News from the Criminal Bodies Project
Three members of the 'Harnessing the Power of the Criminal Corpse' project deliver papers at the 2013 American Folklore Society Conference
Dr Elizabeth Hurren writes in The Lancet on "The Dangerous Dead: Dissecting the Criminal Corpse"
Professor Sarah Tarlow writes to The Independent criticising a gallery for displaying an image of artist Damien Hirst with his arm around the head of a dead man
Sarah Tarlow writes about her recent search for gibbets.
A video of the Murder, Mystery, History re-enactment of a 'pub trial' coroner's inquest from 1823 is now available to view.
Dr Elizabeth Hurren discusses her latest monograph and the Criminal Corpse Project on the BBC History Magazine Podcast
Professor Owen Davies hosts Murder, Mystery, History event.
Dr Zoe Dyndor speaks on the treatment of the criminal corpse in the long eighteenth century.
Dr Elizabeth Hurren and Professor Owen Davies from the 'Harnessing the Power of the Criminal Corpse' project speak on BBC Radio 4's Making History
Professor Peter King speaks on patterns of interpersonal violence in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe.
Professor Sarah Tarlow co-edits the first overview study published on post-medieval mortuary practices.
Professor Sarah Tarlow discusses the Harnessing the Power of the Criminal Corpse project.
Homicidal Crime Across Space and Time. Why are some societies so much more murderous than others.
Dr Elizabeth Hurren has been appointed as a Reader in Medical Humanities in the School of Historical Studies from February 2012.