Monthly Archives: July 2019

Shaped by Silence: Stories from the Inmates of the Good Shepherd Laundries and Reformatories by Rie Croll

Book Review by Dee Michell Rie Croll is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, a province of Canada. Her background is in therapeutic counselling where she worked with sexually abused children and women. Croll … Continue reading

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Through the Wardrobe

The day before I started my new role as Aoife O’Higgins‘ Research Assistant at University of Oxford; I stayed at St Stephen’s, a theology college founded in 1876. In the room was a huge wardrobe and I couldn’t help but step inside, just … Continue reading

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