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Lives, Trials and Executions: Perspectives on Crime c. 1700-c.1900
Wed 24 May 2017, 09:00 – 18:00 BST
This is the event registration page for the Lives, Trials and Executions conference due to take place at Liverpool John Moores University on May 24th, 2017.
The conference broadly explroes historical and literary perspectives on crime and law enforcement from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is designed to give crime-history researchers a new and broad forum at which to discuss their research, alongside the biennual British Crime Historians' Symposium and the SOLON series of conferences.
The conference is interested in all types of papers from a variety of disciplines including history, literature, law, and criminology. Potential topics ill include, but are not limited to, the following:
History of policing.
Media representations of crime.
Papers focusing on individual criminals.
Papers offering new perspectives on key concepts in crime history (e.g. the “underworld”, subcultures, etc.)
To register, use the links available on this page. Tickets are free, but numbers are limited.