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02 October 2013

JOURNAL: Law Crime and History (2013) vol.3 Issue 2

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General Articles
Joseph S. Bonica
, The Unmanly Fear: Extortion Before the Twentieth Century, 1-29
John Walliss, Representations of Justice Executed at Norwich Castle: A Comparative Analysis of Execution Reports in The Norfolk Chronicle and Bury and Norfolk Post, 1805-1867, 30-51
 
War Crimes Related Articles
Lorie Charlesworth
, On the Dangerous Game of Collaborating with Nazis: An Historico-Socio-Legal Reconstruction of that Forgotten Past Located within Silence, Absence and [Dis]Connections between Law’s History and Critical Legal Scholarship, 52-81
McKay M. Smith, Forgotten Victims: A Socio-legal Analysis of Escape and Evasion Report No.866, 82-115
G. H. Bennett, The Limits of West German Justice in the 1960s: The Post-War Investigation of Walter Gieseke (Oberstleutnant of the Gendarmerie and SS), 116-139
Gregory Kent, Justice and Genocide in Bosnia: An Unbridgeable Gap Between Academe and Law? 140-161
 
Discussion Piece
Ian Marsh
, The Media Representation of Prisons: Boot Camps or Holiday Camps, 162-172
 
Casenote
Genevieve Lennon, Vagrancy Laws in the US and Irish Supreme Courts, 173-179
 
Thesis Summary
Leah Bleakley, ‘Those Unfortunates’: Victorian Prostitution, Local Communities And The Law 1850-1890, 180-182
 
Book Reviews
John Carter Wood, Judith Rowbotham, Marianna Muravyeva and David Nash, (eds,) Shame, Blame and Culpability: Crime and Violence in the Modern State, 183-186
Dean Wilson, Barry Godfrey and David J. Cox, Policing the Factory: Theft, Private Policing and the Law in Modern England, 187-189
Judith Rowbotham, Denis Grube, The Margins of Victorian Britain. Politics, Immorality and Britishness in the Nineteenth Century, London, 190-192
Tony Ward, John Carter Wood (2012) “The Most Remarkable Woman in England”: Poison, Celebrity and the Trials of Beatrice Pace, 193-194
 
Conference Report
Jo Turner, First AHRC Network Event, Our Criminal Past: Digitisation, Social Media and Crime History, 17 May 2013, 195-198
Jo Turner, Second AHRC Network Event, Our Criminal Past: Educating Historians of Crime: Classroom, Archive, Community, 6 September 2013, 199-204
 
SOLON New Members: Roddy Nilsson, Linnæus University, Växjö and Gothenburg University, Sweden, 205
 

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