Nice article from Brain Pickings looking at seven projects including London Lives:
fantastic digitization projects that democratize access to and understanding of some of our civilization’s most valuable cultural assets
The Global Impact of London Punishments, 1780-1925
Crime, Madness and the Asylum
Victorian England's Female Offenders
Historical bits and pieces about crime and punishment in Gloucestershire
An exploration of the hazardous objects and features found in the Victorian home
investigating 19th century crime
The politics of childbirth in early modern Britain
Using large digital libraries to advance literary history
A CRASSH Seminar Series 2011-13 #emthings
Exploring the world of eighteenth-century medicine
For anyone interested in the long 18th century
The Trials & Tribulations of English Romance, 1660–1837
the history of 'the unruly sort of clowns' and other early modern peculiarities
Notes on the Enlightenment as Historical Period and Continuing Project
Talking through my research
...some thoughts on digital history, cartoons, and satire.
Medical historian, Writer and Television Presenter.
crime, women, digital history...