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ROWBOTHAM, J., CHARLESWORTH, L. and KANDIAH, M., 2011. 2nd Biennial War Crimes Conference [War Crimes II]: Justice? - Whose Justice? Punishment Mediation or Reconciliation? Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, 3-5 March 2011 [conference report]. Law, Crime & History, 1 (2), pp. 194-214. ISSN 2045-9238

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2010. 'Sand and foam': the changing identity of Lebanese tourism. Journal of Tourism History, 2 (1), pp. 39-53. ISSN 1755-182X

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2009. 'Legislating for your own good': the lessons of the Victorian Vaccination Acts. Liverpool Law Review (1), pp. 13-34.

HARRIS, C., ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2009. Truth, law and hate in the virtual marketplace of ideas: perspectives on the regulation of Internet content. Information & Communications Technology Law, 18 (2), pp. 155-184. ISSN 1360-0834

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2009. Turning away from criminal intent: reflections on Victorian and Edwardian strategies for promoting desistance amongst petty offenders. Theoretical Criminology, 13 (1), pp. 105-128. ISSN 1362-4806

ROWBOTHAM, J., CHARLESWORTH, L. and KANDIAH, M., 2009. War Crimes Conference [War Crimes I], Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, 19-21 February 2009 [conference report]. Crimes and Misdemeanours, 3 (1), pp. 127-131. ISSN 1754-0445

CLAYTON, P. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part one: public health lessons from the mid-Victorian working class diet. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (6), pp. 282-289. ISSN 0141-0768

ROWBOTHAM, J. and CLAYTON, P., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part three: Victorian consumption patterns and their health benefits. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (9), pp. 454-462. ISSN 0141-0768

CLAYTON, P. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part two: realities of the mid-Victorian diet. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (7), pp. 350-357. ISSN 0141-0768

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2007. 'For today in this arena...': legal performativity and dramatic convention in the Victorian criminal justice system. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 14 (2), pp. 113-141. ISSN 1070-8286

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2007. 'For today in this arena...': legal performativity and dramatic convention in the Victorian criminal justice system'. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 14 (2). ISSN 1070-8286

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2007. Miscarriage of justice? Postcolonial reflections on the 'trial' of the Maharajah of Baroda, 1875. Liverpool Law Review, 28 (3).

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2006. A question of (dis)engagement? Historical lessons in promoting an effective public interface to address current crime concerns. Crime Prevention and Community Safety: an international journal, 8, pp. 69-89.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Crime and gender in the Twentieth Century: issues of methodology. A report on the Feminist Crime Research Network seminar series. History Workshop Journal.

ROWBOTHAM, J., STEVENSON, K. and PEGG, S., 2003. Children of misfortune: parallels in the cases of child murderers Thompson and Venables, Barratt and Bradley. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 42 (2), pp. 107-142. ISSN 0265-5527

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2000. Societal distopias and legal utopias: reflections on visions past and the enduring ideal of criminal codification. Nottingham Law Journal, pp. 25-38.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. 'Soldiers of Christ'? Images of female missionaries in the late Nineteenth Century: issues of heroism and martyrdom. Gender & history, 12 (1).

ROWBOTHAM, J., 1998. 'Hear an Indian sister's plea': reporting the work of 19th-century British women missionaries. Women's Studies International Forum, 21 (3), pp. 247-261. ISSN 0277-5395

ROWBOTHAM, J., 1993. The case for female capability in the works of Augusta Evans Wilson. Over Here, 13 (2).

Authored book

ROWBOTHAM, J., STEVENSON, K. and PEGG, S., 2013. Crime news in modern Britain: press reporting and responsibility 1820-2010 [forthcoming]. Palgrave.

PEGG, S. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2013. Trial by media; Constance Kent [forthcoming]. UNSPECIFIED.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 1989. Good girls make good wives: guidance for girls in Victorian fiction. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Chapter in book

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2011. The gendered dock: reflections on the impact of gender stereotyping in the criminal justice system. In: J. JONES, A. GREAR, R.A. FENTON and K. STEVENSON, eds., Gender, sexualities and law. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415574396

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2011. The shifting nature of blame: revisiting issues of blaming and shaming in the English criminal justice system [Russian translation]. In: M. MURAVYEVA, J. ROWBOTHAM and D. NASH, eds., Examining blame and shame in history [in Russian]. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2010. Punishment and execution - 1750-2000. In: D. NASH and A. KILDAY, eds., Histories of crime: Britain 1600-2000. London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230224704

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Criminal savages? 'civilising' the Victorian legal process. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Criminal conversations, Victorians behaving badly. Ohio: Ohio State University Press.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Innocent recidivists? contested presentations of women and girls c1850-1900. In: M. PORROT, ed., Recidivism: a European perspective. Droz.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2003. Causing a sensation: media and legal representations of bad behaviour. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Behaving badly: visible crime, social panics and legal responses - Victorian and modern parallels. Aldershot: Ashgate.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2002. Ministering angels, not ministers: reporting C19 women missionaries. In: S. MORGAN, ed., Women, religion and feminism in Britain 1750-1900. London: Palgrave.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. All our past proclaims our future: hagiographic biography and masculinity in the Golden Age. In: I. INKSTER, C. GRIFFIN and J. HILL, eds., Golden Age: essays in British social and economic history 1850-1870. Aldershot: Ashgate.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. 'Only when drunk': the stereotyping of violence in Britain, 1850-1900. In: S. D'CRUZE, ed., Everyday violence in Britain, c1850-1950: gender and class. London: Longmans.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 1994. An exercise in nostalgia: Clare and enclosure. In: J. GOODRIDGE, ed., The independent spirit: John Clare and the self-taught tradition. Helpston: John Clare Society. ISBN 0952254123

Conference contribution

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. Murder and motivation: a contextual case study of the Whitechapel murders 1888. In: 7th European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 26 February-1 March, 2008, Lisbon.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2007. Laws of unexpected consequences: a case study of the Victorian Vaccination Acts and their long-term effects. In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, University of Durham, 10-13 September, 2007, Durham.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2007. Reflecting on desistance amongst recidivist men and women, c1870-1914. In: ESRC-supported Seminar Series on Offending, University of Keele, 16 February, 2007, Keele.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2007. An alternative perspective on the Whitechapel murders 1888: sexually motivated serial killings? In: Social History Society Conference, Exeter, 2007, Exeter.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2006. Experiencing law: the importance of history and law [plenary session]. In: Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Stirling, 28-30 March, 2006, Stirling.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2006. Murder she wrote: Mrs Henry Wood's reportage of murder. In: 6th European Social Science History Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22-25 March, 2006, Amsterdam.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2006. The nuances of violence: historical lessons for the present. In: Experiencing the Law, Institue of Legal Studies, University of London, 1 December, 2006, London.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2006. A shocking series of murders? Revisiting the Whitechapel murders of 1888. In: Women's Library Study Day on Prostitution, November 2006.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2006. A very British miscarriage of justice: the Baroda incident. In: Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, University of Keele, 4-7 September, 2006, Keele.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Interracial initmacy: criminalising the Orient? In: 4th SOLON Annual Conference: Behaving Badly Again, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, 23-24 September, 2005, Nottingham.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Irishness and hate: nineteenth-century lessons for the present. In: 3rd Annual Hate Crimes Conference, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, February, 2005, Nottingham.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2005. Reporting a social legal disjuncture: media presentations of the meaning of burglary. In: Hart Legal Workshop, Understanding Law and Legal Process: the Approaches, Value and Outcomes of Empirical Research, 28-30 June, 2005, London.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. Cooking up crime? Intended and unintended adulterations in the Victorian age [keynote speaker]. In: Culture and Consumption Conference, London, July, 2004, London.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. Cultural and social history: new directions in the study of crime and disorder [keynote speaker]. In: Future Directions in Social History Conference, Fairfax, Virginia, USA, October, 2004, Fairfax.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. Evil and the law: public consent and legislation. In: Evil, Law and the State Conference, Oxford, 14-17 July, 2004, Oxford.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. Reporting reputations: crime and the law in the English press in the fin de siècle. In: European Social Science History Conference, Berlin, Germany, 24-27 March, 2004, Berlin.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. The Victorian Vaccination Acts: criminalising popular protest. In: Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference, Conneticut, USA, March, 2004, Conneticut.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2004. The long durée of hate crime. In: 2nd SOLON Annual Conference: Behaving Badly, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, 26-28 February, 2004, Nottingham.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2003. 'I was like that when a lad': masculinity and culpability in convictions and sentencing, c1850-1900. In: International Association for the History of Crime and Criminal Justice Conference, Paris, France, June 2003, Paris.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2003. A very British conspiracy: the 1875 'trial' of the Maharajah of Baroda [keynote speaker]. In: Oxford Brookes Law and History Conference Workshop, Oxford, June 2003, Oxford.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2002. Improper suggestions? Representations of female sexuality in media and legal discourse. In: Gender, Sexuality, and Law Conference, Keele, July 2002, Keele.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2002. Innocent recidivists? Contested presentations of women and girls c1850-1900. In: International Association for the History of Crime and Criminal Justice Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2002, Geneva.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2002. 'Let there be light!': British law and the civilising mission. In: British Academy funded Workshop Conference, Keele, June 2002, Keele.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2002. What price sisterhood? British ladies and heathen 'sisters' in the foreign mission field, c1870-1914 [keynote speaker]. In: Comparative Empires Conference, Clermont-Ferrand, France, December 2002, Clermont-Ferrand.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2001. Crime reporting: stereotypes of race and gender. In: 4th Annual Conference, Working Group on Law, Culture and the Humanities, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA, March 2001, Austin.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2001. 'Home and away': exporting British legal attitudes. In: Social Science History Association, Chicago, USA, November 2001, Chicago.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2001. Home impacts of colonial violence. In: International Conference on the History of Violence, Liverpool, July 2001, Liverpool.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2001. The moral statistics of the British Empire: missionaries, British law and cultural change in the Victorian age. In: Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference, Austin, Texas, USA, March 2001, Austin.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2001. An unlikely collusion? The culture of crime reporting in The Times, and Reynolds Miscellany. In: Social History Society Annual Conference, Belfast, January 2001, Belfast.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. Keeping husbands in style: marriage, property and Victorian women. In: Victorian Studies Association Conference, Leeds Trinity & All Saints, Leeds, November 2000, Leeds.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. Shaping the future: publishers and an age of moral panic c1848-1870. In: Social History Society Annual Conference, Caius College, Cambridge, January 2000, Cambridge.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. The literature of moral outrage: Victorian representations of crime. In: 3rd Annual Conference, Working Group on Law, Culture and the Humanities, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, March 2000, Washington.

ROWBOTHAM, J., 1999. 'Only when drunk': stereotyping violence. In: Women's History Network Conference, Leeds, February 1999, Leeds.

Edited book

MURAVYEVA, M., ROWBOTHAM, J. and NASH, D., 2011. Examining blame and shame in history [in Russian]. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences.

AVDELA, E., D'CRUZE, S. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2010. Problems of crime and violence in Europe 1750-2000. Lampeter: Mellen.

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2005. Criminal conversations: Victorian crimes, social panic and moral outrage. Ohio: Ohio State University Press. ISBN 0814209734

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2003. Behaving badly: visible crime, social panics and legal responses,. Aldershot: Ashgate.

INKSTER, I., GRIFFIN, C., HILL, J. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2000. The golden age: essays in British economic and social history. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Journal editorship

ROWBOTHAM, J. and STEVENSON, K., 2007. Answering Baker: utilising 'best' evidence. The challenge for socio-legal studies [special edition]. Springer.

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