Hamish Maxwell-Stewart speaking at the University of Leicester

Photograph by Clare Anderson of Hamish Maxwell-Stewart (University of Tasmania) presenting "The State and the Crowd: Why numbers are important to the writing of the history of convict transportation" at the Carceral Archipelago project conference September 2015 in Leicester. Listen to the presentation podcast and see the slides at:http://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2015/09/hamish-maxwell-stewart-state-and-the-crowd-why-numbers-are-important-to-the-writing-of-the-history-of-convict-transportation/
Hamish Maxwell-Stewart speaking at the University of Leicester
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