2016 - PhD - University of East Anglia
Luxury Items: Discourses of Cultural Value in Creating Channel 4 Comedy
Part of the AHRC funded research project, Make Me Laugh.
2009 - MA - University of East Anglia
Thesis title: No Girls Allowed: Gender Politics and the Hollywood Comedy of Judd Apatow and the Frat Pack
TBA 004: Church - St. Margaret's Church, Norwich, 2020
TBA 003: Merz - Nunn's Yard, Norwich, 2019
TBA 002: Occupation - St. Mary's Shoe Factory, Norwich, 2019
TBA 001 - Nunn's Yard, Norwich, 2019
Mills, Brett with Erica Horton, Creativity in the British Television Comedy Industry, 2017, Routledge
Cann, Victoria and Horton, Erica (2015) Transition, crisis and nostalgia: Youth masculinity and postfeminism in contemporary Hollywood, an analysis of Superbad. Boyhood Studies, 8 (2). pp. 5-24.
A Very Special Relationship: Mapping The Transatlanticism of Contemporary Golden Age Quality Comedy written for Critical Studies in Television, Online
Keeping It Real: Some Girls, Reception and Authenticity in British Television Comedy, written for Critical Studies in Television, Online