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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
2022 East End Conference: Lauren Davies- Jack the Ripper and the Contagious Diseases Act
June 4th, 2022
Duration: 00:40:41

Lauren Davies is a researcher and historian of women's history, the co-host of the history podcast “Transatlantic History Ramblings with Lauren and Brian” and is a Medieval Studies Masters student from Swansea in South Wales. She has over the past few years developed an interest in the stories of women across a broad spectrum of history and their encounters with the criminal justice system of their period. She’s spoken on the medieval prison system to the Metropolitan Police Heritage Society, and the relationship of the Medieval Jewry with the Tower of London for the Whitechapel Society. Lauren’s talk is entitled Jack the Ripper and the Contagious Disease Act

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