The Masterclass: How to conduct Black History Research in the CJS/Criminology ft Dr Martin Glynn

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Throughout this exclusive event hosted by The Black Criminology Network, Criminologist Dr Martin Glynn will took centre stage. He shared advice and insights on how to conduct research on Black History within Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Having recently released his latest book, Invisible Voices: The Black Presence in Crime and Punismhment in the UK, 1750-1900, he imparted his knowledge with a limited number of attendees.

The following file is a summary of Martin's responses to the key questions we posed to him during the Masterclass element of the session.

Pay what you like but note, any proceeds will go back into The Black Criminology Network, so that we can continue delivering services.

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You'll get a copy of the summarised responses Dr Glynn provided as part of the Masterclass element of the session.

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The Masterclass: How to conduct Black History Research in the CJS/Criminology ft Dr Martin Glynn

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