The Jack the Ripper Walk is London’s most well known walking tour, but there are lots of other Victorian history walks one can do. Here are 5 of them: 696 more words
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Field lane was once a narrow alley that led to Saffron Hill (once fields and gardens belonging to Ely Place and filled with actual saffron), and formed part of a tangle of the narrow lanes and courts that contained some of London’s most desperate poverty. 816 more words
The first guideline, for creating the sociological imagination.
Ken Plummer defines social structures as “patterns of predictable human actions which cluster around key problems in living”. 237 more words
At the beginning of the twentieth century the burgeoning furniture industry, which was long established in Hoxton and Shoreditch, led to the clearance of several residential areas, for the construction of several warehouses. 144 more words
The William S. Richardson School of Law and PALS welcomes Visiting Scholar Junko Sugimoto from Nihon University in Japan.
Professor Sugimoto will be researching bankruptcy law and comparing the U.S. 32 more words