The major annual for the history of crime, the criminal courts, policing, and punishment.
This historical annual is the major annual in the general area of the history of crime, the criminal courts, policing, and punishment in all geographical regions, from ancient to modern times. In addition to analytical articles, the annual provides reviews of the major books on these subjects and book review essays on new findings and methodologies.
In this volume, the annual provides one of the first articles ever published on the history of crime and punishment in the former Soviet Union, several major articles on the history of policing in 19th century England, and one of the first published articles on policing and punishment in India. Essential reading for students and scholars in criminology, criminal justice, and policing.
Situationally Negotiated Transactions and Domination: From Tribe to Rational Legal Order in the Anglo-American Legal Tradition by Joseph L. Tropea Crime and the Industrial Revolution: The German Case by Eric A. Johnson Torture, The Police, and the Colonial State in Madras Presidency, 1816-1855 by Douglas M. Peers Tory Paternalism and the Politics of Penal Reform in Upper Canada, 1830-1834: A "Neo-Revisionist' Account of the Kingston Penitentiary by Russell C. Smandych From Penitentiary to Reformatory: Alexander Maconochie, Walter Crofton, Zebulon Brockway and the Road to Prison Reform--New South Wales, Ireland, and Elmira, New York, 1840-1870 by Robert G. Waite The Standard of Living of Career Policemen in Victorian England: The Evidence of a Provincial Borough Force by David Taylor A Portrait of a Novice Constable in the London Metropolitan Police c. 1900 by Haia Shpayer-Makov A Social History of Theft in Depression and Wartime: The Police Occurrence Books for Hamilton, Ontario, 1934-1942 by John Weaver The Death Penalty under Socialism, 1917-1990: China, the Soviet Union, Cuba, and the German Democratic Republic by Andrew Scobell Book Review Essay Criminality Upon and Beneath the Surface in Victorian England by David Englander Book Reviews Lyman L. Johnson, ed., The Problem of Order in Changing SocietiesEssays on Crime and Policing in Argentina and Uruquay, 1750-1940 by David J. McCreery Iver Bernstein, The New York City Draft Riots: Their Significance for American Society and Politics in the Age of the Civil War J. Matthew Gallman, Mastering Wartime: A Social History of Philadelphia During the Civil War by Wilbur R. Miller Desmond H. Brown, The Genesis of the Canadian Criminal Code of 1892 by Jonatthan Swainger Elaine S. Abelson, When Ladies Go A-Thieving: Middle-Class Shoplifters in the Victorian Department by Carole Haber Terence Morris, Crime and Criminal Justice Since 1945 by Dee Cook Michal R. Belknap, Federal Law and Southern Order: Racial Violence and Constitutional Conflict in Post-Brown South by David R. Goldfield Samuel R. Gross and Robert Mauro, Death and Discrimination: Racial Disparities in Capital Sentencing by Joel Best Bert Useem and Peter Kimball, States of Siege: U.S. Prison Riots, 1971-1986 by John A. Conley Mick Ryan and Tony Ward, Privatization and the Penal System: The American Experience and the Debate in Britain by Bill Forsythe Richard O. Curry, Freedom at Risk: Secrecy, Censorship, and Repression in the 1980s by Dennis R. Dorin