Prisons

History of Prisons and Imprisonment

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Check out "Revisiting Borstal: Youth, Crime and Penality, c. 1902-1982 " https://t.co/9RJBTMOwLb @EventbriteUK

Two weeks away from presenting a paper, 'Spectacles of Punishment: Narrative Reconstruction and the Ethics of Interpretation in British Prison Museums'. Come listen and have a chat if you are in London and have time! @IPUPYORK #publichistory #crimehistory https://t.co/pP3K0PAk60

Check out The Twist is an animated short that brings to life some of Australia’s most intriguing true crime stories #ABCtruecrime
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@Dan_Johnson19 @YvonneJewkes @ourcriminalpast I haven’t studied it but I came across a great example of a newspaper in 1841 which these days would certainly been contemp of court. Josiah Mister and the attempted murder at Ludlow - read his initial description https://t.co/j6GHbzRI59

Funding Justice or Fuelling Crime? The Political Economy of Crime and Justice in Historical Perspective - Leeds Historical Criminology Seminar | School of Law | University of Leeds https://t.co/KDvIkJ4HRQ

1/3 Calling #twitterstorians ! Can we start a thread on online resources in Global/ Colonial/ Postcolonial History that we can use as springboards for undergraduate research projects? Ideas so far:

A view of Paragon Railway Station from the main entrance off Anlaby Road, c.1890. Hull's first railway opened in 1840. The original station was on Railway Street near Railway Dock but a new station was opened in 1848 and named after nearby Paragon Street #FSSmith #OldHull

In EVERY criminology lecture, I remind the students of the importance of historical context. So I’m delighted by this brilliant article by ⁦@yeomans_henry⁩ from ⁦@CCJSLeeds⁩ ⁦@Law_Leeds⁩ https://t.co/evGH9tPgwx

Fascinating day at ⁦@LincolnCastle⁩ Victorian Prison Museum with ⁦@cccjhull⁩ students! #prison history

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