A History of Youth Justice
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‘Your husband can take everything you have and sell it’. Why the right to vote really mattered. https://t.co/NrtEtYfEuZ
The 3D model of Aylestone Meadows created by @leicspolice PC Pat O’Conner (a hobbyist model maker), which aided in the 1983 investigation into the murder of Caroline Osborne. @CCLeicsPolice @LPSpecialistSup @BritPoliceHist @PolHisSoc1985
I wrote this a week or so ago, I hadn’t realised it would be published on the first full day Johnson and his gang silenced our democracy https://t.co/dY0ADxTjwP
@WMPHistory looking forward to reading the latest addition to my bookshelf or perhaps a commute read - more great work from our resident @WMPolice heritage authors @Kenco_Mojo @museumcop 👍
Hmmm.... my turn...
Potential Suffragette bullets which were sent to Lloyd George. I’m still working on the definitive providence, but looks likely 🤞
Leader of our Lived Welfare State team, Professor Pirjo Markkola spoke yesterday at a panel "How historians can assist in historic child abuse inquiries" in London. The interest on the matter has grown in many countries. https://t.co/fMASAZ8lm2
Domestic production and work in poor British homes, c.1650-1850 conference is this Thursday! Hashtag for the day will be #DomesticWorkDerby - Please do follow and tweet!
How best to use digital resources in student learning ?? Great techniques by @Adam_Crymble at
#NewToTeaching workshop in Manchester @RoyalHistSoc @history_uk - could be a good session for @lsehistory phd training seminar @TanyaHarmer
A significant moment in the history of instigative forensics across the globe. And utilised to great effect by @leicspolice https://t.co/PBwqSVPetC
There's still time to join our free online course #PeterlootothePankhursts on @FutureLearn, developed with @PHMMcr and bursting with engaging content from @UkNatArchives, @UKParlArchives and @HistParl. Sign up here: https://t.co/8FrCG5q13b