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We’ve put all our books in one place just for you. The host of books available in this catalogue is testament to Intellect’s commitment to publish in new and emerging academic areas. Showcased here are volumes and monographs in everexpanding topics of inquiry, ranging from street fashion to Hong Kong pop music, explorations in consumer society to cutting-edge performance texts. The titles are often gloriously multidisciplinary, presenting scholarly work at the cross section of arts, media and creative practice. Alongside the printed books we launch all new books as e-books (see the full list of distributors on our website) and as ePUBs for iTunes iBookstore and Amazon Kindle. We also have robust international distribution arrangements with partners such as the University of Chicago Press and Gardners. Ordering details can be found on page 80. We hope that you find something here to tempt you.

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Publish with us
‘It was great to work with a company that has a love of the subject and was ready to consider a previously unpublished author. From the outset the staff at Intellect were supportive through the whole process from proofing to marketing.’ – Roger Wooster, Author of Contemporary Theatre in Education

At Intellect we pride ourselves on the excellent service that we offer our authors. We are passionate, honest and energetic, and we utilize a range of cutting-edge resources and expertise in order to create the best possible end product. We are committed to creating a platform for original ideas and we are always looking for authors with an interesting perspective. If you would like to release your book to the wider world then download and complete the book proposal questionnaire from the ‘Publish with us’ section of our website and then send the completed form to: If you would like to contribute to our exciting range of book series (a selection of which are shown below) then submit the author or editor questionnaire to the respective series editor. Further information about this can be found on our website. Changing Media, Changing Europe Critical Photography Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments Culture, Disease, and Well-Being: The Grey Zone of Health and Illness Directory of World Cinema ECREA Playtext Readings in Art and Design Education Studies on Popular Culture Theatre & Consciousness World Film Locations



World Film Locations Series
‘An elegant tribute to the films and locations that have given New York its private real estate in our minds. The contributors are so immediately readable and movie-savvy.’ – Roger Ebert London: ‘A superb book, indispensable for any cinephile interested in London’s psycho-geography. I could pore over it for hours.’ – Peter Bradshaw Paris: ‘A superbly edited collection that explores the most important movie city in the world.’ – David Sterritt

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Succinct articles and film reviews written by respected film scholars and writers Illustrated in full colour with maps of the city, screen captures from iconic films and present-day photographs of key locations Includes in-depth exploration of specific films, and insightful essays about themes, directors and key historical periods Doubles as a guidebook for cinephiles, travellers and tourists

Image: Slumdog Millionaire, 2008. © Film 4 / Celador Films / Pathe International.

Series ISSN 2045-9009 Online ISSN 2045-9017 £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x155m See the full list on page 27

Be it an elaborate directorial love letter or a time-specific cultural setting, the city plays a central role in a multitude of films, and often acts as a vital character within narratives. The World Film Locations series uses a predominantly visual approach to explore this relationship between cinema and the city.



Directory of World Cinema Series
‘Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood is an attractive collection beyond the critical dissection of many of American cinema’s best-loved films. A coffee-table paperback, it includes a wealth of gorgeous production stills and other photographs, in both glossy colour and black and white.’ – Pop Matters One feature of the Directory of World Cinema: Spain, which should not be underestimated, is its beauty. Every section is introduced with a full-page film still and other photos pepper the pages, showing off some of the most iconic images in Spanish cinema. The overall effect is very aesthetically-pleasing, and it is a pleasure to pick up and leaf through: the organization by genre is very intuitive and there are no huge chapters of dense text to overwhelm the reader.’ –

Series ISSN 2040-7971 Online ISSN 2040-798X £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 240x170mm See the full list on pages 23–25

The Directory of World Cinema series aims to play a part in pushing intelligent, scholarly criticism beyond the academy. Each volume takes the form of a collection of reviews, longer essays and research resources, and is accompanied by film stills highlighting significant films and players.

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In-depth information, synopses, critiques and reviews from well-respected film scholars Spotlight articles highlight specific directors and actors Comprehensive filmography, and expansive recommended reading list Test Your Knowledge Questionnaire Fully illustrated with high-quality screen captures
Image: Fish Tank, 2009. © BBC Films / The Kobal Collection.


Polanski and Perception
The Psychology of Seeing and the Cinema of Roman Polanski
By Davide Caputo

Film Studies
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ISBN 978-1-84150-552-7 | 296pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Davide Caputo studied psychology and film at the University of Manitoba and completed his Ph.D. at the University of Exeter.

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Highly original and engaging new approach Focuses on Polanski’s interest in the nature of perception Film analysis incorporates cognitive research theory

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Polanski and Perception The Ned Kelly Films Framing Film Cinemas of the Other Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine Un-American Psycho Watching Films Transnational Film Culture in New Zealand Australian Film Theory and Criticism, Vol. 1 Music and Levels of Narration in Film The Cinema Makers Open Roads, Closed Borders Passion of the Reel A Portrait of the Artist as a Political Dissident Film Studies Backlist

Caputo presents an innovative, new approach to a director whose contribution to cinema is often overshadowed by the events of his personal life. Informed by the work of neuro-psychologist R. L. Gregory, and primarily focused on the Apartment Trilogy (Repulsion, Rosemary’s Baby and The Tenant) and the Investigation Trilogy (Chinatown, Frantic and The Ninth Gate), Caputo explores how Polanski’s interest in the nature of perception is manifested in these films. Case studies of Knife in the Water, Death and the Maiden and The Ghost are also included in this highly original and engaging new book.

Film Studies


The Ned Kelly Films
By Stephen Gaunson

A Cultural History of Kelly History

ISBN 978-1-84150-636-4 | 132pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Stephen Gaunson is a research fellow at RMIT University in Melbourne.

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Explores this infamous outlaw’s onscreen presence Surveys how the films re-work and rewrite popular history Analyses why historical films are regarded as a form of ‘bad’ culture

Irish/Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly, led one of the most spectacular outbreaks the tradition of banditry has ever experienced, culminating at a siege in Glenrowan on 28 June 1880. Donned in his homemade metal armour and helmet, he was captured and later sentenced to hang at the Melbourne Gaol. Immortalized in a series of onscreen productions, he has since become one of the most resilient screen presences in the history of Australian cinema. Covering the nine feature films, three miniseries, and two TV movies that have been made about this controversial character, Stephen Gaunson illuminates how they give motion to the historical artefacts and story that forever seems fixed to a historical time. Asking what value we can place on such ‘bad’ historical cinema, Gaunson offers new historical insights about the textual characteristics of the cinematic material as well as their relationship with broader cultural histories.

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Framing Film

Cinema and the Visual Arts
Edited by Steven Allen and Laura Hubner

Cinemas of the Other
By Gönül Dönmez-Colin

ISBN 978-1-84150-507-7 | 176pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Steven Allen is a senior lecturer in film studies at the University of Winchester. Laura Hubner is a senior lecturer in film studies and director of film studies at the University of Winchester.

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Explores cinema’s relationship with comics, paintings and photographs A must-have for art and film enthusiasts

Where exactly film falls within the visual media genre is still a topic up for debate, but the impact that film has had on arts – and that arts have had on film – is very clear. Framing Film: Cinema and the Visual Arts touches upon both high- (and low-) brow art forms, ranging from the representation of emotions in art (‘Framing Loneliness in Painting and Film’) to adaptation of comics books (‘Adapting Watchmen’) and the art-work that movies can create (‘Here’s Johnny! Re-framing The Shining’). It also explores cover posts, production design and paintings in films.

A Personal Journey with Film-makers from Iran and Turkey ISBN 978-1-84150-548-0 | 120pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm A Personal Journey with Film-makers from Central Asia ISBN 978-1-84150-549-7 | 120pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Gönül Dönmez-Colin is an independent researcher and author.

A two part follow-up to Cinemas of the Other: A Personal Journey with Film-Makers from the Middle East and Central Asia Includes transcripts of the interviews, stills from important films, biographical information on the directors interviewed and extensive filmographies

An updated collection of recent interviews with film-makers whose works represent trends in the film industries of Turkey and Iran, and the Central Asian republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. This new two-volume edition expands upon the earlier volume. In a series of interviews, the author explores the connection between the different countries and their directors, and the images of ‘otherness’ displayed in each director’s oeuvre.

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Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine
By Philippe D. Mather
ISBN 978-1-84150-611-1 | 304pp £14.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Philippe D. Mather is an associate professor of media studies at Campion College at the University of Regina.

Authorship and Genre in Photojournalism and Film

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Beautifully written and exhaustively-researched look at Kubrick’s career as a photojournalist Features never-before-published photographs from the Look archives and complete scans of Kubrick’s photo essays

From 1945 to 1950, during the formative years of his career, Stanley Kubrick worked as a photojournalist for Look magazine. Offering a comprehensive examination of the work he produced during this period, Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine sheds new light on the aesthetic and ideological factors that shaped his artistic voice. Tracing the links between his photojournalism and films, Mather shows how working at Look fostered Kubrick’s emerging talent for combining images and words to tell a story. Mather then demonstrates how exploring these links enhances our understanding of Kubrick’s approach to narrative structure – as well as his distinctive combinations of such genres as fiction and documentary, and fantasy and realism.

© Evan Harrington. By kind permission of the Estate of Philip Harrington.

Film Studies


Un-American Psycho
By Chris Dumas

Brian De Palma and the Political Invisible

Watching Films

New Perspectives on Movie-Going, Exhibition and Reception
Edited by Albert Moran and Karina Aveyard

ISBN 978-1-84150-554-1 | 254pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Chris Dumas is an independent scholar and artist based in San Francisco.

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Rethinks received wisdom on De Palma and his films Will appeal to De Palma devotees and those unfamiliar with his work

ISBN 978-1-84150-511-4 | 288pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Albert Moran is professor of media studies at Griffith University in Brisbane. Karina Aveyard is a lecturer at the University of East Anglia.

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Explores how new technologies have influenced the way we watch and consume films Comprehensive investigation of movie-going, cinema exhibition, and film reception around the world A long-overdue consideration of an important topic

Brian De Palma is perhaps best known as the director behind the gangster classic Scarface; yet as ingrained as Scarface is in popular culture, it is but one of a sizeable number of controversial films – many of which are consistently misread or ignored – directed by De Palma over his more than four-decade career. In Un-American Psycho, Chris Dumas places De Palma’s body of work in dialogue with the works of other provocative film-makers, including Alfred Hitchcock, Jean-Luc Godard, and Francis Ford Coppola, with the aim of providing a broader understanding of the narrative, stylistic, and political gestures that characterize De Palma as a film-maker.

Whether we stream them on our laptops, enjoy them in theatres, or slide them into DVD players, films are part of what it means to be socially connected in the twenty-first century. Despite film’s significant role in our lives, the act of watching films remains an area of social activity that is little studied, and thus little understood. With a focus on the social, economic, and cultural factors that influence how we watch and think about movies, Watching Films centres its investigations on four areas of inquiry: Who watches films? Under what circumstances? What consequences and affects follow? And what do these acts of consumption mean?

Film Studies


Transnational Film Culture in New Zealand
By Simon Sigley

Australian Film Theory and Criticism, Vol. 1
Critical Positions
By Noel King, Constantine Verevis and Deane Williams

ISBN 978-1-84150-660-9 | 208pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Simon Sigley is a media studies lecturer at Massey University.

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The story of film culture in New Zealand from the 1920s to the present day A must-read for anyone interested in film theory and cultural history

ISBN 978-1-84150-581-7 | 192pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Noel King teaches film and literary-cultural criticism at Macquarie University. Constantine Verevis is a senior lecturer in film and television studies at Monash University. Deane Williams is associate professor of film and television studies at Monash University.

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Focuses on 1975–1985, a formative period for the discipline First part of a three-volume work Preface by Patrice Petro Also by Deane Williams: Australian Post-War Documentary Film

In this innovative work of cultural history, Simon Sigley approaches cinema as a form of social practice. He examines the reception of international film theories and discourses, and shows how these ideas helped to shape distinct cultural practices, including new forms of reviewing; new methods of teaching; and new institutions such as film societies, art-house cinemas, and film festivals. He goes on to trace the emergence of the full range of activities and institutions associated with a sophisticated film culture – including independent distribution and exhibition networks, film archives, university courses, a local feature-film industry, and liberalized film censorship. In doing so, Sigley makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the myriad ways film can shape our thinking, our icons, our institutions, and our conversations.

Tracing critical positions, people, and institutions across this influential period, the authors examine a multitude of books and journal articles published in Australia and distributed internationally. At the same time, they offer important insights about the origins of Australian film theory and its relationship to such related disciplines as English, art history, and cultural studies. Ultimately, Australian Film Theory and Criticism, Volume 1 delineates the historical implications – and reveals the future possibilities – of establishing new directions of inquiry for film studies in Australia and internationally.

Film Studies


Music and Levels of Narration in Film
Steps Across the Border
By Guido Heldt

The Cinema Makers

Public Life and the Exhibition of Difference in South-Eastern and Central Europe since the 1960s By Anna Schober
• Investigates how, and why, cinema-goers in southeastern and central European cities went from being spectators to cinema-makers Explores the practices, such as squatting in existing cinema spaces and organizing cinema ‘events’, that aided this transition Draws on a corpus of interviews with cinema activists across Europe

ISBN 978-1-84150-625-8 | 224pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Guido Heldt is a lecturer in music at the University of Bristol.

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The first book-length study of narratology of film music Approaches narrative structure from a variety of angles and proposes a toolkit of narratological concepts An indispensable resource for anyone researching or studying film music or film narratology

ISBN 978-1-84150-515-2 | 189pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Anna Schober is Mercator visiting professor at Justus Liebig University Giessen.

Moving beyond the distinction between diegetic and non-diegetic music (music that is or is not understood as part of the story world of a film), Music and Levels of Narration in Film systematically discusses music on different levels of narration: from the extrafictional to ‘focalizations’ of subjectivity, and music’s movement between them. The conceptual toolkit is applied to a study of genres (musicals and horror) and of the narrative strategies of music in individual films.

Open Roads, Closed Borders
The Contemporary French-Language Road Movie Edited by Michael Gott and Thibaut Schilt
• • • First collection of essays about French-language road movies Offers important perspectives on contemporary French ideas about national identity Illustrates how travel and road motifs have enabled directors to re-imagine space and move beyond simplistic binary oppositions

ISBN 978-1-84150-662-3 | 181pp £45, $60 | HB |2012 | @ 230x170mm Michael Gott is assistant professor of French at the University of Cincinnati. Thibaut Schilt is assistant professor of French at the College of the Holy Cross.

Film Studies


Passion of the Reel
By Jean-Olivier Tchouaffe
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ISBN 978-1-84150-564-0 | 216pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Jean-Olivier Tchouaffe is visiting assistant professor at Southwestern University.

Cinematic versus Modernist Political Fictions in Cameroon

Allegorical Images: Tableau, Time and Gesture in the Cinema of Werner Schroeter By Michelle Langford
ISBN 978-1-84150-138-3 | 215pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2006 | @

Alternative Worlds in Hollywood Cinema: Resonance between Realms By James Walters
ISBN 978-1-84150-202-1 | 232pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2008 | @

Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors By Deane Williams
ISBN 978-1-84150-210-6 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2008 | @

In-depth analysis of the output of the Cameroonian film industry Explores postcolonialism, social construction and modernization Highlights the challenges faced by this nascent national cinema Emphasizes the need to move beyond colonial legacies and focus instead on indigenous productions of meaning

Beauty and the Beast: Italianness in British Cinema By Elisabetta Girelli
ISBN 978-1-84150-244-1 | 240pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

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Beyond Auteurism: New Directions in Authorial Film Practices in France, Italy and Spain since the 1980s By Rosanna Maule
ISBN 978-1-84150-204-5 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2008 | @

British TV & Film Culture of the 1950s: Coming to a TV Near You By Su Holmes
ISBN 978-1-84150-121-5 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @

Cinema and Landscape: Film, Nation and Cultural Geography Edited by Graeme Harper and Jonathan Rayner
ISBN 978-1-84150-309-7 | 264pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

Cinema of Mika Kaurismäki, The: Transvergent Cinescapes, Emergent Identities By Pietari Kääpä
ISBN 978-1-84150-409-4 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Cinemas of the Other: A Personal Journey with Film-makers from the Middle East and Central Asia By Gönül Dönmez-Colin
ISBN 978-1-84150-143-7 | 284pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2006 | @

A Portrait of the Artist as a Political Dissident
By Vlastimir Sudar
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The Life and Work of Aleksandar Petrovic

Danish Directors, The: Dialogues on a Contemporary National Cinema Edited by Ib Bondebjerg and Mette Hjort
ISBN 978-1-84150-035-5 | 288pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2001 | @

Danish Directors 2, The: Dialogues on the New Danish Fiction Cinema Edited by Mette Hjort, Eva Novrup Redvall and Eva Joerholt
ISBN 978-1-84150-271-7 | 310pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

David Cronenberg: Author or Filmmaker? By Mark Browning
ISBN 978-1-84150-173-4 | 208pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Explores the career of this oft-overlooked, four-time Palme d’Or nominee Analyses how Petrovic developed specific political and social themes in his films A fresh contribution to the scarcely explored history of Yugoslav cinema

ISBN 978-1-84150-545-9 | 232pp £45 | $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Vlastimir Sudar teaches film history and theory at the University of the Arts London.

Declarations of Independence: American Cinema and the Partiality of Independent Production By John Berra
ISBN 978-1-84150-185-7 | 224pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Deleuze and Film Music: Building a Methodological Bridge between Film Theory and Music By Gregg Redner
ISBN 978-1-84150-370-7 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Diasporas of Australian Cinema Edited by Catherine Simpson, Renata Murawska and Anthony Lambert
ISBN 978-1-84150-197-0 | 128pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood Edited by Lincoln Geraghty
ISBN 978-1-84150-415-5| 272pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @ Directory of World Cinema @ = available as e-book

Directory of World Cinema: American Independent Edited by John Berra
ISBN 978-1-84150-368-4| 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: American Independent 2 Edited by John Berra
ISBN 978-1-84150-612-8 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Film Studies
Directory of World Cinema: Australia & New Zealand Edited by Geoff Lealand and Ben Goldsmith
ISBN 978-1-84150-373-8 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Australia & New Zealand 2 Edited by Geoff Lealand and Ben Goldsmith
ISBN 978-1-84150-634-0 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Britain Edited by Emma Bell and Neil Mitchell
ISBN 978-1-84150-557-2 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Turkey Edited by Eylem Atakav
ISBN 978-1-84150-620-3 | 320pp £16, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Divided World, A: Hollywood Cinema and Emigre Directors in the Era of Roosevelt and Hitler, 1933–1948 By Nick Smedley
ISBN 978-1-84150-402-5 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Don’t Look Now: British Cinema in the 1970s Edited by Paul Newland
ISBN 978-1-84150-320-2 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Directory of World Cinema: China Edited by Gary Bettinson
ISBN 978-1-84150-558-9 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: East Europe Edited by Adam Bingham
ISBN 978-1-84150-464-3 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Finland Edited by Pietari Kääpä
ISBN 978-1-84150-617-3 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Europe & Love in Cinema Edited by Jo Labanyi, Luisa Passerini and Karen Diehl
ISBN 978-1-84150-379-0 | 256pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2011 | @

European Identity in Cinema Edited by Wendy Everett
ISBN 978-1-84150-916-7 | 124pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2005 | @

Feminist Ethics in Film: Reconfiguring Care through Cinema By Joseph Kupfer
ISBN 978-1-84150-406-3 | 208pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @

Directory of World Cinema: France Edited by Tim Palmer and Charlie Michael
ISBN 978-1-84150-563-3 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Germany Edited by Michelle Langford
ISBN 978-1-84150-465-0 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: India Edited by Adam Bingham
ISBN 978-1-84150-622-7 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Film, Drama and the Break-Up of Britain By Steve Blandford
ISBN 978-1-84150-150-5 | 200pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Film Paintings of David Lynch, The: Challenging Film Theory By Allister Mactaggart
ISBN 978-1-84150-332-5 | 224pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

Frames of Mind: A Post-Jungian Look at Cinema, Television and Technology By Luke Hockley
ISBN 978-1-84150-171-0 | 152pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Directory of World Cinema: Iran Edited by Parviz Jahed
ISBN 978-1-84150-399-8 | 272pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Italy Edited by Louis Bayman
ISBN 978-1-84150-400-1 | 240pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Japan Edited by John Berra
ISBN 978-1-84150-355-6 | 350pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @ Directory of World Cinema

French Costume Drama of the 1950s: Fashioning Politics in Film By Susan Hayward
ISBN 978-1-84150-318-9 | 376pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2010 | @

Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures Edited by Olivia Khoo and Sean Metzger
ISBN 978-1-84150-274-8 | 288pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Greek Cinema: Texts, Histories, Identities Edited by Lydia Papadimitriou and Yannis Tzioumakis
ISBN 978-1-84150-433-9 | 288pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Directory of World Cinema: Japan 2 Edited by John Berra
ISBN 978-1-84150-551-0 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Latin America Edited by Isabel Maurer Queipo
ISBN 978-1-84150-618-0 | 320pp £16, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Russia Edited by Birgit Beumers
ISBN 978-1-84150-372-1 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Historical Comedy on Screen: Subverting History with Humour Edited by Hannu Salmi
ISBN 978-1-84150-367-7 | 232pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Hong Kong New Wave Cinema (1976–2000) By Cheuk Pak Tong
ISBN 978-1-84150-148-2 | 268pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Iranian Cinema and Globalization: National, Transnational and Islamic Dimensions By Shahab Esfandiary
ISBN 978-9-78184-510-9 | 367pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @

Directory of World Cinema: South Korea Edited by Colette Balmain
ISBN 978-1-84150-560-2 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Spain Edited by Lorenzo J. Torres Hortelano
ISBN 978-1-84150-463-6 | 320pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Directory of World Cinema: Sweden Edited by Marcelline Block
ISBN 978-1-84150-559-6 | 327pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ Directory of World Cinema

Musical Comedy Films of Grigorii Aleksandrov, The: Laughing Matters By Rimgaila Salys
ISBN 978-1-84150-282-3 | 240pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

New-Brutality Film, The: Race and Affect in Contemporary American Cinema By Paul Gormley
ISBN 978-1-84150-119-2 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @

New Irish Storytellers: Narrative Strategies in Film By Díóg O’Connell
ISBN 978-1-84150-312-7 | 176pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

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New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema Edited by Carolina Rocha and Cacilda M. Rego
ISBN 978-1-84150-375-2 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

New Zealand Cinema: Interpreting the Past Edited by Alistair Fox, Hilary Radner and Barry Keith Grant
ISBN 978-1-84150-425-4 | 354pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

New Zealand Film and Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change By Trisha Dunleavy and Hester Joyce
ISBN 978-1-84150-457-5 | 208pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2011 | @

Urban Cinematics: Understanding Urban Phenomena through the Moving Image Edited by François Penz and Andong Lu
ISBN 978-1-84150-428-5 | 328pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Who’s Who in Research: Film Studies
ISBN 978-1-84150-496-4 | 450pp £90, $115 | HB | 2012 | @ Who’s Who in Research

World Film Locations: Beijing Edited by John Berra and Liu Yang
ISBN 978-1-84150-642-5 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

Peter Weir: A Creative Journey from Australia to Hollywood By Serena Formica
ISBN 978-1-84150-477-3 | 176pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @

Phenomenology’s Material Presence: Video, Vision and Experience By Gabrielle A. Hezekiah
ISBN 978-1-84150-310-3 | 103pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Place of Artists’ Cinema, The: Space, Site and Screen By Maeve Connolly
ISBN 978-1-84150-246-5 | 240pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

World Film Locations: Berlin Edited by Susan Ingram
ISBN 978-1-84150-631-9 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Dublin Edited by Jez Conolly and Caroline Whelan
ISBN 978-1-84150-550-3 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Istanbul Edited by Ozlem Koksal
ISBN 978-1-84150-567-1 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

Pop Fiction: The Song in Cinema Edited by Matthew Caley Hobson and Steve Lannin
ISBN 978-1-84150-078-2 | 160pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2005 | @

Pride and Panic: Russian Imagination of the West in PostSoviet Film By Yana Hashamova
ISBN 978-1-84150-156-7 | 136pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2007 | @

Queer Cinema in Europe Edited by Robin Griffiths
ISBN 978-1-84150-079-9 | 160pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

World Film Locations: Las Vegas Edited by Marcelline Block
ISBN 978-1-84150-588-6 | 112pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: London Edited by Neil Mitchell
ISBN 978-1-84150-484-1 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Los Angeles Edited by Gabriel Solomons
ISBN 978-1-84150-485-8 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

Screen Education: From Film Appreciation to Media Studies By Terry Bolas
ISBN 978-1-84150-237-3 | 384pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Sophia Loren: Moulding a Star By Pauline Small
ISBN 978-1-84150-234-2 | 208pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2009 | @

South African Cinema 1896–2010 By Martin Botha
ISBN 978-1-84150-458-2 | 367pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @

World Film Locations: Madrid Edited by Lorenzo J. Torres Hortelano
ISBN 978-1-84150-568-8 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Melbourne Edited by Neil Mitchell
ISBN 978-1-84150-640-1 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Mumbai Edited by Helio San Miguel
ISBN 978-1-84150-632-6 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

Stephen King on the Big Screen By Mark Browning
ISBN 978-1-84150-245-8 | 256pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2009 | @

Stephen King on the Small Screen By Mark Browning
ISBN 978-1-84150-412-4 | 144pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Studies in French Cinema: UK Perspectives 1985–2010 Edited by Will Higbee and Sarah Leahy
ISBN 978-1-84150-323-3 | 304pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

World Film Locations: New Orleans Edited by Scott Jordan Harris
ISBN 978-1-84150-587-9 | 112pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: New York Edited by Scott Jordan Harris
ISBN 978-1-84150-482-7 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Paris Edited by Marcelline Block
ISBN 978-1-84150-561-9 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

Tech-Noir Film: A Theory of the Development of Popular Genres By Emily E. Auger
ISBN 978-1-84150-424-7 | 498pp £60, $95 | HB | 2011 | @

Touring the Screen: Tourism and New Zealand Film Geographies By Alfio Leotta
ISBN 978-1-84150-475-9 | 208pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Traumatic Encounters Italian Film: Locating the Cinematic Unconscious By Fabio Vighi
ISBN 978-1-84150-140-6 | 200pp £34.95, $70 | PB | 2006 | @

World Film Locations: Reykjavik Edited by Jez Conolly and Caroline Whelan
ISBN 978-1-84150-641-8 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Tokyo Edited by Chris Magee
ISBN 978-1-84150-483-4 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations

World Film Locations: Vienna Edited by Robert Dassanowsky
ISBN 978-1-84150-569-5 | 128pp £9.95, $18 | PB | 2012 | @ World Film Locations


Beyond the Dance Floor
By Rebekah Farrugia

Female DJs, Technology and Electronic Dance Music Culture

ISBN 978-1-84150-566-4 | 130pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Rebekah Farrugia is assistant professor of media studies at Oakland University.

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In-depth, on-site analysis of women who DJ Explores music technology, production, distribution, publicity and networking

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Beyond the Dance Floor focuses on women in the field of music technology: from DJ-ing, and its related technology, to the role female-producers play in the creation of dance-music culture. Exposing the constraints of this male-dominated industry, Farrugia explores a number of important issues, including the politics of identity and representation, women-centred DJ communities, and the role female-DJs and producers play in dance-music culture and the larger public sphere.

Beyond the Dance Floor TRANS(per)FORMiNg Nina Arsenault The Art of Nick Cave Teaching Actors Directors invisible Country Clown Through Mask italian Women’s Theatre, 1930–1960 The Rehearsal Signs of Change Theatre and Performance in Small Nations Resetting the Stage Refugee Performance Sonic Multiplicities Performing Arts Backlist

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TRANS(per)FORMING Nina Arsenault
An Unreasonable Body of Work
Edited by Judith Rudakoff

ISBN 978-1-84150-571-8 | 272pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Judith Rudakoff is a professor of theatre at York University in Toronto.

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First in-depth exploration of this criticallyacclaimed playwright-performer Illustrated with images of Arsenault’s gender transformation and her many personae Includes the full text of The Silicone Diaries, Arsenault’s autobiographical one-woman play

Transgendered playwright-performer, columnist, and sex worker Nina Arsenault has undergone more than sixty plastic surgeries in pursuit of a feminine beauty ideal. In TRANS(per)FORMING Nina Arsenault, Judith Rudakoff brings together a diverse group of contributors, including artists, scholars and Arsenault herself, to offer an exploration of beauty, image and the notion of queerness through the lens of Arsenault’s highly personal brand of performance art. Demonstrating Arsenault’s diversity of personae, this volume deepens our understanding of what it means to be a woman and what it means to be beautiful.

Image: © Tanja-Tiziana.

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The Art of Nick Cave
New Critical Essays
Edited by John H. Baker

Teaching Actors
By Ross W. Prior

Knowledge Transfer in Actor Training

ISBN 978-1-84150-627-2 | 220pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm John H. Baker is a lecturer in English at the University of Westminster.

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Includes essays by a diverse group of scholars and experts Draws on historical, psychological, pedagogical, and generic perspectives A lucid overview that will appeal to students, fans and experts alike

ISBN 978-1-84150-570-1 | 224pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Ross W. Prior is a reader and principal lecturer in drama and acting at the University of Northampton.

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First book-length treatment of how actor-trainers teach and understand their work Author has over twenty years experience as both a teacher and a performer An invaluable educational resource Includes an extensive bibliography

Known for his work as a performer and songwriter with the Birthday Party, the Bad Seeds and Grinderman, Australian artist Nick Cave has also pursued a variety of other projects, including writing and acting. Covering the full range of Cave’s creative endeavours, this collection of critical essays provides a comprehensive overview of his multifaceted career.

Teaching Actors draws on history, literature, and original research conducted across leading drama schools in England and Australia, in order to offer those involved in actor-training a critical framework within which to think about their work. Prior, who brings to this volume more than twenty years of experience as both a teacher and performer in the field, devotes particular attention to the different ways in which teachers and students acquire and share knowledge through practical craft-based experience.

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From Stage to Screen and Back Again
By Susan Beth Lehman

Invisible Country
Four Polish Plays
Edited and translated by Teresa Murjas

ISBN 978-1-84150-490-2 | 150pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Susan Lehman, an actor, director and screenwriter, is assistant professor of TV and film at DeSales University in Pennsylvania.

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Insightful interviews with stage-to-screen directors Includes a foreword by Emmy award-winning screenwriter Steve Brown An essential resource for scholars, aspiring filmmakers, theatre aficionados, and film enthusiasts

ISBN 978-1-84150-414-8 | 200pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Playtext Teresa Murjas is a senior lecturer in theatre at the University of Reading.

Contains English-language translations of Snow by Stanisław Przybyszewski, In a Small House by Tadeusz Rittner, Ashanti by Włodzimierz Perzynski and All the Same by Leopold Staff Latest addition to Intellect’s critically-acclaimed Playtext series Also by this editor: The Morality of Mrs. Dulska and Zapolska’s Women

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The interviews contained in Directors: From Stage to Screen and Back Again demonstrate the myriad ways in which a theatre background can engender innovative and stimulating work in film. As unique and idiosyncratic as the personalities they feature, the directors’ conversations with Susan Lehman explore a vast field of topics. Each one traces its subject’s personal artistic journey and explores how he, or she, handled the challenge of moving from stage to screen.

The late nineteenth and early twentieth century marked a tumultuous period in Poland’s history, with artists and writers working under difficult socio-political conditions. Well chosen and carefully annotated, these translations provide important insights into this under-explored area of Polish dramatic history and practice, and facilitate greater understanding of its role in the development of European theatre.

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Clown Through Mask

The Rehearsal

The Pioneering Work of Richard Pochinko as Practiced by Sue Morrison By Veronica Coburn and Sue Morrison
• Explores the origins of Pochinko clowning, including its synthesis of European and Native American clowning traditions Pochinko’s apprentice discusses her own experience of teaching clown through mask, and writing and directing clown shows Describes the training that is the basis of discovering one’s clown Of interest to performers, artists, scholars and those who wish to recharge their creativity
ISBN 978-1-84150-556-5 | 112pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Playtext Anna Fenemore is a lecturer at the University of Leeds, and the artistic director of Manchesterbased Pigeon Theatre.

Pigeon Theatre’s Trilogy of Performance Works on Playing Dead Edited by Anna Fenemore
• • First look at experimental work of Manchester-based Pigeon Theatre Raises questions about the interplay, in contemporary theatre, between the process of rehearsal and the theatrical metaphors that shape our everyday dealings with death Includes the text of all three parts of The Rehearsal New instalment in Intellect’s acclaimed Playtext series

ISBN 978-1-84150-574-9 | 292pp £55, $75 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Veronica Coburn is a performer, writer, and director. Sue Morrison is a recognized teacher of Pochinko clown.

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Italian Women’s Theatre, 1930–1960
An Anthology of Plays By Daniela Cavallaro
• Explores forgotten lives and works of four Italian playwrights: Paola Riccora, Anna Bonacci, Clotilde Masci, and Gici Ganzini Granata Only English translations of It Must Have Been Giovannino, The Fantasy Hour, The Excluded and Men Are Always Right Includes commentary, performance histories, critical analyses and biographical information Fully illustrated with photographs of the writers, stills from their plays and even newspaper caricatures
ISBN 978-1-84150-629-6 | 200pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Theatre in Education Joan Lazarus is a professor in the department of theatre and dance at the University of Texas at Austin.

Signs of Change
By Joan Lazarus
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New Directions in Theatre Education

First instalment from Intellect’s much-anticipated Theatre in Education series An accessible and up-to-date guide to best practices in theatre education Encompasses the author’s recent interviews with 140 teachers Revised and amplified edition (previously published by Heinemann)

ISBN 978-1-84150-555-8 | 393pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Playtext Daniela Cavallaro is a senior lecturer in Italian at the University of Auckland.

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Theatre and Performance in Small Nations
Edited by Steve Blandford
• Features an array of case studies that examine the relationships between theatre, performance, identity, and the nation Covers a wide range of national contexts, including small ‘stateless’ nations (Catalonia, Scotland, and Wales), First Nations (indigenous Australia and the Latino United States), and nations that are geographically large, but in other ways exhibit the cultural characteristics of smaller nation states Edited by author of Film Drama and the Break-Up of Britain
ISBN 978-1-84150-637-1 | 224pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Michael Balfour is Chair, Applied Theatre, Griffith University.

Refugee Performance
Practical Encounters

Edited by Michael Balfour
• • • Explores theatre works created for, by, and with refugees Combines newly-commissioned scholarly work with examples of writing by refugees Covers performances that range from theatre in Thai refugee camps to site-specific works staged in a rundown immigrant community in the UK Edited by author of Theatre in Prison

ISBN 978-1-84150-646-3 |180pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Steve Blandford is professor of theatre, film, and television, and director of the Centre for the Study of Media and Culture in Small Nations at the University of Glamorgan.

Resetting the Stage
By Dragan Klaic
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ISBN 978-1-84150-547-3 | 176pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Dragan Klaic was a wellrespected theatre scholar and cultural analyst. He served as a permanent fellow of the Felix Meritis Foundation and as a visiting professor of cultural policy at the Central European University in Budapest. Intellect is honoured to be publishing his final book.

Public Theatre Between the Market and Democracy

Sonic Multiplicities

Hong Kong Pop and the Global Circulation of Sound and Image By Yiu Fai Chow and Jeroen de Kloet
• Examines the material, ideological, and geopolitical implications of music production and consumption in Hong Kong, and China at large Draws on rich empirical research and industry experience Exposes a new path for the study of popular music and its circulation

Examines the marginalization of non-commercial theatre Explores why non-commercial theatre should assert its artistic distinctness rather than imitate its larger commercial counterparts Recommended reading for practitioners, scholars and policy-makers

ISBN 978-1-84150-615-9 | 200pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Yiu Fai Chow is assistant professor at Hong Kong Baptist University. Jeroen de Kloet is assistant professor at the University of Amsterdam.

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Applied Theatre: International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice
Edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton

Bringing Down the House: The Crisis in Britain’s Regional Theatres By Olivia Turnbull
ISBN 978-1-84150-208-3 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

British Pantomime Performance By Millie Taylor
ISBN 978-1-84150-174-1 | 208pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Performing Violence: Literary and Theatrical Experiments of New Russian Drama By Birgit Beumers and Mark Lipovetsky
ISBN 978-1-84150-269-4 | 240pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2009 | @

Philosophical Actor, The: A Practical Meditation for Practicing Theatre Artists By Donna Soto-Morettini
ISBN 978-1-84150-326-4 | 224pp £22.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Point Blank: Nothing to Declare; Operation Wonderland; Roses and Morphine Edited by Liz Tomlin
ISBN 978-1-84150-169-7 | 128pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2007 | @ Playtext

ISBN 978-1-84150-281-6 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Carnival Texts: Three Plays for Ensemble Performance By James MacDonald
ISBN 978-1-84150-416-2 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @ Playtext

Christoph Schlingensief: Art without Borders Edited by Tara Forrest and Anna Teresa Scheer
ISBN 978-1-84150-319-6 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Composed Theatre: Aesthetics, Practices, Processes Edited by Matthias Rebstock and David Roesner
ISBN 978-1-84150-456-8 | 367pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @

Potentials of Spaces, The: The Theory and Practice of Scenography & Performance Edited by Alison Oddey and Christine White
ISBN 978-1-84150-137-6 | 188pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2006 | @

Queer Mythologies: The Original Stageplays of Pam Gems By Dimple Godiwala
ISBN 978-1-84150-135-2 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2006 | @

Red Sun and Merlin Unchained By David Rudkin
ISBN 978-1-84150-427-8 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @ Playtext

Contemporary Theatre in Education By Roger Wooster
ISBN 978-1-84150-170-3 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Dancing Across the Page: Narrative and Embodied Ways of Knowing By Karen Barbour
ISBN 978-1-84150-421-6 | 208pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Directors & Designers Edited by Christine A. White
ISBN 978-1-84150-289-2 | 208pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Russia, Freaks and Foreigners: Three Performance Texts By James MacDonald
ISBN 978-1-84150-186-4 | 224pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @ Playtext

Sacred Theatre Edited by Ralph Yarrow
ISBN 978-1-84150-153-6 | 224pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @ Theatre and Consciousness

Serbian & Greek Art Music: A Patch to Western Music History Edited by Katy Romanou
ISBN 978-1-84150-278-6 | 213pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2009 | @

Disaster Capitalism; or Money Can’t Buy You Love: Three Plays by Rick Mitchell By Rick Mitchell
ISBN 978-1-84150-430-8 | 176pp £14.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @ Playtext

Holistic Shakespeare: An Experiential Learning Approach By Debra Charlton
ISBN 978-1-84150-471-1 | 111pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @

Howard Barker Interviews 1980–2010: Conversations in Catastrophe Edited by Mark Brown
ISBN 978-1-84150-398-1 | 218pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2011 | @

Serious Play: Modern Clown Performance By Louise Peacock
ISBN 978-1-84150-241-0 | 224pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @

Sex on Stage: Gender and Sexuality in PostWar British Theatre By Andrew Wyllie
ISBN 978-1-84150-203-8 | 188pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @

Theatre in Passing: A Moscow Photo-Diary By Elena Siemens
ISBN 978-1-84150-374-5 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Lovefuries: The Contracting Sea; The Hanging Judge; Bite or Suck By David Ian Rabey
ISBN 978-1-84150-184-0 | 96pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @ Playtext

Modes of Spectating Edited by Alison Oddey and Christine White
ISBN 978-1-84150-239-7 | 188pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Morality of Mrs. Dulska, The: A Play by Gabriela Zapolska Edited by Teresa Murjas
ISBN 978-1-84150-166-6 | 192pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2007 | @ Playtext

Theatre in Prison: Theory and Practice Edited by Michael Balfour
ISBN 978-1-84150-066-9 | 224pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2004 | @

Trustus Plays, The By Jon Tuttle
ISBN 978-1-84150-224-3 | 176pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @ Playtext

Walking, Writing and Performance: Autobiographical Texts by Deirdre Heddon, Carl Lavery and Phil Smith Edited by Roberta Mock
ISBN 978-1-84150-155-0 | 184pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Octave Mirbeau: Two Plays: Business is Business and Charity By Richard J. Hand
ISBN 978-1-84150-486-5 | 194pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ Playtext

Performing Dark Arts: A Cultural History of Conjuring By Michael Mangan
ISBN 978-1-84150-149-9 | 280pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @ Theatre & Consciousness

Performing Spanishness: History, Cultural Identity and Censorship in the Theatre of José María Rodríguez Méndez By Michael Thompson
ISBN 978-1-84150-134-5 | 228pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Who’s Who in Research: Performing Arts

ISBN 978-1-84150-494-0 | 400pp £90, $115 | HB | 2012 | @ Who’s Who in Research

Wise Body, The: Conversations with Experienced Dancers Edited by Jacky Lansley and Fergus Early
ISBN 978-1-84150-418-6 | 176pp £16.95, $30 | PB | 2011 | @

Zapolska’s Women: Three Plays – Malka Szwarcenkopf, The Man and Miss Maliczewska Edited by Teresa Murjas
ISBN 978-1-84150-236-6 | 192pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @ Playtext

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Shanghai Street Style
By Toni Johnson-Woods and Vicki Karaminas

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ISBN 978-1-841505-38-1 | 200pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Toni Johnson-Woods is a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland. Vicki Karaminas is associate professor at the University of Technology in Sydney.

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Stunning street-level look at the trends shaping Shanghai’s fashion scene Illustrated with 100 full-colour photographs Explores the city’s changing culture

Shanghai Street Style Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty Life and Death Uncommon goods Photography and Landscape Photocinema issues in Curating Contemporary Art and Performance Artist, Researcher, Teacher Writing on Drawing Perform, Repeat Record Creativity in the Classroom Art Education and Contemporary Culture From Child Art to Visual Culture of Youth Memory Fragments The City is Me Picturing immigration Marion Richardson Visual Arts Backlist

Although fashion fixtures and A-list celebrities pack the front rows at the biggest, most glamorous shows at fashion week, the most creative attire is often found not on the catwalks or inside the auditoriums but on the streets. Nowhere is this more evident than in the cosmopolitan city of Shanghai, where a vintage Vivienne Westwood frock pairs perfectly with a chic puffer, and neon-brights elevate distressed denim to veritable haute couture. Shanghai Street Style showcases this remarkable diversity by bringing together more than 100 full-colour images. Alongside the photographs are short pieces of critical commentary, shedding light on the city’s changing culture and how this is expressed through the clothing choices of ordinary city-dwellers going about their daily routines.

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Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty
Volume One
Edited by Efrat Tseëlon, Ana Marta González, and Susan Kaiser
ISBN 978-1-84150-648-7 | 270pp £36, $68 | PB | 2012 | @ 220x220mm Efrat Tseëlon is professor of social psychology and a chair of fashion theory at the University of Leeds. Ana Marta González is professor of moral philosophy at the University of Navarra. Susan Kaiser is professor of women’s and gender studies, and master advisor of textiles and clothing at the University of California.

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Brings together articles from first-of-its-kind journal, Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty Dynamic and growing area of inquiry

The volume’s contributors, who come from disciplines across the humanities and social sciences, explore such topics as: fashion trends in a global context, including contemporary Italian fashion identity; the kimono’s metamorphoses; the dynamics of luxury and basic fashion after the recent economic crisis; and the negotiation of social class and feminine identity. Their collective efforts contribute to the journal’s mission: the examination of fashion and beauty systems as symbolic spaces of production, reproduction, representation, and communication of artefacts.

Image: © Future Concept Lab.

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Life and Death
By Silvia Fok

Art and the Body in Contemporary China

Uncommon Goods
By Jaimey Hamilton

Global Dimensions of the Readymade

ISBN 978-1-84150-626-5 | 176pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm

Focuses on the ways artists use their own bodies, animals’ bodies, and other corporeal substances to represent life and death A must-read for scholars of performance and installation art, photography, and contemporary Chinese art

ISBN 978-1-84150-572-5 | 136pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Jaimey Hamilton is assistant professor of art history at the University of Hawaii.

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Traces the shift from the installation art of the 1990s to the material turn of current practice An important contribution to scholarship on readymade art, as well as to the study of materiality, embodiment, and globalization

Silvia Fok teaches at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

For all their ubiquity, life and death have not been fully explored as integral themes in many forms of contemporary Chinese art. Exploring the strategies employed by a variety of Chinese artists who do engage with these timeless concerns, Silvia Fok opens a new line of inquiry about contemporary art in a rapidly changing environment. Over the course of Fok’s investigations, corporeality emerges as a common means of highlighting the social and cultural issues that surround life and death. By assessing its effectiveness in the expression of these themes, Fok ultimately illuminates the extent to which we can see corporeality as a significant trend in the history of contemporary art in China.

Since Marcel Duchamp created his ‘readymades’ a century ago, most famously christening a urinal as Fountain, the practice of incorporating commodity objects into art has become ever more pervasive. Uncommon Goods traces one particularly important aspect developing since the 1990s: artistic concern with the hidden ethical dimensions of global commerce. Art historian and cultural theorist, Jaimey Hamilton discusses the work of Ai Weiwei, Cory Arcangel, Atelier van Lieshout, Christoph Büchel, Tania Bruguera, Paul Chan, Surasi Kusolwong, Thomas Hirschhorn, Santiago Sierra, Yinka Shonibare, and more.

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Photography and Landscape
By Rod Giblett and Juha Tolonen

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Rod Giblett is director of the Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology Education, and Communications at Edith Cowan University in Australia. Juha Tolonen is an awardwinning photographer.

Covers the United Kingdom, United States, Europe and Australia Fully illustrated with striking photographs Latest instalment in Intellect’s Critical Photography series Written by the author of People and Places of Nature and Culture

Series editor: Alfredo

Cramerotti is a research scholar, University of Wales in Newport.

Photography and Landscape provides a new critical account of landscape photography. Beginning with the frontier days of the American West, the subsequent century-long popularity of landscape photography is exemplified by images from Carleton Watkins to Ansel Adams, the New Topographics to Richard Misrach. Along with discussions of other contemporary photographers, this illustrated volume demonstrates the influence of settler societies on landscape photography.

Image: ‘Roman Ruin, German’, 2003. © Juha Tolonen.

ISBN 978-1-84150-472-8 | 142pp £29.95, $45 | PB | 2012 | @ 220x220mm Critical Photography

A unique collaboration between a photography writer and a prize-winning landscape-photographer

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Working at the Creative Edges of Photography and Film
Edited by Neil Campbell and Alfredo Cramerotti

Image: Untitled, Michael Ormerod. © Millennium Images.

ISBN 978-1-84150-562-6 | 224pp £29.95, $45 | PB | 2012 | @ 220x220mm Critical Photography Neil Campbell is professor of American studies at the University of Derby. Alfredo Cramerotti is a research scholar, University of Wales in Newport. He is also the series editor of Intellect’s Critical Photography series.

Theoretical and practical exploration of the cinematic techniques exemplified by Wim Wenders and David Lynch Latest addition to Intellect’s Critical Photography series Also by Alfredo Cramerotti: Aesthetic Journalism and Unmapping the City

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Taking as its starting point the notion of photocinema – or the interplay of the still and moving image – the photographs and critical essays in this volume explore the ways in which the two media converge and diverge, expanding the boundaries of each in interesting and unexpected ways. Campbell and Cramerotti’s innovative approach produces what they call a hybrid ‘third space’, where the whole becomes much more than the sum of its individual parts, and encourages viewers to expand their perceptions in order to understand the bigger picture.

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Issues in Curating Contemporary Art and Performance
Edited by Judith Rugg and Michèle Sedgwick

Artist, Researcher, Teacher
A Study of Professional Identity in Art and Education
By Alan Thornton

ISBN 978-1-84150-536-7 |184pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Judith Rugg is research coordinator and reader in fine art theory at University College for the Creative Arts in Canterbury. Michèle Sedgwick is an employment lawyer with an interest in cultural theory and discourse.

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Now in paperback Essential reading for scholars, curators, and art enthusiasts alike Also by Judith Rugg: Spatialities

ISBN 978-1-84150-644-9 | 96pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Alan Thornton is a technician, teacher of general art and printmaking, and research supervisor at Anglia Ruskin University.

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Explores the intersecting lives of art practitioners, educators, and students A great resource for those whose professional or creative lives encompass multiple aspects of art

To stay relevant, art curators must keep up with the rapid pace of technological innovation as well as the aesthetic tastes of fickle critics and an ever-expanding circle of cultural arbiters. Issues in Curating Contemporary Art and Performance argues that, despite these daily pressures, good curating work also requires more theoretical attention. In four thematic sections, a distinguished group of contributors consider curation in light of interdisciplinary and emerging practices, examine conceptions of curation as intervention and contestation, and explore curation’s potential to act as a reconsideration of conventional museum spaces. Against the backdrop of cuttingedge developments in electronic art, art/science collaboration, non-gallery spaces, and virtual fields, contributors propose new approaches to curating and new ways of fostering critical inquiry.

Challenging conventional wisdom about specialization and professional identity, Alan Thornton shows that many individuals have complex, varied, and evolving relationships with visual art – relationships that do not fit into any single category. Against the backdrop of an expanding research culture and current employment models in the United States and the United Kingdom – where many artists also work as teachers – he argues for the necessity of a theory that both reflects and influences practice in the realm of art and art-related work. By elucidating our current situation, Artist, Researcher, Teacher opens the door to much-needed new approaches, and provides fresh insights for those interested in identity formation and professional roles and practices.

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Writing on Drawing
Edited by Steve Garner

Perform, Repeat, Record
Live Art in History Edited by Amelia Jones and Adrian Heathfield
• • An exploration of the place, and transience, of live art in history Collection of essays from over 40 contributors, who are specialists in dance, theatre, visual arts and art history Essayists include Tilda Swinton, Guillermo-GómezPeña, Orlan and Tehching Hsieh Recommended reading for art historians/performance scholars

Essays on Drawing Practice and Research

ISBN 978-1-84150-604-3 | 193pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Readings in Art and Design Education Steve Garner is a senior lecturer in the department of design and innovation at the Open University and director of the International Drawing Research Network.

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Available for the first time in paperback An essential resource for artists, scientists, designers, and engineers
ISBN 978-1-84150-489-6 | 650pp £50, $95 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Amelia Jones is an art historian, curator, and theorist, McGill University. Adrian Heathfield is professor of performance and visual culture at the University of Roehampton.

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Writing on Drawing presents a collection of essays that reveal a provocative agenda for the field, analysing the latest work on creativity, education, and thinking from a variety of perspectives. Bringing together contributions by leading artists and researchers, this volume offers consolidation, discussion, and guidance for a previously fragmented discipline. ‘The book helps to outline an intellectual frame of reference for drawing practices, and allows an interdisciplinary conversation around the role of these activities in the wider world. This is an impressive achievement, as an academic who wishes to explore drawing as a cognitive process and as an artist working in the mass-mediated world where the language of drawing has found a vital role, this book will be invaluable for me and to my students’. – Mario Minichiello, Birmingham City University

Creativity in the Classroom

Case Studies in Using the Arts in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Edited by Paul McIntosh and Digby Warren
• Contests the current higher-education paradigm of standardizing teaching and learning processes through an outcomes-dominated approach Proposes learning approaches that draw upon the creative arts and humanities Illustrates that using such methods can foster deeper learning, even in subjects not normally associated with creativity Draws on the practical experience of contributors and editors

ISBN 978-1-84150-516-9 | 220pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Paul McIntosh is a research fellow in the Centre for Medical Education at Queen Mary University London. Digby Warren is a head of the Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching at London Metropolitan University.

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Art Education and Contemporary Culture
Irish Experiences, International Perspectives Edited by Gary Granville

Memory Fragments
By Marita Bullock

Visualising Difference in Australian History

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A study of arts education in Ireland, in communities and schools, and from primary to higher education Written by a diverse group of eminent art educators Locates the challenges and innovations of art education in an international context New information for undergraduate and postgraduate students in arts education, cultural studies and related fields
ISBN 978-1-84150-553-4 | 208pp £34.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Marita Bullock is a lecturer in the department of English at Macquarie University.

Exciting new look at the work of four Australian artists whose work utilizes the conventions of museum display and collecting practices Interrogates dominant representations of Australian history and identity Fully illustrated

ISBN 978-1-84150-546-6 | 240pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Gary Granville is professor and head of the Faculty of Education at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin.

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From Child Art to Visual Language of Youth
Edited by Andrea Kárpáti and Emil Gaul

The City is Me
By Rosane Araujo
• • Proposes a new way of understanding the relationship between the city and personal identity Interrogates the decentralization and fragmentation of personal identity in the globalized world Rethinks urbanism

New Models and Tools for Assessment of Learning and Creation in Art Education

ISBN 978-1-84150-624-1 | 224pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Andrea Kárpáti is professor of education and UNESCO chairholder at ELTE University in Budapest. Emil Gaul is chairperson of the Hungarian Association of Teachers of Art and Design.

A critical overview of research on the assessment of visual skills in 6–18-year-old students Reconsiders evaluation practices used in art education and suggests a variety of new approaches A must-have for scholars and practitioners seeking to improve, and protect, art education

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ISBN 978-1-84150-639-5 | 240pp £34.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Rosane Araujo, a Brazilian architect and urbanist, is a visiting scholar at Columbia University.

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Picturing Immigration
By Athanasia Batziou

Photojournalistic Representation of Immigrants in Greek and Spanish Press

Aesthetic Journalism: How to Inform Without Informing By Alfredo Cramerotti
ISBN 978-1-84150-268-7 | 112pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Art & Theory After Socialism Edited by Mel Jordan and Malcolm Miles
ISBN 978-1-84150-211-3 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @


Art, Community and Environment: Educational Perspectives Edited by Glen Coutts and Timo Jokela
ISBN 978-1-84150-257-1 | 308pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2009 | @

Uses images from Greek and Spanish newspapers to study the way immigrants, minorities and stereotypes are represented Interrogates notions of ‘Otherness’ prevalent in migrant discourse Studies a topic of international interest – immigration – specifically in Spain and Greece Also available in paperback

Art Education in a Postmodern World: Collected Essays Edited by Tom Hardy
ISBN 978-1-84150-302-8 | 166pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Artist Scholar: Reflections on Writing and Research By G. James Daichendt
ISBN 978-1-84150-487-2 | 112pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @

Artist-Teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Teaching By G. James Daichendt
ISBN 978-1-84150-408-7 | 132pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

ISBN 978-1-84150-519-0 | 152pp £40, $80 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Athanasia Batziou teaches in the department of communication and media at the University of Athens.

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Atomic Postcards: Radioactive Messages from the Cold War By John O’Brian and Jeremy Borsos
ISBN 978-1-84150-431-5 | 208pp £34.95, $70 | PB | 2010 | @

Blind, The Edited by Alfredo Cramerotti
ISBN 978-1-84150-362-2 | 128pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @ Critical Photography

Contingency in Madagascar By Stephen Muecke and Max Pam
ISBN 978-1-84150-474-2 | 176pp £29.95, $45 | PB | 2011 | @ Critical Photography

Marion Richardson
By Rosemary Sassoon

Critical Studies in Art and Design Education By Richard Hickman
ISBN 978-1-84150-998-3 | 224pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @ Readings in Art and Design Education series

Her Life and Contribution to Handwriting

Design Integrations: Research and Collaboration Edited by Sharon Poggenpohl and Keiichi Sato
ISBN 978-1-84150-240-3 | 304pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Designer, The: Half a Century of Change in Image, Training and Techniques By Rosemary Sassoon
ISBN 978-1-84150-195-6 | 144pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @

Honours Richardson’s groundbreaking contribution to the teaching of child art and her two handwriting schemes Draws on Richardson’s own writing and letters, as well as personal recollections from those who knew her and worked with her Promotes the value and creativity of child art and writing Written by the author of The Designer and Handwriting of the Twentieth Century

ISBN 978-1-84150-543-5 | 96pp £14.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Rosemary Sassoon was awarded a Ph.D. from the department of typography and graphic communication at the University of Reading, and now works as an independent consultant.

Digital Art History Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen and Hazel Gardiner
ISBN 978-1-84150-116-1 | 128pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @ Computers and History of Art

Digital Experience Design: Ideas, Industries, Interaction Edited by Linda Leung
ISBN 978-1-84150-264-9 | 128pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2010 | @

Digital Visual Culture: Theory and Practice Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen and Hazel Gardiner
ISBN 978-1-85150-248-9 | 112pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @ Computers and History of Art


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Drawing: The Enactive Evolution of the Practitioner By Patricia Cain
ISBN 978-1-84150-325-7 | 184pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Drawing: The Process Edited by Jo Davies and Leo Duff
ISBN 978-1-84150-076-8 | 100pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2004 | @

Drawing: The Purpose Edited by Leo Duff and Phil Sawdon
ISBN 978-1-84150-201-4 | 112pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2008 | @

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Visual Arts
Educating Artists for Future: Learning at the Intersections of Art, Science, Technology and Culture Edited by Mel Alexenberg
ISBN 978-1-84150-191-8 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2008 | @

Engendering Interaction with Images By Audrey Grace Bennett
ISBN 978-1-84150-481-0 | 168pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @

Flesh Into Light: The Films of Amy Greenfield By Robert Haller
ISBN 978-1-84150-488-9 | 192pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2011 | @

Public Spheres After Socialism Edited by Angela Harutyunyan, Kathrin Horschelmann and Malcolm Miles
ISBN 978-1-84150-212-0 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Reading Bande Dessinée: Critical Approaches to French-language Comic Strip By Ann Miller
ISBN 978-1-84150-177-2 | 272pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Readings in Primary Art Education Edited by Steve Herne, Sue Cox and Robert Watts
ISBN 978-1-84150-242-77 | 256pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @ Readings in Art and Design Education

Franklin Furnace & the Spirit of the AvantGarde: A History of the Future By Toni Sant
ISBN 978-1-84150-371-4 | 160pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Future of Art in a Postdigital Age, The: From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness (Second Edition) By Mel Alexenberg
ISBN 978-1-84150-377-6 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2010 | @

Futures Past: Thirty Years of Arts Computing Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen and Hazel Gardiner
ISBN 978-1-84150-168-0 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @ Computers and History of Art

Recording Memories from Political Violence: A Filmmaker’s Journey By Cahal McLaughlin
ISBN 978-1-84150-301-1 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Reframing Consciousness: Art, Mind and Technology By Roy Ascott
ISBN 978-1-84150-051-5 | 352pp £14.95, $25 | PB | 2000 | @

Research in Art & Design Education Edited by Richard Hickman
ISBN 978-1-84150-199-4 | 192pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2008 | @ Readings in Art and Design Education


Girls! Girls! Girls! in Contemporary Art Edited by Lori Waxman and Catherine Grant
ISBN 978-1-84150-348-6 | 242pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Handwriting of the Twentieth Century By Rosemary Sassoon
ISBN 978-1-84150-178-9 | 208pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Histories of Art and Design Education: Collected Essays Edited by Mervyn Romans
ISBN 978-1-84150-131-4 | 224pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2005 | @

Robert Frank’s ‘The Americans’: The Art of Documentary Photography By Jonathan Day
ISBN 978-1-84150-315-8 | 200pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture Edited by Judith Rugg and Craig Martin
ISBN 978-1-84150-468-1 | 240pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @

Streets of Crocodiles: Photography, Media, and Postsocialist Landscapes in Poland By Katarzyna Marciniak and Kamil Turowski
ISBN 978-1-84150-365-3 | 144pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2010 | @

Image Critique & the Fall of the Berlin Wall By Sunil Manghani
ISBN 978-1-84150-190-1 | 272pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Inspiring Writing in Art and Design: Taking a Line for a Write By Pat Francis
ISBN 978-1-84150-256-4 | 256pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @

International Dialogues about Visual Culture, Education and Art Edited by Rachel Mason and Teresa Eça
ISBN 978-1-84150-167-3 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Searching for Art’s New Publics Edited by Jeni Walwin
ISBN 978-1-84150-311-0 | 160pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Technology and Desire: The Transgressive Art of Moving Images By Rania Gafaar and Martin Schulz
ISBN 978-1-84150-461-2 | 192pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @

Truth or Dare: Art and Documentary Edited by Gail Pearce and Cahal McLaughlin
ISBN 978-1-84150-175-8 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Interventions: Advances in Art and Urban Futures Volume 4 Edited by Tim Hall and Malcolm Miles
ISBN 978-1-84150-118-5 | 180pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @

Media Poetry: An International Anthology By Eduardo Kac
ISBN 978-1-84150-030-0 | 224pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Moving the Eye Through 2-D Design: A Visual Primer By Buy Shaver
ISBN 978-1-84150-363-9 | 157pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Unmapping the City: Perspectives of Flatness Edited by Alfredo Cramerotti
ISBN 978-1-84150-316-5 | 128pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @ Critical Photography

Videogames and Art Edited by Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell
ISBN 978-1-84150-142-0 | 283pp £34.95, $70 | PB | 2007 | @

Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition: Curatorial Design for the Multimedial Museum By Vince Dziekan
ISBN 978-1-84150-476-6 | 176pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @

Narrating the Catastrophe: An Artist’s Dialogue with Deleuze and Ricoeur By Jac Saorsa
ISBN 978-1-84150-460-5 | 192pp £45, $60 | HB | 2011 | @

Neosentience: The Benevolence Engine By Bill Seaman and Otto Rössler
ISBN 978-1-84150-404-9 | 176pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Problem of Assessment in Art and Design, The Edited by Trevor Rayment
ISBN 978-1-84150-145-1 | 128pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2007 | @ Readings in Art and Design Education

Who’s Who in Research: Visual Arts
ISBN 978-1-84150-495-7 | 400pp £90, $115 | HB | 2012 | @ Who’s Who in Research

Why We Make Art and Why it is Taught By Richard Hickman
ISBN 978-1-84150-126-0 | 176pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2005 | @

Why We Make Art and Why it is Taught (Second Edition) By Richard Hickman
ISBN 978-1-84150-378-3 | 176pp £14.95, $25 | PB | 2010 | @

Media & Culture


Al Jazeera and the Arab Revolution
Public Opinion, Diplomacy and Political Change
By Noureddine Miladi

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ISBN 978-1-84150-575-6 | 160pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Noureddine Miladi is senior lecturer in media and sociology at the University of Northampton.

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Traces the emergence, and impact, of this influential Arab satellite channel Draws on a wealth of interviews with relevant journalists, policy-makers, and political activists

Al Jazeera and the Arab Revolution Brit Wits Morrissey ConFiguring America Why i Buy TV Format Mogul Mediation and Protest Movements Beached Advertising as Culture Sustainability, Participation and Culture in Communication Performative Materials in Architecture and Design Signifying Europe Queer Visibility in Post-socialist Cultures Selling War The Social Use of Media Citizen Voices Television Courtroom Broadcasting Mobile Nation From NWiCO to WSiS, 30 Years of Communication geopolitics Media & Culture Backlist

In late 2010, Tunisians began protesting against the government of then president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali; on 14 January 2011, their protests forced the dictatorial leader to resign. Further democratic uprisings, which came to be known as the Arab Spring, soon spread across the region, leading to the ousting of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi. Throughout it all, experts have argued, Arab satellite TV – and especially Al Jazeera – helped to sustain revolutions by broadcasting these events live throughout the Arab World. Al Jazeera and the Arab Revolution tells the story of how the network came to have such influence.

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Brit Wits
By Iain Ellis


A History of British Rock Humor

Fandom, Representations and Identities
Edited by Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin Power

ISBN 978-1-84150-565-7 | 208pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Iain Ellis is a lecturer in the department of English at the University of Kansas.

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An action-packed look at some of the most notorious rebels of British rock history Explores how and why humour has been such a powerful catalyst and expressive force Contextualized via contemporary stand-up, literature, film and visual art

ISBN 978-1-8415-0596-1 | 352pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Eoin Devereux is a senior lecturer and head of department at the University of Limerick. Aileen Dillane is a performer and lecturer in music at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick. Martin Power teaches in the department of sociology at the University of Limerick.

Covers a broad range of academic disciplines and approaches, including musicology, ethnography, sociology, and cultural studies Indispensable addition to the bookshelves of Morrissey fans and scholars Now in paperback

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The Sex Pistols. David Bowie. Pink Floyd. Rebel rockers and provokers of the public, vivid in our memories as much for their subversion as for their signature sounds. Yet what very few people realize is that a substantive part of their weaponry was humour. Distinguishing rock humorists from rockers who are merely sometimes humorous, Iain Ellis focuses on those whose music and persona exude defiance – beginning with the Beatles, the Kinks, and Pink Floyd, and continuing through the Smiths, the Slits, and even the Spice Girls – to investigate the nature of rock humour and the ways in which these groups have used it to attack prevailing social structures. Politics and issues of gender, class, and race are all laid open to ridicule, as is the music industry itself; and although lyrics are foregrounded, Ellis demonstrates that a guitar solo, dissident dance move, or anti-social hairstyle may, in context, be every bit as subversive and humorous as a song.

An influential star of British pop for more than three decades, Morrissey is renowned for his musical output with the Smiths and as a solo artist. But he is also known for his outspoken and often controversial views on class, ethnicity, and sexuality. Thanks to these dual talents for music and provocation, Morrissey has become an anti-establishment icon and continues to provoke devotion, argument, and spirited debate among his many critics and fans. Morrissey: Fandom, Representations and Identities offers a broad overview of those arguments – and that devotion. The first collection of academic essays to focus exclusively on Morrissey’s solo career, this important book offers a nuanced and rich reading of his influential creative and cultural contributions.

Media & Culture


ConFiguring America

Iconic Figures, Visuality, and the American Identity
Edited by Klaus Rieser, Michael Fuchs and Michael Phillips

Why I Buy
By Rami Gabriel

Self, Taste, and Consumer Society in America

ISBN 978-1-84150-635-7 | 288pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Klaus Rieser chairs the department of American studies at the University of Graz. Michael Fuchs teaches American literature and media studies at the University of Graz. Michael Phillips is a lecturer in the English department at the University of Graz.

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Will deepen readers’ understanding of celebrity and iconography Draws on theoretical insights from cultural iconography, visual culture, star studies, and history An important addition to an expanding field

ISBN 978-1-84150-645-6 | 166pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Rami Gabriel is an assistant professor of psychology at Columbia College Chicago.

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Examines the structure of the self and its relationship to consumer society Balances conceptual and historical analyses with examples drawn from popular culture and mass media

Elvis Presley. Marilyn Monroe. LeBron James. They’re all American, of course, but like many cultural figures who hail from the United States, they have names and faces known the world over. With contributions from a diverse group of international scholars, ConFiguring America sheds light on how these figures, and their media representations, construct America’s image beyond its borders. Essays also parse the distinction between celebrities and icons, showing that although these categories overlap and share many common traits, they differ in important ways.

Why do we buy what we do? How do our acts of – and ideas about – consumption impact our selves, our institutions, and our societies? An incisive response to these questions, Why I Buy explains how consumption came to give meaning and value to social and personal life. By exploring the relationship between our individual needs and our institutions, Gabriel ultimately points the way toward transformations that could lead to a more sustaining and sustainable society.

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TV Format Mogul
By Albert Moran

Reg Grundy’s Transnational Career

Mediation and Protest Movements
Edited by Bart Cammaerts, Alice Mattoni and Patrick McCurdy

ISBN 978-1-8415-0623-4 | 228pp £19.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Albert Moran is professor in humanities at Griffith University.

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A definitive history of programme franchising Written by Australia’s foremost scholar of television Written by the author of News Flows in Global TV, TV Formats Worldwide and Understanding the Global TV Format

ISBN 978-1-84150-643-2 | 196pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Bart Cammaerts is a senior lecturer in the department of media and communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Alice Mattoni is a post-doctoral fellow in the department of sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. Patrick McCurdy is assistant professor in the department of communication at the University of Ottawa.

Focuses on the processes and practices that contemporary protesters use when acting with (and through) media Covers both online and off-line contexts, as well as mainstream and alternative media Bridges the gap between social-movement theory and media and communication studies An important text for students and scholars of media and social change

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Since the late 1990s, when broadcasters began adapting such television shows as Big Brother, Survivor, and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? for markets around the world, the global television industry has been struggling to get to grips with the prevalence of programme franchising across international borders. In TV Format Mogul, Albert Moran traces the history of this phenomenon through the lens of Australian producer Reg Grundy’s transnational career. Beginning in the late 1950s, Grundy brought non-Australian shows to Australian audiences, becoming the first person to take local productions to an overseas market. By following Grundy’s career, Moran shows how adaptation and remakes became the billion-dollar business that they are today.

Over the past year, international and national media have been full of stories about protest movements and tumultuous social upheaval from Tunisia to California. But scholars have not yet fully addressed the connection between these movements and the media and communication channels through which their messages spread. Correcting that imbalance, Mediation and Protest Movements explores the nature of the relationship between protest movements, media representation, and communication strategies and tactics.

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A Postcolonial Reading of the Australian Shore By Anja Schwarz
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ISBN 978-1-84150-668-5 | 240pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments Anja Schwarz is junior professor of cultural studies at the University of Potsdam.

Sustainability, Participation and Culture in Communication
Theory and Praxis
Edited by Jan Servaes

Investigates the varied narratives associated with the Australian shore Links the study of landscape with questions of postcolonial historiography and memory Encompasses a variety of theoretical perspectives Includes a collection of fascinating snapshots of the Australian beach
ISBN 978-1-84150-661-6 | 280pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Jan Servaes is UNESCO chair in Communication for Sustainable Social Change at the University of Massachusetts.

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Explores topics such as community mobilization, information technologies, gender and social norms, mass media, interpersonal communication, and integrated communication Draws on contemporary theories of communication, as well as real-world examples Showcases the increasing richness and versatility of communication research and practice Also by this editor: Towards a Sustainable Information Society

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Advertising as Culture
Edited by Chris Wharton
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ISBN 978-1-84150-614-2 | 194pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Christopher Wharton is programme leader in advertising and media in the department of media at Northumbria University.

Performative Materials in Architecture and Design
Edited by Rashida Ng and Sneha Patel

An informed and critical overview of approaches to the study of advertising Penned by contributors from a range of disciplines, including art history, sociology, and media and cultural studies Explores such topics as the conceptual relationship between advertising and culture, and the relationship of advertising to a range of cultural fields such as art, fashion, and music

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ISBN 978-1-84150-649-4 | 180pp £24.95, $40 | PB |2012 | @ 230x170mm Rashida Ng and Sneha Patel are assistant professors of architecture at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia. Together they cofounded SEAMLab.

Illuminates the role of performative materiality in research, design, and practice Explores the impact that factors such as digital design, digital fabrication and prototyping have had on built environments Provides an overview of experimental research, speculative design projects and relevant theories

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Signifying Europe
By Johan Fornäs
• • • Explores and analyses the wide range of symbols used to represent Europe and European-ness Provides insights into how Europe currently identifies itself and is identified by others outside its borders Will appeal to students, scholars, and politicians interested in European policy issues, cultural studies, and post-national cultural identity Also available in hardback
ISBN 978-1-84150-610-4 | 240pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm ECREA
Josef Seethaler is a senior scientist at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. Matthias Karmasin is chair for media and communication sciences at the University of Klagenfurt. Gabriele Melischek is a consultant to the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. Romy Wöhlert is a post-doc researcher at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.

Selling War

The Role of the Mass Media in Hostile Conflicts from World War I to the ‘War on Terror’ Edited by Josef Seethaler, Matthias Karmasin, Gabriele Melischek and Romy Wöhlert
• • • Explores the changing relationship between war, media, and the public Sheds new light on conflicts spanning from World War I through the so-called ‘War on Terror’ Explores the roles of traditional media, war blogs, and eyewitness reporting; of war correspondents and embedded journalism; and of propaganda, wartime public relations, and information warfare The first textbook for students in this area

ISBN 978-1-84150-521-3 | 384pp £19.95, $40 | PB |2012 | @ 230x170mm Johan Fornäs is professor in the department of media and communication studies at Södertörn University.

Queer Visibility in Post-socialist Cultures
Edited by Nárcisz Fejes and Andrea P. Balogh
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ISBN 978-1-84150-630-2 | 272pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Nárcisz Fejes is a postdoctoral fellow and research associate at Case Western Reserve University. Andrea P. Balogh is assistant professor at the University of Szeged.

The Social Use of Media

Cultural and Social Scientific Perspectives on Audience Research Edited by Helena Bilandzic, Geoffroy Patriarche and Paul J. Traudt

ISBN 978-1-84150-512-1 | 202pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm ECREA
Helena Bilandzic teaches audience research, media effects, and empirical methods at the University of Augsburg. Geoffroy Patriarche teaches communication theory, audience research, and social history of the media at the Facultés universitaires Saint- Louis. Paul J. Traudt teaches audience theory and research methods, global media, and media criticism at the University of Nevada.

Explores the paradigm of visibility politics in postsocialist cultures Features eleven essays by international scholars and activist researchers Encompasses gender and sexuality studies, Eastern European studies, media and film studies, sociology, and cultural anthropology

An innovative overview of research on the social uses of media Brings together competing research approaches Explores activity and interactivity, and media use as a social and cultural practice A significant contribution to the development of interdisciplinary theories and approaches to audience and user studies

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Citizen Voices

Performing Public Participation in Science and Environment Communication Edited by Louise Phillips, Anabela Carvalho and Julie Doyle
• • Explores the ways in which citizen voices are articulated and silenced in the mass media Includes a range of case studies, and empirical insights, from countries across Europe and North America Investigates citizens’ scope for action in different national, cultural, and institutional contexts
ISBN 978-1-84150-324-0 | 256pp £14.95, $30 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Tatjana Pavlovic is associate professor of Spanish at Tulane University.

Mobile Nation

España Cambia de Piel (1954–1964)

By Tatjana Pavlovic
• • • First systematic treatment of Spain’s transition to modernity Draws on the methodologies of literature, film studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, and history Explores consumer culture in the media, as well as mass tourism, and the national automobilemanufacturing industry Offers valuable insights into postmodern Spain’s transformation Also available in hardback

ISBN 978-1-84150-621-0 | 192pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm ECREA Louise Phillips is professor of communication at Roskilde University. Anabela Carvalho is associate professor at University of Minho. Julie Doyle is principal lecturer in media studies at the University of Brighton.

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Television Courtroom Broadcasting
Distraction Effects and Eye Tracking By Paul Lambert
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ISBN 978-1-84150-647-0 | 200pp £45, $60 | HB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm Paul Lambert is a lecturer, lawyer, and writer.

From NWICO to WSIS: 30 Years of Communication Geopolitics
Actors and Flows, Structures and Divides
Edited by Divina Frau-Meigs, Jérémie Nicey, Michael Palmer, Julia Pohle and Patricio Tupper

ISBN 978-1-84150-675-3 | 240pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @ 230x170mm ECREA
Divina Frau-Meigs and Michael Palmer are professors at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle. Jérémie Nicey is a postdoctoral researcher at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle. Julia Pohle is a doctoral researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Patricio Tupper is professor at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis.

Explores whether courtroom personnel and participants get distracted by in-court television cameras Analyses the role that eye-tracking technology could play in this debate Opens the door to a new era of research on the effects of in-court distraction

Analyses the two major events that have framed global media policies since World War II: the New World Information and Communication Order (NWICO) and the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) In-depth account of the major issues concerning information flows in international geopolitics Includes interviews and contributions from important witnesses

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Advertising and Identity in Europe: The I of the Beholder Edited by Patricia Odber de Baubeta and Robin Warner
ISBN 978-1-84150-870-2 | 160pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2003 | @

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Age of Television: Experiences and Theories, The By Milly Buonnano
ISBN 978-1-84150-181-9 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

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Amateur Images and Global News Edited by Kari AndénPapadopoulos and Mervi Pantti
ISBN 978-1-84150-420-9 | 176pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Digital Radio in Europe: Technologies, Industries and Cultures
Edited by Per Jauert, Brian O’Neill, Marko Ala-Fossi, Stephen Lax, Lars Nyre and Helen Shaw

European Culture and the Media Edited by Ib Bondebjerg and Peter Golding
ISBN 978-1-84150-111-6 | 288pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2004 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

European Journalism Education Edited by Georgios Terzis
ISBN 978-1-84150-235-9 | 272pp £54.95, $110 | HB | 2009 | @

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ISBN 978-1-84150-279-3 | 212pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2010 | @

Stepladders to success for the professional By Richard Ellis


ISBN 978-1-84150-160-4 | 116pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2006 | @

ISBN 978-1-84150-469-8 | 96pp £45, $60 | HB | 2011 | @

Confronting Theory: The Psychology of Cultural Studies By Philip Bell
ISBN 978-1-84150-317-2 | 160pp £22.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts Edited by Margot Lovejoy, Christiane Paul and Victoria Vesna
ISBN 978-1-84150-308-0 | 270pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Cultural Quarters (Second Edition): Principles and Practice By Simon Roodhouse
ISBN 978-1-84150-158-1 | 170pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Culture and Contestation in the New Century Edited by Marc James Léger
ISBN 978-1-84150-426-1 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010

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Ancient Laws and Modern Problems: The Balance Between Justice and A Legal System By John Sassoon
ISBN 978-1-84150-123-9 | 240pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2005 | @

Art and Science of Documentation Management, The By Lakhmi Jain and Graziella Tonfoni
ISBN 978-1-84150-072-0 | 297pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2003 | @

Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere By Sonia Livingstone
ISBN 978-1-84150-129-1 | 200pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

European Media Governance: The Brussels Dimension Edited by Georgios Terzis
ISBN 978-1-84150-664-7 | 216pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2012 | @

European Media Governance: National and Regional Dimensions Edited by Georgios Terzis HB
ISBN 978-1-84150-291-5 | 464pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @

Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the ‘Old Continent’
Edited by Manuela Sanches, Fernando Clara, João Ferreira Duarte and Leonor Pires Martins


ISBN 978-1-84150-357-8 | 304pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2010 | @

Bangladesh’s Changing Mediascape: From State Control to Market Forces Edited by Brian Shoesmith and Jude William Genilo
ISBN 978-1-84150-473-5 | 272pp £48, $70 | HB | 2012 | @

Being Human: The Search for Order By Seán Ó Nualláin
ISBN 978-1-84150-088-1 | 296pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2003 | @

Berliner Chic: A Locational History of Berlin Fashion By Susan Ingram and Katrina Sark
ISBN 978-1-84150-369-1 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Exile of Britney Spears, The: A Tale of 21st Century Consumption By Christopher Smit
ISBN 978-1-84150-410-0 | 144pp £21.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Far Field: Digital Culture, Climate Change and the Poles Edited by Jane Marsching and Andrea Polli
ISBN 978-1-84150-478-0 | 272pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2011 | @

Finding the Right Place on the Map: Central and Eastern European Media Change in a Global Perspective


Edited by Karol Jacubowicz and Miklós Sükösd

ISBN 978-1-84150-193-2 | 304pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @ ECREA

Broadcasters and Citizens in Europe: Trends in Media Accountability and Viewer Participation Edited by Paolo Baldi and Uwe Hasebrink

China’s Environment and China’s Environment Journalists: A Study By Hugo De Burgh and Zeng Rong


Communication Skills: Stepladders to Success for the Professional (Second Edition) By Richard Ellis
ISBN 978-1-84150-249-6 | 165pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @

Gendered Transformations: Theory and Practices on Gender and Media Edited by Tonny Krijnen, Claudia Alvares and Sofie Van Bauwel
ISBN 978-1-84150-366-0 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @ ECREA

Global Technological Change: From Hard Technology to Soft Technology (Second Edition) By Zhouying Jin
ISBN 978-1-84150-376-9 | 320pp £29.95, $60 | PB | 2010 | @

Grey Zone in Health and Illness, The By Alan Blum
ISBN 978-1-84150-364-6 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2010 | @ Culture, Disease and Well-being: Grey Zone in Health and Illness

Convergence and Fragmentation: Media Technology and the Information Society Edited by Peter Ludes
ISBN 978-1-84150-182-6 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

Habitus of the Hood Edited by Hans Skott-Myhre and Chris Richardson
ISBN 978-1-84150-479-7 | 336pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2011 | @

Harm and Offence in Media Content: A Review of the Evidence (Second Edition)
By Sonia Livingstone and Andrea Millwood Hargrave

‘I Am An American’: Filming the Fear of Difference By Cynthia Weber
ISBN 978-1-84150-422-3 | 226pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2011 | @

ISBN 978-1-84150-238-0 | 246pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @


Developing Dialogues: Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia By Michael Meadows, Susan Forde and Kerrie Foxwell
ISBN 978-1-84150-275-5 | 208pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Italian TV Drama and Beyond: Stories from the Soil, Stories from the Sea By Milly Buonanno
ISBN 978-1-84150-459-9 | 192pp £24.95, $40 | PB | 2012 | @

Kinesthetic Empathy in Creative and Cultural Practices Edited by Dee Reynolds and Matthew Reason
ISBN 978-1-84150-491-9 | 224pp £29.95, $50 | PB | 2012 | @

Media and Participation: A Site of Ideological-democratic Struggle By Nico Carpentier
ISBN 978-1-84150-407-0 | 410pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Media & Culture
Media & Values: Intimate Transgressions in a Changing Moral & Cultural Landscape
By David E. Morrison, Matthew Kieran, Michael Svennevig and Sarah Ventress

Media Between Culture and Commerce Edited by Els de Bens
ISBN 978-1-84150-165-9 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

Media, Democracy and European Culture Edited by Ib Bondebjerg and Peter Madsen
ISBN 978-1-84150-247-2 | 288pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2009 | @

Radio Content in the Digital Age: The Evolution of a Sound Medium Edited by Angeliki Gazi, Guy Starkey and Stanislaw Jedrzejewski
ISBN 978-1-84150-423-0 | 184pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Reaching Audiences: Distribution and Promotion of Alternative Moving Image By Julia Knight and Peter Thomas
ISBN 978-1-84150-157-4 | 272pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Reinventing Public Service Television for the Digital Future By Mary Debrett
ISBN 978-1-84150-321-9 | 256pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2010 | @

ISBN 978-1-84150-183-3 | 416pp £34.95, $70 | PB | 2008 | @

Media in Europe Today Edited by Josef Trappel, Werner A. Meier, Leen d’Haenens, Jeanette Steemers and Barbara Thomass
ISBN 978-1-84150-403-2 | 288pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Media in the Enlarged Europe: Politics, Policy and Industry Edited by Alec Charles
ISBN 978-1-84150-998-3 | 240pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

Media, Markets & Public Spheres: European Media at the Crossroads Edited by Jostein Gripsrud and Lennart Weibull
ISBN 978-1-84150-305-9 | 328pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un) Representability Edited by Tristanne Connolly
ISBN 978-1-84150-322-6 | 316pp £29.95, $60 | HB | 2011 | @ Culture, Disease and Well-being: Grey Zone in Health and Illness

Switching to Digital Television: UK Public Policy and the Market By Michael Starks
ISBN 978-1-84150-172-7 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @

Television and Criticism Edited by Solange Davin and Rhona Jackson
ISBN 978-1-84150-147-5 | 128pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @

Misreading Postmodern Antigone: Marco Bellocchio’s Devil in the Flesh (Diavolo in Corpo) Edited by Jan Jagodzinski
ISBN 978-1-84150-361-5 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Myths: Decode Volume 1 Edited by Gabriel Solomons
ISBN 978-1-84150-981-5 | 114pp £10, N/A | PB | 2007 | @ Decode

NanoCulture: Implications of the New Technoscience Edited by N. Katherine Hayles
ISBN 978-1-84150-113-0 | 224pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2004 | @

Three Myths of Internet Governance Making Sense of Networks, Governance and Regulation By Richard Collins
ISBN 978-1-84150-233-5 | 208pp £19.95, $35 | PB | 2009 | @

Towards a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS Volume 2 Edited by Nico Carpentier and Jan Servaes
ISBN 978-1-84150-133-8 | 215pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2006 | @ ECREA

Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics: Changing the World? Edited by Liza Tsaliki, Asteris Huliaras and Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos
ISBN 978-1-84150-349-3 | 322pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

New Flows in Global TV By Albert Moran
ISBN 978-1-84150-194-9 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

One for the Girls! The Pleasures and Practices of Reading Women’s Porn By Clarissa Smith
ISBN 978-1-84150-164-2 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | HB | 2007 | @

People and Places of Nature and Culture By Rod Giblett
ISBN 978-1-84150-401-8 | 144pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @ Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments

Trends in Communication Policy Research: New Theories, Methods and Subjects Edited by Natascha Just and Manuel Puppis
ISBN 978-1-84150-467-4 | 400pp £55, $80 | HB | 2012 | @ ECREA

Trends in Functional Programming 10 Edited by Zoltan Horvath and Viktoria Zsok
ISBN 978-1-84150-405-6 | 192pp £34.95, $70 | PB | 2010 Trends in Functional Programming

TV Formats Worldwide: Localizing Global Programs Edited by Albert Moran
ISBN 978-1-84150-306-6 | 336pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @

People’s Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet By Katrien Jacobs
ISBN 978-1-84150-493-3 | 208pp £15.95, $25 | PB | 2011 | @

Philosophical Approaches to Communication By Claude Mangion
ISBN 978-1-84150-429-2 | 338pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2011 | @

Pop Up: Popular Music since 1945 By Anthony May and Cory Messenger
ISBN 978-1-84150-232-8 | 304pp £14.95, $25 | PB | 2012 | @

Twilight of the Goths: The Kingdom of Toledo, c. 565-711 By Harold Livermore
ISBN 978-1-84150-966-2 | 116pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2006 | @

Understanding the Global TV Format By Albert Moran and Justin Malbon
ISBN 978-1-84150-132-1 | 256pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @

Visual Communication: More Than Meets the Eye By Harry Jamieson
ISBN 978-1-84150-141-3 | 132pp £19.95, $40 | PB | 2006 | @

Press Freedom and Pluralism in Europe: Concepts and Conditions Edited by Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig and Eva Nowak
ISBN 978-1-84150-243-4 | 308pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2009 | @ ECREA

Professionalisation of Political Communication, The Edited by Ralph Negrine, Christina Holtz-Bacha, Paolo Mancini and Stylianos Papathanassopoulos
ISBN 978-1-84150-159-8 | 192pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2007 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe

Propaganda of Peace, The: The Role of Media and Culture in the Northern Ireland Peace Process By Greg McLaughlin and Stephen Baker
ISBN 978-1-84150-272-4 | 176pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2010 | @

Visual Cultures By James Elkins
ISBN 978-1-84150-307-3 | 118pp £22.95, $40 | PB | 2010 | @

Visualizing Anthropology: Experimenting with Image-Based Ethnography Edited by Anna Grimshaw and Amanda Ravetz
ISBN 978-1-84150-112-3 | 250pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2005 | @

We Europeans? Media, Representations and Identities Edited by William Uricchio
ISBN 978-1-84150-207-6 | 304pp £24.95, $50 | PB | 2008 | @ Changing Media, Changing Europe



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