In this public and inaugural lecture, Professor Heather Shore will reflect upon on her research on historical youth justice from the early nineteenth to the twentieth century, a period during which the modern system of juvenile justice evolved.
Professor Shore will explore changing social and cultural representations, and the development of legal definitions of the young offender, by considering the different approaches which have shaped and informed this history.
Please see the link to register for this event. Lecture starts 6.00pm, arrivals from 5.30pm. Location: Ground Floor Atrium, Rose Bowl, City Campus, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds.