About

I am a PhD candidate at Leeds Trinity University in West Yorkshire, UK.

I am interested in all aspects of 18th- and 19th-century social and cultural history, although my research has led me into a few areas of focus, in particular the history of crime, criminal biography. My PhD thesis, however, examines 18th- and 19th-century literary representations of Robin Hood.

I am also the author of several academic journal articles, book contributions, and I have three popular history books forthcoming.

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  1. Hi I just came across your website while doing research for my BA thesis on Victorian penny dreadfuls and a lot of your articles offer very valuable insights! Wondering if you have any available digital resources on Sweeny Todd and Varney the Vampire, or penny dreadfuls in general, be them reviews, original content or anything; cause you know how academic research works, you find many entries that you want nothing more than access to them, but they either cost a prohibitive amount of money or require you to sign in from your institution, which didn’t buy their database in the first place.

    I would really appreciate it if you could write me back a few lines at theminabradley@gmail.com, I can be found on Facebook by searching Mina Bradley, so you know I’m a real person.

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  2. Hi I just came across your website while doing research for my BA thesis on Victorian penny dreadfuls and a lot of your articles offer very valuable insights! Wondering if you have any available digital resources on Sweeny Todd and Varney the Vampire, or penny dreadfuls in general, be them reviews, original content or anything; cause you know how academic research works, you find many entries that you want nothing more than access to them, but they either cost a prohibitive amount of money or require you to sign in from your institution, which didn’t buy their database in the first place.

    I would really appreciate it if you could write me back a few lines at theminabradley@gmail.com, I can be found on Facebook by searching Mina Bradley, so you know I’m a real person. Look forward to hearing back from you! Thank you so much

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