Criminal Lives: Arthur Lockey, white-collar crime, early 20th century (interwar period)
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To celebrate #MuseumWeek, we look at how AHRC funding has helped Independent Research Organisations produce ground-breaking exhibitions, delve deeper into their collections and nurture the next generation of academics and curators. For the full video visit https://t.co/i6TQu1ybnC
The legendary Professor Clive Emsley opens The Architecture of the State seminar: Prisons, Courts & Police Stations in Historical Perspective talking about Bow Street and finding a Magistrate in the Brown Bear pub! @OpenUniversity with @CarolineDerry @YvonneJewkes @OU_Williams
#PhotoMW Largest historic collection of police memorabilia for Wales- 'Virtual Museum of Police in Wales' (Facebook). Including uniform, helmets, insignia, photos, ephemera etc.3
New blog post: Could Priests claim Sanctuary in Medieval England? https://t.co/hHTdOvcToc via @legalmiscellany
Yes, they could!
‘You nearly killed this old woman’: ‘If not, I ________ will soon!’ Jealousy and violence is fuelled by a night of heavy drinking https://t.co/RQVhhghpxY
A few pics from #museumbycandlelight event @RiponMuseums Prison and Police museum this eve. @CuratorLeah2
@OldBaileyOnline Nearly forgot this article about "Ruston’s Case" in 1786: https://t.co/zzcWinJ1cc
and the trial (featuring Mr Garrow being an arse): https://t.co/rJfMmhUbbp
Weekend read. Children's home, foster home, borstal, B&B, running away to stay with family, house-shares and working with refugees: Hayley Kemp uncovers what it was like to grow up as a child in care.
@OldBaileyOnline Plus there's a couple of published articles by Christopher Stone and Bencie Woll: