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Number of items: 18.

2012

King, Helen (2012). History without historians? Medical history and the internet. Social History of Medicine, 25(1) pp. 212–221.

King, Helen (2012). Response to Shelton. Social History of Medicine, 25(1) pp. 232–238.

2010

Crone, Rosalind (2010). From Sawney Beane to Sweeney Todd: Murder machines in the mid-nineteenth century metropolis. Cultural and Social History, 7(1) pp. 59–85. file

2009

Wood, John (2009). 'Those who have had trouble can sympathise with you': Press writing, reader responses and a murder trial in interwar Britain. Journal of Social History, 43(2) pp. 339–462. file

2008

Hughes, Jessica (2008). Fragmentation as metaphor in the Classical healing sanctuary. Social History of Medicine, 21(2) pp. 217–236.

Katritzky, M. A. (2008). Secrets of women: Gender, generation and the origins of human dissection. Social History of Medicine, 21(1) pp. 198–199.

2007

Wood, J. Carter (2007). The Limits of Culture? Society, Evolutionary Psychology and the History of Violence. Cultural and Social History, 4(1) pp. 95–114. file

Wood, J. Carter (2007). Evolution, civilization and history: A response to Wiener and Rosenwein. Cultural and Social History, 4(4) pp. 559–565. file

2006

Weinbren, Daniel (2006). Beneath the all-seeing eye: fraternal order and friendly societies' banners in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain. Cultural and Social History, 3(2) pp. 167–191.

Weinbren, Daniel (2006). The Good Samaritan, Friendly Societies and the gift economy. Social History, 31(3) pp. 319–336.

2005

Brunton, Deborah (2005). Evil necessaries and abominable erections: public conveniences and private interests in the Scottish city, 1830-70. Social History of Medicine, 18(2) pp. 187–202.

2004

Dodsworth, Francis M. (2004). 'Civic' police and the condition of liberty: the rationality of governance in Eighteenth-Century England. Social History, 29(2) pp. 199–216.

2002

Weinbren, Dan (2002). 'Imagined families': research on Friendly Societies. Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts für die Geschichte der sozialen Bewegungen (Labour and Social History in Great Britain: Historiographical Reviews and Agendas, 1990 to the Present), 27 pp. 117–136. file

2000

Emsley, Clive (2000). The Policeman as worker: a comparative survey c. 1800-1940. International Review of Social History, 45(1) pp. 89–110.

1996

King, Pete (1996). Edward Thompson's contribution to eighteenth-century studies. The patrician-plebeian model re-examined. Social History, 21(2) pp. 215–228.

Mumm, Susan (1996). 'Not worse than other girls': the convent-based rehabilitation of fallen women in Victorian Britain. Journal of Social History, 29(3) pp. 527–547. file

1995

Donnachie, Ian (1995). 'The darker side': a speculative survey of Scottish crime during the first half of the nineteenth century. Scottish Economic and Social History, 15(1) pp. 5–24.

1984

Donnachie, Ian (1984). Scottish criminals and transportation to Australia 1786-1852. Scottish Economic and Social History, 4 pp. 21–38.

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