Cathryn Pearce, select publications

  • ‘‘…melancholy disasters amongst the hardy sons of the sea’:  Launching the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners’ Royal Benevolent Society in Scotland, 1839-48.’ In The New Coastal History: Cultural and Environmental Perspectives, in David Worthington (ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, Forthcoming 2017
  • ‘Extreme Weather and the Growth of Charity: Insights from the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners’ Royal Benevolent Society, 1839-60.’ In Curating Weather: Recording and Recalling Weather Events in Historical Perspective, Georgina Endfield and Lucy Veale (eds.), London: Routledge, Forthcoming 2017
  • ‘The Unlucky Wrecker: William Pearse of St Gennys, Cornwall.’ Troze: The Online Journal of the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2014
  • ‘The Cornish Arundells and their Right of Wreck.’ In  New Maritime History of Cornwall, Philip Payton, Director of the Institute of Cornish Studies, University of Exeter, and Helen Doe, Centre for Maritime Historical Studies (eds.), University of Exeter, 2014
  • ‘East India Company’s “Lacks.”’ The Mariner’s Mirror, Vol. 99, No. 3, 2013: p. 350.
  • Cornish Wrecking, 1700-1860: Reality and Popular Myth. London: Boydell and Brewer, 2010. Received the Holyer An Gof 2011 Highly Commended Award for Non-Fiction.
  • ‘“Neglectful or Worse:’” A Lurid Tale of a Lighthouse Keeper and Wrecking.’ Troze: The Online Journal of the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2008
  • ‘Mentoring Undergraduate Research Students in History.’ In Mentoring Undergraduates in Research and Scholarship. Kenrick Mock and Eric S. Murphy, (eds.) Anchorage: University of Alaska Anchorage, 2008.
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