The Open University’s criminal justice history centre, (the ICPCJH) is holding the latest in its series of criminal justice history seminars on Friday 24 March 2017.
The speakers and topics are:
11.15 Donald Fyson, Laval University, Canada – “The Spectacle of State Violence: Executions in Quebec, 1759-1872”
12.15 Maryse Tennant, Canterbury Christ Church – “The Police That Never Was: Peel, Melbourne and the Cheshire Constabulary (1829-1857)”
2.15 Chris Fevre, Dundee University - “The origins of black community resistance to policing in London, 1945-1959”
To register a place please email FASS-History-Enquiries@open.ac.uk. If you are not an OU staff member or student you will need to pay £10 for lunch. Please send cheques made payable to ‘The Open University’ for the attention of Carol Fuller, School of History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University, Walton Hall, MK7 6AA.
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