HA Webinar: How has crime and punishment changed from the Anglo-Saxons to the present?

Teaching British history that extends chronological knowledge beyond 1066

Event Type: CPD

Takes Place: 7th February 2022

Time: 4.00 - 5.00pm

Venue: Zoom

Description: This webinar will trace the fascinating changes in crime and punishment from the Anglo-Saxons to the present day. It will show how and why the law evolved over time, moving from trial by ordeal in the Middle Ages, through punishments like execution and transportation to Australia before finally arriving at the system we have today. Various significant turning points such as the outlawing of slavery and the abolition of the death penalty will be featured.

How to book: Booking for this individual webinar using the Eventbrite link below, or book for multiple webinars in the series via this form: www.history.org.uk/go/beyond1066-form

Price: £36 HA member, £60 non-member (inc. VAT) with a bulk booking discount available. If you register for this webinar as a one-off using Eventbrite a booking fee will be added.

Email: events@history.org.uk

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-has-crime-and-punishment-changed-from-the-anglo-saxons-to-the-present-tickets-161887928151

Lecturer: Andrew Wrenn

Comments: This webinar is part of the HA series Teaching British history that extends chronological knowledge beyond 1066. A discount is available if you book multiple webinars in the series. For more information please see: www.history.org.uk/go/beyond1066-series

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