Joanne Klein is Professor of History at Boise State University. Growing up in Kirkland, WA, she earned her M.A. at Brandeis University, Boston, and her doctorate at Rice University, Houston. Her research focuses on the everyday life of English police constables with a broader interest in modern British policing. She is the author of Invisible Men: the Secret Lives of Police Constables in Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham, 1900-1939 (2010), as well as numerous articles. She teaches courses in Modern Comparative European History and workshops on Middle Eastern history. She is active in the Criminal Justice/Legal History network of the Social Science History Association, an international consortium of scholars.
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