I am Dr Katrina Navickas, a historian of popular protest and public space in England
My job is Reader in History, University of Hertfordshire: link to staff page
My email: email@example.com
I am currently Open Spaces Society Fellow 2020-21 at the Museum of English Rural Life.
This project on the history of public space is in part funded by a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship, 2018-19.
- Protest and the Politics of Space and Place, 1789-1848 (Manchester University Press, 2016) – see its accompanying website http://protesthistory.org.uk
- Loyalism and Radicalism in Lancashire, 1789-1815 (Oxford University Press, 2009)
Watch me on BBC One’s The One Show, 1 March 2021, interviewed by Bill Bailey on the Ramblers’ Association’s campaign to save lost footpaths. With Jack Cornish of the Ramblers.
BBC Newsnight, August 2019, on the Peterloo 2019 commemorations:
Central Croydon Pocket Tour map for Open City, which you can purchase from their website: https://shop.openhouselondon.org.uk/collections/printed-tours/products/pocket-london-croydon-printed-tour-guide
‘Croydon’, in The Alternative Guide to the Boroughs of London, edited by Owen Hatherley for Open House London: https://open-city.org.uk/blog/the-alternative-guide-to-the-boroughs-of-london
Essay on Peterloo for the LRB, 20 Dec 2018: https://www.lrb.co.uk/v40/n24/katrina-navickas/opprobrious-epithets
Essay on E. P. Thompson, Karl Polanyi and R. H. Tawney for the LRB, 11 Oct 2018: https://www.lrb.co.uk/v40/n19/katrina-navickas/whats-missing
Essay in Protest: Stories of Resistance, edited by Ra Page (Comma Press): https://www.thelondonmagazine.org/interview-ra-page-on-stories-of-uprising-and-protest-in-the-age-of-coronavirus/