Members of the SOLON network have written monographs, edited volumes and contributed chapters to a number of texts.
Find out more about law, crime, and history through the SOLON- Interdisciplinary Studies in Law, Crime and History Book Series with Routledge (by Taylor & Francis Group).
A full list of these books can be found here.
Here are few, recent examples*:
Copyright Year 2018
Published March 31, 2021 by Routledge
220 Pages 2 B/W Illustrations
This list of web sites is an index of other sites of interest but these are not directly linked to Law, Crime and History.
“Our Criminal Ancestors: Preserving our Past”: Project led by the University of Hull in collaboration with Leeds Beckett University
“Digital Panopticon”: Website to track and trace the lives of former convicts.
Fawcett The UK's leading organisation campaigning for equality between women and men. Fawcett has been promoting women's rights since 1866. Millicent Fawcett and the suffragists helped win the vote for women.
International Association for the history of crime and criminal justice The International Association for the History of Crime and Criminal Justice was established in 1978. It is the home of the Crime History and Societies Journal
Old Bailey on-line The record of every trial to have taken place at the Old Bailey from 1674 to 1834 has gone online. The 100,000 trials have been placed on the website by academics from the universities of Hertfordshire and Sheffield.
Police History Society The Police History Society was founded in 1985 and now has over 350 members world-wide, although most are in the U.K. They include serving and retired members of police forces, academics, librarians, writers, police forces and police related museums and people from many occupations who have an interest in police history.
Find Articles.Com Can search for full text articles from magazines/journals 1998 onwards such as National review, Ladies Home Journal, New Statesman, History today, Journal of Social History etc.
Victorian Dictionary A Guide to the Social History of Victorian London
History and Policy A national platform for scholars to offer informed, accessible and constructive insights from recent historical research to assist policy makers and advisers.
Centre for the Study of Hate Crimes, Bias and Prejudice, Criminology, Nottingham Trent University
European Centre for the Study of Policing based at the Open University
European Society for Comparative Legal History (ESCLH) aims to promote comparative legal history and seeks affiliation with individuals and organisations with complementary aims. Blog is intended to provide a site for discussion, the sharing of information, and a Register of Legal Historians with research interests in any area of legal history.
Notes on Links to Third-Party Sites
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