Dr Maryse Tennant


NameDr Maryse Tennant
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Law, Policing and Social Sciences

Research outputs

From darkness to light: portrait pictures in the Bảo Tàng Côn Đảo Museum

Tennant, M. 2018. From darkness to light: portrait pictures in the Bảo Tàng Côn Đảo Museum. in: Sophie Fuggle, Charles Fox, Charles Forsdick, Katharina Massing (ed.) A Poetics of Space: Images of Côn Đảo London Pavement Books. pp. 25-28

The pain of others: photographs, the prison and suffering

Tennant, M. 2018. The pain of others: photographs, the prison and suffering.

The university and the prison: an update on constructing heritage at Canterbury

Tennant, M. 2018. The university and the prison: an update on constructing heritage at Canterbury.

Prison history and the ethics of public engagement

Tennant, M. 2018. Prison history and the ethics of public engagement.

The Police that never was: Peel, Melbourne and the Cheshire Constabulary, 1829-1856

Tennant, M. 2017. The Police that never was: Peel, Melbourne and the Cheshire Constabulary, 1829-1856.

Challenging the penal present: developing and representing a critical history of the prison

Tennant, M. 2017. Challenging the penal present: developing and representing a critical history of the prison.

A critical history of the prison: using the past to challenge the present

Tennant, M. 2017. A critical history of the prison: using the past to challenge the present.

"There is a crack in everything; it's where the light gets in": some reflections on producing ethical prison heritage

Tennant, M. 2017. "There is a crack in everything; it's where the light gets in": some reflections on producing ethical prison heritage.

Penal heritage: approaches to interpretation

Tennant, M. 2017. Penal heritage: approaches to interpretation.

Criminology picks up the gauntlet: responses to the Whole Earth exhibition

Hallenberg, K. and Tennant, M. 2015. Criminology picks up the gauntlet: responses to the Whole Earth exhibition.

Criminology picks up the gauntlet: responses to the Whole Earth exhibition

Hallenberg, K. and Tennant, M. 2016. Criminology picks up the gauntlet: responses to the Whole Earth exhibition. in: Woodfield, K. (ed.) Inspire – Teaching and Learning in the Social Sciences HEA.

Fields of struggle: a Bourdieusian analysis of conflicts over criminal justice in England, c. 1820-1850

Tennant, M. 2014. Fields of struggle: a Bourdieusian analysis of conflicts over criminal justice in England, c. 1820-1850. Social History. 39 (1), pp. 36-55. https://doi.org/10.1080/03071022.2013.875712
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