Exhibition: ‘Prisoners or patients? Criminal insanity in Victorian Scotland’ (Edinburgh, August 2019)

The exhibition ‘Prisoners or patients? Criminal insanity in Victorian Scotland’ could be of interest to h-madness readers. It explores the Criminal Lunatic Department of Perth Prison, which was the Scottish Broadmoor until after WW2, and the lives, crimes, and recovery of 9 men and woman. This exhibition is part of the Fringe Festival in Edingburgh.

When: 1st of August 2019 until the end of the month.

Location: The National Records for Scotland, Edinburgh, EH1 1YY, Scotland.

Admission: free and there is a program of talks (also free, but ticketed).

More information can be found here: https://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/event/1316000-prisoners-or-patients-criminal-insanity-in-victorian-scotland/

 

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