Friday, December 12, 2008

Legal History in the Journal of British Studies

A reader, Robert Richards, very helpfully writes of the following articles in the Journal of British Studies that may be of interest to other readers:

Stephen Banks, Killing with Courtesy: The English Duelist, 1785–1845, 47 JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 528 (2008)

Lucy Bland, The Trials and Tribulations of Edith Thompson: The Capital Crime of Sexual Incitement in 1920s England, 47 JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 624 (2008)

Matthew Cragoe, The Great Reform Act and the Modernization of British Politics: The Impact of Conservative Associations, 1835–1841, 47 JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 581 (2008)

Robert B. Shoemaker, The Old Bailey Proceedings and the Representation of Crime and Criminal Justice in Eighteenth-Century London, 47 JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 559 (2008)

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