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The Legal and Social Meanings of Homicide in Fourteenth-Century England 

Stephanie Brown is a historian of crime and criminal justice. She is interested in the intersection between the law and social attitudes. Her current research explores the dynamics of prosecution and the constructions, and deconstructions, of murder in fourteenth-century England.

Common Law Narratives in Theatre History: Ostler v Heminges (King’s Bench, 1616), Revisited

Jonathan Powell is a final-year PhD candidate at King’s College London. His interdisciplinary research intervenes in the sub-fields of theatre, legal, and social history as well as that of historical linguistics.

All welcome- this seminar is free to attend, but booking is required.