CA O'Reilly

Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies

MediaMusic&Perf

Journalism/ Press History, History of Public Parks, History of Public Leisure, Urban social and cultural History

MA, University of Leeds, 2000 PhD, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2009

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  1. O'Reilly, CA 2017, 'A blot on the landscape? Civic memory and municipal public parks in early twentieth century Manchester' , Landscape History, Volume 38, number 2, 38 (2) , pp. 63-75.
  2. O'Reilly, CA 2013, '“We have gone recreation mad” : the consumption of leisure and popular entertainment in municipal public parks in early Twentieth Century Britain' , International Journal of Regional and Local History, 8 (2) , pp. 112-128.
  3. O'Reilly, CA 2017, 'Journalism and the changing act of observation : writing about cities in the British press 1880–1940' , in: Communicating the City: Meanings, Practices, Interactions , Urban Communication , Peter Lang, New York, pp. 3-16.
  4. O'Reilly, CA 2014, '“Dirt, death and disease” : newspaper discourses on public health in the construction of the modern British city' , Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 15 (2) , pp. 207-227.
  5. O'Reilly, CA 2012, '"Squaring the Contradictions"' , H-Net .
  6. O'Reilly, Carole 2011, The long view [Audio].
  7. O'Reilly, C 2011, 'Re-ordering the landscape : landed elites and the new urban aristocracy in Manchester' , Urban History Review, 40 (1) , pp. 30-40.
  8. O'Reilly, C 2012, 'From ‘the people’ to ‘the citizen’ : the emergence of the Edwardian municipal park in Manchester, 1902 - 1912' , Urban History, 40 (1) , pp. 136-155.
  9. O'Reilly, C 2010, From ‘the people’ to ‘the citizen’: Municipal leisure in Manchester’s urban parks , in: City and Society in European History: Conference of the European Association for Urban History, September 1 - 4 2010, Ghent, Belgium. (Submitted)
  10. O'Reilly, C 2010, 'Theatres of transgression’: Municipal public parks in Edwardian Manchester. , in: Transgressive Cities: Practices and Place, Urban History group conference, 25 - 26 March 2010, University of Durham, UK. (Unpublished)