Criminal Lives: Arthur Lockey, white-collar crime, early 20th century (interwar period)
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Want to know how to find and understand pauper letters? webinar by @TheirWrite @UkNatArchives showing how we kind find the voices of the poor in these remarkable sources Tue 22 January 2019
18:00 – 19:00 CET https://t.co/yXcA2rlAyx
The final essay associated with the now complete @ERC_Research project 'The Carceral Archipelago' is published at https://t.co/bQBk0yfjJo. It's on covert convict transportation from small Germany states, and is open access. Author: @kinkirarufu
Sylvia Pankhurst paintings of women at work acquired by Tate https://t.co/PiT3a0dW1g
Lovely audience last night for my talk on the Sarah Jacob case in the magnificent "Iron Room" at Egwlys Fach. It nets another donation for @PrisonersAbroad
If you don't know the case check out the Welsh Legal History Soc website.
Society News: Our chair @ProfPamelaCox has been invited to speak at an event discussing research using social care records. You can find out more (and book a free place) here:
Reminder: the next Leeds Historical Criminology Seminar is on 25 Jan, setting austerity, political economy and criminal justice in historical perspective with stellar guest speakers - register here: https://t.co/KQ5CnZ9a1b @CCJSLeeds @Law_Leeds @TimNewburn @BritSocCrim #HCNet
Inside London's lost ice house https://t.co/oD7WF5kJMV
Happy New Year. Edge Hill is currently advertising a range of Graduate teaching posts. I would love to hear from students interested in researching crime/punishment from the Victorian era to 1939.
We're getting very close to the deadline now. There are just few more days to get your ideas in for our 2019 conference! https://t.co/UQEV7zPORp