James Horrox is a freelance editor and occasional writer, originally from the north of England, currently living in Los Angeles, California. He has a BA in Politics from Newcastle University and has published on a range of humanities and social science subjects, with a focus on communities, neotribalism and 19th/early 20th century European social thought. He has worked as an Associate Lecturer in social science faculties at Manchester University, Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Salford and the Open University. As an editor, James Horrox has worked with academic authors in a broad array of disciplines. His edits have been published in titles from leading academic and commercial publishers, including Cambridge University Press, Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield, New York University Press, Thomson Reuters and Wiley Blackwell.
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Contributions to The Literary Encyclopedia
Horrox, James. "Gustav Landauer". Volume 1.4.1: German-language Writing and Culture: Germany, 500-present. First published August 2011.
Horrox, James. "Julius Evola". Volume 1.6.1: Italian-language Writing and Culture, 453-present. First published July 2011.
Horrox, James. "Aleister Crowley". Volume 1.2.1.08: Early 20th Century English Writing and Culture, 1901-1945. First published July 2011.
Horrox, James. "Charles Péguy". Volume 1.5.2.06: Early 20th Century French Writing and Culture, 1900-1945. First published March 2011.