|April 7th, 2017, 08:25 AM||#111|
2017 Conference Organiser
Join Date: Nov 2014
Thanks for posting that up for me How.
Elizabeth Yardley is regarded as at the top of her game for Criminology, so we were honoured to have agree to come and share her knowledge.
In recent times a more academic look at Ripperology has emerged which i feel could work extremely well with both, seasoned researchers and general crime enthusiasts , if handled correctly and without ego.
We have begun discussing ideas to merge these worlds to the benefit of everyone and we may see a new exciting re-brand of our events coming soon.
The goal, as always, is to gain a wider public understanding of the Ripper subject and to have it taken more seriously in the world of criminology and away from stuffy closed door attitudes of the past. ( Change is good )
Our approach to this over the last few years has been well recieved by the "Majority" and can (and will) get bigger.
So if you guys wanna come and see what all the fuss is about please check out
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|April 15th, 2017, 02:35 PM||#112|
Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Eagleville, Pa.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Amanda Harvey Purse has studied the Jack the Ripper case for over twenty four years. Turning her attention to the history of the City of London Police fifteen years ago, she became a tour guide and researcher for the City of London Police Museum.
She has studied various other Victorian and Edwardian Crimes leading her to be a researcher for documentaries and TV Shows for the BBC, History Channel and Channel 4. She is also the author of an Jack the Ripper fictional (but factual) series of books called Jack the Ripper's Many Faces, Dead Bodies Do Tell Tales and The Strange of Caroline Maxwell.
She is the author of the e-book series, Victorian Lives behind Victorian Crimes and has written various crime related articles for Magazines, Journals and Newspapers.
Now, she has written her first fully factual book, called Jack and Old Jewry: The City of London Policemen who Hunted the Ripper, in which she hopes to make the officers who had to cope with what 'Jack' did and go back to work the next day, seem more human than just names mentioned in books, newspaper articles or police reports. With that in mind, Amanda will be talking about a few interesting events that are in this book.
JACK THE RIPPER CONFERENCE LIVERPOOL 22nd - 24th September 2017
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