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November 18, 2016

Friday group reading on celebrity murderers

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

Please could you read the following:

Dan - Yardley and Wilson

Ella - Warwick

Anna S - Warwick and Willis

Robin - Walkowitz

Anna B - Rosner

Keiran - Murphy

Helen - Monkton Smith

Victoria - McGowan

Lewis - McCracken-Flesher

Alice - Gray

Ellie - Crone

Rachel - Butcher

James - Bland


Thursday Group reading on sexual crime

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar6/

Please could you read the following:

James - Turner

Yetunde - Trumbach

Zoe - Walkowitz

Izzy - Simpson

Amie - Porter

Louisa - Kaplan

Abi - Howell

Aksana - Jackson

Aleemat - Gorham

Oliver R-J - D'Cruze

Mikka - Conley

Charlotte - Cocks

Blessing - Clark

Oliver B - Bibbings

Thanks

Sarah


November 04, 2016

Thursday Group – week 7

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 or look at crime in the press or periodicals. 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/

Sarah


October 14, 2016

Thursday group reading on prison sources (week 4)

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar3-copy/

Please could you read and comment on the following sources (please see this post for information on how to comment on gobbets). Please can you also bring along and comment on one source that you found in the MRC.


Arrangements for visit to MRC

Dear All,

The seminars next week will take the form of a workshop at the Modern Records Centre and will be at the usual times (10-12 Thur/Fri).

Please bring with you your student ID, pencils and digital camera/phone if you have one to record sources.

Thanks

Sarah


October 13, 2016

Follow-up to Friday group reading on prisons from Crime and Punishment in the Long Nineteenth-Century



October 08, 2016

Friday group reading on prisons

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar3/

Dear All,

Please could you read the following allocated text (see the link to the seminar page above). You will also find some questions on the page to help guide your reading.

Please post up a short summary of your reading/responses to any relevant questions by clicking on the Comment link below. EVERYONE must post up by Friday at 9 am.

James - Anne Brunon-Ernst

Anna B - Thom Brooks

Rachel - Michel Foucault

Lewis - D. Garland

Ellie M - Christoper Harding

Alice - Michael Ignatieff,A Just Measure of Pain

Helen - Michael Ignatieff, ‘The Ideological Origins of the Penitentiary’

Ella - Dario Melossi and Massimo Pavarini

Victoria - Michael Macilwee

Keiran - J. Muncie

Anna S - G. Peebles

Robin - B. Vaughan

Dan - Moore


October 07, 2016

Thursday Group Reading on Prisons

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/students/modules/hi398/timetable/seminar3/

Dear All,

Please could you read the following allocated text (see the link to the seminar page above). You will also find some questions on the page to help guide your reading.

Please post up a short summary of your reading/responses to any relevant questions by clicking on the Comment link below. EVERYONE must post up by Thursday at 9 am.

Yetende - Anne Brunon-Ernst

Oliver B - Thom Brooks

Charlotte - Michel Foucault

Louisa - D. Garland

Aksana - Christoper Harding

Izzy - Michael Ignatieff,A Just Measure of Pain

Oliver Rea-Jayson - Michael Ignatieff, ‘The Ideological Origins of the Penitentiary’

Beth - Dario Melossi and Massimo Pavarini

Lizzie - Michael Macilwee

Blessing - J. Muncie

Mikka - G. Peebles

Aleemat - Philip Priestley

Abi - B. Vaughan

Zoe - Lucia Zedner

James - Moore


October 04, 2016

Welcome to the course!

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

Welcome to Crime and Punishment in the Long Nineteenth Century

I look forward the the year ahead and I hope you enjoy the course.

Purpose of the Crime and Punishment Blog

This is an innovative module. Students are involved in all aspects of curriculum and assessment design. So this blog is fundamental to that process.

Students will be expected to post up summaries of their reading and analyses of documents before each seminar. They will also be able to add comments to each other's entries. This will provide an importance resource for revision and for essay work.The headlines of each entry will be added to the module homepage.

The blog will also be a repository for sources on crime and punishment in the long nineteenth century including films, books, articles and primary sources. If you see something interesting on TV, in the papers, at the cinema relevant to the module please share it with other students.

All students on the course have been added to the blog as contributors. That means they can post up entries and edit them. They can also add comments to each others entries.

Syllabus

You will have noticed from the timetable page of the module website that at present there is only one topic for forthcoming seminars. This is because the syllabus for the module is negotiated between all participants on the module. Each year, students decide among themselves the topics and sources they would like to study.

The suggestions may be broad (eg women and crime, punishment) or very specific (eg Sherlock Holmes novels, domestic violence). The module covers the period from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century and deals with all aspects of crime and punishment, policing, the law, courts etc. Take a look at the bibliography page for ideas for topics.

Course Textbook

  • Clive Emsley,Crime and Society in England, 1750-1900(recommended book for purchase)

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