth

Just a little over two weeks now until my next book, Tracing Your Irish Ancestors Through Land Records, is published by @Penswordbooks - you can pre-order a copy at https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Tracing-Your-Irish-Ancestors-Through-Land-Records-Paperback/p/19283
I hope it helps! 😃
#genealogy #familyhistory #Ireland #NorthernIreland

Finally, our cover story" Jordanna Bailkin from @UW, on History in Practice; "reflects on the experience of writing a book about the history of #refugee camps in Britain during the global refugee crisis." https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14490854.2021.1956341

Amazing to get a chance to contribute to the @BritSocCrim newsletter in a cross-continental collab with the great @tcguiney discussing the @ANZHistCrim & #HCNet discussion series on historical criminology we helped lead in July!

Check it out here: https://www.britsoccrim.org/publications/bscnewsletters/

We are already looking forward to contributing to this very special event in such an important year for @TheHowardLeague

📣 We're excited to announce our first Zoom #event on 14th Sep!

This month's guest speaker is Steve Pearce. Steve has had a long #policing career in #Devon & #Cornwall and is our new Chair of Trustees.

Members: Free
Non-members: £5.50

For more info see https://bit.ly/38LflOQ

Latest Blogs

Taking a firm hand: dealing with juvenile delinquency in interwar Hull

August 24, 2021

The early part of the 20th century has been seen as a ‘progressive’ period in the punishment of young offenders. But as Dr Ashley Borrett reveals, even in this so-called enlightened era, old habits die hard.

Criminal records as a way of introducing archives to children

August 24, 2021

Hannah Salisbury, Community and Learning Officer at Suffolk Archives, explains how new learning resources on crime and punishment are being used to introduce younger children to the fascinating world of historical archives.

Reformatory and industrial training ships in nineteenth-century UK

March 31, 2021

Julie Brumby, from Leeds Beckett University, takes a look at the role reformatory and training ships played in dealing with juvenile criminality in the nineteenth century.

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