History of Prisons and Imprisonment
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‘She looked wild’: Infanticide and insanity in nineteenth-century Victoria https://t.co/KucV5VwDI4
Mrs HOWELL brought up her assigned servant MARY EDWARDS for having absented herself from service, & this being the 3rd offence of similar depravity, the mistress did not entertain any particular wish that MOLLY should “pleat” or “clear-starch” any more.
Trying to find records about crime, policing and punishment in your ancestry or local history - See https://t.co/TjCxebHMlG #crimehistory #genealogy #familyhistory Source Guide available ‘getting started’ @wdytyamagazine @RiponMuseums @ERidingLMA
Trying to find records about crime, policing and punishment in your ancestry or local history - See https://t.co/TjCxebHMlG #crimehistory #genealogy #familyhistory Source Guide available ‘getting started’ @wdytyamagazine
Thanks to @nycclibraries #Ripon library for hosting our FREE Find Your Criminal Ancestor event on June 20th @ourcriminalpast - FFI and to book a place : https://t.co/XRqZC3814J
Looking forward to the LFFHS conference at #Preston tomorrow. I'll be doing two talks: one on children's homes and one on reformatories, industrial schools etc. https://t.co/6OHil9rkc2
A new dataviz of changing patterns of @OldBaileyOnline trials. Each horizontal bar represents one sessions between 1716 and 1913 with 1 tile per trial, coloured by offence category. I rather like this, complements heatmaps here https://t.co/Xrw9q9OeGi
Women's History Network Small Grants Scheme
Small grants of £1,000 for 1-day conferences on women’s history, organised by full time or part time postgraduates in universities or other HE institutions
Deadline: 13 July 2018
How can family historians, genealogists, academic historians, archives & libraries collaborate?
We're contributing to this great workshop on 14 July @LeedsCityMuseum: https://t.co/nFeDYzdBOw
All welcome! @railwaymuseum @DrLauraKing @JackieDepelle #ancestryhour @FederationFHS
TODAY I AM CELEBRATING! My edited volume, A Global History of Convicts & Penal Colonies, is out. Antoinette Burton: "A stunning account of convict circuitry across the globe." David Arnold: "Global history at its most innovative, insightful and combative." https://t.co/P5OUyhRvQa