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18 March 2015

JOURNAL: "Law, Crime and History" volume 5, issue 1 (2015)


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Law, Crime and History Volume 5 Issue 1 (2015) - All information here

SPECIAL EDITION: OUR CRIMINAL PAST - CARING FOR THE FUTURE
Guest Editors: Heather Shore and Helen Johnston
Preface: Barry Godfrey, 1-4
Introduction:
Heather Shore and Helen Johnston, ‘Thinking about the Future of Our Criminal Past’, 5-11

Digital Histories of Crime
Sharon Howard, ‘Bloody Code: Reflecting on a Decade of the Old Bailey Online and the Digital Futures of Our Criminal Past’, 12-24

Hamish Maxwell Stewart, Matthew Cracknell, and Kris Inwood, ‘Height, Crime and Colonial History’, 25-42
Blogging Crime Histories
Lucy Williams, ‘Writing Wayward Women: Why Blog the History of Victorian England’s Female Offenders?’ 43-53

Helen Rogers, ‘Blogging Our Criminal Past: Social Media, Public Engagement and Creative History’, 54-76
Teaching Digital History


Zoe Alker, ‘The Digital Classroom: New Social Media and Teaching Victorian Crime’, 77-92

Andrew Davies, Mark Peel and Laura Balderstone, ‘Digital Histories of Crime and Research-Based Teaching and Learning’, 93-104
Presenting Crime and Policing Histories
Beth Wilburn, ‘Narrating ‘Our Criminal Past’ at Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives in the Context of the UK Government Funded Tackling Knives Action Programme (TKAP) 2009-2011’, 105-116

Dorian Knight, ‘On the Beat: Stories from 1914-1918: A Fresh Approach to interpreting Crime History at Bishop’s Stortford Museum’, 117-129
Debate and Discussion
Richard W. Ireland, ‘Why Everything We Know About Criminal Justice History is Wrong’, 130-142

Book Reviews
David J. Cox, ‘An Eye For An Eye: A Global History of Crime and Punishment’, 143-144
Judith Rowbotham, ‘Sex, Crime and Literature in Victorian England’, 145-148
Dean WilsonPolicing Twentieth Century Ireland: A History of An Garda Síochána, 149-151

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