Dr Oliver Cox

Oliver is a historian by training, and received his undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Oxford. He has published widely on Gothic Revival architecture, landscape gardening, patriotism, and is currently writing From Addison to Austen: A Short Guide to the Long Eighteenth Century.

  • Why Celebrate Capability Brown? Responses and Reactions to Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, 1930-2016

  • The “Downton Boom” Downton Abbey . Written and created by Julian Fellowes ; Executive Producers, Gareth Neame , Rebecca Eaton , and Julian Fellowes ; Historical Advisor, Alastair Bruce . Filmed at Highclere Castle, Ber...

  • The Cult of King Alfred

  • FREDERICK, PRINCE OF WALES, AND THE FIRST PERFORMANCE OF 'RULE, BRITANNIA!'

  • King Alfred’s Castle: Or, How to Memorialise the Yorkshire Petition of 1769

  • Arundel Castle as a “Palladium of English Liberty".

  • An Oxford College and the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Revival

  • A MISTAKEN ICONOGRAPHY? EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY VISITOR ACCOUNTS OF STOURHEAD

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