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Pathology Museum

The Real Ripper Street: Pathology, Policing and Prostitution in Victorian London

5 November 2014

Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm

In the wake of the popularity of TV’s Ripper Street, Victorian pathological and social conditions are the topic of the moment.

At this National Pathology Week event, Professor Paola Domizio will describe pathology and post-mortems as they were during the Victorian era, Dr Lindsey Fitzharris will discuss Victorian prostitutes and their common medical conditions, and Donald Rumbelow will tell tales of Victorian policing. The event ticket includes the Victorians' favourite tipple: gin.


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