As part of our Raising Voices series, we welcome back Brian Bates to give us an incredible insight into the life of this extraordinary woman!
Mrs Van der Elst spent a quarter of a century campaigning against the death penalty, with her self-made wealth.
Learn more about how this scullery maid turned business entrepreneur’s unconventional methods of protest earnt her a reputation and place in the history of capital punishment.
This talk seeks answers in local geography and in the customary principle of exemplary justice.
Sat 5th Feb - 2:00pm
The History of the Dorset Button Industry
Sat 5th Mar - 2:00pm
As part of our Raising Voices series, Dr Rose Wallis explores the broader legal and cultural significance of the case of Martha Brown and its resonance today.
Wed 9th Mar - 6:30pm
This talk considers how women who committed crime were judged to have breached two sets of law, criminal law, set down by the courts, and the law of nature.
Tue 15th Mar - 7:00pm