James Horrox is a freelance editor, translator and independent researcher based in Los Angeles. He holds a BA and Ph.D in Politics and has published on a range of humanities and social science subjects, primarily focusing on communities, contemporary neotribalism and 19th/early 20th century European social and political thought. He has worked as an Associate Lecturer at Manchester University, the University of Salford and the Open University.
As an editor, James Horrox has worked with authors in disciplines ranging from medical science and public health research to law, politics, history, economics, social science, psychology and education. 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.
Since April 2017 Horrox has worked as a researcher for the Public Interest Network in Los Angeles, conducting prospect research on behalf of network-affiliated environmental groups in 29 states, state Public Interest Research Groups, U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Environmental Action, Toxics Action Center, Green Century Funds, Green Corps, National Environmental Law Center, Frontier Group, Community Voters Project, Accelerate Change, and Impact.