The second of a two-part conversation with Mark Gilman. In this part, we pick up the story in 1999, when Mark moved from Lifeline to the Home Office. The conversation ranges widely, covering treatment, recovery, social justice and crime, reflecting the unique breadth of Mark’s contributions to the field.
- @martingeorge I’m a very long way away from being a private law academic but also nodding in agreement! High-qualit… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 hours ago
- @markfransham @DSPI_Oxford Most of my own work atm is focused on using historical methods to think differently abou… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- @markfransham @DSPI_Oxford Any interest in historical methods, Mark? 1 week ago