SOLON Law, Crime and History - Volume 4, Issue 1
Table of contents
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
‘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
Outrageous Violations: Enabling Students to Interpret Nineteenth Century Newspaper Reports of Sexual Assault and Rape (University of Plymouth, 2014)This article is divided into two parts: the first highlights some of the difficulties and limitations for students and tutors who wish to explore the historiography of rape and sexual assault. In particular it addresses ...
Reflections on Teaching the History of Early Modern European Law, Crime, and Punishment to Undergraduates (University of Plymouth, 2014)Teaching the history of early modern European law and crime presents a number of possible obstacles to student learning. These include exposure to an unfamiliar historical narrative, encounters with different conceptions ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)The law and related trial records convey moments of history involving people who otherwise left few records behind. Court records provide students with compelling stories that convey unique elements of historical life. ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)This article suggests that oral interviews, autobiographies and memoirs provide a new perspective on the teaching of crime history. Oral testimony can augment the traditional sources which are generally used for this ...