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Rethinking the origins of the British Prisons Act of 1835: Ireland and the development of central-government prison inspection, 1820-35 (Pre published)
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-09)
While the introduction of central-government inspectors for prisons in a British act of 1835 has been seen as a key Whig achievement of the 1830s, the Irish precedent enacted by Charles Grant, a liberal Tory chief secretary, ...
Cork’s courthouses, the landed elite and the Rockite rebellion: architectural responses to agrarian violence, 1820-27 (Pre published)
(Liverpool University Press, 2016-06-29)
Excerpt from pre-published version of Crime, Violence and the Irish in the Nineteenth Century published by Liverpool University Press: The study of architectural history has been fertile ground for revisionist approaches ...