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Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg


Teaching and Learning in Crime and Criminal Justice History: An Overview. Henry Yeomans, p. 1-14

Reflections on Teaching the History of Early Modern European Law, Crime, and Punishment to Undergraduates. Michael Conforti, p. 15-35

Outrageous Violations: Enabling Students to Interpret Nineteenth Century Newspaper Reports of Sexual Assault and Rape. Kim Stevenson, p. 36-61

‘Crime? No, It Wasn’t Really Crime’: Using Oral History and Memoirs to Teach Crime History. Rosalind Watkiss Singleton, p. 62-82

The Benefits of Mercy: Teaching Law and Exception in the Inquiry-Based Classroom. Lesley Skousen, p. 83-103

Discussion Paper

Putting Undergraduates on Trial: Using The Old Bailey Online as a Teaching and Assessment Tool. Drew Gray, p. 104-113

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