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February 05, 2017

Friday group reading on insanity sources

Please could everyone look at an Old Bailey trial involving insanity or the insanity plea - considering in particular how the defendant was diagnosed as insane (or not).

Then at the following sources:

Dan and Ella - Hume

Anna S and Robin - Queen v McNaghten

Anna B and Kieran - Davey

Helen and Victoria - Fraser's magazine

Lewis and Alice - Forbes Winslow

Ellie, Rachel and James - Broadmoor rules and Bethlem records (note not all the latter are digitised. The ones that are have 'Image' next to them in the catalgoue. eg see: http://archives.museumofthemind.org.uk/HPA.htm#HPA-22)


January 29, 2017

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


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