Mr Richard Wenman Ireland

Mr Richard Wenman Ireland

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"A Nonconformist must be Chief Constable": The Historical Challenges of Policing WalesIreland, R. 2017 Leading the Police: Chief constables and their autonomy 1835-2016. Stevenson, K., Cox, D. J. & Channing, I. (eds.). 1 ed.Taylor & Francis, p. 109-124 (Routledge SOLON Explorations in Crime and Criminal Justice Histories)
Wales, Crime and PunishmentIreland, R. 2017 A Companion to the History of Crime and Criminal Justice. Turner, J., Taylor, P., Morley, S. & Corteen, K. (eds.). Policy Press, p. 275
The LawIreland, R. 2017 (Accepted/In press) Chaucer In Context. Johnson, I. (ed.). Cambridge University Press
Land of White Gloves?: A History of Crime and Punishment in WalesIreland, R. 2015 Taylor & Francis. 148 p. (History of Crime in the UK and Ireland)
Why Everything We Know About Criminal Justice History Is WrongIreland, R. 2015 In : Law Crime and History.5, 1, p. 130-14212 p.
Ivor Bowen The Statutes of Wales (1908)Ireland, R. 2015 Gwasg y Gors | The Bog Press.
Criminology, Class and Cricket: Raffles and Real LifeIreland, R. 2013 In : Legal Studies.33, 1, p. 66-84
Sanctity, Superstition and the Death of Sarah JacobIreland, R. 2012 Making Legal History: Approaches and Methodology. Musson, A. & Stebbings, C. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, p. 284-30219 p.
How Common was the Common Law?Ireland, R. 2011
The Carmarthen Gaoler's Journal 1845-50 (2 vols)Ireland, R. 2010 Cymdeithas Hanes Cyfraith Cymru. (Welsh Legal History Society Publications)
Welsh Legal History Society: Research and ResourcesIreland, R. & Callaghan, N. 2010
A Second Ireland? Crime and popular culture in nineteenth-century WalesIreland, R. 2008 Crime, Law and Popular Culture in Europe 1500-1900. McMahon, R. (ed.). p. 239-26123 p.
A Want of Order and Good Discipline: Rules, Discretion and the Victorian PrisonIreland, R. 2007 Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press.
'Charles Hunt's haircut: getting down to the roots of a legal adventure'Ireland, R. W. 2005 Adventures of the Law: Proceedings of the Sixteenth British Legal History Conference. Brand, P., Costello, K. & Osborough, W. N. (eds.). Dublin: Four Courts Press, p. 219-23314 p.
John Austin, H. L. A. Hart... Oh, And W. Jethro Brown!Ireland, R. 2003 In : Cambrian Law Review.p. 57-6913 p.
The Felon and the Angel Copier: Criminal Identity and the Promise of Photography in Victorian England and WalesIreland, R. 2002 Policing and War in Europe.Greenwood Publishing Group, p. 53-8634 p. (Criminal Justice History)
Law in action, law in books: the practicality of medieval theft lawIreland, R. 2002 In : Continuity and Change.17, 3, p. 309-331
Putting Oneself on whose Country: Carmarthenshire Juries in the Mid-Nineteenth CenturyIreland, R. 2001 Legal Wales: its past, its future: essays dedicated to Professor Dafydd Jenkins on his ninetieth birthday.Cymdeithas Hanes Cyfraith Cymru, p. 63-8725 p.
Howard and the Paparazzi: Painting Penal Reform in the Eighteenth CenturyIreland, R. 1999 In : Art Antiquity and Law.4, 1, p. 55-628 p.
'An increasing mass of heathens in the bosom of a Christian land': the railway and crime in the nineteenth centuryIreland, R. W. 1997 In : Continuity and Change.12, 1, p. 55-7824 p.
Legal Education: Outreach to the Professions and the CommunityWilliams, J., Harding, C. & Ireland, R. 1988 In : Law Librarian.19, 1, p. 2731 p.
Medicine, Necromancy and the Law: Aspects of Medieveal PoisoningIreland, R. 1987 In : Cambrian Law Review.18, 52, p. 52-6110 p.
First Catch Your Toad: Medieval Attitudes to Ordeal and BattleIreland, R. 1980 In : Cambrian Law Review.2, p. 50-6112 p.