Research & Writing

Below are links/PDFs of my research and writing. This is a work in progress as I adapt earlier conference papers into something presentable.

‘Waxworks and Wordless Women: The Jack The Ripper Museum’The Public Historian, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 51–57 (May 2017) [1]

‘LGBTQ Monuments and Memorials as Sites of Memory’, Conference Paper, European Social Science History Conference (April 2016)

Representations of Same-Sex Love in Public History‘, (PhD Thesis), Kingston University, (2015)

‘Prostitution in the Long Eighteenth-Century: False Perceptions and Social Failings’ (MA Thesis), Kingston University, (2011)

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