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Children of Empire: Care and Crime in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

Location
Room G03 Education building
Category
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research
Dates
Thursday 11th October 2018 (16:15-17:45)
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Contact

For more information contact Professor Karen Harvey k.l.harvey@bham.ac.uk

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Birmingham Eighteenth Century Centre presents:

  • Professor Helen Berry (Newcastle), ‘Empire and the London Foundling Hospital: causes and consequences for eighteenth-century pauper children’
  • Professor Greg Smith (Manitoba), 'The Philanthropic Society’s Approaches to Reforming the Juvenile Offender: Local and Imperial Contexts, 1788-1888'

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