The Clockwork Republic: Sociolegal Culture, Time, and Struggle in the United States, 1787–1860
Luce East Asia Fellowship, 2023–24
Associate Professor of History, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeEmail
Justin Clark is a social and cultural historian of the United States in the long nineteenth century. He is the author of City of Second Sight: Nineteenth-Century Boston and the Making of American Visual Culture (University of North Carolina Press, 2018) and The Zero Season (Penguin Random House, 2022). He has received fellowships from the Huntington Library, the American Antiquarian Society, the Winterthur Library, the New England Regional Fellowship Consortium, the Singapore Ministry of Education, and the Australian National University Humanities Research Centre, among others.
- Clark, Justin T. “Objects and Rituals of Time in Nineteenth-Century American Culture.” Reviews in American History 50 (June 2022): 183–94.
- Clark, Justin T. “Motionless Pictures: The Waiting Public in Popular American Visual Culture, 1870–1930.” Early Popular Visual Culture 19, no. 2–3 (May 2022): 235–74.
- Clark, Justin T., and Alexis McCrossen. “Seeing Time.” Early Popular Visual Culture 19, no. 2–3 (May 2022): 93–97.
- Clark, Justin T. “The Secret of Quick Thinking: The Invention of Mental Speed in America, 1890–1920.” Time & Society 29, no. 2 (May 2020): 469–93.
- Clark, Justin T. City of Second Sight: Nineteenth-Century Boston and the Making of American Visual Culture. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2018.