This project focuses on paupers who gave accounts of themselves to 18th-century London authorities in petitions, letters and examinations.
Data and visualisations for approximately 10,000 petitions contained in the records of eighteenth-century London and Middlesex Sessions of the Peace which were digitised for London Lives.
A digital edition/resource based on my MA thesis research on 17th-century defamation causes in the Borthwick Institute, York.
EMC is an aggregator for blogs covering the period c.1500-1800.
Bibliography on crime, disputes and disorder, criminal law and courts, punishment, mainly in Britain, western Europe and north America.
A collection of resources and material drawn largely from my research on crime in early modern Britain.
A small resource focusing on women’s voices and experiences of the Civil Wars, with source extracts, images and mini-biographies.
A research portal for the early modern period, listing and describing high-quality freely accessible resources.