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Ashley Borrett discusses the importance of newspapers when researching the history of crime.
Our Criminal Ancestors project is featured as a case study in a recent publication from the National Archives.
A postgraduate student’s research experience by Stephen Basdeo, Leeds Trinity University.
Professor Heather Shore (Leeds Beckett University) introduces a history project that is starting to untangle the evolution of the borstal system, and the experiences of borstal youths.
Funding Justice or Fuelling Crime? The Political Economy of Crime and Justice in Historical PerspectiveJanuary 25, 2019
This event focuses on the interconnections between politics, the economy, crime and criminal justice in historical perspective and features four distinguished scholars – Prof. Pamela Cox, Dr Ruth Lamont, Prof. Stephen Farrall and Dr Zelia Gallo.