Category: Essays

Running Tudor England’s Second City: The Accounts of the Chamberlains of Norwich, 1539-45

All information cited in the body of this text are taken from Rawcliffe, C, The Norwich Chamberlains Accounts 1539-40 to 1544-45. vol. 83, Norfolk Records Society, (Norwich, 2019). Please consult this volume if you wish to follow up and reference anything below.  Carole Rawcliffe.… Continue Reading “Running Tudor England’s Second City: The Accounts of the Chamberlains of Norwich, 1539-45”

Redefining the ‘Born’ Murderer: Lombrosian Legacies in Early Soviet Criminological Discourse.

Mark Vincent. The 1876 publication of Italian criminologist Cesare Lombroso’s L’uomo delinquent (‘Criminal Man’) caused quite a stir amongst professionals in late Imperial Russia, in addition to the field of Western social scientists. Whilst some elements of Lombrosian thought, such as inherited criminal impulses, a link… Continue Reading “Redefining the ‘Born’ Murderer: Lombrosian Legacies in Early Soviet Criminological Discourse.”