30 September 2011

NOTICE: SOLON's Law, Crime and History

SOLON's (2011) 1 Law, Crime & History e-journal is now available.

Contributions include the following articles:
  • David Cox, ‘The Wolves let loose at Wolverhampton’: A study of the South Staffordshire Election ‘Riots’, May 1835' 1-31
  • Iain Channing, 'Freedom of Expression from the ‘Age of Extremes’ to the ‘Age of Terror’: Reflections on Public Order Law and the Legal Responses to Political and Religious Extremism in 1930s Britain and the Post 9/11 32-57
  • Chris Monaghan, In Defence of Intrinsic Human Rights: Edmund Burke’s Controversial Prosecution of Warren Hastings, Governor-General of Bengal 58-107
  • Lisa Denmark, Worshipping Bacchus: Prohibition in Savannah, 1899-1922 109-140
  • James Windle, Ominous Parallels and Optimistic Differences: Opium in China and Afghanistan 141-164
  • Haia Shpayer-Makov, Revisiting the Detective Figure in Late Victorian and Edwardian Fiction: A View from the Perspective of Police History 165-193
There are also conference reports from SOLON's 2nd International War Crimes Conference (3-5 March 2011):

  • Judith Rowbotham, Lorie Charlesworth, Michael Kandiah, Justice? – Whose Justice? Punishment, Mediation or Reconciliation?’ 194-214
  • Maya Mounayer-Rigby, Justice? – Whose Justice? 215-223
  • Rebecca Blackwell, Are we Perfectible? 224-227

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