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Film, Media & Cultural Studies 2010
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Post-Classical Hollywood Journalists in Film
By Barry Langford Guides students through the evolution of Hollywood filmmaking since 1945 (p9) By Brian McNair Provides the inside scoop on the portrayal of journalists in film releases from 1997 to 2008 (p3)
Cultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture
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Journalists in Film
Heroes and Villains
Brian McNair, University of Strathclyde More than 2,000 films have been made about journalism and journalists, including some of the greatest works in cinema history. From Citizen Kane to La Dolce Vita, from Capote to Good Night, and Good Luck, from Salvador to A Mighty Heart, journalism has fascinated and inspired writers, directors and actors. Brian McNair’s study of journalists in film asks what they tell us about changing public perceptions of journalism and its role in society. Journalism is an important cultural form and cinema provides an arena to articulate society’s expectations of and public debates about journalism. This book approaches films about journalism as cinematic works of art in their own right, as well as evidence of journalism’s evolving public role. It considers key issues including the commercialisation of news values, the power of the columnist and the implications of digital technologies using films such as Shattered Glass, The Sweet Smell of Success, and Ace in the Hole. Illustrated throughout, the volume contains an appendix of mini essays covering films from 1997 to 2008. January 2010 o 240pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3447 7 o £19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3446 0 o £70.00
Films and Movement
Dimitris Eleftheriotis, University of Glasgow Cinematic Journeys explores the interconnected histories, theories and aesthetics of cinematic movement. It traces the links between certain types of movement of/in the frame and broader cultural trends that have historically informed Western sensibilities, then contextualises that genealogy with an analysis of emerging trends in world cinema. The book investigates how movements of exploration, discovery and revelation are activated in specific cinematic narratives of travelling and displacement. These narratives are analysed with attention to the mass population movements and displacements that form their referential background. Finally, the book examines the ways in which travelling affects film itself. Case studies focus on the films of Jules Dassin, tracing thematic and aesthetic trends that can be related to his status as an exiled director; on films as travelling commodities (focussing on the popularity of Indian films in Greece in the 1950s and 60s); and on the category of the ‘foreign spectator’ (who moves across cultural borders when encountering ‘foreign’ films). April 2010 o 224pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3312 8 o £60.00
Heritage Film Audiences
Period Films and Contemporary Audiences in the UK
Claire Monk, De Montfort University The concept of ‘heritage cinema’ is now firmly established as an influential, but also contested, critical framework for the discussion of period or historical representation in film yet the very idea of the ‘heritage film’ has rested on untested assumptions about its audiences. This book breaks significant new ground in both the scholarship on contemporary period films and film-audience studies by presenting the first empirically based study of the audiences for ‘quality’ period films. December 2010 o 256pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3824 6 o £65.00
Memory and the Moving Image
French Film in the Digital Era
Isabelle McNeill, University of Cambridge This book investigates the role of the moving image in cultural memory, taking into account the impact of digital technologies on visual culture. Focusing on the French context, the book examines the ways in which recent French moving image works and films conceptualise both the past and the workings of memory. March 2010 o 208pp 9 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 3891 8 o £60.00 www.euppublishing.com 3
University of Sunderland The film sequel has been much maligned in popular culture as a vampirish corporative exercise in profit-making and narrative regurgitation. authoritative volume analyses critically the work of 100 British directors. theoretical and global contexts. stardom. Psycho). Case studies include the remaking of classics (Double Indemnity. foreign art-films (Solaris. It discusses psychoanalysis both as a critical approach and as a crucial reference point for the cinematic and literary texts themselves. this volume situates the sequel within its industrial. providing an indispensable reference source for film students at all levels. Each issue contains: • A wide range of papers • Substantial book reviews • A section intended to stimulate on-going debate about the study of British cinema and television • Interviews with leading practitioners • Reports of conferences and other relevant events • Reviews of soundtracks of British films and television programmes released on CD Three issues per year Volume 7 o 2010 ISSN: 1743-4521 o e-ISSN: 1755-1714 www. cult movies (Planet of the Apes.00 Journal of British Cinema and Television Film Sequels Principal Editors: Julian Petley. and British film and television in the first decade of the new century.eupjournals.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2186 6 o £60. Shail’s book is hard to beat. Charlie’s Angels).’ – Total Film This concise. Monash University. remaking as textual category. and is now the prime site for publishing cutting-edge work in these fields. the producer.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2230 6 o £55. and remaking as critical category. 2008 o 272pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3646 4 o £60. Brunel University & James Chapman. Continental connections.00 4 Film.00 Barbara Straumann. as well as for the general cinema enthusiast. Drawing on a wide range of examples.Film Studies British Film Directors JOURNAL Robert Shail. Australia This comprehensive and systematic account of the phenomenon of cinematic remaking is divided into three broad sections: remaking as industrial category. February 2009 o 176pp o e 6 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 2603 8 o £50. Themed issues alternate with general issues. Media & Cultural Studies . University of Leicester The Journal of British Cinema and Television has rapidly established itself as indispensable for anyone seriously interested in British cinema and television.00 Film Remakes Figurations of Exile in Hitchcock and Nabokov Constantine Verevis. Dawn of the Dead). Le Samouraï). 2007 o 256pp o e 10 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2231 3 o £17. from the innovators of the silent period to contemporary auteurs.com/jbctv Theory and Practice from Hollywood to Bollywood Carolyn Jess-Cooke. Lampeter ‘As a basic primer on Brit movie-makers with a well-argued intro. University of Wales. University of Zurich Barbara Straumann’s close reading of selected films and literary texts makes an important contribution to cultural analysis by opening up the work of two canonical authors to issues of exile and migration. 2005 o 208pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2187 3 o £18. and television properties (Batman. cultural. 4 stars. and future themes will include colour.
the country has become known for the location possibilities it offers. Modes and Identities David Martin-Jones. this study patiently and systematically explores the fascinating phenomenon of global films shot in Scotland. Drawing on a private archive of pre-cinema New Zealand this book also includes a study of stereoviews and magic lantern slides. and the reworking of American genres . and The World’s Fastest Indian.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2463 8 o £70. new media and metropolitan Hindu fundamentalism examines Hindi film between 1991 and 2004. and the birth of the domestic video industry. Heavenly Creatures.across more than a hundred years of New Zealand film history. Brunel University This book analyses how film and video censorship have developed since 1979. and documentaries . Lingnan University. Significantly broadening the scope of previous debates.including Scotland. Scotland: Global Cinema provides analysis of ten different genres and modes prevalent in the 1990s/2000s and situates cinema in Scotland in a global context through analysis of the intersection of transversal flows of filmmaking. Asia-Pacific diasporas.shorts. cinematographers and actors. December 2010 o 224pp o t 50 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2464 5 o £22. the United States and India who braved the weather to shoot in Scotland. October 2009 o 256pp 10 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 3391 3 o £60. which posed a distinct threat to the long-standing modus operandi of film censorship in Britain. Roehampton University Despite the success of films such as The Piano. engaging.euppublishing. tourism. but since 1977 New Zealand has produced more than 250 movies and an array of acclaimed short films.World Cinema FORTHCOMING New Zealand Cinema FORTHCOMING Ian Conrich. From the early nineties popular Hindi cinema took a spectacular turn as a signature ‘Bollywood’ style evolved in the wake of liberalisation and the inauguration of a global media ecology in India. a year which marked the arrival of both Mrs Thatcher’s government. features. University of St Andrews ‘Wonderfully concrete. This full-length study of New Zealand cinema explores a series of recurring themes and issues . Whale Rider.and considers the work of directors.law and authority. trade and transnational fantasy typical of globalization. University of Illinois This study of popular Indian cinema in the age of globalization. post-settler identity. the Kiwi Gothic.00 www. neo-colonialism.00 FORTHCOMING Scotland: Global Cinema Genres.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2538 3 o £60. England. Basu connects this filmic geo-televisual style to an ongoing story of the uneven globalising process in India. France. It explores the various cinematic fantasies of Scotland created by contemporary filmmakers from all over the world . It presents critical readings of a diverse range of films .com 5 . September 2010 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2539 0 o £19. Once Were Warriors.’ – Professor Mette Hjort. and detailed. as they meet and mingle against the world famous cinematic landscapes of Scotland. producers. New Zealand cinema remains one of the best kept secrets. Internationally.00 ‘Bollywood’ in the Age of New Media The Geo-televisual Aesthetic Anustup Basu.00 Film and Video Censorship in Modern Britain Julian Petley. Hong Kong Scotland: Global Cinema is the first book to focus exclusively on the unprecedented explosion of filmmaking in Scotland in the 1990s and 2000s. with its strong streak of moral authoritarianism. September 2010 o 256pp 25 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 4102 4 o £65.
’ – H-Africa ‘[Japanese Horror Cinema] is a well written. as well as topical and retroactive critical appraisal. succinctly and in elegant prose. September 2010 o 272pp o t o e 11 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2082 1 o £19. it has often functioned as an explicitly local or national form. Mokdad. and from the 1950s onwards. CUNY The core volume in the Traditions in World Cinema series brings together a colourful and wide-ranging collection of world cinematic traditions .World Cinema SERIES Traditions in World Cinema FORTHCOMING Series Editors: Linda Badley. Barton Palmer. Films discussed include Come Drink With Me (1966).99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3285 5 o £60. in the Hong Kong and Taiwan film industries. Hidden Dragon (2000). The series comprises both cutting edge monographs and student textbooks. and examining the political role of film. both University of Iowa This book fills a significant gap in scholarship on film genre. 2005 o 288pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1863 7 o £21. popular music and world cinema by providing the first comparative consideration of the musical’s role within national cinema traditions.’ – Golden Pigsy (blog) www. with particular emphasis on the period of the Prague Spring. Clemson University & Steven Jay Schneider. investigation and. Clemson University This series introduces diverse and fascinating movements in world cinema. along with the transnational musical. Middle Tennessee State University. Melbourne This book presents the first comprehensive account of the wuxia (martial chivalry) tradition as it developed in the early Shanghai cinema in the late 1920s. R. Media & Cultural Studies . Individual chapters provide discussions of musicals from sixteen major national film traditions.euppublishing.’ – Times Higher Education ‘Not only does Armes canvass enormous territory. deeply thought out publication.national.com/series/tcac The International Film Musical Chinese Martial Arts Cinema The Wuxia Tradition Stephen Teo.00 Edited By Linda Badley. While the musical is one of the cinema’s few genuinely international genres.00 Edited by Corey K. Each volume concentrates on a set of films from a different national or regional (in some cases crosscultural) cinema which constitute a particular tradition. in some cases. September 2010 o 256pp 18 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 3476 7 o £60.’ – Horror News ‘[Chinese Martial Arts Cinema is] an excellent resource for the history of the genre.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1862 0 o £60. considering key stylistic and thematic tendencies such as comedy and lyricism. critical reassessment. The One-Armed Swordsman (1967). Middle Tennessee State University & R. Creekmur & Linda Y. Hero (2002).00 NEW IN PAPERBACK Traditions in World Cinema Czech and Slovak Cinema Theme and Tradition Peter Hames. National University of Singapore and RMIT University.00 6 Film. Barton Palmer. March 2009 o 240pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3286 2 o £19. Praise for the series: ‘Traditions in World Cinema takes a sophisticated and wide-ranging approach… This collection contains plenty of useful and informative material [and] several chapters throw light on neglected corners of cinematic history.all of which are in need of introduction. A Touch of Zen (1970-71). drawing upon distinct traditions understood as ‘native’ rather than ‘international’. Staffordshire University This unique study provides a historical overview of the Czech and Slovak film industries. Its most popular association is with the film Crouching Tiger. but he has also made a judicious selection of directors and films.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2081 4 o £60. regional and global . House of Flying Daggers (2004) and Curse of the Golden Flower (2006).
Iranian. Nottingham Trent University This book uses a number of detailed case studies to investigate the limitations of Anglo-US theoretical models and critical paradigms.99 Edited by Chi-Yun Shin.00 Asian Cinemas A Reader and Guide Nurith Gertz & George Khleifi 2008 o 256pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3408 8 o £19.00 Edited by Jay McRoy 2005 o 240pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1995 5 o £19. October 2008 o 232pp o t o e 9 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2475 1 o £16. circulation and reception of modern South Korean cinema. Trauma and Memory Colette Balmain. 2006 o 488pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1777 7 o £20. Highlighting transnational and cross-cultural structures.’ – Screening the Past New Korean Cinema adopts a cross-cultural perspective and provides a comprehensive overview of the production. ‘authorship’ and ‘stardom’ – the book aims to introduce in context the ‘unfamiliar’ case studies which will be explored in depth and detail. ‘genre’. this historical and cultural overview charts the evolution of Japanese horror from the 1950s through to contemporary classics such as Ringu and Ju-On: The Grudge.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2123 1 o £72. it explores key motifs such as the vengeful virgin. East Asia and South Asia.99 www.com 7 . Divided thematically. Sheffield Hallam University & Julian Stringer.euppublishing. Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College Starting with the cultural phenomenon of Godzilla. the Middle East. ‘national cinema’. the Middle East. it offers a broad critical context for the study of contemporary world cinema and includes case studies of Scandinavian.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2474 4 o £60. University of Essex This book provides an overview of the flourishing cinemas of parts of Europe. Hong Kong and Indian cinema.00 Edited by Dimitris Eleftheriotis. 2005 o 200pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1799 9 o £17. University of Glasgow & Gary Needham. 2005 o 256pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1852 1 o £22. situating them within traditional Japanese mythology and folk-tales. East Asia and South Asia Shohini Chaudhuri.99 Contemporary World Cinema Europe.World Cinema ALSO AVAILABLE Introduction to Japanese Horror Film Palestinian Cinema Landscape.99 African Filmmaking North and South of the Sahara Roy Armes 2006 o 240pp o e 12 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2124 8 o £19. the demonic child.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1994 8 o £80.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3407 1 o £60. University of Nottingham ‘A vital addition to the body of work available to those teaching Asian cinema in the west. the doomed lovers and the supernatural serial killer.00 Japanese Horror Cinema New Korean Cinema New Punk Cinema Edited by Nicholas Rombes 2005 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2035 7 o £22. influences and themes. By engaging the readers with familiar areas of critical discourse – such as post-colonial criticism.
the past.cinemas from around the world. Denmark. University of Leeds In this radical rethinking of the post-war history of European cinemas the authors approach the subject from the perspective of television’s impact on cinematic culture. University of Bristol French Queer Cinema looks at queer selfrepresentation in contemporary auteur film and experimental video in France. 2007 o 208pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2309 9 o £19. Italy and Denmark. Ireland. Each chapter looks at a particular cinema and the book as a whole provides the basis for a broader understanding of small or minor national cinemas. Television’s growing popularity has drastically reshaped cinema’s audiences and forced governments to introduce regulatory policies. Spain.and sub national .00 Dorota Ostrowska.99 A Cinema of Contradiction Spanish Film in the 1960s Sally Faulkner 2006 o 208pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2160 6 o £55.00 European Cinemas in the Television Age Lucille Cairns 2006 o 232pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2165 1 o £60. University of Sheffield This book explores how Soviet film worked with time. The author uses the works of the great filmmakers of the Stalinist era to show the role of cinema in the formation of the Soviet political imagination. Taiwan.00 ALSO AVAILABLE Cinema and Sensation French Film and the Art of Transgression Martine Beugnet 2007 o 208pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2042 5 o £19.00 The Cinema of Small Nations Mette Hjort & Duncan Petrie This analysis of small national cinemas comprises twelve case studies of small national . Scotland. He also provides the historical setting for this recent crop of films by looking at earlier productions such as Chéreau’s groundbreaking L’Homme blessé.00 Sapphism on Screen Lesbian Desire in French and Francophone Cinema Stalinist Cinema and the Production of History Museum of the Revolution Evgeny Dobrenko. Poland. It includes detailed case studies of Britain. France. 2008 o 176pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3418 7 o £50. Media & Cultural Studies .World Cinema French Queer Cinema Nick Rees-Roberts. University of Edinburgh & Graham Roberts. Burkina Faso. Bulgaria. Tunisia. Nick ReesRoberts addresses the political background and material culture informing films such as Patrice Chéreau’s Son Frère and François Ozon’s Le Temps qui reste. Germany.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2308 2 o £65.00 8 Film.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2536 9 o £55. Quebec. Cuba. Singapore. and memory and looks at its role in the conversion of the present and experience into history. 2007 o 256pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2537 6 o £17. 2008 o 320pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3445 3 o £60. Hong Kong and New Zealand.
Utilising a wide range of new films since 2000.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4024 9 o £60.absorbed into transnational media conglomerates like NewsCorp. from Singin’ in the Rain to Pirates of the Caribbean? May 2010 o 256pp 13 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3858 1 o £19. marketed and consumed today and asks how these have changed across the last seven decades. Hollywood’s Blacklists is a history of the political and cultural factors relevant to understanding the why and the how of the various investigations of the alleged Communist infiltration of Hollywood.differs from the legendary studios of Hollywood’s Golden Age. March 2010 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2456 0 o £19. especially in the post-9/11. debated and influenced by a whole series of films. Barry Langford explores the concept of ‘post-classical’ Hollywood cinema and how it can help or hinder our understanding of Hollywood from the forties to the present. Ian Scott takes up his analysis of political content and ideology through movies and contends that American culture and the institutional process continues to be portrayed. In this second edition of American Politics in Hollywood Film. Hollywood was incredibly prosperous. 2007 o 352pp o e 42 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2524 6 o £19. Hollywood and politics have never been more intimate. Scott describes how television has been an increasingly important part of this process.00 NEW IN PAPERBACK Hollywood’s Blacklists A Political and Cultural History Reynold Humphries. Numerous challenges and crises have since changed the American film industry yet Hollywood’s worldwide dominance remains intact at the start of a new century. Style and Ideology since 1945 Barry Langford. December 2010 o 240pp 15 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 4023 2 o £19.00 American Politics in Hollywood Film Second edition Ian Scott.American Film NEW Post-Classical Hollywood FORTHCOMING Film Industry. He looks at how today’s ‘Hollywood’ ..’ – Journal of American Culture ‘Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist Party?’ This question was endlessly repeated during the anti-Communist investigations carried out by the House Committee on un-American Activities (HUAC) in the 1950s. University of Lille III ‘I recommend Hollywood’s Blacklists as a concise introduction to a turbulent period in American history both on and off the screen. Bush era. Royal Holloway. from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution to the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989. as well as revisiting classic political texts from earlier Hollywood periods. and Viacom .99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2523 9 o £65.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3857 4 o £70.euppublishing. He discusses the dominant frameworks and conventions that influence the way films are made.99 Hollywood’s Cold War Tony Shaw. University of London At the end of World War II. University of Hertfordshire This is the first book to explore the American film industry’s propaganda role throughout the Cold War.00 www. Scott further extends his notion of the way sub-generic categories like Election Films and Bio-Pics work. Sony. the style and the content of Hollywood movies.com 9 . University of Manchester From Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rise to the Governorship of California through to the drama of the celebrity-fuelled 2008 Presidential election. Have these evolving contexts shaped the form. while re-articulating the ideological and iconographic symbols at play in Hollywood’s political movie culture.
marketing and reception. and mainstream subject matter with unconventional filmic techniques. April 2009 o 160pp o e 11 illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3369 2 o £12. Brunel University From consideration of industrial factors such as funding and release strategy to the role of star performance and formal qualities.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3745 4 o £50. this book provides an in-depth analysis of the balance of more and less mainstream qualities offered by Lost in Translation. this book analyses The Spanish Prisoner as a film that bridges genre filmmaking with personal visual style. independent film production with niche distribution. Nottingham Trent University and Yannis Tzioumakis. genre. distribution. www.00 Yannis Tzioumakis. and positions it within the context of gay film spectatorship and queer cinema. a distinctive visual and belonging to the genre of the ‘con game film’.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3778 2 o £50.00 ALREADY AVAILABLE NEW Memento Brokeback Mountain The Spanish Prisoner Claire Molloy.euppublishing. and positions the film in relation to the rest of Haynes’ career.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3382 1 o £50. the New Queer Cinema movement. postmodernism. Media & Cultural Studies . March 2010 o 160pp 25 illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3746 1 o £12. The Glasgow School of Art This first full-length study of Far From Heaven includes chapters on key topics such as authorship. genre.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3771 3 o £50.00 Gary Needham.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3368 5 o £50. University of Liverpool Featuring a heavily convoluted narrative. queer theory.00 NEW Lost in Translation Geoff King. April 2011 o 160pp 12 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3779 9 o £12. March 2010 o 160pp o e 12 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3383 8 o £12. Each volume explores a specific film and combines innovative and original research with clearly defined classroomorientated frameworks of film analysis. Nottingham Trent University This book offers an overview of Focus Features as a hybrid company that operates across the mainstream and independent cinema sectors. University of Liverpool This series of books covers contemporary American films that have found commercial success but which have not been constrained by the formal and ideological parameters often associated with mainstream Hollywood cinema. March 2010 o 160pp 4 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3772 0 o £12. and the history of US independent cinema. Liverpool John Moores University This study considers Memento’s position as an independent film before addressing key aspects of its narration. examines the film in relation to the genres of the western and melodrama.American Film SERIES American Indies FORTHCOMING Series Editors: Gary Needham.00 10 Film.com/series/amin Far From Heaven NEW Glyn Davis.
2007 o 256p o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2141 5 o £19. Literature and Film study of UK cinema and downplayed in the Mark Taylor development of Western cinema.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2140 8 o £65.the fugitive film and the trauma film . University of Wales.99 and discusses two genres vital to British cinema . Edinburgh Studies in Film April 2010 o 240pp Hb o 978 0 7486 4014 0 o £60.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1489 9 o £60. Emeritus Professor. The author also assesses the powerful impact of major expatriate directors like Joseph Losey. Carol Reed. Edited by Peter William Evans Covering the period between 1929 and the & Celestino Deleyto present this book examines directors such o 240pp 1998 as Alfred Hitchcock.99 John Orr. Edinburgh University The American Western Stephen McVeigh. Stanley Kubrick and Jerzy Skolimowski on modernism in the 1960s and 1970s. University of Liverpool This book offers a comprehensive industrial and economic history of the independent sector from the studio era in the early 1910s to the present. 2006 o 320pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1867 5 o £18.99 Gender. Swansea Structured chronologically.99 to how scholars might understand and the major traditions that have shaped British Terms of Endearment Hollywood Romantic Comedy of the 1980s and 1990s cinema history.99 Nicholas Roeg. Each chapter includes a number of case studies which focus on specific films and/or filmmakers.00 Film History NEW Reynold Humphries 2002 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1416 5 o £21. Smith BAAS Paperbacks 1998 o 160pp Pb o 978 1 85331 1741 o £19. the conclusion analyses the persistence of romantic and modernist forms in the 21st century in two recent features. David Lean.euppublishing. Control and Hunger.00 www. this book explores the interconnections between the Western in literature and film.American Film / Film History American Independent Cinema The American Horror Film An Introduction Yannis Tzioumakis. and traces the evolution of the Western as a uniquely American form.com 11 .00 American History and Contemporary Hollywood Film David Seed 1999 o 224pp Pb o 978 1 85331 2274 o £27.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1866 8 o £60. Pb o 978 0 7486 0885 0 o £18. After critical readings of key films. Michelangelo Antonioni. The book BAAS Paperbacks covers a broad selection of films.which bridge the gap between romantic and modern forms. Ethnicity and Sexuality in Contemporary American Film Jude Davies & Carol R. film-makers 2003 o 176pp and debates but also brings a fresh perspective Pb o 978 0 7486 1533 9 o £20.00 ALSO AVAILABLE John Orr takes a critical look at the intriguing relationship between romanticism and modernism that has been neglected in the The Vietnam War in History. Terence Davies and Bill Douglas American Science Fiction and the Cold War Literature and Film Andrew Pepper & Trevor McCrisken 2005 o 240pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1490 5 o £18.99 Romantics and Modernists in British Cinema American Politics in Hollywood Film Ian Scott 2000 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1246 8 o £23. Roman Polanski.
Mark Jancovich. University of East Anglia & Sharon Monteith. De Montfort University.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1282 6 o £85. Dearden and Relph branched out into independent production. 2006 o 720pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1907 8 o £19.00 12 Film. and looks at their later period of filmmaking for the international market in the 1960s. December 2009 o 416pp 41 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 3289 3 o £80. Later. Media Subject Centre Newsletter A wide-ranging introduction to film history.00 Post-war Cinema and Modernity A Film Reader Edited by John Orr & Olga Taxidou 2000 o 464pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1281 9 o £17. This study takes a fresh look at their cycle of controversial social problem films. Robertson 2005 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1961 0 o £18. Austria & Tim O’Sullivan. Association Française de Recherche sur l’Histoire du Cinéma This study of French silent cinema star. University of Newcastle upon Tyne & Éric Rebillard. January 2009 o 320pp o e 50 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 2197 2 o £60. Design. Attention is also given to the significant place of comedy in their cinema and Michael Relph’s considerable achievements as an art director.00 Censorship in Theatre and Cinema Anthony Aldgate & James C.00 John Mills and British Cinema Masculinity. Leicester Basil Dearden and Michael Relph came together at the famous Ealing Studios in the wartime period and became the most prolific production team at the studio. University of Nottingham. Sapphire (1959) and Victim (1961).99 An Introduction and Reader Edited by Paul Grainge.00 Phil Powrie. Media & Cultural Studies . Films discussed include The Captive Heart (1946). This book offers a full assessment and evaluation of the work of this important partnership and considers their contribution to wartime cinema at Ealing.’ – Art. The Blue Lamp (1950) and Pool of London (1951). University of Nottingham ‘The authors have managed successfully to combine two types of film text book: an all-embracing and succinct history book and an excellent collection of essays which provide a chronological analysis of the development of cinema. Pierre Batcheff places him in the context of 1920s popular cinema and analyses his links to intellectual circles such as the Surrealists in a period when European cinema was caught between commercialism and ‘art’.99 The First World War and Popular Cinema 1914 to the Present Film Histories Edited by Michael Paris 1999 o 240pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1099 0 o £12.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2107 1 o £54.Film History The Cinema of Basil Dearden and Michael Relph Pierre Batcheff and Stardom in 1920s French Cinema ALSO AVAILABLE Alan Burton. this anthology covers the full history of film from 1895 to the present day.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1906 1 o £65. Klagenfurt University. Identity and Nation Gill Plain 2006 o 264pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2108 8 o £17.
Chapters cover the erotic thriller as woman’s film. Mackenzie 2007 o 192pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2390 7 o £20. 2005 o 480pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1148 5 o £22. February 2009 o 192pp o e 32 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2400 3 o £18. 2007 o 336pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1642 8 o £17.00 ALSO AVAILABLE The Battle of Britain on Screen ‘The Few’ in British Film and Television Drama Film Genre Hollywood and Beyond Barry Langford. Film Noir and the Cinema of Paranoia expands the definition of what constitutes a noir film. Angel Heart. alongside the critical debates they have provoked. and Memento.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2465 2 o £55.00 Linda Ruth Williams. Royal Holloway. such as European sex-thrillers and art house erotic thrillers. The Grifters. Confidential.com 13 . P.00 The Documentary Film Movement An Anthology Ian Aitken 1998 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0948 2 o £18.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2399 0 o £60. Each chapter sets analyses of selected films within a wider historical/cultural context. A..00 The Erotic Thriller in Contemporary Cinema ‘The book offers an impressive catalogue of marginal and forgotten films of the studio era. University of East Anglia This broad historical and theoretical reassessment of the science fiction film genre explores the development of science fiction in cinema from its beginnings in early film through to recent examples of the genre.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1149 2 o £80.00 New Queer Cinema A Critical Reader Edited by Michele Aaron 2004 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1725 8 o £23. University of Southampton This book discusses the erotic thriller and the new relationship between pornography and film noir which the erotic thriller has brought about. Lincoln Science Fiction Cinema Christine Cornea. horror noir and even musical noir. Mulholland Drive. and provides an overview of the main themes. while concentrating on a specific thematic issue. Red Rock West.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2389 1 o £65.’ – Film Comment This overview of noir and fatalist film practice from 1945 demonstrates the ways in which American cinema has instilled a climate of fear in our daily lives. video and the internet.99 www. noir addicts will walk away with one hell of a screening list.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1724 1 o £70. Thematically organised for use as a course text. erotic thriller science fiction and horror. University of London The most authoritative introduction to the key topic of film genre and genre theory. L.. Science Fiction Cinema introduces theories and practices. reinforced from the 1950s by TV. The Usual Suspects. Langford presents genre as a constantly evolving phenomenon. Neo-noir films explored include The Last Seduction. and includes examples from a variety of genres such as science fiction noir. Film Genre provides a comprehensive account of genre history and contemporary trends in Hollywood and global cinema.euppublishing.99 S. University of Nebraska. accompanied by handfuls of Hollywood Babylon dirt for added impact. 2005 o 320pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1903 0 o £19. and the genre’s influence on other forms. approaches and areas of study.Film Genre Film Noir and the Cinema of Paranoia Wheeler Winston Dixon.
Cardiff University Deleuze Studies is the first paper-based journal to focus exclusively on the work of Gilles Deleuze.com/dls Anna Powell. invites controversy. Deleuzean film theory. This book explores themes of insanity. 2007 o 224pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3282 4 o £50. Manchester Metropolitan University This book offers a typology of altered states. and edited by a team of highly respected Deleuze scholars. Increasing to three issues a year in 2010. and national identity.00 14 Film.99 The Art and Politics of Film John Orr 2000 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1199 7 o £24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 0908 6 o £85. University of Alberta This book is the first study of the interface between Deleuzian theory and film performance and offers a unique reconsideration of the performing body. Deleuze Studies is as interdisciplinary as Deleuze himself was and welcomes contributions from scholars working in all fields. and on Deleuze-Spinoza’s relevant concepts of affect and expression. to examine a kind of cinema that she calls ‘affective-performative’.’ – Forum for Modern Language Studies 2008 o 256pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3585 6 o £18.99 . Performance and Easy Rider. trance and ecstasy in their cinematic expression. A bold journal that challenges orthodoxies. defining dream. hallucination.eupjournals. 2006 o 240pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1748 7 o £18.99 European Film Theory and Cinema A Critical Introduction Ian Aitken 2001 o 280pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1168 3 o £26. the body and cinematography. University of St Andrews ‘This book fruitfully and originally combines three areas of investigation: recent cinema.99 Deleuze and Horror Film Feminist Film Theory A Reader Anna Powell. seeks new applications and proposes new interpretations.00 Maggie Humm 1997 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0900 0 o £24. Media & Cultural Studies Contemporary Cinema Deleuze. Elena del Río draws on Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of the body.Film Theory JOURNAL Deleuze Studies Deleuze. sensory response to film. Cinema and National Identity Narrative Time in National Contexts David Martin-Jones.00 Deleuze and Cinema Barbara Kennedy 2002 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1726 5 o £26. Three issues per year Volume 4 o 2010 ISSN: 1750-2241 o e-ISSN: 1755-1684 www. 2008 o 248pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3525 2 o £55. encourages debate.00 Feminism and Film Deleuze and the Cinemas of Performance Powers of Affection Elena del Río. Altered States and Film ALSO AVAILABLE Editor: Ian Buchanan. memory. Case studies include Donnie Darko.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 0959 8 o £70. 2001. Deleuze Studies is a forum for new work on the writings of Gilles Deleuze.99 Edited by Sue Thornham 1999 o 320pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0890 4 o £22. Manchester Metropolitan University Powell argues that film viewing is a form of ‘altered consciousness’ and the experience of viewing horror film an ‘embodied event’. fractured time.99 John Orr 1998 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0836 2 o £26.
The book ranges across programmes from Double Your Money.000 Dollar Question. University of East Anglia Despite its enduring popularity with both broadcasters and audiences. and texts. University of East Anglia The TV Genres series provides accessible introductions to the study of key identifiable genres within TV Studies.com 15 .00 Social Issues in Television Fiction Lesley Henderson. Topics covered include the relationship between quiz shows and television genre. London ‘This groundbreaking book crosses the boundaries between media communication. taking readers behind the scenes of programmes from the landmark series The Great War (BBC. University of Greenwich. in order to explore the relationships between sitcom. drawing on • Humour Theory eo explore the ways in which jokes and comic moments work September 2009 o 160pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 3752 2 o £16. Roehampton University & Su Holmes. Twenty-One. November 2009 o 200pp 21 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 3389 0 o £55. examining international examples as well as those produced by the more dominant British and American broadcasting industries. television fiction and reception.euppublishing. quiz show aesthetics. political and ideological struggles which have occurred during attempts to discuss the history of the First World War in British television. www. The Price is Right. Brunel University. Emma Hanna examines the personal.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2752 3 o £55. Who Wants to be a Millionaire and The Weakest Link to the controversial ‘Quiz TV Call’ phenomenon.00 Series Editors: Deborah Jermyn. 2008 o 192pp o t o e 3 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2753 0 o £16. the social significance of ‘games’. the quiz show has found itself marginalised in studies of popular television. The $64. while maintaining a ‘reader-friendly’ approach. and pleasures. University of East Anglia Although sitcom has been a consistent staple of broadcasting the world over.00 www. ‘ordinary’ people as television performers. It uses a series of case studies to link practice to theory.’ – Journal of British Cinema and Television Drawing on unique empirical data this study examines the ways in which television fiction plays a vital and powerful role in reflecting and shaping socio-cultural attitudes. audiences. This book explores the sitcom in terms of production. London There is a difficult relationship between the war’s history and its popular memory.euppublishing. social position. and identity.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2531 4 o £55.com/series/edtv The Sitcom Brett Mills. the early broadcast history of the quiz show. and questions of quiz show reception (from interactivity to on-line fandom).00 The Quiz Show Su Holmes. It takes a global view of sitcom.Television Studies SERIES TV Genres The Great War on the Small Screen Representing the First World War in Contemporary Britain Emma Hanna. 2005). 1964) up to The Somme (Channel 4. rigorous academic work on it as a genre remains limited. questions of institutional regulation. • Includes extensive interviews with members of the British television • comedy industry • Offers detailed textual analyses of a range of programmes. This book offers a unique introduction to the study of the quiz show. 2007 o 208pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2532 1 o £17. nation.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3751 5 o £60. Volumes are theoretically informed and innovative. drawing on a range of examples and case studies in order to examine the genre’s characteristics.
00 16 Film.’ – The Lecturer ‘Women. Media & Cultural Studies .99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1900 9 o £65. Paul Gilroy. Volume topics include: media theory and practice. Marshall McLuhan. Angela McRobbie. the Reader looks to the future.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3783 6 o £80. politics. and all sections of this new edition have been updated with a rich selection of contemporary writing complementing re-chosen media ‘classics’.’ – Media International Australia ‘[Media Ethics and Social Change] is an ambitious attempt to look at media ethics from social scientific. analysed.00 o Media Studies Media Studies: A Reader Third Edition Edited by Sue Thornham & Caroline Bassett. Feminism and Media is a first-class textbook and will become a must for students in media studies. exhibitionism in reality television and domesticity in lifestyle programming. Each volume offers a critical overview as well as an original intervention into the subject. women’s studies and cultural studies alike. philosophical and vocational perspectives… The book successfully negotiates the rocky path between vocational and academic life. Finally.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2797 4 o £60. policy. emerging manhood in the teen male melodrama. Stuart Hall. Asu Askoy and Kevin Robins. Jürgen Habermas. critiqued. history. anxiety in trauma television.00 The Contemporary Television Series Edited by Michael Hammond & Lucy Mazdon 2005 o 272pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1901 6 o £19. It also includes wide ranging contemporary work from diverse theorists. culture and audience. The Reader reaches back to essential statements from writers such as Raymond Williams.00 SERIES Media Topics Series Editor: Valerie Alia Volumes in the Media Topics series critically examine the core subject areas within Media Studies. ethics. and Nick Couldry. Feasey looks at the depiction of public masculinity in the soap opera. alternative gender roles in science fiction. the portrayal of fatherhood in prime-time animation. discourse. & Paul Marris.’ – Global Media and Communication ALSO AVAILABLE Television Policy The MacTaggart Lectures Edited by Bob Franklin 2005 o 304pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1718 0 o £19. through the work of Mark Andrejevic. Anglia Ruskin University Media Studies: A Reader introduces the full range of theoretical perspectives through which the media may be explored. 2008 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2798 1 o £18. including Annabelle Sreberny. and concise synthesis of how the messy world-system of communication policy is described and pondered in the communications and media studies discipline. Lev Manovich. whose work was central to forming the field. Jean Baudrillard and Michel Foucault. April 2009 o 896pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 3784 3 o £24. authority in the police drama. Bath Spa University A comprehensive and accessible introduction to the key debates concerning the representation of masculinity in a wide range of contemporary television genres. and understood. Micheal Bull. Charlotte Brunsden. The sixty-seven readings are divided into two main parts: ‘Studying the Media’ and ‘Case Studies’.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1717 3 o £60. demonstrating how in the media field an awareness of both is required to inform the protagonist. Praise for the series: ‘Media and Ethnic Minorities sets up a radical anthropological account of power and representation. both University of Sussex.’ – Jackie Stacey. readable. University of Lancaster ‘Media Policy and Globalization serves up an ambitious.Television Studies / Media Studies Masculinity and Popular Television Rebecca Feasey. Jonathan Sterne and others. violence and machismo in sports coverage. homosexuality in the situation comedy.
University of Sussex Over the past few decades feminist media scholarship has flourished. The book is divided into two sections: the first covers theoretical work on the audience.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2347 1 o £60. fan cultures. audience reception models. constructed and valued in televisual texts. reality television. theorising emotion and affect in feminist theory and film and television studies. feminism and media in the light of these recent debates. new research on fan cultures. Feminism and Media ALSO AVAILABLE Sue Thornham. At the same time. The book is divided into two sections. September 2009 o 192pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 2418 8 o £16. 2007 o 208pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2348 8 o £15. the cultural shift towards ‘post-feminism’ has raised questions about the continuing validity of feminism as a defining term for this work.00 Media and Ethnic Minorities Media Ethics and Social Change www. The second half offers a series of case studies on television programmes such as Wife Swap. film and cultural studies.00 Richard Haynes 2005 o 176pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1880 4 o £19. The final chapter features original interview material with industry professionals in the UK and Irish soap industry along with advice to students on how to conduct their own small-scale ethnographic projects. and brings together insights from a range of disciplines. University of Sunderland This lively and accessible study of media and discourse combines theoretical reflection with empirical engagement. television aesthetics.00 Valerie Alia & Simone Bull 2005 o 216pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2069 2 o £19.00 Women. ‘quality’ television.99 Mitzi Waltz 2005 o 160pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1958 0 o £16.com 17 .99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1957 3 o £60.99 Alternative and Activist Media Media Rights and Intellectual Property Media Discourse Representation and Interaction Mary Talbot. Meaning and Emotion Kristyn Gorton.00 Valerie Alia 2004 o 240pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1771 5 o £16.Media Studies Media Audiences Television.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2417 1 o £60.euppublishing. to become a major influence on the fields of media.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2068 5 o £60. emotional qualities in television texts. University of York An engaging and original study of current research on television audiences and the concept of emotion. This book explores the changing and often ambivalent relationship between the three terms women. this book offers a new insight into key issues within television studies. the first outlining key theoretical issues and concepts and the second being a sustained interrogation of social interaction in and around media. 2007 o 184pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 2071 5 o £15. The Sopranos and Six Feet Under in order to explore how emotion is fashioned.99 Media Policy and Globalization Paula Chakravartty & Katharine Sarikakis 2006 o 224pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1849 1 o £16. individualism and its links to television consumption. Topics discussed include: television branding.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1773 9 o £65. global television.
00 Practical Research Methods for Media and Cultural Studies Making People Count Máire Messenger Davies & Nick Mosdell 2006 o 224pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2185 9 o £16. the UK’s Communications Act 2003 and the process of reviewing the BBC’s Charter.00 Media Talk Studying Media Problems of Theory and Method John Corner 1998 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1067 9 o £14.00 18 Film. Media & Cultural Studies Get Set for Media and Cultural Studies Tony Purvis 2006 o 224pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1695 4 o £12..99 ALSO AVAILABLE An Alternative Internet Radical Media.Media Studies Power Play Sport.99 Fiona Douglas April 2009 o 192pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2437 9 o £50. University of Glasgow & Richard Haynes. University of Stirling & David Hutchison.’ – Media Education Journal ‘[The authors] are to be congratulated on assembling such a rich array of contributions and producing such an enjoyable.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2184 2 o £55. 2006 o 240pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2166 8 o £24. the ways it is enforced. Language and Identity The Media in Scotland Edited by Neil Blain.’ – The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Studies The second edition has been substantially revised and updated. the book analyses the different types and forms of copyright.. to take account of matters such as European Directives. who exactly owns it and whom it protects.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1825 5 o £65. as well as what kinds of practices are restrained by it. Public Interest and the Law Second Edition Mike Feintuck & Mike Varney. It also provides new analysis of the global sports media marketplace taking into consideration the rapid changes in the media coverage of sport introduced by the Internet and new digital media platforms. University of Stirling Since its first publication in 2000 Power Play has become a key text in the burgeoning study of media sport.00 Tomorrow May Be Too Late Scottish Newspapers. Glasgow Caledonian University ‘A very welcome addition.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3592 4 o £60. wide-ranging overview of the media north of the border.’ – European Journal of Communication 2008 o 320pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2800 1 o £17. Politics and Creativity Chris Atton 2004 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1770 8 o £19.00 Media Regulation. This fully revised and updated edition reviews recent developments in the interdisciplinary field of media sport studies. The book is of importance to all who study the Scottish media. both University of Hull ‘Through its very well organized and presented material.00 Andrew Tolson 2006 o 208pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1826 2 o £18. May 2009 o 264pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3593 1 o £22.00 .99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1769 2 o £70. the Media and Popular Culture Raymond Boyle.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2799 8 o £55.99 British News Media and the Spanish Civil War David Deacon 2008 o 208pp 19 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 2748 6 o £60.
It focuses on four areas – music videos.’ – Music. Roehampton University & Estella Tincknell.00 Music and Youth Culture Popular Music Genres An Introduction Stuart Borthwick & Ron Moy 2004 o 256pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1745 6 o £24. The book is organised into four sections which cover: cinema representations of music forms.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1812 5 o £65. Donnelly 2001 o 24pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1288 8 o £23. 2006 o 240pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2345 7 o £18.euppublishing. written by fresh voices on the academic music scene. the importance of the soundtrack film. this book is invaluable to students of sound and media. and specific national contexts.99 www. and musicals from the former East Germany. Sound and Multimedia] will be useful to those in ethnomusicology and popular music studies who have been contemplating the new musical environments of digital media and broadband internet in recent years. J.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2380 8 o £60. and production and consumption – and addresses the importance of these aural concerns within our everyday experiences. Charting historical developments. the importance of popular music to contemporary cinema.Music & Media Music.99 Film’s Musical Moments ALSO AVAILABLE Edited by Ian Conrich.00 Film Music Critical Approaches Edited by K.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2344 0 o £70. fan cultures and intertextuality.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1744 9 o £65. University of the West of England ‘Film’s Musical Moments will be of use to film and TV scholars. Sound and Multimedia From the Live to the Virtual Jamie Sexton. performance and presentation.00 Dan Laughey 2006 o 256pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2381 5 o £20.’ – Journal of British Cinema and Television Film’s Musical Moments is of equal importance to students of film studies. video game music.00 Music and Copyright Second Edition Edited by Simon Frith & Lee Marshall 2004 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1813 2 o £19.’ – Film International ‘This is something more than a collection of articles about music in film… [a] welcome addition to the literature on film’s musical nature. as well as scholars whose work is more directly focused on music in media. Aberystwyth ‘A valuable book about important topics. Chapters include jazz and animation. stars. and speculating on future possibilities.’ – Ethnomusicology Forum This book provides a unique study of how music and other sounds play a central part in a host of media forms. the country and western biopic. 2007 o 224pp o e 6 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2534 5 o £17. mapping contemporary patterns. cultural studies and music. cult musicals and fandom. University of Wales.com 19 . Sound and the Moving Image ‘[Music.
provocative and well written. with students drawing from a pool of techniques and approaches suitable for their own topics of investigation. March 2010 o 208pp 13 illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 4015 7 o £60. reviewers agree this book is of enormous value across all fields of study involved in cultural enquiry and analysis.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4051 5 o £65. University of Sunderland This revised and fully updated edition of the best-selling textbook maps the development of cultural studies and introduces the range of methods that have been used to study contemporary popular culture. May 2010 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 4038 6 o £19. film. popular music. He has published widely in cultural studies.00 AUTHOR CLOSE-UP John Storey is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sunderland.00 NEW Culture and Power in Cultural Studies The Politics of Signification John Storey. It is inspiring. spanning 25 years. including eight books. It incorporates new sections on print media and celebrity. 20 Film. fan culture and shopping). The third edition has been rewritten and expanded. stroppy. consumption (television. fiction. Individual chapters cover topics such as television. Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities 2008 o 256pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 2578 9 o £17.’ – Times Higher Education ‘A clear.00 Research Methods for Cultural Studies Edited by Michael Pickering. communities in cyberspace. This is the best book that has been written on cultural studies methods.’ – The Bookseller This textbook provides students with clear overviews of research methods in cultural studies. all chapters share a common focus on culture and power and the politics of signification: the struggle to define social reality. Designed for the needs of students on upperlevel undergraduates and above. this book will be useful for undergraduate students of all aspects of cultural study from anthropology to media studies. concise overview of the qualitative and quantitative approaches to research methods in cultural studies. Organised around a series of case studies.Cultural Studies NEW Cultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture Third edition John Storey.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2577 2 o £55. including a revised and updated bibliography. and a postscript on the circuit of culture. newspapers and magazines. along with guidelines on how to put these methods into practice. to give the world and its contents meaning in particular ways to generate desired effects of power. Loughborough University ‘Research Methods for Cultural Studies is a brilliant book. It advocates a multi-method approach. Covering a variety of topics. University of Sunderland Culture and Power in Cultural Studies is a collection of John Storey’s best and most significant contributions to the field of cultural studies. each chapter focuses on a different media form and presents a critical overview of the methodology for the actual study of popular culture. Media & Cultural Studies . challenging. and the culture of globalisation. His work has been translated into many languages.
elocution lessons. Ivor Gaber & Julian Petley. USA and Australia. literature and film. The chapters deal with travel writing. dances. The journal is committed to innovative scholarship and to dialogue across international borders.com/mod The Media and the British Left James Curran. but also between social and moral values shaped by different eras. dilemmas and contradictions that marked Englishness as the nation changed from an imperial power to a postcolonial state.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2808 7 o £60.Cultural Studies Englishness NEW JOURNAL Twentieth-Century Popular Culture and the Forming of English Identity Simon Featherstone. covering such topics as fiction. University of Birmingham & Michael Valdez Moses. January 2009 o 208pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2365 5 o £60. 2005 o 320pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1917 7 o £20. University of London ‘This book is comprehensive and very readable. Deborah Parsons.00 Modernist Cultures Culture Wars Editors: Andrzej Gasiorek. television. represent a range of critical approaches and foster debate between scholars working within different intellectual traditions. 2008 o 232pp o e 18 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2809 4 o £18. Ideology and Popular Culture Edited by Sheila Whiteley. polemical discussion of contemporary trends in the field.’ Political Studies Review Culture Wars charts the battle between young politicians in London town halls and their elders in central government. and new arguments. music hall and variety theatre. popular song.00 Violence and the Cultural Politics of Trauma Jane Kilby 2007 o 224pp Hb o 978 0 7486 1816 3 o £50.euppublishing. and intended as a genuinely interdisciplinary space for the lively. Two issues a year Volume 4 o 2010 ISSN 2041-1022 o e-ISSN: 1753-8629 www. a discussion that will.eupjournals. newspapers and magazines. film. festivals.com 21 . art. sport. University of Brighton This introduction to the study of popular culture uses one central case study Christmas.00 www. It describes a clash not only between collectivism and market liberalism. Duke University Modernist Cultures seeks to open modernism up to new kinds of inquiry. social and historical contexts of Christmas in the UK. It explores the cultural. in an attempt to reanimate the discourses through which modernism’s diverse cultures have hitherto been conceived. Leicester This book examines the conflicts. De Montfort University. all Goldsmiths College. University of Birmingham.99 ALSO AVAILABLE Christmas. and to examine the interdisciplinary and international contexts of modernism and modernity. The editors invite essays from various fields of inquiry. popular music and carols. war. we hope. new subjects.
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