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Humanities and Social Science

Dr Clare Horrocks

Dr Clare Horrocks

Telephone: 0151 231 5035

Publications

Highlighted publications

Horrocks CL. 2016. Digital Thackeray: Preserving the Legacy Salmon R. Thackeray in time: Modernity, History and Memory Ashgate. Hants

Horrocks CL, Maidment B, Stevenson V. Punch Re-Rooted: Comedy and the Periodical Press 1820 - 1850

Book

Horrocks CL. 2018. Reassessing the Dynamics of Punch: Reading Beyond the Main Cuts Bloomsbury History. UK

Chapters

Horrocks CL. 2016. Digital Thackeray: Preserving the Legacy Salmon R. Thackeray in time: Modernity, History and Memory Ashgate. Hants

Horrocks CL. 2013. Detecting Disease in London's Underworld: Household Words and the Campaign for Sanitary Reform Drew J, Winyard B, Mackenzie H. Charles Dickens and the Mid-Victorian Press University of Buckingham Press. UK

Report

Horrocks CL. 2013. Building a Special Collections Resource: A Few Reflections Building a Special Collections Resource: A Few Reflections >Link

Book review

Horrocks CL. 2013. 'Is There Anybody There?' Examining Victorian Responses to Spiritualism and the Occult Journal of Victorian Culture, 18 :167-170 >DOI

Horrocks CL. 2013. Comedy and the 'Middlebrow' Consumer Market 1820 - 1850 Journal of Victorian Culture,

Horrocks CL. 2013. The Diary of Elizabeth Lee Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 162

Horrocks CL. 2012. Country Houses of Lancashire Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 161

Journal article

Horrocks CL. 2013. 'Is there anybody there?' Examining Victorian Responses to Spiritualism and the Occult Journal of Victorian Culture,

Horrocks CL. 2013. Nineteenth Century Journalism Online: The Market versus Academia Media History,

Horrocks CL. 2012. Studying Nineteenth-Century Media: Marking the Shift from 'Reader' to 'User' Journal of Victorian Culture, 17 :376-379

Horrocks CL. 2012. Re-examining Thackeray through a 'Family Lens' Journal of Victorian Culture, 17 :262-264

Horrocks CL. 2012. Advances in Digitization: The Dickens Journals Online Project 2012 Victorian Periodicals Review, 45 :358-362

Horrocks CL. 2011. The Punch Brotherhood Victorian Periodicals Review, 44 :404-406

Horrocks CL, Simons G. 2011. "From Paris to Punch: William Makepeace Thackeray and a New Era in Social Satire" Victorians: a journal of culture and literature (formerly Victorian Newsletter), :4-22

Horrocks CL. 2010. Punch and Shakespeare Victorian Periodicals Review, 43 :342-343

Horrocks CL. 2010. Online Resources for the Study of Nineteenth Century Pamphlets Journal of Victorian Culture, 15 :399-401

Horrocks CL. 2009. "Introduction to the Special Issue" "Father Thames's Revenge: visualising reform through the characterisation of a social problem" "Discussion: Online Resources for the Study of Victorian Periodicals" "Interview with Patrick Leary" Popular Narrative Media, 2

Horrocks CL, Turnbull W. . Public and Private Representations of Italy: Charles Dickens's Pictures of Italy and the Memoirs of Mary Jane Tyson Journal of Victorian Culture,

Other

Horrocks CL. 2012. Punch and the Victorian Periodical Press Collection

Horrocks CL. 2008. "Mark Lemon" and "Francis Burnand" Brake L, Demoor M.

Internet publication

Horrocks CL. 2010. The Illustrated London News and Health

Horrocks CL. 2010. The Illustrated London News and Travel

Thesis/Dissertation

Horrocks CL. 2009. Proselytising Public Health Reform in Punch 1841 1858 Rogers H, Norquay G. Liverpool John Moores University

Conference publication

white N, Horrocks C. Port and Maritime Research Day Port and Maritime Research Day

Exhibition

Horrocks C, White N, Parsons E, Stephenson V. Life on the Ocean Wave >Link

Horrocks CL, Maidment B, Stevenson V. Punch Re-Rooted: Comedy and the Periodical Press 1820 - 1850

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Success Through the Ages: Punch and the Modernist Challenge 1874 - 1906, BAVS Annual conference - Victorian Ages, Leeds Trinity, Oral presentation 27/08/2015

Conference organisation:

Working with Nineteenth Century Periodicals - A Symposium, Co-organiser

Selling Cultures, Strand Co-ordinator: Victorian Cultures of Selling, http://victorianist.wordpress.com/2010/07/27/selling-culture-cultural-identities-in-the-victorian-periodical-press-20-21-november-2010/

Victorian Print and Popular Culture Seminar Series, Convenor, http://ljmu.ac.uk/HSS/121063.htm

40th Annual Conference of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals - Work and Leisure, Conference Organiser, http://www.rs4vp.org/2011conf.html

External collaboration:

http://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/event/life-on-the-ocean-wave-an-exhibition-of-cunard-collectibles/, Liverpool John Moores University, Culture Liverpool

Liverpool John Moores University, Special Collections and Archives, Gale Cengage

British Library, Rachel Foss (Head of Modern Manuscripts)

External PGR examinations performed:

Queens University, Ontario Canada, PhD

Fellowships:

Early Career Researcher Fellowship, Liverpool John Moores University

Curran Fellowship for Archival Research, Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, http://www.rs4vp.org/prizes.html

Industrial connections:

Cengage Learning, Advisory Consultant

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, British Association of Victorian Studies, http://www.bavsuk.org/

Member, Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, http://www.rs4vp.org/

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Other invited event:

North West Nineteenth Century Seminar Series, Manchester Metropolitan University, Invited to deliver a paper on the Punch Contributor Ledgers Project at the quarterly meeting of the North West Nineteenth Century Seminar Series

Research Seminar, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Invited to deliver a paper at the Research Centre for Public Health

AHRC Consultancy Workshop - "Lost Visions", Cardiff University, Invited to test a beta site for a new collaborative AHRC funded project between the University of Cardiff and the British Library tagging over 1 million images from the BL's Flickr account

News of the World Colloquium, Kings College London, Invited Roundtable Plenary panel member

W. T. Stead Centenary Conference for a Newspaper Revolution, British Library, London, Invited to give a paper on a Plenary Panel entitled "The Future of the Newspaper Archive"

Research Grants Awarded:

Cengage Learning (industry funder), Punch and the Victorian Periodical Press, Grant value (£): 74005.00, Duration of research project: 9 months