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Dr Neil Pemberton

BA, MA, PGCE

Publications

2017
Pemberton, N. (2017). The Burnley Dog War: the Politics of Dog-Walking and the Battle over Public Parks in Post-Industrial Britain. Twentieth Century British History. DOI: 10.1093/tcbh/hww045. Publication link: cbc58284-031b-41b8-b58f-76882d2894b4
2016
Burney, I., & Pemberton, N. (2016). Murder and the Making of English CSI. (Hardcover ed.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.. Publication link: c0811c91-3123-49ec-a9f7-ac7f72e96d71
2015
Pemberton, N., & Strange, J-M. (2015). Dogs and modernity: dogs in history and culture. European Review of History/Revue Europeene d'Histoire, 22(5), 705-708. DOI: 10.1080/13507486.2015.1070123. Publication link: a5317d2e-fcef-4d15-aac2-e18f2dd051cb
Worboys, M., & Pemberton, N. (2015). The invention of the basset hound: breed, blood and the late Victorian dog fancy, 1865–1900. European Review of History, 22, 726-40. DOI: 10.1080/13507486.2015.1070124. Publication link: 36e48104-3f10-42fb-9be2-3b8d2ab2594d
2014
Pemberton, N. (2014). The Rat-Catcher’s Prank: Interspecies Cunningness and Scavenging in Henry Mayhew’s London. Journal of Victorian Culture, 19(4), 520-535. DOI: 10.1080/13555502.2014.967548. Publication link: 480a8025-7218-41c7-997c-321140e2ff3b
Jones, E. L., & Pemberton, N. (2014). Ten Rillington Place and the Politics of Abortion in modern Britain. Historical Journal, 57(4), 1085-1109. DOI: 10.1017/S0018246X14000399. Publication link: 9f7c0de7-8b9b-4138-af1c-340bae296f82
2013
Burney, I., Kirby, D. A., & Pemberton, N. (2013). Introducing 'Forensic Cultures'. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C :Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 44(1), 1-3. DOI: 10.1016/j.shpsc.2012.09.012. Publication link: a462538a-70dc-4a0d-a35a-c1a67f3dd61b
Pemberton, N. (2013). The bloodound's nose knows: dogs and detection in Anglo-American Culture. Endeavour, 37(4), 196-208. . Publication link: ef4c59cb-8723-46e5-a6fb-71cee2c0b2d4
Pemberton, N. (2013). Bloundhounds as Detectives: Dogs, Slum Stench and Late-Victorian Murder Investigation. Cultural & Social History, 10(1), 69-91. . Publication link: 7f95b7fa-f186-4959-a48a-5e54728f0b48
Burney, I., & Pemberton, N. (2013). Making space for criminalistics: Hans Gross and fin-de-siècle CSI. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C :Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 44(1), 16-25. DOI: 10.1016/j.shpsc.2012.09.002. Publication link: f109da4f-3e6d-4696-8fd3-4201636fac4c
Kirk, R. G. W., & Pemberton, N. (2013). Leech. (Animal). London: Reaktion.. Publication link: 86d08d76-f9ae-4274-94f3-5a80cc4caaaa
2012
Pemberton, N. (2012). Hounding Holmes: Arthur Conan Doyle, Bloodhounds and Sleuthing in the Late-Victorian Imagination. Journal of Victorian Culture, 17(4), 464-567. . Publication link: ff7c6d73-3815-416f-bfe1-ff9b720ddee3
Worboys, M., & Pemberton, N. (2012). Rabies in Britain: Dogs, Disease and Culture, 1830-2000. (Paperback ed.) (Science, technlogy and Medicine in Modern History). Basingstoke: Palgrave.. Publication link: 654215ae-c8f1-4039-a8a5-823e3f26df6b
2011
Kirk, R. G. W., & Pemberton, N. (2011). Re-imagining bleeders: The medical Leech in the nineteenth century bloodletting encounter. Medical History, 55(3), 355-360. DOI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3143864/. Publication link: ecb21fad-357e-4098-a3b2-f3a002b38852
Burney, I., & Pemberton, N. (2011). Bruised Witness: Bernard Spilsbury and the performance of early twentieth-century forensic pathology. Medical History, 55(1), 41-60. DOI: 10.1017/S0025727300006049. Publication link: 8a9eb32f-9ac8-453f-8ef6-b107d960830d
2010
Burney, I., & Pemberton, N. (2010). The rise and fall of celebrity pathology. BMJ, 341(7786), [c6500]. DOI: 10.1136/bmj.c6500. Publication link: 030e1527-3639-4e8f-ae47-3da6020f74a5
2009
Pemberton, N. (2009). Deafness and Holiness: Home Missions, Deaf Congregations and Natural Langauge 1860-1890. Victorian Review, 35(2), 65-82. . Publication link: de6e62d8-d92b-4db0-92a3-f51d79173840
2007
Anderson, J., & Pemberton, N. (2007). Walking Alone: Aiding the War and Civilian Blind in the Inter-war Period. European Review of History/Revue Europeene d'Histoire, 14(4), 459. . Publication link: f1a5a774-4174-47d5-9499-686a900eef7d
Pemberton, N., & Worboys, M. (2007). Mad dogs and englishmen. History Today, 57(9). DOI: 10.1057/9780230589544. Publication link: fd296567-bdd8-4a74-8750-0a659cd02e24
Pemberton, N., & Worboys, M. (2007). 'The Chief Constable of Clitheroe v. M. Pasteur': Mad Dogs and Lancastrians, c.1890. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 87. . Publication link: 719862bd-b488-43aa-9511-b79dd994a8f3
Worboys, M., & Pemberton, N. (2007). Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Rabies in Britain, 1830-2000. Palgrave.. Publication link: 55d9c2ab-805a-4438-b264-4789aa6f4d57
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