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Dakers, Caroline (2015) Madeline Wyndham of Clouds and Mabel Morrison of Fonthill, two Victorian ladies of Wiltshire. Powerful or powerless? In: 13th Annual Historic Houses of Ireland Conference: Women and the Country House, 11 - 12 May 2015, Maynooth University, Ireland. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2015) Recovering Fonthill. In: The Past in its Place, 17 - 18 April 2015, Buckfast Abbey, Devon. Item not available online.


Dakers, Caroline (2014) Fit for purpose: the Victorian artist's studio-house as public and private space. In: Victorians Like Us 2nd International Conference - The Victorian Household: Power, Policies, Practices, 26 - 29 November 2014, University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES), Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Excessive behaviour and extraordinary collections: William Beckford and Alfred Morrison, two nineteenth-century millionaire collectors. In: Gold in/and Art, 18 - 19 September 2014, Musée Paul-Dupuy, Toulouse, France. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Dickens’ America: alternative readings. In: Dickens Landscapes: Dickens Fellowship 19th Annual Dickens Society Symposium, 8-10 July 2014, Domaine de Sagnes, Beziers, France. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2014) Fact into fiction in the country house novel: who was the model for Charles Ryder? In: The Country House in Britain, 1914-2014, 6-8 June 2014, University of Newcastle, Department of English. Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2014) The Countryside at War 1914-1918. In: Series of lectures at University of Chichester to coincide with exhibition at the Otter Gallery From Fields to Factories: Womens Work on the Home Front in the First World War, 26 March 2014, University of Chichester.


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Dakers, Caroline (2013) Gendered collecting? An examination of the personalities,the taste and the displays of two 19th century collectors. In: The Gendered Interior in Nineteenth-Century Art, 20 Nov 2013, University of Bern, Switzerland.

Dakers, Caroline (2013) Land Agents in fact and fiction: James Coombs and James Morrison/Caleb Garth in Middlemarch. In: The Land Agent: past, present and future, 1-2 July 2013, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire (University of Leicester). Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2013) A different sort of Grand Tour: the blending of culture and commerce by a proto-European entrepreneurial and ambitious London haberdasher in 1826-1827. In: The Global and the Local (NAVSA, BAVS, AVSA conference), 3-6 June 2013, Ca'Foscari University of Venice.

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Dakers, Caroline (2013) Trans-Atlantic Exchange: the impact of cultural and commercial relationships forged in North America between 1836-1857 by the London tradesman and banker James Morrison. In: Britain and the World (British Scholar Society), University of Texas at Austin, USA. Item not available online.

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Dakers, Caroline (2013) Round about a great estate: the Morrisons at Fonthill since 1829. Sarum Chronicle Recent historical research on Salisbury & district, 13. pp. 80-97. ISSN 1475-1844


Dakers, Caroline (2012) James Morrison 1789-1857 a model millionaire? In: Hard Cash: money, property, economics and the marketplace in Victorian Popular Culture, 11-12 July 2012, Institute for English Studies, University of London (Victorian Popular Fiction Association). Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2012) Size Matters: the extraordinary collection of Alfred Morrison, Victorian Maecenas. In: Picturing the Nineteenth Century (INCS 2012), 22-25 March 2013, University of Kentucky, USA. Item not available online.


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Dakers, Caroline (2011) A genius for money: business, art and the Morrisons. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. ISBN 9780300112207

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Dakers, Caroline, Nineteenth Century Studies Association (2011) James Morrison millionaire model and model millionaire. In: Money/Myths, 03-06 March 2011, Albuquerque, NM USA. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2011) The Morrison archives. Business Archives (103). pp. 41-51. ISSN 0007-6538 Item not available online.


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Dakers, Caroline (2010) Furniture and interior decoration for James and Alfred Morrison. Furniture History: The Journal of the Furniture History Society, XLVI. pp. 189-216. ISSN 00163058

Dakers, Caroline, University College London (2010) J.B.Papworth, Bloomsbury architect. In: Bloomsbury Day: A Celebration of Bloomsbury Past and Present, 12 March 2010, London, UK. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2010) John Buonarotti Papworth, architect-designer in pre-Victorian London. In: Bloomsbury Day, March 2010. (Unpublished) Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2010) The collection of James Morrison 1789-1857, merchant, financier and the richest commoner in 19th century Britain. In: Institute d’Etudes Superieures des Arts Conference, January 2010, Musee Cernuschi, Paris. (Unpublished) Item not available online.


Dakers, Caroline (2009) J.B.Papworth and his patron James Morrison. In: Bloomsbury Project conference, 2009, Wellcome Institute, London. (Unpublished) Item not available online.


Dakers, Caroline (2007) Letters from a 19th Century Merchant on the Grand Tour 1826-1827. In: International Society of Cultural Historians, 2007, University of Ghent. (Unpublished) Item not available online.


Dakers, Caroline (2005) James Morrison (1789-1857), 'Napoleon of Shopkeepers,' Millionaire Haberdasher, Modern Entrepreneur. In: Fashion and Modernity. Berg, Oxford, pp. 17-32. ISBN 1845200276 Item not available online.



Dakers, Caroline (2001) Peeps, shows and chats: the promotion of artists in Late-Victorian London and The Artist as Celebrity in Victorian London. In: Locating the Victorians, Science Museum/Imperial College London. Item not available online.

Dakers, Caroline (2001) Yours affectionately, Angelo. The letters of Edward Burne-Jones and Frances Horner. British Art Journal. pp. 16-21. ISSN 14672006 Item not available online.

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