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    Article

    Menis, Susanna (2019) The liberal, the vocational and legal education: a legal history review–from Blackstone to a Law Degree (1972). Law Teacher , ISSN 0306-9400. (In Press)

    Menis, Susanna (2018) The crisis of penal populism: prison legitimacy and its effects on women’s prisons in the UK. Forensic Research & Criminology International Journal 6 (6), pp. 484-489. ISSN 2469-2794.

    Menis, Susanna (2018) Trial by media, deceased defendants and the victim as a commodity. Forensic Research & Criminology International Journal 6 (6), pp. 437-443. ISSN 2469-2794.

    Menis, Susanna (2017) The fiction of the criminalisation of corporate killing. Journal of Criminal Law 81 (6), pp. 467-477. ISSN 0022-0183.

    Menis, Susanna (2017) Non-traditional students and critical pedagogy: transformative practice and the teaching of criminal law. Teaching in Higher Education 22 (2), pp. 193-206. ISSN 1356-2517.

    Book Review

    Menis, Susanna (2020) Stewart Motha: Archiving Sovereignty: Law, History, Violence University of Michigan Press, USA, 2018, 224 pp, £19.95 (pbk), ISBN: 978-0472053865. [Book Review]

    Menis, Susanna (2018) Public History and the study of Law: reviewing The Limehouse Golem (2017). Directed by Juan Carlos Medina [film]. 109 min. UK. Production: Lipsync Post, Number 9 Films. [Book Review]

    Menis, Susanna (2017) Book review: Triple 9 (2016) Directed by John Hillcoat [film]. [Book Review]

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Menis, Susanna Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion and the myth of reformation: literature as discourse and an exercise in New Historicism. In: The Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference, 5-7 Apr 2017, Newcastle, UK. (Unpublished)

    Book

    Menis, Susanna (2020) A history of women’s prisons in England: the myth of prisoner reformation. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars. ISBN 9781527541832.

    Other

    Menis, Susanna (2020) Women, history, invisibility and prisons: a contribution to the Women’s History Month. The British Society of Criminology.

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