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Dying in Private: Execution in the North East 1868-1878 part 1

Last week I was lucky enough to be accepted to do a talk at the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies' one day conference at Durham University. The conference itself was entitled Victorian Culture and the Origin of Disciplines. In studying executions, I always say that conference papers are the closest I’ll get to experiential learning. Spending 20 …

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