All entries for January 2017

January 29, 2017

Mock Exam

Please see below a mock exam for 2017.

hi398_mock_exam_2017.pdf


Friday group reading on insanity

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/insanity/

Please could you look at the following:

Dan - Smith

Ella - Shephard

Anna S - Marland

Robin - Tighe

Anna B - Walker (vol 1 look at section on 19th century)

Kieran - Robinson

Helen - Skultans

Victoria - Kelly

Lewis - Jackson

Alice - Harris

Ellie - Eigen

Rachel - Prior

James - Andrews


January 28, 2017

Thursday Group reading on police

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar2/

Please could you read the following:

James - Banks

Yetunde - Godfrey

Zoe - McMullen (1996)

Izzy - Phillips

Amie - Steedman

Louisa - Taylor

Abi - Swift

Aksana - Paley

Aleemat - Zedner

Oliver R-J - Storch

Mikka - Philips and Storch

Charlotte - McMullen (1998)

Blessing - Shpayer-Makov

Oliver B - Cohen


January 18, 2017

Policing Sources

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar2-copy/

Please could you look at the following sources

Dan - Making of the Modern Police Vol 6 (select your own source)

Ella - Making of the Modern Police Vol 2 (select your own source)

Anna S - Digitised Police notebooks

Robin - Report on State organisation and discipline of metropolitan police

Anna B - instructions for Surrey constabulary

Kieran - parliamentary papers 1852

Helen - Police & the Thieves

Victoria - Making of the Modern Police Vol 5 (select your own source)

Lewis - Making of the Modern Police Vol 4 (select your own source)

Alice - Making of the Modern Police Vol 3 (select your own source)

Ellie - Making of the Modern Police Vol 6 (select your own source)

Rachel - Making of the Modern Police Vol 2 (select your own source)

James - Making of the Modern Police Vol 1 (select your own source)


Serial Killers Sources

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/murdererssources/

This week please could you research in primary sources a serial killer of your choice. Consider how they are represented in the source(s) and what we learn about contemporary attitudes.

Some suggestions for sources are here: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/murdererssources/


January 12, 2017

Policing – Friday group

Please could you read the following on police and vigilantes in Victorian Britain:

Dan - Cohen

Ella - Bland

Anna S - Zedner

Robin - Williams

Anna B - Taylor

Kieran - Swift

Helen - Storch

Victoria - Steedman

Lewis - Phillips and Storch

Alice - McMullen

Ellie - Shpayer-Makov (Ascent of the Detective)

Rachel - Godfrey

James - Banks


Serial Killers (Thursday group)

Please see below the allocated reading on Serial Killers for week 2.

James - Yardley and Wilson

Yetunde - Walkowitz

Zoe - Warwick

Izzy - Rosner

Amie - Murphy

Louisa - Monckton-Smith

Abi - Downing

Aksana - McGowan

Aleemat - McCracken-Flesher

Oliver R-J - Gray

Mikka - Crone

Charlotte - Butcher

Blessing - Bland

Oliver B - Bonderson


January 09, 2017

Friday group reading on fiction (sources)

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

For this week please read a crime novel/play/poem/short story. There are some indicative suggestions on the seminar page: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar12-copy/

However, feel free to choose your own piece.

Could you post the title of what you have chosen onto the blog.

For the seminar you need to create a one page poster (in Word, Powerpoint, Publisher or another package) to sum up your chosen text and what it tells us about aspects of crime and punishment.

For some examples of posters see here: http://www.inspireslearning.com/journal/fit-stick-spread-and-grow-improving-the-organisational-learning-and-design-loop/examples-and-design-ideas-for-academic-posters/

Remember also to bring your practice gobbet answer.

Sarah


Courts and Sentencing – Thursday group

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/lawsources/

Could everyone compare and contrast two cases in the Old Bailey (you could look at gender, class, race, different time periods etc, it is up to you to choose the contrast).

In addition, could you look at one of the sources on the seminar page: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/lawsources/

Remember also to bring your practice gobbet answer.

Sarah


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