Dr Sarah Richardson a guest blogger, writes about Suffragist Annie Cobden Sanderson who was imprisoned in Holloway in 1906.
Janet Weston reflects on making and launching Positive in Prison, an audio docu-drama based on her research.
Professor Hilary Marland reflects on the standing, role and attitudes towards prison chaplains in nineteenth-century prisons.
An audio docu-drama exploring the experiences of those who lived through the HIV/AIDs crisis in the 1980’s in Mountjoy prison.
A new commission with multiple award winning Irish theatre company.
Dr Margaret Charleroy introduces a new commission working with Rideout (Creative Arts for Rehabilitation) at HMP Hewell.
Catherine Cox and Hilary Marland reflect on their involvement in the production of Disorder Contained with Talking Birds theatre company and ask what historians can learn and gain from the process.
Dr Rachel Bennett introduces a new commissioned theatre piece exploring life in an English prison’s Mother and Baby unit.
Dr Janet Weston writes about the AIDS / HIV crisis in Mountjoy Prison in the 1980’s.
‘The Trial’ is the working title for a new visual art project due for public exhibition in April 2018.
‘Health Inside: Thinking About Prisoners’ Right to Healthcare’ is a new public art project due for exhibition in June 2018, which will focus on health and welfare provision in Irish and English prisons.
Dr Margaret Charleroy in collaboration with Dr Jenny Crane discuss lessons learnt from the history of food in hospitals and prisons.