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I.B.Tauris 2014 Dear Reader, We are delighted to introduce our latest catalogue of titles in Visual Culture. As ever, the list demonstrates our commitment to publishing fine critical writing and cutting-edge scholarship on contemporary art, photography and architecture, international cinema and media, cultural and media theory, fashion design and popular culture. Brand new to our publishing this year are four new innovative series. The Drawing In series challenges the boundaries of contemporary drawing, and the Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East series from Ibraaz examines the current production, reception and dissemination of visual culture within the Middle East, North Africa and beyond. Distilled into ten volumes, the Behind the Silver Screen series will cover for the first time the collaborative art, craft, business and history of filmmaking from inception to reality. The Library of Gender and Popular Culture explores the intersection of gender and popular culture engaging with a variety of texts – drawn primarily from Art, fashion TV, Cinema, Cultural Studies and Media Studies – as a way of considering various models for understanding the complimentary relationship between gender identities and popular culture. We are privileged to work with authors dedicated to developing exciting new approaches and offering fresh perspectives in the world of the visual arts and we welcome new proposals from writers similarly passionate about their subjects. With best wishes, Philippa Brewster Anna Coatman Senior Editor:Visual Culture Editor:Visual Culture philippabrewster@gmail.com acoatman@ibtauris.com pbrewster@ibtauris.com I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd., 6 Salem Road,London W2 4BU T: +44 (0) 20 7243 1225 F: +44 (0) 20 7234 1226 E: mail@ibtauris.com W: www.ibtauris.com

CONTENTS ART AND CRITICAL THEORY 2–12 PHOTOGRAPHY 12–14 ARCHITECTURE 14 FASHION & DESIGN 15–16 FILM 17–33 WORLD CINEMA 17–26 HOLLYWOOD AND AMERICAN CINEMA 26–28 BRITISH CINEMA 28–30 RUSSIAN AND SOVIET CINEMA 30–32 TELEVISION 32–37 TV HISTORY 32–33 CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION 33–36 SCI-FI AND FANTASY TV 36–37 POPULAR CULTURE 37–39 INTERNATIONAL MEDIA 39–41 JOURNALISM 41 INDEX AND ORDER FORM 42–44

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WRITING ON THE IMAGE PHOTOGRAPHY AND Architecture, the City and the CYPRUS

John Tusa

Politics of Representation Mark Dorrian

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Time, Place and Identity Liz Wells, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert and Nicos Philippou (Eds) See page 13

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Behind the Silver Screen, Vol. 1 Patrick Keating See page 21

JOSS WHEDON, A CREATIVE PORTRAIT

THE FILMS OF CLAIRE DENIS

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From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Marvel’s The Avengers David Lavery

Intimacy on the Border Marjorie Vecchio (Ed.), Foreword by Wim Wenders

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PAIN IN THE ARTS

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Art and Critical Theory ENCOUNTERS BEYOND THE GALLERY NEW

BLACK ARTISTS IN BRITISH ART

Relational Aesthetics and Cultural Difference Renate Dohmen

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A History from 1950 to the Present Eddie Chambers, University of Texas at Austin

Black artists have been making major contributions to the British art scene for decades, since at least the middle of the twentieth century. Sometimes, these artists – with backgrounds in the countries of Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia – were regarded and embraced as British practitioners of note and merit. At other times, particularly during the 1970s and 1980s, they were not. In response, on occasion, Britain’s black artists came together and made their own exhibitions or created their own gallery spaces. In this book, Eddie Chambers tells the story of Britain’s black artists, from the 1950s onwards, including the contemporary art of Steve McQueen, Chris Ofili and Yinka Shonibare.

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THE EXTRAORDINARY ARCHIVE OF ARTHUR J. MUNBY NEW

Photographing Class and Gender in the Nineteenth Century Sarah Edge, University of Ulster

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DIGITAL ART

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A History Nicholas Lambert, Birkbeck College, University of London

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INTERSUBJECTIVE ENCOUNTERS NEW

Re-examining the Work of Adrian Rifkin Dana Arnold, University of Southampton (Ed.)

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ART AND THE HOME

In the mid-1860s Arthur J Munby began to collect the first mass-produced photographic images of working-class women in England, recording fascinating details about the women, the places he purchased the photographs and the raging debates on this new commercial practice of photography, in accompanying diaries. 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780766973 HARDBACK £58.00 75 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF VISUAL CULTURE

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Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday Imogen Racz, Coventry University

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THE FEMALE BODY IN THE LOOKING-GLASS NEW

Contemporary Art, Aesthetics and Genderland Basia Sliwinska

The home is a rich theme running through post-war western art, and it continues to engage contemporary artists today – yet it has been the subject of relatively little critical writing. Art and the Home: Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday is the first single-authored, up-to-date book on the subject. 224 PAGES 234 X 156MM MAY 2014 9781780762005 HARDBACK £56.00 9781780762012 PAPERBACK £16.99 18 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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Reviewing the Past and Anticipating the Future of Women’s Art Practice Maria Walsh and Mo Throp

ANTIPOLITICS IN CENTRAL EUROPEAN ART NEW

HENRY MOORE IN AMERICA NEW

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Art, Business and the Special Relationship Pauline Rose, University of Bournemouth

Reticence as Dissidence under PostTotalitarian Rule 1956– 1989 Klara Kemp-Welch, Courtauld Institute of Art, London

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MATERIAL INVENTIONS

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Applying Creative Arts Research Estelle Barrett, Deakin University, Melbourne and Barbara Bolt, University of Melbourne (Eds) MAKE Magazine began life in 1983 as the Women Artists Slide Library Newsletter and culminated with a full colour 100 page final issue in 2002, as Make: the Magazine of Women’s Art. In keeping with the spirit of the ‘original’ magazine, this anthology presents exhibition and book reviews, interviews and features. 256 PAGES 246 X 189MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780767574 HARDBACK £56.00 9781780767581 PAPERBACK £16.99 16 COLOUR IN 8PP PLATES, 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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INERT CITIES

The measurement of the significance and ‘impact’ of research is absolutely paramount in today’s academic world – as evidenced by the recent introductions of research assessment exercises in the UK, Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand. This book offers new and original ways of conceptualizing impact and innovation in creative arts research, demonstrating how artistic research is capable of solving real-life problems and presenting transforming accounts of the world. 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780769868 HARDBACK £59.50 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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PRACTICE AS RESEARCH

Approaches to Creative Arts Enquiry Estelle Barrett and Barbara Bolt (Eds)

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Globalization, Mobility and Suspension in Visual Culture

Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, University of New South Wales and Christoph Lindner, University of Amsterdam We usually associate contemporary urban life with movement and speed. But what about those instances when the forms of mobility associated with globalized cities – the flow of capital, people, labour and information – freeze, or decelerate? How can we assess the value of interruption in a city? What does valuing stillness mean in regards to the forward march of globalization? Bringing together original contributions by international specialists from the fields of architecture, photography, film, sociology and cultural analysis, this cutting-edge book considers the poetics and politics of inertia in cities and encourages a re-assessment of what it means to be urban. JULY 2014 224 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780769738 PAPERBACK £17.99 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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CARNAL KNOWLEDGE

Towards a ‘New Materialism’ through the Arts Estelle Barrett and Barbara Bolt (Eds)

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THE MAKE ANTHOLOGY

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Art and Critical Theory NEW YORK, NEW WAVE

RENEGOTIATING THE BODY

Feminist Art in 1970s London Kathy Battista

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The Legacy of Feminist Artists in Emerging Practices Kathy Battista, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York

New York is a centre of creative production for an exciting, emerging generation of women artists. Their work investigates themes such as the body as medium and subject matter; the deconstruction of the existing patriarchal order of the art world; the appropriation of earlier art historical references; and the use of so-called abject and everyday materials. New York, New Wave investigates the relevance of earlier feminist practice for this ‘new’ generation, asking: does gender difference still play a role in today’s practice? How can younger women artists embrace a radical political ideology and yet remain market friendly? How far have these artists diverged from the established feminist ‘tradition’?

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INSIDE THE FREUD MUSEUM NEW

Art, Curating and SiteResponsivity Giovanna Morra and Joanne Morra, University of the Arts, London

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VISIONS OF THE HUMAN NEW

UNICA ZÜRN

Art, World War I and the Modernist Subject Tom Slevin, University of Creative Arts, Kent

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Anagrams and Automatism in Post-war Surrealism Esra Plumer

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TOUCHING AND IMAGINING NEW

Taking us on a journey through the ‘siteresponsive’ artworks, exhibitions and curatorial practices that intervene in the objects, spaces and memories of the Freud Museums, Joanne Morra offers a fresh experience of the history and practice of psychoanalysis, of museums and contemporary art 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2014 9781780762067 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780762074 PAPERBACK £17.99 80 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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BREACHING BORDERS NEW

Art, Migrants and Metaphors of Waste Juliet Steyn, City University, London and Nadja Stamselberg, University of London (Eds)

An Introduction to Tactile Art Jan Svankmajer, English translation by Stanley Dalby, Introduction by Cathryn Vasseleu Jan Švankmajer wrote this remarkable book on tactile art when he stopped directing films after censorship by the Czechoslovakian government and experimented intensively with tactile phenomena and the creative imagination. Illustrated with over 100 images, the book is organized around many reproductions of Švankmajer’s wondrous tactile art objects, tactile poems, experiments and games. 224 PAGES 244 X 171MM MARCH 2014 9781780761466 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780761473 PAPERBACK £16.99 90 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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TIME TO PLAY

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Materiality, Photography and Society Michael A. Crang

‘Play art’ or interactive art is becoming a central concept in the contemporary art world, disrupting the traditional role of passive observance usually assumed by audiences, allowing them active participation. The work of ‘play’ artists – from Carsten Höller’s ‘Test Site’ at the Tate Modern to Gabriel Orozco’s ‘Ping Pond Table’ – must be touched, influenced and experienced; the gallery-goer is no longer a spectator but a co-creator. 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM JUNE 2014 9781780763033 HARDBACK £56.00 9781780763040 PAPERBACK £18.99 8 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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Action and Interaction in Contemporary Art Katarzyna Zimna

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ALBERTO GIACOMETTI

UGLINESS

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The Non-Beautiful in Art and Theory Andrei Pop and Mechtild Widrich (Eds)

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The Art of Relation Timothy Mathews, UCL

Ugliness is very much alive in the history of art. From ritual invocations of mythic monsters to the scare tactics of the early 20th-century avant-garde, from the cabinet of curiosities to the identity politics of today, the ugly has been every bit as active as the beautiful, and often much more of a reality… Why then has it been so neglected? This book seeks to remedy this oversight through both broad theoretical reflection and concrete case studies of ugliness in various historical and cultural contexts. 328 PAGES 234 X 156MM DECEMBER 2013 9781780766454 HARDBACK £62.00 71 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INT. LIB. OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

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Timothy Mathews explores the themes of fragility, trauma, space, and relationality in Giacometti’s art and the texts that respond or refer to them: the novels of W.G. Sebald, Samuel Beckett and Cees Nooteboom, and the theories of Bertolt Brecht, Maurice Blanchot and Walter Benjamin. This book asks what encounters with Giacometti’s pieces can tell us about the history of our own time, and our ways of looking; about the nature of human attachment, and the humility of relating to art. 304 PAGES 234 X 156MM NOVEMBER 2013 9781780767864 HARDBACK £59.50 9781780767871 PAPERBACK £17.99 25 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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ENGAGED WITH THE ARTS

Writings from the Frontline John Tusa

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PAIN IN THE ARTS NEW

John Tusa

Over a distinguished career in cultural leadership, management and journalism spanning almost 30 years, John Tusa has amassed a unique experience of the arts world, the political controversies it faces and the battles it continues to fight. His new book is a fearless and passionate defence of the performing and visual arts at a time of increasing Pain in the Arts. ‘It’s essential this book is read by anyone in the arts or passionate about the arts. As the inspirational director of the Clore Leadership Programme he is nurturing the talented young people who will ensure this country continues to have world beating arts and culture. His writing is wise, insightful ... And fun.’ – Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC MAY 2014 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM 9781780768175 HARDBACK £25.00

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WASTESCAPES

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Art and Critical Theory NEW SERIES

IBRAAZ

Contemporary Visual Culture in the Middle East and North Africa

Series Editor: Anthony Downey I.B.Tauris and Ibraaz Publishing are pleased to introduce an exciting new book series: Contemporary Visual Culture in the Middle and East North Africa. Focusing on historical and global contexts, this series will examine the current production, reception and dissemination of visual culture within the Middle East, North Africa and beyond. Ibraaz is the leading online critical forum for contemporary visual culture in the Middle East and North Africa. Contemporary Visual Culture in the Middle and East North Africa.will maintain current scholarly accounts of developments in the region and draw upon the immediacy of work by internationally renowned and emerging academics, writers, artists, museum directors, curators, activists and filmmakers. Whilst recent events have given topical purchase to debates about the perceived role of culture during a time of revolution and crisis, books in this series will seek to ground these discussions in the historical conditions that have informed contemporary cultural practices and the institutional contexts out of which they have emerged over the last two decades.

UNCOMMON GROUNDS

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New Media and Critical Practice in the Middle East and North Africa Anthony Downey (Ed.) This is the first book to explore the prominent role that new media has come to play in artistic practices and the public sphere in the Middle East and North Africa today. Inside, writers and artists from within and without the region consider the ways in which contemporary art both engages with and challenges social activism. Contemporary artists are not only developing the critical field of new media, but are also being co-opted on a global level, via mass media, into the aesthetics of revolution and the art of protest. The first volume in the Ibraaz series, Uncommon Grounds features cutting-edge critical analyses and original, full-colour artists’ inserts. 240 PAGES 234 X 156MM JUNE 2014 9781784530358 PAPERBACK £17.99

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CONCENTRATIONARY MEMORIES

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Totalitarian Terror and Cultural Resistance

TERRORIST TRANSGRESSIONS NEW

Gender and the Visual Culture of the Terrorist Sue Malvern, University of Reading and Gabriel Koureas, Birkbeck University of London (Eds)

Griselda Pollock and Max Silvermann both at University of Leeds (Eds) Through readings of film, art, photographic and literary practices, Concentrationary Memories analyses different cultural responses to concentrationary terror in the postwar period, ranging from Auschwitz to Argentina. These readings show how those involved in the cultural production of memories of the horror of totalitarianism sought to find forms, languages and image systems which could make sense of and resist the post-war condition in which, as Hannah Arendt famously stated, ‘everything is possible’ and ‘human beings as human beings become superfluous’. DECEMBER 2013 336 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780768960 HARDBACK £59.50 88 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Are popular myths inscribed within images of terrorists? This innovative book discusses how agency is attributed to representation through invocations and inversions of gender stereotypes. 272 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2013 9781780767017 HARDBACK £59.50 28 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CULTURAL STUDIES

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HYPERDRAWING Beyond the Lines of Contemporary Art TRACEY

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Through the Lines of Contemporary Art TRACEY

This is the third book in the innovative TRACEY series on contemporary drawing. Drawing Ambiguity builds upon its predecessors, Drawing Now and Hyperdrawing, by proposing that a position of ambiguity, a lack of definition, is not only desirable within fine art drawing but also necessary – having the capacity to enable and sustain drawing practices. What happens if we are ambivalent to what is drawing, or what drawing is? The Editors Russell Marshall and Phil Sawdon bring together seven invited contributions to offer multiple perspectives from within and without the fine art drawing field to respond to these questions. Contributors include artist Ilana Halperin, artist-researcher Deborah Harty, artist and founder member of the group Underworld Karl Hyde, the creative collaboration Kreider + O’Leary, artist, writer Michael Phillipson, artist, academic Rob Ward, editors Marshall and Sawdon together with an Introduction by the artist, writer, curator Derek Horton.

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DRAWING NOW Between the Lines of Contemporary Art TRACEY 218 PAGES 254 X 254MM AVAILABLE 9781845115333 PAPERBACK £18.99 128 ILLUSTRATIONS

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Drawing In

Series Editors: Russell Marshall, Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon In recent years, ‘thinking though drawing’ has become a ubiquitous trope – not only in the arts, but in the sciences and humanities too. This affords an exciting opportunity for sustained intellectual dialogues to emerge within, between and without traditional disciplinary boundaries. Drawing In provides a space where new perspectives and critical approaches in drawing can be brought together and explored. This innovative series includes books for general readers, scholarly monographs and edited anthologies – which emerge from the diverse fields of art and design history and theory, fine art, design, drawing pedagogy, technology, geography, science, engineering and even medicine. Some are practice-led and driven by creative textual strategies that move beyond the page; all contribute original perspectives on how drawing facilitates and manifests the production, acquisition and understanding of knowledge. For more information contact Anna Coatman (acoatman@ibtauris.com)

DRAWING DIFFERENCE

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An Allotropic Approach Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon

Could the increasing prominence of both drawing and feminist practice in the arts since the mid-1970s be more than coincidental? Drawing Difference argues for an allotropic relationship between difference and drawing, a relationship of elemental connection, where each shares significant affinities of context and convention. The book begins with a close reading of three works (by Annette Messager, Dorothea Rockburne, Carolee Schneemann) from the 1970s that are of critical interest to both feminist art history and the on-going development of fine art drawing as a field in its own right. These three ‘keyworks’ are brought into dialogue with a small number of more contemporary drawing practices (Marco Maggi, Toba Khedoori, Susan Hauptmann, Sian Bowen among others), such that they become (re)iterative sites, active and repetitive marks, inscribing meaning in differing formations with each appearance. An allotropic approach unfolds the argument in three parts (Approaching,Tropes, Coinciding) through detailed attention to, and the creative attenuation of, shared tropes (Dialogue, Matter, Open). 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM FEBRUARY 2015 9781784530266 HARDBACK £52.50 9781784530273 PAPERBACK £16.99 50 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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DRAWING AMBIGUITY

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Art and Critical Theory THE ORIGINS OF ROMANTIC PAINTING NEW

Delacroix and His Forgotten World Margaret MacNamidhe, University of Chicago

MONOCHROME

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Darkness and Light in Contemporary Art Craig Staff

Drawing together art criticism – including Stendhal’s longneglected writings on painting – and art theory, philosophy, literary criticism and theatre, Margaret MacNamidhe demonstrates that Delacroix was a more complicated and rewarding painter than he has been taken to be. What emerges from this fascinating, original study is a wholly new way of thinking about French painting in the 1820s and beyond. This brilliant close reading compels a rethinking not only of Delacroix’s place in art history, but also of Romanticism’s place in the tradition of French painting. 256 PAGES 280X240MM NOVEMBER 2014 9781780769370 HARDBACK £29.50 60 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS

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POETIC BIOPOLITICS

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Political and Ethical Practices in the Arts Peg Rawes, Tim Mathews and Stephen Loo Can the often destructive effects and affects of biopolitical power structures can be ‘poeticized’ and deconstructed through the arts and humanities? Poetic Biopolitics offers an interdisciplinary response to the contemporary global crisis of community conflict, social and environmental wellbeing. Bringing performative and visual poetics into close proximity with critical theory and feminist philosophy, the book examines the complex expressions of our physical and psychic lives through artefact, body, dialogue, image, installation and word. 352 PAGES 234 X 156MM JUNE 2014 9781780769127 HARDBACK £65.00 50 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Taking the stated ambitions of monochrome painting as a critically thematic point of departure, Monochrome: Darkness and Light in Contemporary Art will consider how it has remained a vital and compelling aspect of contemporary art over the last twenty years. This book presents a particular and pointed account of the monochrome’s presence within the more situated and multifarious contexts of art today. 224 PAGES 234 X 156MM DECEMBER 2014 9781784530488 HARDBACK 359.50 9781784530495 PAPERBACK £17.99 50 COLOUR IN 32PP PLATES

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CONTEMPORARY THINKERS REFRAMED

INTERPRETING KEY THINKERS FOR THE ARTS

Are you baffled by Baudrillard? Dazed by Deleuze? Confused by Kristeva? Other guides can feel as impenetrable as the original texts to those who ‘think in images’. Contemporary Thinkers Reframed instead uses the language of the arts to explore the usefulness in practice of complex ideas. Short, contemporary and accessible, these lively books utilize actual examples of artworks, films, television shows, works of architecture, fashion and even computer games to explain and explore the work of the most commonly taught thinkers. Conceived specifically for the visually minded, the series will prove invaluable to students right across the visual arts.

AGAMBEN REFRAMED

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts Dan Smith, Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London One of the most influential living cultural theorists, Agamben’s ideas continue to engage and trouble students for whom he is an ever more vital part of the theoretical terrain. The first book to offer an accessible account of Agamben’s work in relation to visual culture, Agamben Reframed turns Agamben’s model of politics into a powerful and convincing account of art. Seeking a sustained encounter between contemporary visual culture and Agamben’s world of critical ideas, Dan Smith examines works that mirror the extreme and difficult topography of Agamben. Ideas of the destruction of real experience and the groundlessness of everyday life feed into the contested presence of the body as spectacle and commodity to demand the reimagining of modes of representation as well as social and political forms. DECEMBER 2014 160 PAGES 174 X 124MM 9781780762616 PAPERBACK £12.99

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BADIOU REFRAMED

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Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Alex Ling, University of Melbourne

He has been regarded with suspicion by some, as an anti-postmodernist who dared to write about unfashionable concepts such as truth and meaning. But in recent years, the philosopher Alain Badiou has risen in prominence, pioneering new ways to produce, conceptualise and discover art. Badiou Reframed is an original book about an original thinker which applies – for the first time – Badiou’s philosophy to the visual arts. The three central concepts of this philosophy – ‘being and appearing’, ‘event and subject’ and ‘truth and ethics’ – are elucidated through detailed analysis of a range of visual artworks, including the films of Jean-Luc Godard, Marcel Duchamp’s readymades, the cubist works of Picasso and Braque, the sculpture of Constantin Brancusi and Ossip Zadkine, Kazimir Malevich’s suprematist paintings and Steve McQueen’s film Hunger. In focusing on Badiou’s critical relationship with the visual arts, Alex Ling reinterprets and represents not only the man, but art itself. SEPTEMBER 2014 160 PAGES 174 X 124MM 9781780762609 PAPERBACK £12.99

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Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts Graham Jones, Federation University Lyotard’s thoughts on the postmodern have often been misunderstood or misrepresented. Lyotard Reframed provides a clear and original introduction to Lyotard’s work on the postmodern and his philosophy more generally, demonstrating its on-going relevance to creative endeavour and debates concerning the value and significance of the visual arts. It also situates Lyotard’s discussion of the postmodern in the context of his other key concepts: the Figural, the Libidinal and the Sublime. Written for students, teachers and those interested in the arts more generally, ‘Lyotard Reframed’ employs numerous examples drawn from painting, cinema and comic books, to illustrate the significance of these ideas and to explore their links with phenomenology, Marxism, structuralism, psychoanalysis and deconstruction. It also presents a glossary of relevant concepts and a useful guide to further reading. JANUARY 2014 160 PAGES 174 X 124MM 9781845116804 PAPERBACK £12.99

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ALSO AVAILABLE IN THIS SERIES: ADORNO REFRAMED

DELEUZE REFRAMED

HEIDEGGER REFRAMED

Geoffrey Boucher

Damian Sutton and David Martin-Jones

Barbara Bolt

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BAKHTIN REFRAMED

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K. Malcolm Richards

Estelle Barrett

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Paul Elliott

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TECHNOVISUALITY

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An Art History Matt Lodder

The Architecture of Sign, Subjects and Site Kristen Kreider, Royal Holloway, University of London

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Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Kim Toffoletti

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Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

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POETICS AND PLACE NEW

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Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Deborah Haynes

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

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The Politics and Culture of Technology and New Media Helen Grace (Ed.)

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Art and Critical Theory


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Art and Critical Theory Art and …

Art and … is a series of intelligently written and highly readable illustrated books for the gallery-goer and student.The series takes as its starting points both that art matters – that it has a real and important connection to the world in which we live – and that contemporary art, sometimes difficult or unapproachable, need not equate to difficult writing. In selecting themes, we have aligned art with those perennial issues such as sex and war which trouble generation after generation, as well as those specifically contemporary issues – recent scientific advances and advertising for example – to show how art both reflects and influences the wider world.

ART AND ADVERTISING

ART AND LAUGHTER

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Joan Gibbons

Sheri Klein

ART AND ANIMALS

ART AND SEX Gray Watson

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ART AND DEATH

ART AND WAR

ART AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

Chris Townsend

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Laura Brandon

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Maria Walsh

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THE ETHICS OF VISUALITY

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LITTLE MADNESSES

Levinas and the Contemporary Gaze

ART AND POLITICS

Winnicott, Transitional Phenomena and Cultural Experience

Hagi Kenaan

The Human Monster in Visual Culture

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Kerstin Mey

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MONSTROSITY

Siân Ede

ART AND OBSCENITY

Giovanni Aloi

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ART AND SCIENCE

Annette Kuhn (Ed.), Foreword by Lesley Caldwell

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A Small History of Art for Social Change Since 1945

Claudia Mesch

VISUALIZING FEELING

Affect and the Feminine Avantgarde

OLD MISTRESSES

Alexa Wright

Women, Art and Ideology

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Susan Best

Rozsika Parker and Griselda Pollock 224 PAGES 246 X 189MM AVAILABLE 9781780764047 PAPERBACK £14.99 60 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

LYNDA BENGLIS Beyond process

Susan Richmond

Visual Culture and the Nomadism of Representation

Performance Art in Russia, Latvia and Poland since 1980

Natasha Eaton

Amy Bryzgel

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COLOUR, ART AND EMPIRE

PERFORMING THE EAST

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Art and Critical Theory After theory: do we abandon ‘the theoretical turn’, or do we work with it differently? The New Encounters series brings together major international commentators and also introduces a new generation of thinkers. Resisting both the rejection of theory and the current displacement of art history in favour of visual culture, New Encounters instead rejuvenates both approaches. Marked out by their critical engagement with and close informed readings of images, texts and cultural events, these books employ fresh feminist, postcolonial and queer perspectives. New Encounters also showcases exciting new volumes which revisit key figures in 20th-century art through highly original feminist approaches.

VISUAL POLITICS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS Art and the Image in Post-Traumatic Cultures Griselda Pollock (Ed.)

In this innovative collection, a distinguished group of international authors dare to think psychoanalytically about the legacies of political violence and suffering in relation to post-traumatic cultures worldwide. They build on maverick art historian Aby Warburg’s project of combining social, cultural, anthropological and psychological analyses of the image in order to track the undercurrents of cultural violence in the representational repertoire of Western modernity. Drawing on postcolonial and feminist theory, they analyze the image and the aesthetic in conditions of historical trauma, from enslavement and colonization to the Irish Famine, from Denmark’s national trauma about migrants and cartoons to collective shock after 9/11, from individual traumas of loss registered in allegory to newsreels and documentaries on suicide bombing in Israel/Palestine and from Kristeva’s novels to Kathryn Bigelow’s cinema. 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780763156 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780763163 PAPERBACK £18.99 60 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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AUSCHWITZ AND AFTERIMAGES

CONCEPTUAL ODYSSEYS

Nicholas Chare

Griselda Pollock (Ed.) Introduction by Mieke Bal

Abjection, Witnessing and Representation

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BLUEBEARD’S LEGACY

Activism and Other ‘Not-Art’

Alana Jelinek

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HELEN CHADWICK

Constructing Identities between Art and Architecture

Stephen Walker

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Vanessa Corby

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THE SACRED AND THE FEMININE

DIGITAL AND OTHER VIRTUALITIES

Imagination and Sexual Difference

Griselda Pollock and Victoria Turvey-Sauron (Eds)

Renegotiating the Image

Griselda Pollock and Victoria Anderson (Eds)

THIS IS NOT ART

Longing, Belonging and Displacement

Passages to Cultural Analysis

Death and Secrets from Bartók to Hitchcock 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM AVAILABLE 9781845116330 PAPERBACK £19.99 30 ILLUSTRATIONS

EVA HESSE

Antony Bryant and Griselda Pollock (Eds)

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ART AND THE CITY Nicolas Whybrow

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CARNAL AESTHETICS

Transgressive Imagery and Feminist Politics

Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg (Eds)

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JUNK

Art and the Politics of Trash

Gillian Whiteley

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AFTERSHOCK

The Ethics of Contemporary Transgressive Art

Kieran Cashell

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Art and Critical Theory GORDON MATTACLARK

WRITING THE IMAGE

Stephen Walker

Yve Lomax, Contribution by Irit Rogoff

Art, Architecture and the Attack on Modernism

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An Adventure with Art and Theory

PRACTICAL AESTHETICS

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GENDER, MODERNITY AND LIBERTY Middle Eastern and Western Women’s Writings: a Critical Sourcebook

Reina Lewis and Nancy Micklewright (Eds)

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RETHINKING ORIENTALISM

In Their Own Words

Women, Travel and the Ottoman Harem

Rebecca Fortnum

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READING ART, READING IRIGARAY

Reina Lewis

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CHARLES SHEELER

The Politics of Art by Women

ART AND TRAUMA IN AFRICA

American Modernism and the Borders of Abstraction

Hilary Robinson

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Representations of Reconciliation in Music, Visual Arts, Literature and Film

Mark Rawlinson

Language, Singularity and Perseverance

Yve Lomax

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CONTEMPORARY BRITISH WOMEN ARTISTS

Barbara Bolt

PASSIONATE BEING

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Yve Lomax

The Performative Power of the Image

Judith Rugg

Escapades in Dialogue and Matters of Art, Nature and Time

Jill Bennett

ART BEYOND REPRESENTATION

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Issues of Space and Internationalism

SOUNDING THE EVENT

Events, Affect and Art after 9/11

EXPLORING SITE-SPECIFIC ART

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BOHEMIANS

The Glamorous Outlaws

Elizabeth Wilson

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Photography DIGITAL SNAPS

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Lizelle Bisschoff and Stefanie Van de Peer

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SEEING FROM ABOVE

The New Face of Photography Jonas Larsen, Roskilde University, Denmark and Mette Sandbye, University of Copenhagen Photography as an everyday practice is once again changing dramatically. At this moment of transition from analogue to digital, Digital Snaps aims to develop a new media ecology that can accommodate these changes to photography ‘as we know it’. Expert contributors representing varied disciplines demonstrate how and to what extent the traditional social practices, technologies and images of analogue photography are being transformed with digital photography. 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM DECEMBER 2013 9781780763316 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780763323 PAPERBACK £16.99 35 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF VISUAL CULTURE,VOL. 7

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A Cultural History of the Aerial View Mark Dorrian, University of Edinburgh and Frédéric Pousin 320 PAGES 189 X 246MM AVAILABLE 9781780764603 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780764610 PAPERBACK £15.99 85 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Photography PHOTOGRAPHY AND CYPRUS NEW

Time, Place and Identity Liz Wells, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert and Nicos Philippou (Eds)

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A New History and Future of the Photographic Image Jai McKenzie, Sydney College of the Arts

Light and Photomedia proposes that, regardless of technological change, the history and future of photomedia are essentially connected to light: it is a fundamental property of photomedia, binding with space and time to form and inform new, explicitly light-based structures and experiences. Jai McKenzie identifies light-space-time structures throughout the history of photomedia, from the early image machines through analogue and digital image machines to the present day. She proposes that they will continue to develop in the future, and takes us to future image machines of the year 2039.

Formerly a British colony, the island of Cyprus is now a divided country, where histories of political and cultural conflicts remain contested. Cyprus provides the ideal case study for this innovative exploration, extensively illustrated, of how the practice of photography in relation to its political, cultural and economic contexts both contributes and responds to the formation of identity.

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From Talbot to Ruscha and Beyond

Soldiers’ Inside View of War

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Photography and International Conflict Liam Kennedy and Caitlin Patrick (Eds)

Patrizia Di Bello, Colette Wilson and Shamoon Zamir

Janina Struk

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DOMAINS OF INFLUENCE

Arab Women Business leaders in a New Economy

Jacqueline Hassink

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LAND MATTERS Photography has visualized international relations and conflicts from the midnineteenth century onwards and continues to be an important medium in framing the worlds of distant and suffering others. The Violence of the Image examines the roles of image producers and the functions of photographic imagery in the documentation and communication of wars, violent conflicts and human rights issues.

THE PHOTOBOOK

PRIVATE PICTURES

THE VIOLENCE OF THE IMAGE

Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity

Liz Wells

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND SURREALISM Sexuality, Colonialism and Social Dissent

David Bate

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WATCHING THE WORLD CHANGE The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11

David Friend

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Photography STREET PHOTOGRAPHY From Atget to Cartier-Bresson

PICTURING PLACE

CLAUDE CAHUN

A Sensual Politics of Photography

Photography and the Geographical Imagination

Gen Doy

Clive Scott

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Joan M. Schwartz and James R. Ryan

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Architecture WRITING ON THE IMAGE

PARTICIPATION IN ART AND ARCHITECTURE

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NEW

Spaces of Interaction and Occupation Martino Stierli and Mechtild Widrich (Eds)

Architecture, the City and the Politics of Representation Mark Dorrian

This book brings together a series of critical writings developed over the last twelve years by Mark Dorrian. Focusing on issues of elevated vision, spectacle, atmosphere and the limits of aesthetic experience, it presents new kinds of readings of key phenomena in historical and contemporary visual culture. Seamlessly traversing sources drawn from architecture, art, literature and film, the collection offers startlingly innovative explorations of material ranging from the optical politics of George IV’s visit to Edinburgh in 1822, to the Cold War context of Charles and Ray Eames’ celebrated film Powers of Ten, to the visual phonicity of Anish Kapoor’s gargantuan artwork Marsyas. JULY 2014 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM 9781784530389 HARDBACK £56.00 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Since the revolutionary unrest of the 1960s, the concept of ‘participation’ in art and architecture has lost its utopian glow and become part of a debate about the role of the spectator and dweller in space. Critics see in participation only technocratic control, while others embrace it as a viable politics in an era of global capitalism. 320 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2014 9781784530303 HARDBACK £62.00 50 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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UNDERSTANDING ARCHITECTURE

Styles and Structures from the Pyramids to Post Modernism

Marco Bussagli

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ADOLF LOOS

SITE-WRITING

Joseph Masheck,

Jane Rendell

THE DELIRIOUS MUSEUM

ART AND ARCHITECTURE

The Art of Architecture

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A Journey from the Louvre to Las Vegas

Calum Storrie

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The Architecture of Art Criticism 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM AVAILABLE 9781845119997 PAPERBACK £17.99 80 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS

A Place Between

Jane Rendell

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Fashion and Design NEW

Dressing for Deviance Joanne Turney, Bath Spa University

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Uniform, Civilian Clothing and Trappings, 1914–1918 Nina Edwards

Fashionable clothing, in both revealing and concealing the body, is an excellent communicator of a person’s identity, which in turn can assume social and moral significance in coding someone as ‘respectable’ or as an outsider; as deviant. This book explores the relationship between fashion and criminality. It sets out to develop from interdisciplinary perspectives, new ways of seeing everyday dress and the individual body in the public space. 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM NOVEMBER 2014 9781780766980 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780766997 PAPERBACK £16.99 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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DRESS BEHIND BARS

FASHIONING THE FEMININE

Prison Clothing as Criminality ‘Clothes have a language that illuminates the social and cultural significance of the circumstances in which they are worn. This is particularly true in wartime. Dressed for War is a fascinating and immensely readable account of what and how both the military, and civilians dressed, during the First World War. An apparently trivial subject turns out to have a profundity that adds a rich dimension to our understanding of the Great War in this its centenary year.’ – Juliet Gardiner

Juliet Ash

ADORNED IN DREAMS Fashion and Modernity

Elizabeth Wilson

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VENUS AND FURS

FASHIONING THE CITY

Alison Bancroft

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The Cultural Politics of Fur

Paris, Fashion and the Media

Julia V. Emberley

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Agnès Rocamora

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THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN

FASHION, DESIRE AND ANXIETY

THE SUBVERSIVE STITCH

Harriet Atkinson, Foreword by Mary Banham

Rebecca Arnold

Rozsika Parker

A Land and its People

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Rebecca Arnold

Styling the Self

Cheryl Buckley and Hilary Fawcett

Fashion, Sportswear and the Image of Women in 1930s and 1940s New York

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FASHION AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

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THE AMERICAN LOOK

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Representation and Women’s Fashion from the Fin de Siècle to the Present

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ON THE BUTTON The Significance of an Ordinary Item

Nina Edwards

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Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine

Image and Morality in the Twentieth Century

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FASHION AS PHOTOGRAPH

Viewing and Reviewing Images of Fashion

Eugenie Shinkle (Ed.)

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FASHION CRIMES

DRESSED FOR WAR


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Fashion and Design

Exploring the connections between clothing, commerce and creativity in global contexts Series Editors: Reina Lewis and Elizabeth Wilson Advisory Board: Christopher Breward, Hazel Clarke, Joanne Entwistle, Caroline Evans, Susan Kaiser, Angela McRobbie, Hiroshi Narumi, Peter O’Neill, Özlem Sandıkçı, Simona Segre-Rerinach The Dress Cultures series aims to bring the best of international scholarship on the historical and contemporary study of dress and material culture into creative dialogue with sociological, political and economic analyses of fashion and the fashion industry. The series includes monographs and texts designed for scholars, students and followers of fashion, with relevance for cultural studies, politics, economics and cultural and social history, written accessibly and representing their authors’ innovative scholarship. Dress Cultures represents the best of new research in books that: • Explore Western, non-Western and diaspora dress cultures. • Map the evolving geographies of fashion and retail as informed by a historicized understanding of production, distribution, mediation and consumption. • Examine modern and historical dress and material culture. • Trace the ways in which production, marketing and purchasing of clothes in a global context fashions individual and collective identities. • Explore the representation and regulation of the clothed body. • Investigate tensions between the homogenizing aesthetics of globalization and localized distinction and differentiation.

THINKING THROUGH FASHION

NEW

A Guide to Key Theorists Agnés Rocamora and Anneke Smelik (Eds)

The field of fashion is now a major topic of enquiry in social and cultural theory. However, students often find it difficult to apply key social and cultural theoretical frameworks and concepts to their study of fashion. This book is designed to fill this gap for a ‘how’ to think through fashion. Each chapter is a guide through the work of a selected major thinker, such as Marx, Freud, Simmel, Benjamin, Bakhtin, Barthes, Goffman, Deleuze, Foucault, Baudrillard and Butler, introducing key concepts and ideas, discussing how they have been appropriated by various authors to engage with the topics of fashion, dress and appearance, and looking at other ways in which they can be taken over to reflect on these topics. 320 PAGES 234 X 156MM NOVEMBER 2014 9781780767338 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780767345 PAPERBACK £16.99 40 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS DRESS CULTURES

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MODEST FASHION

Styling Bodies, Mediating Faith Reina Lewis (Ed.) ‘This is a wonderful discussion of new configurations of “modest fashions” in the contemporary world, with contributors from academic, business and the media. Focusing on the interrelationships among fashion production and consumption practices of Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith groups, this book is a constant delight.’ – Özlem Sandikci, Bilkent University 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM AVAILABLE 9781780763828 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780763835 PAPERBACK £15.99 35 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS DRESS CULTURES SERIES

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Film: World Cinema NEW

Vampires and Zombies in Film and Television Leon Hunt, Sharon Lockyer and Milly Williamson, all at Brunel University (Eds)

American Identity and the Cinema of International Relations Elizabeth Rawitsch

Frank Capra has long had a reputation as being the quintessential American director – the man who perfectly captured the core values of the United States with classic films including It Happened One Night and It’s a Wonderful Life. However, as Elizabeth Rawitsch argues, Capra’s construction of national identity did not occur within an exclusively national context. She points out that many of his films are actually set in China, Latin America, the Philippines and the South Seas. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM JUNE 2014 9781780768694 HARDBACK £58.00 26 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Precarious Lives and the Politics of Subjectivity Robert Watkins

Films both reflect and construct social reality, especially in the way they employ, affirm and critique the discourses through which we grasp political life. This book examines five contemporary feature films that engage some of the deepest attachments we have to two core political ideas – freedom and vengeance – asking: what do audiences learn about the meaning of freedom and of vengeance from these films? 224 PAGES 234 X 156MM OCTOBER 2014 9781784530105 HARDBACK £56.00 16 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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THE NEW SCOTTISH CINEMA NEW

Jonathan Murray

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Wired Ghosts, CCTV Horrors, and the Found Footage Phenomenon in Contemporary Horror Films Xavier Aldana Reyes and Linnie Blake (Eds)

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TAINTED LOVE NEW

Screening Sexual Perversities

Darren Kerr and Donna Peberdy both at Southampton Solent University (Eds)

From a near standing start in the 1970s, the emergence and expansion of an aesthetically and culturally distinctive Scottish cinema proved to be one of the most significant developments within late-twentieth and early twenty-first-century British film culture. Individual Scottish films and filmmakers have attracted notable amounts of critical attention as a result. The New Scottish Cinema is the first book to trace Scottish film culture’s industrial, creative and critical evolution in comprehensive detail across a forty-year period.

Tainted Love is the first critical anthology to offer extended analysis of the representation of sexual perversities on screen. Interrogating the recent shift towards the mainstream in the cinematic representation of previously marginalized sexual practices, it challenges the discourses and debates around sexual taboo, moral panics, degeneracy, deviance and disease, which present those who enact such sexualities as modern folk devils. This timely collection brings together leading scholars who draw on a variety of critical approaches including adaptation, performance, cultural studies, queer theory, feminism and philosophy to examine screen representations of controversial sexualities from the weird and wonderful to the debased and debauched.

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FRANK CAPRA’S EASTERN HORIZONS


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ALLEGORY IN IRANIAN CINEMA

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The ’70s Cinema of Trash, Terror and Sexploitation

Xavier Mendik and Julian Petley (Eds) 1970s marked an era of violent, transgressive and sometimes reprehensible movie-making. Cult films with demonic teens, armed militant feminists and terrorists hit the screens, all over the globe. This book examines Australian Ozploitation, shocking Spanish cinema, the Pink films of Japan, the Pornochanchada films of Brazil, Hollywood’s Vigilante films and the Manson Movie, exploring the ways in which they reflected the preoccupations and radical movements of their time. DECEMBER 2014 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781784530327 HARDBACK £62.00 9781784530334 PAPERBACK £16.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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The Aesthetics of Poetry and Resistance Michelle Langford, University of New South Wales

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Since the 1979 revolution, Iranian filmmakers have been creating vibrant, aesthetically rich cinema – whilst working under strict state censorship laws. How have they achieved this? As Michelle Langford reveals, many have found indirect, allegorical ways of expressing forbidden topics and issues. 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM FEBRUARY 2015 9781780762982 HARDBACK £59.50 9781780762999 PAPERBACK £15.99 26 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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JEWS, NAZIS AND THE CINEMA OF HUNGARY NEW

The Tragedy of Success, 1929–1944 David Frey

Portraying Neighbours on Screen Ewa Mazierska, Lars Kristensen and Eva Näripea (Eds)

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Identity, Globalisation, Meaning Alissa Timoshkina, Mary Harrod and Mariana Liz, all at Kings College London (Eds)

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Music, Sound and Image Robert Robertson

So far, the study of cinema has been overwhelmingly visual. In this book Robert Robertson presents cinema as an audiovisual medium, based on Eisenstein’s ideas on the montage of music, image and sound. Robertson applies an audiovisual focus to key works by film directors such as Spike Lee, Maya Deren, David Lynch, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, and Fritz Lang. 240 PAGES 216 X 134MM JUNE 2014 9781780767178 HARDBACK £58.00 21 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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From The Artist to The White Ribbon, from Oscar to Palme d’Or-winning productions, European filmmaking is more globally prominent than ever before. This book identifies the distinctive character of European cinema, both in films and as a critical concept. 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM JUNE 2014 9781780769295 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780769301 PAPERBACK £17.99 26 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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The American Family in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema Claire Jenkins, Bath Spa University

The large literature about the politics of Hollywood in the period of McCarthy and the blacklist has largely overlooked political filmmaking during those agitated years. Hollywood Riots examines the most vibrant cycle of independently produced political films made while House Committee on Un-American Activities was investigating communists in the film industry. In doing so, it shifts the focus from the politics of Washington to the politics of Los Angeles and from the films of the Hollywood Ten to the more politically complex films of the progressive community at large.

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SEX AND STORY TELLING IN MODERN CINEMA NEW

FAMILY FILMS IN GLOBAL CINEMA NEW

The World Beyond Disney Noel Brown and Bruce Babington, Newcastle University (Eds)

Explicit Sex, Performance and Cinematic Technique Lindsay Coleman, University of Melbourne (Ed.)

With full-frontal genitalia, erections, even actual sex featuring increasingly in films, this explicitness in presentation has caused critical consternation and accusations that such film narratives are pornographic.This book explores how, rather than being pornographic, explicit sex can be an essential element of cinematic storytelling today. 320 PAGES 234 X 156MM DECEMBER 2014 9781780766393 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780766409 PAPERBACK £16.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTNL. LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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Progressive Politics and Mob Violence in 1950s Cinema Doug Dibbern, New York University

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THE FILMS OF CLAIRE DENIS NEW

Intimacy on the Border

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Film Stardom and the Modern Woman in 1930s France Jonathan Driskell, Monash University, Malaysia

Marjorie Vecchio, University of Nevada, Reno (Ed.), Foreword by Wim Wenders The films of Claire Denis, one of the most challenging and respected of contemporary filmmakers, probe the psyche of global citizenship, tracing the borderlines of family, desire, nationality and power. With subtlety, depth and at times minimalism and abstraction, her films – including Chocolat, Beau travail and White Material – explore connections between national experience and individual circumstance, visualizing the complications of such dualities. MAY 2014 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781848859531 HARDBACK £62.00 9781848859548 PAPERBACK £16.99 34 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE,

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Many years before Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve, the French cinema produced a host of glamorous female stars designed to rival their Hollywood counterparts. This book examines how these stars influenced the narratives and look of their films and contributed to defining the period’s new, emanciapted femininity. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM AUGUST 2014 9781780767000 HARDBACK £58.00 25 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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SPORTSWOMEN IN CINEMA NEW

Film and the Frailty Myth Nicholas Chare, University of Melbourne

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The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Science-Fiction Films Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes’ companion to science-fiction films goes deep into the landmark movies of this most popular of cinema genres, from Metropolis to Avatar and onwards, covering over 300 more. Copiously illustrated, the book discusses the ‘making of’ details, cast, sources, prequels, sequels, remakes and critical and box office fortunes of the core movies, as well as how generations of filmmakers have creatively used, occasionally abused, this most flexible of cinematic forms.

This trailblazing book provides an overview of films about women in sport and a timely critical analysis of their role in shaping perceptions of female athletic ability. It examines the themes of aggression, beauty, class, ethnicity, physical feminism, sexuality, synaesthesia and technology in relation to mainstream and art house cinematic depictions of sportswomen, from Pumping Iron 2 to Bend It like Beckham.

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AFTER DRACULA

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The 1930s Horror Film

Science Fiction Cinema in the Digital Age Sean Redmond

Alison Peirse

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The process of deletion – the expurgation of files, emails, records and data, and with these the loss of identity and history – is a recurring concern of digital age science fiction film. Deletion, of course, is never absolute, or untraceable, rather it gives life to new shadowy processes and practices; it creates a new world order and new posthuman identities; it creates liquid space.

THE NEW JEW IN FILM

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Exploring Judaism and Jewishness in Contemporary Cinema

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Nathan Adams

RADICAL FRONTIERS IN THE SPAGHETTI WESTERN

Politics and Violence in Italian Cinema

Austin Fisher

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FILM AND FAIRY TALES The Birth of Modern Fantasy Kristian Moen

Time and Narrative in Cinema Helen Powell

WALTZING WITH BASHIR Raya Morag

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STOP THE CLOCKS!

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Perpetrator Trauma and Cinema

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BEHIND THE SILVER SCREEN A MODERN HISTORY OF FILMMAKING

Series Editor: Jon Lewis The Behind the Silver Screen series of ten volumes will together cover for the first time the collaborative art, craft, business and history of filmmaking from inception to reality. Illustrated in black-and-white and colour, they also comprise the first full history of filmmaking. Following the first two books in the series on Cinematography and Screenwriting will be volumes devoted to directing, acting, producers, sound, animation, costume, art direction, editing and special effects.

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Behind the Silver Screen, Vol. 1 Patrick Keating, Trinity University, Texas (Ed.) Cinematography’s role as a science and an art is often forgotten.This book remedies the omission by examining the highlights of the art of the cinematographer and providing the first comprehensive overview of how the field has rapidly evolved, from the early silent film era to today’s new technologies. It shows how cinematography has been influenced by both technological advances and trends in the movie industry, from big-budget blockbusters to indie films, with detailed views of films and profiles of the great cinematographers. It enables readers to have a fresh eye for what appears on the screen. 256 PAGES, 234 X 156MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781784530181 HARDBACK £58.00 9781784530198 PAPERBACK £14.99 40 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS, 8PP COLOUR SECTION BEHIND THE SILVER SCREEN

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Behind the Silver Screen, Vol. 2 Andrew Horton, University of Oklahoma and Julian Hoxter, San Francisco State University (Eds) The screenplay is where a film begins. Written by screenwriters and film scholars this book highlights the art of the screenwriter and the business of screenwriting from Hollywood’s silent beginnings through to today’s global multi-media marketplace. Focusing on key screenplays that changed the game in Hollywood and beyond and on how films from The Birth of a Nation to Chinatown began on the page, the book reveals the profound ways in which screenwriters contribute to films, as they try to capture the dreams, nightmares and concerns of the period in which they are writing. It is compelling reading for anyone interested or involved in the creative collaboration that generates the movies we see on the screen. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781784530204 HARDBACK £56.00 9781784530211 PAPERBACK £14.99 40 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS, 8PP COLOUR SECTION BEHIND THE SILVER SCREEN

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FORTHCOMING IN THIS SERIES:

ACTING

DIRECTING

ANIMATION

EDITING AND SPECIAL EFFECTS

ART DIRECTION

PRODUCING

COSTUME, MAKE UP AND HAIR

SOUND: DIALOGUE, MUSIC AND EFFECTS

Claudia Springer (Ed.)

Virginia Wright Wexman (Ed.)

Scott Curtis (Ed.)

Charlie Keil and Kristen Whissell (Eds)

Lucy Fischer (Ed.)

Jon Lewis (Ed.)

Adrienne McLean (Ed.)

Kathryn Kalinak (Ed.)

THE CHILD IN FILM

PROJECTING TOMORROW

PROJECTING EMPIRE

Karen Lury

James Chapman and Nicholas J. Cull

James Chapman and Nicholas J. Cull

Tears, Fears and Fairy Tales

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Science Fiction and Popular Cinema

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Imperialism and Popular Cinema

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Film: World Cinema HORROR ZONE The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema

HITCHCOCK AND THE CINEMA OF SENSATIONS

Ella Shohat

Male Bodies in Contemporary Cinema

Santiago FouzHernández (Ed.)

Ewa Mazierska

The Male Body in Contemporary Spanish Cinema

The Life and Films of the Last Great European Director

Santiago FouzHernández and Alfredo Martinez-Expósito

Geoffrey Macnab

THE NEW BRAZILIAN CINEMA

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FROM MOSCOW TO MADRID

European Cities, Postmodern Cinema

Lücia Nagib (Ed.)

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FILM PROPAGANDA

Soviet Russia and

Ewa Mazierska and Laura Rascaroli

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Nazi Germany

POPULAR ITALIAN CINEMA

Richard Taylor

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PROPAGANDA AND THE GERMAN CINEMA 1933–1945

David Welch

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LIVE FLESH

INGMAR BERGMAN

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MYSTERIOUS SKIN

The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller

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Christopher Frayling

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East/West and the Politics of Representation

ROMAN POLANSKI

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Niall Richardson

ISRAELI CINEMA

Embodied Film Theory and Cinematic Reception Paul Elliott

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SPAGHETTI WESTERNS

Critical and Cultural Readings

Ian Conrich (Ed.)

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THE QUEER CINEMA OF DEREK JARMAN

Culture and Politics in a Postwar Society Flavia Brizio-Skov

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CINEMA ITALIANO The Complete Guide from Classics to Cult

Howard Hughes

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Cowboys and Europeans from Karl May to Sergio Leone 328 PAGES 246 X 189MM AVAILABLE 9781845112073 PAPERBACK £18.99 60 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

THE CROWDED PRAIRIE

American National Identity in the Hollywood Western

Michael Coyne

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE ITALIAN WEST

The Filmgoers’ Guide to Spaghetti Westerns

Howard Hughes

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IRANIAN CINEMA A Political History Hamid Reza Sadr 320 PAGES 222 X 172MM AVAILABLE 9781845111465 HARDBACK £62.50 9781845111472 PAPERBACK £17.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

FILMING THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST Politics in the Cinemas of Hollywood and the Arab World

Lina Khatib

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FROM IRAN TO HOLLYWOOD AND SOME PLACES IN-BETWEEN Reframing PostRevolutionary Iranian Cinema

Christopher Gow

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SATYAJIT RAY: THE INNER EYE

Hamid Dabashi, Foreword by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

Andrew Robinson

The Making of a Rebel Filmmaker

POPULAR EGYPTIAN CINEMA

The Biography of a Master Filmmaker

Gender, Class and Nation

Viola Shafik

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ARAB CINEMA

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THE GOLDEN YEARS OF EGYPTIAN FILM

History and Cultural Identity

THE APU TRILOGY

Viola Shafik

Satyajit Ray and the Making of an Epic

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Andrew Robinson

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Cinema Cairo 1936–1967

Edited by Sherif Boraie

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Film: World Cinema TAURIS WORLD CINEMA SERIES Series Editor: Lúcia Nagib, Professor of World Cinemas, University of Leeds Advisory Board: Laura Mulvey (UK), Donald Richie (Japan), Robert Stam (USA) and Ismail Xavier (Brazil)

STARS IN WORLD CINEMA

EAST ASIAN FILM NOIR NEW

Transnational Encounters and Intercultural Dialogue Chi-Yun Shin, Sheffield Hallam University and Mark Gallagher, University of Nottingham (Eds)

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Screen Icons and Star Systems Across Cultures

Andrea Bandhauer and Michelle Royer (Eds) Deflecting the attention from Hollywood, Stars in World Cinema fills an important gap in the field of cinema by bringing together Star Studies and World Cinema. A team of international scholars bring their expertise and in-depth knowledge of world cultures and cinema to the study of stars and stardom from six continents. Essays look at the role of acting, music, singing, painting and martial art in the making of stars from Indigenous Australia, Austria, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Japan, North and South Korea, Nigeria, the Philippines, the former Soviet Union, Spain, North and South America. This book opens new and exciting perspectives on the mobility of stars and the cultural and socio-political contexts that led to their fame. JUNE 2014 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780769776 HARDBACK £59.50 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS TAURIS WORLD CINEMA SERIES

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GREEK CINEMA FROM CACOYANNIS TO THE PRESENT NEW

A History Vrasidas Karalis

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ON CINEMA

REALISM OF THE SENSES IN WORLD CINEMA

NEW

Glauber Rocha

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On Cinema brings together for the first time a comprehensive selection of Rocha’s film writings in English, revealing for the first time to English-speaking readers the full critical power, inventiveness and vision of this great filmmaker. Glauber Rocha’s writings, endowed with critical verve and humour, give insights into key moments of film history, as well as the politics of world cinema. He fearlessly confronts the film establishment and debates with a host of sacred filmmakers of the world pantheon. Included is Rocha’s early criticism of Brazilian films, landmark manifestos, writings about the development of Cinema Novo and pieces on Charles Chaplin, Orson Welles, James Dean, Stanley Kubrick, John Ford, Jean-Luc Godard, Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti and Roberto Rossellini. The publication of On Cinema edited by film scholar Ismail Xavier and translated by Stepanie Dennison, Charlotte Smith and Cecília Mello, is an international publishing event. DEC 2014 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780767031 HARDBACK £62.00 9781780767048 PAPERBACK £16.99 36 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS TAURIS WORLD CINEMA SERIES

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Male Bodies and Narrative Representations Gustavo Subero, University of Stirling, Scotland This book provides an insight into the way that the male body structures, organizes and (re)directs notions of queer masculinities in Latin America, as well as demonstrating the importance of filmmaking in hetero-repressive societies to guarantee the circulation of queer narratives (and experiences) amongst gay subjects. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM NOVEMBER 2013 9781780763200 HARDBACK £58.00 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS TAURIS WORLD CINEMA SERIES

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Self-Inscription and Corporeality in the Cinema Cecilia Sayad

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NEW DIRECTIONS IN GERMAN CINEMA Paul Cooke and Chris Homewood (Eds)

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NEW ARGENTINE CINEMA Jens Andermann

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THEORIZING WORLD CINEMA Lúcia Nagib, Chris Perriam and Rajinder Dudrah (Eds)

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LEBANESE CINEMA

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PERFORMING AUTHORSHIP

The Experience of Physical Reality Tiago de Luca, University of Liverpool

IMPURE CINEMA Intermedial and Intercultural Approaches to Film

Lúcia Nagib, Leeds University, and Anne Jerslev, University of Copenhagen (Eds)

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Imagining the Civil War and Beyond

Lina Khatib

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CONTEMPORARY NEW ZEALAND CINEMA

Ian Conrich and Stuart Murray (Eds)

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BRAZIL ON SCREEN

Asuman Suner

Lücia Nagib

Cinema Novo, New Cinema, Utopia

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EAST ASIAN CINEMAS

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Exploring Transnational Connections on Film

Leon Hunt and Leung Wing-Fai (Eds)

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CINÉ-FILE FRENCH FILM GUIDES Series Editor: Ginette Vincendeau

LE JOUR SE LÈVE

A BOUT DE SOUFFLE

French Film Guide

Ramona Fotiade

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French Film Guide

Ben McCann, University of Adelaide Le Jour se lève (1939), directed by Marcel Carné, is widely recognized as the classic French Poetic Realist film. Told in flashback, it recounts the story of a man who has committed a murder, and who awaits his fate as the police close in. Carné shuttles between different registers, tones and textures throughout and directs the great French star Jean Gabin in his most iconic performance as François, marooned at the top of his apartment building. Ben McCann’s perceptive and lively book traces the evolution of Le Jour se lève and situates it in a very specific historical moment. He also underlines the importance of actors Jules Berry and Arletty, production designer Alexandre Trauner, writer Jacques Prévert and cinematographer Curt Courant in establishing the film’s tone, mood and visual style. JUNE 2014 135 PAGES 216 X 134MM 9781780765921 PAPERBACK £12.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS CINÉ-FILE FRENCH FILM GUIDES

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AMÉLIE

Chris Darke

Isabelle Vanderschelden

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French Film Guide

Sarah Leahy

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UN CHIEN ANDALOU

French Film Guide

Elza Adamowicz

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CLÉO DE 5 À 7

French Film Guide

Valerie Orpen

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CASQUE D’OR

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LE CORBEAU

French Film Guide

Judith Mayne

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Film: World Cinema CINÉ-FILE FRENCH FILM GUIDES LES DIABOLIQUES

LA HAINE

LA RÈGLE DU JEU

Susan Hayward

Ginette Vincendeau

Keith Reader

NIKITA

LA REINE MARGOT

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LA GRANDE ILLUSION

French Film Guide

French Film Guide

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Susan Hayward

French Film Guide

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Martin O’Shaughnessy 136 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781848850576 PAPERBACK £12.99 31 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS CINÉ-FILE FRENCH FILM GUIDES

French Film Guide

Julianne Pidduck

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RIFIFI

French Film Guide

Alastair Phillips

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Film: Hollywood and US Cinema THE DEATH PENALTY IN AMERICAN CINEMA NEW

Criminality and Retribution in Hollywood Film Yvonne Koslovsky-Golan

SCREENING TWILIGHT

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Critical Approaches to a Cinematic Phenomenon Wickham Clayton and Sarah Harman (Eds)

Killing as punishment in the USA, whether ordained by lynch mob or the courts, reflects a paradox of the American nation: liberal, pluralistic, yet prone to lethal violence. This book examines the encounter between the legal history of the death penalty in America and its cinematic representations, through a comprehensive narrative and historical view of films dealing with this genre. 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM APRIL 2014 9781780763330 HARDBACK £62.00 CINEMA AND SOCIETY

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The Twilight Saga, a series of five films adapted from Stephanie Meyer’s four novels, has been a sensation, both at the box office and through the attention it has won from its predominantly teenaged fans. As popular cinema, the series has had its share of criticism, even from fans. However, it also offers rich opportunities for critical attention, which the contributors to Screening Twilight provide with energy and style. The book unpacks how this popular group of films work as cinematic texts, what they have to say about cinema and culture today and how fans may seek to re-read or subvert these messages. MAY 2014 240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781780766652 HARDBACK £56.00 9781780766669 PAPERBACK £14.99 25 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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JOSS WHEDON, A CREATIVE PORTRAIT

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Performing Masculinity in Post Vietnam Hollywood Ruth O’Donnell

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From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Marvel’s The Avengers David Lavery

Tom Cruise is one of the major stars – perhaps the major star – of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, both in terms of box office power and cultural significance. Tom Cruise: Performing Masculinity in Post-Vietnam Hollywood provides an analysis of his star image, as means of investigating Cruise’s enduring popularity. Employing a psychoanalytic framework, the book examines his screen persona’s function in ‘working through’ the psychological preoccupations that are presented in his various films. 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781784530525 HARDBACK £59.50 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE MOVING IMAGE

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What is the state of American indie cinema in the second decade of the twenty-first century? Some have forecast an end to the viability of an indie sector marked by the appearance of films with ambitions significantly beyond those of the commercial mainstream. But, as this book demonstrates, plenty of distinctively indie productions continue to thrive, even in the face of difficult economic circumstances. 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM AVAILABLE 9781848853164 HARDBACK £58.00 9781848853171 PAPERBACK £16.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Hollywood in the Age of the Blockbuster

Geoff King

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HUNTING THE DARK KNIGHT

Alexander McGregor

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THE HOLLYWOOD FAMILY FILM A History, from Shirley Temple to Harry Potter

Twenty-first Century Batman Will Brooker, Kingston University

Censorship and Morality in 1930s Cinema

MAMMA MIA! THE MOVIE

ABJECT SPACES IN AMERICAN CINEMA

Louise FitzGerald, and Melanie Williams (Eds)

Frances Pheasant-Kelly

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Geoff King

Geoff King

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND HOLLYWOOD

Exploring a Cultural Phenomenon

AMERICAN INDEPENDENT CINEMA

SPECTACULAR NARRATIVES

An Introduction

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Geoff King, Brunel University

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Change and Continuity in Contemporary American Indie Film

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Hollywood, Sex and Stardom Tamar Jeffers McDonald, University of Kent

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AUTHORSHIP AND THE FILMS OF DAVID LYNCH

Institutional Settings, Identity and Psychoanalysis in Film 288 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781848855977 HARDBACK £62.00 INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CULTURAL STUDIES

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Aesthetic Receptions in Contemporary Hollywood

Antony Todd

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Film: Hollywood and US Cinema HOLLYWOOD CATWALK

Tamar Jeffers McDonald

STAGECOACH TO TOMBSTONE

Helen Hanson

Howard Hughes

The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Westerns

Women in Film Noir and the Female Gothic Film

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HOLLYWOOD HEROINES

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HOLLYWOOD’S NEW RADICALISM

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HOLLYWOOD’S HISTORY FILMS

CRIME WAVE

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Howard Hughes

The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Crime Movies

David Eldridge

War, Globalisation and the Movies from Reagan to George W. Bush

Ben Dickenson

TEEN DREAMS

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Reading Teen Film and Television from Heathers to Veronica Mars

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FROM ALIEN TO THE MATRIX

Roz Kaveney

ARNOLD

Reading Science Fiction Film

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Schwarzenegger and the Movies

Dave Saunders

Roz Kaveney

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AIM FOR THE HEART

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The Films of Clint Eastwood

HOLLYWOOD GENRES AND POSTWAR AMERICA

Howard Hughes

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FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN Romantic Comedy in Contemporary Cinema

WHEN EAGLES DARED

Stacey Abbott and Deborah Jermyn (Eds)

Masculinity, Family and Nation in Popular Movies and Film Noir

The Filmgoers’ History of World War II

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Howard Hughes

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Film: British Cinema

HOLLYWOOD AND THE AMERICANIZATION OF BRITAIN NEW

Mike Chopra-Gant

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AESTHETICS AND NEOROMANTICISM IN FILM NEW Landscapes in Contemporary British Cinema Stella Hockenhull, Wolverhampton University

From the 1920s to the Present Mark Glancy, Queen Mary, University of London For 100 years, Hollywood has provided both the majority and the most popular of films shown on British screens. For many Britons, Hollywood films are not foreign films. Whether seen in the cinema, on television or the internet, they are regarded as normal screen fare and a part of everyday life. Hollywood and the Americanization of Britain is the first book to take a wide ranging view of this phenomenon, exploring the tastes and preferences of British audiences. 352 PAGES 234 X 156MM OCTOBER 2013 9781848854079 HARDBACK £62.00 24 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS CINEMA AND SOCIETY e ebook available

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Michael Klinger, Independent Production and the British Film Industry, 1960–1980 Andrew Spicer, University of West England, and A.T. McKenna

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A Cinema of Magic Spaces

Andrew Moor,

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KORDA

Britain’s Movie Mogul

Charles Drazin

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FILM ENGLAND

Culturally English Filmmaking since the 1990s

Andrew Higson

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BRITISH FILM DESIGN A History

Laurie N. Ede

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WITHNAIL AND US

Cult Films and Film Cults in British Cinema

Justin Smith

Cinema and Society in 1930s Britain

Jeffrey Richards

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FEMININITY IN THE FRAME

Women and 1950s British Popular Cinema

Melanie Bell

POWELL AND PRESSBURGER

THE AGE OF THE DREAM PALACE

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LICENCE TO THRILL

A Cultural History of the James Bond Films

James Chapman

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BRITAIN CAN TAKE IT

British Cinema in the Second World War

Tony Aldgate and Jeffrey Richards

FILM AND COMMUNITY IN BRITAIN AND FRANCE

From La Règle du Jeu to Room at the Top

Margaret Butler

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THE BRITISH AT WAR Cinema, State and Propaganda, 1939–1945

James Chapman

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BRITISH CINEMA AND THE COLD WAR The State, Propaganda and Consensus

Tony Shaw

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THE UNKNOWN 1930S

An Alternative History of the British Cinema, 1929–1939 Jeffrey Richards (Ed.)

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PAST AND PRESENT

National Identity and the British Historical Film

James Chapman

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THE MAN WHO GOT CARTER NEW

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Film: British Cinema I.B.TAURIS BRITISH FILM GUIDES THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VIII

WHISKY GALORE! & THE MAGGIE

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Greg Walker

IF . . . .

Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide Paul Sutton

Colin McArthur

DRACULA

THE 39 STEPS

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Peter Hutchings

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BRIGHTON ROCK

Mark Glancy

GET CARTER

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

Steve Chibnall

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Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

Steve Chibnall

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Jeffrey Richards

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THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE

BLACK NARCISSUS

Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

Mark Connelly

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Sarah Street

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Film: Russian and Soviet Cinema KINO: THE RUSSIAN CINEMA SERIES Series Editor: Richard Taylor, Advisory Board: Birgit Beumers, Julian Graffy, Denise Youngblood

THE RUSSIAN-AMERICAN HERO IN SOVIET FILM NEW

CINEMA IN CENTRAL ASIA NEW

Rewriting Cultural Histories Michael Rouland, Gulnara Abikeyeva, Birgit Beumers (Eds)

Cinema’s Role in Shaping the Early Culture of the USSR Marina Levitina Soviet cinema played an important role in the project of creating the New Soviet Man and Woman in the 1920s and 1930s. This book argues that among the diverse sources used by Soviet filmmakers in fashioning the New Soviet Person on the screen were popular American films and adventure fiction, along with the trope ‘Russian Americans’ used in the Soviet press of the 1920s to describe the new type of efficient worker. 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781784530105 HARDBACK £58.00 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS e ebook available

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Politics and Persuasion Under Stalin

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Belonging and Identity during the Soviet Thaw Joshua First, University of Mississippi

KINOFILES FILMMAKERS’ COMPANIONS

Jamie Miller

ALEXANDER MEDVEDKIN

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SAVAGE JUNCTURES

Sergei Eisenstein and the Shape of Thinking

The Filmmakers’ Companion 2

Emma Widdis

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DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH: A LIFE IN FILM

Anne Nesbet

Historian Joshua First explores the politics and aesthetics of Ukrainian Poetic Cinema during the Soviet 1960s–70s. He argues that filmmakers working at the Alexander Dovzhenko Feature Film Studio in Kyiv were obsessed with questions of identity and demanded that the Soviet film industry and audiences alike recognize Ukrainian cultural difference.

VSEVOLOD PUDOVKIN

Classic Films of the Soviet Avant-Garde

Amy Sargeant

Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee (Eds)

The Filmmakers’ Companion 4

Jane A. Taubman

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KINOFILES FILM COMPANIONS Series Editor: Richard Taylor

THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN The Film Companion 1

History and NonFiction Film in the USSR

Richard Taylor

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Graham Roberts

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THE MAN WITH THE MOVIE CAMERA

CINEMA AND SOVIET SOCIETY

The Film Companion 2

From the Revolution to the Death of Stalin

EISENSTEIN ON THE AUDIOVISUAL

The Montage of Music, Image and Sound in Cinema

KIRA MURATOVA

FORWARD SOVIET!

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THE CINEMA OF ALEXANDER SOKUROV

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The Russian Idea in Post-Soviet Cinema Birgit Beumers (Ed.)

THE CINEMA OF TARKOVSKY Nariman Skakov

John Riley

RUSSIA ON REELS

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Labyrinths of Space and Time

The Filmmakers’ Companion 3

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Graham Roberts

Peter Kenez

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Robert Robertson

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SOVIET CINEMA

UKRAINIAN CINEMA

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Film: Russian and Soviet Cinema KINO: THE RUSSIAN CINEMA SERIES REPENTANCE

The Film Companion 9

Denise Youngblood and Josephine Woll

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The Film Companion 10

Julian Graffy

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Vance Kepley, Jr

The Film Companion 6

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Amy Sargeant

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CHAPAEV

The Film Companion 12

Julian Graffy

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Television: TV History CONTENT CULTURES

Trans-formations of User Generated Content in Public Service Broadcasting

Simon Popple and Helen Thornham (Eds)

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Sergei Eisenstein, Edited and trans. by Richard Taylor

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TOWARDS A THEORY OF MONTAGE

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The Film Companion 11

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Frank Beardow

Volume 1 The Selected Works

Volume 2 The Selected Works

STORM OVER ASIA

Natasha Synessios

The Film Companion 8

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THE END OF ST PETERSBURG

The Film Companion 5

LITTLE VERA

WRITINGS 1922–1934

Joan Neuberger

BED AND SOFA

MIRROR

SERGEI EISENSTEIN SELECTED WORKS

IVAN THE TERRIBLE

The Film Companion 4

THE WALTONS

Nostalgia and Myth in Seventies America

Mike Chopra-Gant

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Sergei Eisenstein, Edited by Richard Taylor, trans. by Michael Glenny

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WRITINGS 1934–1947

Volume 3 The Selected Works

Sergei Eisenstein, Edited by Richard Taylor, trans. by William Powell

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NIP/TUCK

Television that Gets Under Your Skin Roz Kaveney and Jennifer Stoy (Eds) 256 PAGES 216X135MM AVAILABLE 9781845118624 PAPERBACK £12.99


Television in the 1950s

A History of British Television Criticism Paul Rixon

Janet Thumim (Ed.)

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RE-VIEWING TELEVISION HISTORY

TV FAQ

Uncommon Answers to Common Questions about TV

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John Ellis

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THE ANGRY BUZZ

BEYOND DIXON OF DOCK GREEN

Early British Police Series Susan Sydney-Smith 288 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781860647901 HARDBACK £62.50 9781860648243 PAPERBACK £19.99 15 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

LIVE FROM THE MOON

Film, Television and the Space Race

Michael Allen

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This Week and Current Affairs Television Patricia Holland

CRIME WATCHING

Investigating Real Crime TV

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Deborah Jermyn

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POPULAR TV GENRES SERIES Series Editor: James Chapman

THE TV DETECTIVE

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Voices of Dissent in Contemporary Television Helen Piper, University of Bristol

CONTEMPORARY BRITISH TELEVISION DRAMA NEW

James Chapman

What makes British television crime drama so perennially popular, both in the UK and internationally? What are the attractions and pleasures of these shows? How are detectives positioned in relation to viewers’ national and collective experience of the ‘everyday’? This book addresses these questions, examining the trends evident in a range of series. 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780762944 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780762951 PAPERBACK £16.99

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SMALL SCREENS, BIG IDEAS

TV CRITICS AND POPULAR CULTURE

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Television: Contemporary TV READING CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION SERIES Series Editors: Kim Akass and Janet McCabe

READING ASIAN TELEVISION DRAMA

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Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries Jeongmee Kim (Ed.) Manchester Metropolitan University

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TV’S BETTY GOES GLOBAL From Telenovela to International Brand

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds)

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LOVING THE L WORD

The Complete Series in Focus

Dana Heller (Ed.)

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READING ‘THE L WORD’ Outing Contemporary Television

Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds)

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MAD MEN

Dream Come True TV

Gary R. Edgerton (Ed.) 288 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781848853799 PAPERBACK £12.99 12 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS READING CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION

READING LITTLE BRITAIN Comedy Matters on Contemporary Television

Sharon Lockyer (Ed.)

READING ‘LOST’

Roberta Pearson (Ed.) 272 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781845118365 PAPERBACK £12.99 READING CONTEMPORARY TELEVISION

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THE QUEER POLITICS OF TELEVISION

READING ‘CSI’

Crime TV under the Microscope

Samuel A. Chambers

Michael Allen (Ed.)

THIRD WAVE FEMINISM AND TELEVISION

READING ‘DEADWOOD’

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Jane Puts It in a Box

Merri Lisa Johnson (Ed.)

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READING ‘DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES’

Beyond the White Picket Fence

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds)

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READING ‘SIX FEET UNDER’ TV To Die For

Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds)

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READING ‘24’

TV against the Clock

Steven Peacock (Ed.)

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A Western to Swear By

David Lavery (Ed.)

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READING ‘THE SOPRANOS’

Hit TV from HBO

David Lavery (Ed.)

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READING ‘SEX AND THE CITY’

Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds)

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QUALITY TV

Contemporary American Television and Beyond

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds)

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MAKEOVER TELEVISION

Realities Remodelled

Dana Heller (Ed.)

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Television: Contemporary TV Series Editor: Stacey Abbott The Investigating Cult TV series has been going strong since 2007, offering a fresh forum for discussion and debate about the changing nature of cult television. The books in the series reconsider cult television and its intricate and evolving networks of fandom, while also rethinking how cult TV is conceived, produced, programmed and consumed. The aim of the series is to provide an accessible path, for scholars, student and fans alike, through the particulars and pleasures of cult television. New titles consider the themes and debates that underpin classic, contemporary and future cult television from around the world, offering new approaches to our understanding of cult.

TIME ON TELEVISION

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Narrative Time, Time Travel and Time Travellers in Popular TV Culture Lorna Jowett, University of Northampton, Kevin Lee, Robinson and David Simmons University of Northampton (Eds)

MUSIC IN CULT TV NEW

An Introduction Janet K. Halfyard

From early examples such as Star Trek and Sapphire and Steel to more contemporary shows including Life on Mars and The Vampire Diaries, time has frequently been used as a device to allow programme makers to experiment stylistically and challenge established ways of thinking. Time on Television offers readers a range of exciting, accessible, yet intellectually rigorous essays that consider the many and varied ways in which telefantasy shows have explored this subject. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM AUGUST 2014 9781784530136 HARDBACK £58.00 INVESTIGATING CULT TV SERIES

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INVESTIGATING ‘FIREFLY’ AND ‘SERENITY’

TV HORROR

Investigating the Darker Side of the Small Screen

Science Fiction on the Frontier

Lorna Jowett and Stacey Abbott

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TORCHWOOD DECLASSIFIED

Rhonda V. Wilcox and Tanya R. Cochran (Eds)

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BATTLESTAR GALACTICA

Investigating Mainstream Cult Television Rebecca Williams (Ed.)

256 PAGES 234 X 156MM AVAILABLE 9781780761770 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780761787 PAPERBACK £16.99 INVESTIGATING CULT TV SERIES

Investigating Flesh, Spirit, and Steel

Roz Kaveney and Jennifer Stoy (Eds)

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INVESTIGATING ‘CHARMED’

TRUE BLOOD

Investigating Vampires and Southern Gothic

The Magic Power of TV

Brigid Cherry

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DEXTER

Investigating Cutting Edge Television

Douglas L. Howard (Ed.) 288 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781848852655 PAPERBACK £12.99 INVESTIGATING CULT TV SERIES

Stan Beeler and Karin Beeler (Eds)

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THE CULT TV BOOK

Stacey Abbott (Ed.)

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While television studies have developed enormously in the last ten years, one important element of television shows is regularly ignored: the musical score. This book is an accessible guide to the work music does within a television narrative, focusing on musical innovations in cult TV that are often an element of a show becoming cult – the use of musical themes, intertexuality, orchestration, and fantastic musical interventions. 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM NOVEMBER 2014 9781784530280 HARDBACK £56.00 9781784530297 PAPERBACK £16.99

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INVESTIGATING ‘ALIAS’ Secrets and Spies

Stacey Abbott and Simon Brown (Eds) 232 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781845114053 PAPERBACK £16.99 INVESTIGATING CULT TV SERIES

INVESTIGATING ‘FARSCAPE’

Uncharted Territories of Sex and Science Fiction

Jes Battis

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Television: Contemporary TV WHO WATCHING

WHO WATCHING

TRIUMPH OF A TIME LORD

DOCTOR WHO, THE ELEVENTH HOUR

Regenerating Doctor Who in the Twentyfirst Century

NEW

A Critical Celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat Era

Matt Hills

Andrew O’Day (Ed.)

During 2013, Doctor Who the world’s longest running science fiction show, celebrates its 50th birthday. Published to celebrate the Doctor’s anniversary, this thoroughly upto-date book provides a valuable record of the current Matt Smith Doctor, who arrived in 2010 and is still travelling in time and space. This first, cutting edge, book devoted solely to the Steven Moffat/Matt Smith era is written by experts on the Doctor.

LOVE AND MONSTERS

The Doctor Who Experience, 1979 to the Present

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NEW DIMENSIONS OF DOCTOR WHO Matt Hills (Ed.)

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INSIDE THE TARDIS

WHO IS WHO?

The Philosophy of Doctor Who

Meanings of the Monstrous in Doctor Who Graham Sleight, Introduced by Paul Cornell

TARDISBOUND

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Piers D. Britton

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THE DOCTOR’S MONSTERS

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Navigating the Universes of Doctor Who

James Chapman

Kevin S. Decker

The Worlds of Doctor Who

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DOCTOR WHO PUBLISHING FROM I.B.TAURIS Visit our new website: www.whowatching.com and follow us on twitter: @who_watching

Television: Sci-Fi and Fantasy THE CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF

Fantasy, Horror and the Beast Within

Chantal Bourgault du Coudray

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SAINTS AND AVENGERS

British Adventure Series of the 1960s

James Chapman

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READING THE VAMPIRE SLAYER The New, Updated, Unofficial Guide to Buffy and Angel

The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Rhonda Wilcox

Roz Kaveney (Ed.)

256 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781845110291 PAPERBACK £12.99

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READING ‘ANGEL’

LIVING WITH STAR TREK

The TV Spin-off with a Soul

American Culture and the Star Trek Universe

Stacey Abbott (Ed.)

256 PAGES 216 X 138MM AVAILABLE 9781850438397 PAPERBACK £12.99

Lincoln Geraghty

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BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION TELEVISION

A Hitchhiker’s Guide

John R. Cook and Peter Wright (Eds)

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AMERICAN SCIENCE FICTION TV Star Trek, Stargate and Beyond

Jan Johnson-Smith

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Popular Culture BEING GORGEOUS

NEW

Feminism, Sexuality and the Pleasures of the Visual Jacki Willson

FASHIONING APPETITE NEW

Restaurants and the Making of Modern Identity Joanne Finkelstein, University of Greenwich

Being Gorgeous explores the ways in which extravagance, flamboyance and dressing up can open up possibilities for women to play anarchically with familiar stereotypical tropes of femininity. This, Jacki Willson argues, is a pleasurable misbehaviour that reflects a feminism for the twenty-first century. 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780762838 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780762845 PAPERBACK £14.99 25 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CULTURAL STUDIES

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It can no longer be said that we are just what we eat. In the contested sphere of gastronomy divided between the golden arches of McDonalds and the prized stars of Michelin where personal identity is expressed through a frenetic quest for socially approved tastes and distinctions, where, when, how and with whom we eat has become just as fundamental in defining who we are. In this follow-on to her classic 1989 work Dining Out, Joanne Finkelstein takes a fragment of social life, dining out in restaurants, and uses it to examine the nature and meaning of manners and social relations in the modern world. NOV 2013 208 PAGES 216 X 138MM 9781780762623 HARDBACK £58.00 9781780762630 PAPERBACK £16.99 30 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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Popular Culture FEMINISM AND POPULAR CULTURE

THE GOLDEN AGE OF PANTOMIME

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NEW

Exploring Postfeminism

Slapstick, Spectacle and Subversion in Victorian England Jeffrey Richards, Lancaster University

Rebecca Munford, Cardiff University and Melanie Waters, Northumbria University

Queen Victoria and her family loved the pantomime, so did her subjects of all classes. The English pantomime is one of the most popular, least analysed of all theatrical forms. It’s been the festive mainstay of the English stage since the eighteenth century, and it has survived by its ability to evolve. This continual evolution is traced by Jeffrey Richards in the first history of panto through its ‘Golden Age’ in Victorian England. 336 PAGES 228 X 155MM SEPTEMBER 2014 9781780762937 HARDBACK £25.00 16 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

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CULTURAL PASSIONS

UFO RELIGION

SUPERHEROES!

Gregory L. Reece

Roz Kaveney

Inside Flying Saucer Cults and Culture

Fans, Aesthetes and Tarot Readers 224 PAGES 216 X 134MM AVAILABLE 9781780762852 HARDBACK £56.00 9781780762869 PAPERBACK £14.99 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

Gregory L. Reece

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Helen Thornham and Elke Weissmann (Eds)

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MAINSTREAMING SEX The Sexualization of Western Culture

Feona Attwood (Ed.)

CREATURES OF THE NIGHT

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In Search of Ghosts, Vampires, Werewolves and Demons

THE HAPPY STRIPPER

Gregory L. Reece

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Pleasures and Politics of the New Burlesque

WEIRD SCIENCE AND BIZARRE BELIEFS

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Jacki Willson

INK-STAINED AMAZONS AND CINEMATIC WARRIORS

Gregory L. Reece

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Superwomen in Modern Mythology

Jennifer K. Stuller

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TOMB RAIDERS AND SPACE INVADERS

The Cult of the King

Radical Narratives, Fantasies and Futures in Media Studies

Mysterious Creatures, Lost Worlds and Amazing Inventions

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ELVIS RELIGION

RENEWING FEMINISMS

Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films

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Elizabeth Wilson

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Videogame Forms and Contexts

Geoff King and Tanya Krzywinska

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GERTRUDE AND ALICE Diana Souhami

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LORCA, BUÑUEL, DALÍ

Forbidden Pleasures and Connected Lives

Gwynne Edwards

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Popular Culture From Mad Men to gaming culture, performance art to steam-punk fashion, the presentation and representation of gender continues to saturate popular media. This new series seeks to explore the intersection of gender and popular culture engaging with a variety of texts – drawn primarily from art, fashion TV, cinema, cultural studies and media studies – as a way of considering various models for understanding the complementary relationship between ‘gender identities’ and ‘popular culture’. By considering race, ethnicity, class, and sexual identities across a range of cultural forms, each book in the series will adopt a critical stance towards issues surrounding the development of gender identities and popular and mass cultural ‘products’. For further information or enquiries please contact library Series Editors: Claire Nally: claire.nally@northumbria.ac.uk and Angela Smith: angela.smith@sunderland.ac.uk

FRAMING THE SINGLE MOTHER NEW

NAKED EXHIBITIONISM

Gender, Politics and Family Values in Contemporary Popular Culture Louise Fitzgerald, Brighton University

Claire Nally, Northumbria University and Angela Smith, University of Sunderland

Louise Fitzgerald offers a compelling critical account of the cultural investment in and celebration of mainstream cinema’s single mother figure and her children. Engaging with sociology, history, feminist and post-feminist studies and masculinity studies, this book makes an important intervention in debates about contemporary motherhood. 256 PAGES 234 X 156MM JUNE 2014 9781784530099 HARDBACK £58.00 26 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS LIBRARY OF GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE

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Gendered Performance and Public Exposure

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Femininity and Celebrity in Tween Popular Culture Melanie Kennedy The last decade has seen a dramatic increase in media output aimed at pre-adolescent girls – and the expansion, more broadly, of ‘tween’ popular culture. However, the ‘tween’ phenomenon has attracted little academic attention – until the arrival of this book. Tweenhood offers an essential, timely examination of mainstream pre-adolescent girls’ films, television programmes, celebrities and extra-texts from 2004 onwards, including: ‘princess’ narratives; The Prince & Me; A Cinderella Story; and Disney Channel programming and films Hannah Montana and Camp Rock. 256 PAGES 216 X 134MM OCTOBER 2014 9781780768427 HARDBACK £58.00 10 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS LIBRARY OF GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE

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International Media MANAGING HERITAGE, MAKING PEACE NEW

History, Identity and Memory in Contemporary Kenya Annie E. Coombes, Lotte Hughes and Karega-Munene

PROPAGANDA, POWER AND PERSUASION NEW From World War I to Wikileaks David Welch, University of Leicester (Ed.)

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NARRATING CONFLICT IN THE MIDDLE EAST NEW

Discourse, Image and Communication Practices in Lebanon and Palestine Dina Matar, SOAS and Zahera Harb, City University, London

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International Media IMAGE POLITICS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

PALESTINE ONLINE

Lina Khatib

Miriyam Aouragh

Transnationalism, Communications and the Reinvention of Identity

The Role of the Visual in Political Struggle

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Zahera Harb

MUSLIMS AND THE NEWS MEDIA

WOMEN AND MEDIA IN THE MIDDLE EAST

ARAB CULTURAL STUDIES

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OBSERVANT STATES

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Tarik Sabry

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THE ARABISRAELI CONFLICT IN THE MEDIA

Producing Shared Memory and National Identity in the Global Television Era

Tamar Ashuri

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ARAB MEDIA AND POLITICAL RENEWAL Community, Legitimacy and Public Life

Dina Matar

Tarik Sabry (Ed.)

On Media, the Modern and the Everyday

Naomi Sakr (Ed.)

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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE PALESTINIAN

Mapping the Field

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CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS IN THE ARAB WORLD

Naomi Sakr

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Elizabeth Poole and John E. Richardson (Eds)

Geopolitics and Visual Culture Fraser MacDonald, Rachel Hughes and Klaus Dodds (Eds)

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ARAB TELEVISION TODAY

Annabelle Sreberny and Gholam Khiabany

THE NEW ARAB JOURNALIST Lawrence Pintak

Jean K. Chalaby

The Internet and Politics in Iran

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Mission and Identity in a Time of Turmoil

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Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks

BLOGISTAN

CHANNELS OF RESISTANCE IN LEBANON Liberation Propaganda, Hezbollah and the Media

TRANSNATIONAL TELEVISION IN EUROPE

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FRAGMENTS OF CULTURE The Everyday of Modern Turkey

Deniz Kandiyoti and Ayse Saktanber (Eds) 360 PAGES 234 X 156MM 9781860644276 PAPERBACK £18.99 20 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

TRANSNATIONAL TELEVISION WORLDWIDE Towards a New Media Order

Jean K. Chalaby (Ed.) 256 PAGES 216 X 138MM 9781850435488 PAPERBACK £16.99

Naomi Sakr (Ed.)

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ITALY

NEW

NEW

Journalism, Influence and Democracy John Lloyd and Fernando Giugliano

Journalism, Influence and Democracy John Lloyd and Haiyan Wang

The huge control Silvio Berlusconi exercised over the media when Italian Prime Minister – six of the seven terrestrial TV channels were under his influence – and the continuing influence he exerted when in opposition is unprecedented in a democratic state. This book shows how Berlusconi came to effectively control the Italian media and how his media influence in turn enabled him to gain – and crucially to maintain – political power. 288 PAGES 216 X 134MM DECEMBER 2014 9781780765839 HARDBACK £62.00

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REUTERS INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF JOURNALISM In an era of globalization, the comparative study of the practice and nature of journalism on an international level is increasingly important. This new series provides a unique global perspective on the role of the media in the modern world, offering analysis of addressing the key issues facing journalists today. The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) is a research centre for international comparative journalism based at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford.

THE ETHICS OF JOURNALISM

NEW

Individual, Institutional and Cultural Influence Wendy Wyatt, University of St Thomas, Minnesota (Ed.) The landscape in which journalists now work is substantially different to that of the twentieth century. The rise of digital and social media necessitates a new way of considering the ethical questions facing practicing journalists. This volume considers the various individual, cultural and institutional influences that have an impact on journalistic ethics today.

TRANSPARENCY IN POLITICS AND THE MEDIA Accountability and Open Government

James T. Hamilton, Nigel Bowles and David Levy (Eds)

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WOMEN IN JOURNALISM Suzanne Franks

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39 Steps, The: Glancy, 30 978 1 86064 614 0, PB, £12.99 Abject Spaces in...: Pheasant-Kelly, 27 978 1 84885 597 7, HB, £62.00 Adolf Loos: Masheck, 14 978 1 78076 423 8, PB, £17.99 Adorned in Dreams: Wilson, 15 978 1 86064 921 9, PB, £15.99 Adorno Reframed: Boucher, 9 978 1 84885 947 0, PB, £12.99 Aesthetics and Neo...: Hockenhull, 28 978 1 84885 901 2, HB, £58.00 After Dracula: Peirse, 20 978 1 84885 531 1, PB, £16.99 Aftershock: Cashell, 11 978 1 84511 524 1, PB , £18.99 Agamben Reframed: Smith, 8 978 1 78076 261 6, PB, £12.99 Age of the Dream..., The: Richards, 29 978 1 84885 122 1, PB, £17.99 Aim for the Heart: Hughes, 28 978 1 84511 902 7, HB, £22.50 Alberto Giacometti: Mathews 5 978 1 78076 786 4, HB, £59.50 Alexander Medvedkin: Widdis, 31 978 1 85043 405 4, PB, £14.99 Allegory in Iranian Cinema: Langford 18 978 1 78076 298 2, HB, £59.50 978 1 78076 299 9, PB, £15.99 Alphaville: Darke, 25 978 1 85043 986 8, PB, £12.99 Amelie: Vanderschelden, 25 978 1 84511 375 9, PB, £12.99 American Independent Cinema: King, 27 978 1 85043 938 7, PB, £16.99 American Look, The: Arnold, 15 978 1 84511 896 9, HB, £59.00 978 1 86064 763 5, PB, £17.99 American Science ...: Johnson-Smith, 37 978 1 86064 882 3, PB, £16.99 Angry Buzz, The: Holland, 33 978 1 84511 051 2, PB, £17.99 Antipolitics in Central European Art 1956-1989: Kemp-Welch, 3 978 1 78076 696 6, HB, £68.00 Apu Trilogy, The: Robinson, 23 978 1 84885 516 8, PB, £12.99 Arab-Israeli Conflict in..., The: Ashuri, 40 978 1 84511 814 3, HB, £62.50 Arab Cultural Studies: Sabry, 40 978 1 84885 558 8, HB, £54.00 978 1 84885 559 5, PB, £19.99 Arab Media and Political...: Sakr, 40 978 1 84511 433 6, HB, £68.50 978 1 84511 327 8, PB, £19.99 Arab Television Today: Sakr, 23 978 1 84511 563 0, HB, £59.00 978 1 84511 564 7, PB, £16.99 Arnold: Saunders, 128 978 1 84511 948 5, PB, £15.99 Art and Advertising: Gibbons, 10 978 1 85043 586 0, PB, £14.99 Art and Animals: Aloi, 10 978 1 84885 524 3, HB, £56.00 978 1 84885 525 0, PB, £14.99 Art and Architecture: Rendell, 14 978 1 84511 222 6, PB £18.99 Art and Death: Townsend, 10 978 1 84511 662 0, HB, £56.00 978 1 84511 663 7, PB, £14.99 Art and Laughter: Klein, 10 978 1 84511 233 2, HB, £56.00 978 1 85043 931 8, PB, £14.99 Art and Politics: Mesch, 10 978 1 84885 109 2, HB, £58.00 978 1 84885 110 8, PB, £16.99 Art and Psychoanalysis: Walsh, 10 978 1 84885 797 1, HB, £45.00 978 1 84885 798 8, PB, £14.99 Art and Science: Ede, 10 978 1 85043 584 6, PB, £14.99 Art and Sex: Watson, 10 978 1 84511 664 4, HB, £56.00 978 1 84511 665 1, PB, £14.99 Art and the City: Whybrow, 11 978 1 84511 465 7, PB, £17.99 Art and the Home: Racz 2 978 1 78076 200 5, HB, £54.50 978 1 78076 201 2, PB, £16.99 Art and Trauma in ...: Bisschoff & Peer, 12 978 1 84885 692 9, HB, £59.50 Art and War: Brandon, 10 978 1 84511 236 3, HB, £56.00 978 1 84511 237 0, PB, £14.99 Art Beyond Representation: Bolt, 12 978 1 85043 411 5, PB, £17.99 Auschwitz and Afterimages: Chare, 11 978 1 84885 591 5, PB , £18.99 Authorship and the Films...: Todd, 27 978 1 84885 579 3, HB, £56.00 978 1 84885 580 9, PB, £16.99 Badiou Reframed: Ling, 8 978 1 78076 260 9, PB, £12.99 Bakhtin Reframed: Haynes, 8 978 1 78076 512 9, PB, £12.99 Battlestar Galactica: Kaveney & Stoy, 35 978 1 84885 373 7, PB, £14.99 Battleship Potemkin, The: Taylor, 31 978 1 86064 393 4, PB, £12.99 Baudrillard Reframed: Toffoletti, 9 978 1 84511 678 1, PB, £12.99 Bed and Sofa: Graffy, 32 978 1 86064 503 7, PB, £12.99 Being Gorgeous: Willson 37 978 1 78076 283 8, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 284 5, PB, £14.99 Beyond Dixon of...:Sydney-Smith, 33 978 1 86064 790 1, HB, £62.50 978 1 86064 824 3, PB, £19.99 Black Narcissus: Street, 30 978 1 84511 046 8, PB, £12.99 Black Artists in British Art: Chambers 2 978 1 78076 271 5, HB, £62.00

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978 1 78076 272 2, PB, £16.99 Blogistan: Srebeny & Khiabany, 978 1 84511 607 1, PB, £14.99 Bluebeard’s Legacy: Pollock, 978 1 84511 633 0, PB, £18.99 Bohemians: Wilson, 978 1 86064 782 6, PB, £12.99 Bout de Souffle, A: Fotiade, 978 1 78076 508 2, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 509 9, PB, £12.99 Brazil on Screen: Nagib, 978 1 84511 328 5, PB, £16.99 Breaching Borders: Steyn 978 1 78076 259 3, HB, £54.50 Brighton Rock: Chibnall, 978 1 85043 400 9, PB, £12.99 Britain Can Take It: Aldgate, et al, 978 1 84511 445 9, PB, £19.99 British at War, The: Chapman, 978 1 86064 627 0, PB, £17.99 British Cinema & the Cold War: Shaw, 978 1 84511 211 0, PB, £17.99 British Film Design: Ede, 978 1 84885 107 8, HB, £59.00 978 1 84885 108 5, PB, £16.99 British Science...: Cook & Wright, 978 1 84511 048 2, PB, £18.99 Carnal Aesthetics: Zarzycka et al, 978 1 78076 013 1, PB, £18.99 Carnal Knowledge: Barrett and Bolt, 978 1 78076 266 1, PB, £17.99 Casque D’or: Leahy, 978 1 84511 368 1, PB, £12.99 Catholic Church and... The: McGregor 978 1 84885 653 0, HB, £58.00 Channels of Resistance in...: Harb, 978 1 84885 120 7, HB, £54.00 978 1 84885 121 4, PB, £17.99 Chapaev: Graffy, 978 1 85043 987 5, PB, £12.99 Charge of the Light..., The: Connelly, 978 1 86064 612 6, PB, £12.99 Charles Sheeler: Rawlinson, 978 1 85043 902 8, PB, £19.99 chien andalou, Un: Adamowicz, 978 1 84885 056 9, PB, £12.99 China: Lloyd and Wang 978 1 78076 578 5, HB, £58.00 Child in Film, The: Lury 978 1 84511 967 6, HB, £59.00 978 1 84511 968 3, PB, £15.99 Cinema and Soviet Society: Kenez, 978 0 86064 568 6, PB, £19.99 Cinema Italiano: Hughes 978 1 84885 607 3, HB, £62.00 978 1 84885 608 0, PB, £15.50 Cinema and the Audiovisual Imagination: Robertson, 978 1 78076 717 8, HB, £56.00 Cinema in Central Asia: Rouland, Abikeyeva and Beumers, 978 1 84511 900 3, HB, £58.00 978 1 84511 901 0, PB, £17.99 Cinema of Alexander..., The: Beumers 978 1 84885 343 0, PB, £17.99 Cinema of Tarkovsky, The: Skakov, 978 1 84885 630 1, PB, £17.99 Cinematography: Keating, 978 1 78453 018 1, HB, £58.00 978 1 78453 019 8, PB, £14.99 Claude Cahun: Doy, 978 1 84511 551 7, PB, £19.99 Cleo de 5 à 7: Orpen, 978 1 84511 369 8, PB, £12.99 Climate Change and the Media: Painter, 978 1 78076 588 4, PB, £12.99 Colour, Art and Empire: Eaton, 978 1 78076 519 8, HB, £68.00 Concentrationary Memories: Pollock 978 1 78076 896 0, HB, £59.50 Conceptual Odysseys: Pollock, 978 1 84511 523 4, PB, 17.99 Contemporary British...: Fortnum, 978 1 84511 224 0, PB, £15.99 Contemporary British Television Drama: Chapman 978 1 78076 522 8, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 523 5, PB, £14.99 Contemporary New ...: Conrich, et al 978 1 84511 837 2, PB, £18.99 Content Cultures: Popple 978 1 78076 513 6, HB, £58.00 Corbeau, Le: Mayne, 978 1 84511 370 4, PB , £12.99 Creatures of the Night: Reece, 978 1 84885 385 0, PB, £10.99 Crime Watching: Jermyn, 978 1 84511 239 4, PB, £19.99 Crime Wave: Hughes, 978 1 84511 219 6, PB, £19.99 Crowded Prairie, The: Coyne, 978 1 86064 259 3, PB, £18.99 Cult TV Book, The: Abbott, 978 1 84885 026 2, PB, £15.99 Cultural Encounters in the...: Sabry, 978 1 84885 360 7, PB, £16.99 Cultural Passions: Wilson, 978 1 78076 285 2, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 286 9, PB, £14.99 Curse of the Werewolf, The: Coudray, 978 1 84511 158 8, PB, £18.99 Death Penalty in American Cinema, The: Kozlovsky-Golan, 978 1 78076 333 0, HB, £62.00 Deleuze Reframed: Sutton et al, 978 1 84511 547 0, PB, £12.99 Delirious Museum, The: Storrie, 978 1 84511 509 8, PB, £15.99 Derrida Reframed: Richards, 978 1 84511 546 3, PB, £12.99 Dexter: Howard, 978 1 84885 265 5, PB, £12.99 Diaboliques, Les: Hayward, 978 1 84511 102 1, PB, £12.99 Digital and Other...: Bryant & Pollock, 978 1 84511 568 5, PB, £17.99

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Digital Art: Lambert, 978 1 84885 858 9, HB, £62.00 978 1 84885 859 6, PB, £18.99 Digital Nightmares: Aldana 978 1 78453 025 9, HB, £59.50 Digital Snaps: Larsen and Sandbye, 978 1 78076 331 6, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 332 3, PB, £16.99 Dmitri Shostakovich: Riley, 978 1 85043 484 9, PB, £14.99 Doctor’s Monsters: Graham Sleight, 978 1 84885 178 8, PB, £12.99 Doctor Who, The Eleventh Hour: O’Day, 978 1 78076 018 6, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 019 3, PB, £12.99 Domains of Influence: Hassink, 978 1 84511 659 0, HB, £31.50 Doris Day Confidential: McDonald, 978 1 84885 582 3, PB, £14.99 Dracula: Hutchings, 978 1 86064 748 2, PB, £12.99 Drawing Ambiguity: TRACEY, 978 1 78076 254 8 PB, £19.99 Drawing Difference: Meskimmon and Sawdon 978 1 78453 026 6, HB, £56.00 978 1 78453 027 3, PB, £16.99 Drawing Now: TRACEY, 978 1 84511 533 3, PB, £18.99 Dress Behind Bars: Ash, 978 1 85043 893 9, HB, £41.50 978 1 85043 894 6, PB, £16.99 Dressed for War: Edwards, 978 1 78076 707 9, HB, £25.00 East Asian Cinemas: Hunt & Leung 978 1 84511 615 6, PB, £16.99 East Asian Film Noir: Shin 978 1 78076 008 7, HB, £56.50 978 1 78076 009 4, PB, £15.99 Eisenstein on the...: Robertson 978 1 84885 731 5, PB, £18.99 Elvis Religion: Reece, 978 1 84511 164 9, PB, £14.99 Encounters Beyond the Gallery: Dohmen, 978 1 78076 371 2, HB, £58.00 End of St. Petersburg, The: Kepley, Jr 978 1 86064 911 0, PB, £12.99 Engaged with the Arts: Tusa, 978 1 84511 424 4, HB, £22.50 Ethics of Journalism, The: Wyatt, 978 1 78076 673 7, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 674 4, PB, £19.99 Ethics of Visuality, The: Kenaan, 978 1 78076 515 0, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 516 7, PB, £16.99 Europeanness of European Cinema, The: Timoshkina, 978 1 78076 929 5, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 930 1, PB, £17.99 Eva Hesse: Corby, 978 1 84511 544 9, PB, £18.99 Exploring Site-Specific Art: Rugg, 978 1 84885 064 4, PB, £17.99 Extraordinary Archive of Arthur J. Munby, The: Edge, 978 1 78076 697 3, HB, £56.00 Falling in Love Again: Abbott & Jermyn 978 1 84511 771 9, PB, £16.99 Family Films in Global Cinema: Brown and Babington, 978 1 78453 008 2, HB, £62.00 Fashion and Psychoanalysis: Bancroft, 978 1 78076 003 2, HB, £68.00 978 1 78076 004 9, PB, £17.99 Fashion as Photograph: Shinkle, 978 1 84511 516 6, HB, £56.00 978 1 84511 517 3, PB, £16.99 Fashion Crimes: Turney, 978 1 78076 698 0, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 699 7, PB, £16.99 Fashion, Desire and Anxiety: Arnold, 978 1 86064 555 6, PB, £21.00 Fashioning Appetite: Finkelstein, 978 1 78076 262 3 HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 263 0, PB, £16.99 Fashioning the City: Rocamora, 978 1 84511 897 6, PB, £18.99 Fashioning the...: Buckley et al, 978 1 86064 506 8, PB , £18.99 Female Body in the Looking-Glass, The: Sliwinska 978 1 78076 644 7, HB, £56.00 Femininity in the Frame: Bell, 978 1 84885 159 7, PB, £17.99 Feminism and Popular Culture: Munford and Waters, 978 1 85043 895 3, PB, £16.99 Festival of Britain, The: Atkinson, 978 1 84885 792 6, PB, £17.99 Film and Fairy Tales: Moen, 978 1 78076 251 7 , HB, £62.00 Film England: Higson, 978 1 84885 453 6, HB, £62.50 978 1 84885 454 3, PB, £17.99 Film Propaganda: Taylor, 978 1 86064 167 1, PB, £14.99 Films of Claire Denis, The: Vecchio, 978 1 84885 953 1, HB, £62.00 978 1 84885 954 8, PB, £16.99 Filming the Modern Middle ...: Khatib, 978 1 84511 191 5, PB, £17.99 Forward Soviet!: Roberts, 978 1 86064 282 1, HB, £62.50 Fragments of Culture: Kandiyoti et al, 978 1 86064 427 6, PB, £18.99 Framing the Single Mother: Fitzgerald 978 1 78453 009 9, HB, £58.00 Frank Capra’s Eastern Horizons: Rawitsch 978 1 78076 869 4, HB, £58.00 Freedom and Vengeance on Film: Watkins 978 1 78453 010 5, HB, £56.00 French Screen Goddess, The: Driskell 978 1 78076 700 0, HB, £58.00 From Alien to the Matrix: Kaveney 978 1 85043 806 9, PB, £15.99 From Iran to Hollywood and ...: Gow 978 1 84885 527 4, PB, £18.99 From Moscow to...: Mazierska et al,

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978 1 86064 851 9, PB, £18.99 Gender, Modernity &...: Lewis, et al, 12 978 1 86064 957 8, PB, £19.99 Gertrude and Alice: Souhami 38 978 1 84885 148 1, PB, £12.99 Get Carter: Chibnall, 30 978 1 86064 910 3, PB, £12.99 Golden Age of Pantomime, The: Richards 38 978 1 78076 293 7, HB, £25.00 Gordon Matta-Clark: Walker, 12 978 1 84511 966 9, PB, £17.99 Grande Illusion, La: O’Shaughnessy 26 978 1 84885 057 6, PB, £12.99 Greek Cinema from Cacoyannis to the Present: Karalis, 23 978 1 78076 729 1, HB, £58.00 Guattari Reframed: Elliott, 9 978 1 78076 233 3, PB, £12.99 Haine, La: Vincendeau, 26 978 1 84511 101 4, PB, £12.99 Happy Stripper, The: Willson, 38 978 1 84511 318 6, PB, £12.99 Heidegger Reframed: Bolt, 9 978 1 84511 679 8, PB, £12.99 Helen Chadwick: Walker, 11 978 1 78076 007 0, PB, £19.99 Henry Moore in America: Rose, 3 978 1 84885 821 3, HB, £58.00 Hitchcock and the Cinema of...: Elliott, 22 978 1 84885 587 8, HB, £59.50 Hollywood and the Americanization of Britain: Glancy, 28 978 1 84885 407 9, HB, £62.00 Hollywood Catwalk: McDonald, 28 978 1 84885 040 8, PB, £17.99 Hollywood Genres...: Chopra-Grant, 28 978 1 85043 838 0, PB, £18.99 Hollywood Heroines: Hanson, 28 978 1 84511 562 3, PB, £16.99 Hollywood Riots: Dibbern 19 978 1 78076 632 4, HB, £56.00 Hollywood’s History Films: Eldridge, 28 978 1 84511 061 1, PB, £18.99 Hollywood’s New ...: Dickenson, 28 978 1 84511 103 8, PB, £15.99 Home Movies: Jenkins 18 978 1 78076 182 4, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 183 1, PB, £17.99 Horror Zone: Conrich, 22 978 1 84885 151 1, PB, £14.99 Hunting The Dark Knight: Brooker 27 978 1 84885 280 8, PB, £12.99 Hyperdrawing: TRACEY, 7 978 1 78076 254 8, PB, £19.50 If….: Sutton, 30 978 1 85043 672 0, PB, £12.99 Inert Cities: Hemelryk 3 978 1 78076 973 8, PB, £17.99 Impure Cinema: Nagib and Jerslev, 24 978 1 78076 510 5, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 511 2, PB, £17.99 Indie 2.0: King, 27 978 1 84885 316 4, HB, £58.00 978 1 84885 317 1, PB, £16.99 Ingmar Bergman: McNab, 22 978 1 84885 046 0, HB, £22.50 Ink-Stained Amazons…:Stuller, 38 978 1 84511 965 2, PB, £11.99 Inside the Freud Museum: Morra, 4 978 1 78076 206 7, HB, £51.50 978 1 78076 207 4, PB, £17.99 Inside the Tardis: Chapman, 36 978 1 78076 140 4, PB, £14.99 Intersubjective Encounters: Arnold, 2 978 1 78076 702 4, HB, £62.00 Intervention Architecture: Aga Khan 37 978 1 84511 673 6, PB, £18.99 Investigating ‘Alias’: Abbott & Brown, 35 978 1 84511 405 3, PB , £16.99 Investigating ‘Charmed’: Beeler , 35 978 1 84511 480 0, PB, £15.99 Investigating ‘Farscape’: Battis, 35 978 1 84511 342 1, PB, £15.99 Investigating ‘Firefly’...: Wilcox et al 35 978 1 84511 654 5, PB, £15.99 Iranian Cinema: Sadr, 22 978 1 84511 146 5, HB, £62.50 978 1 84511 147 2, PB, £17.99 Israeli Cinema: Shohat, 22 978 1 84511 313 1, PB, £16.99 Italy: Lloyd and Giugliano, 41 978 1 78076 583 9, HB, £62.00 Ivan the Terrible: Neuberger, 32 978 1 86064 560 0, PB, £12.99 Jews, Nazis and the Cinema of Hungary: Frey 18 978 1 78076 451 1, HB, £56.00 Joss Whedon, A Creative Portrait: Lavery, 27 978 1 84885 030 9, PB, £10.99 Jour se Lève, Le: McCann, 25 978 1 78076 592 1, PB, £12.99 Junk: Whiteley, 11 978 1 84885 412 3, HB, £59.00 978 1 84885 413 0, PB, £16.99 Kira Muratova: Taubman, 31 978 1 85043 409 2, PB, £14.99 Kristeva Reframed: Barrett, 9 978 1 84511 660 6, PB, £12.99 Korda: Drazin, 29 978 1 84885 695 0, PB, £16.99 Lacan Reframed: Levine, 9 978 1 84511 548 7, PB, £12.99 Land Matters: Wells, 13 978 1 84511 865 5, HB, £58.00 978 1 84511 864 8, PB, £18.99 Lebanese Cinema: Khatib 24 978 1 84511 628 6, PB, £16.99 Licence to Thrill: Chapman, 29 978 1 84511 515 9, PB, £12.99 Light and Photomedia: McKenzie 13 978 1 78076 277 7, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 278 4, PB, £16.99 Liquid Space: Redmond 20 978 1 78076 186 2, HB, £49.50 978 1 78076 187 9, PB, £16.99

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Little Madnesses: Kuhn, 978 1 78076 161 9, PB, £18.99 Little Vera: Beardow, 978 1 86064 611 9, PB , £12.99 Live Flesh: Fouz-Hernandez et al, 978 1 84511 450 3, PB, £17.99 Live From the Moon: Allen, 978 1 845111 69 4, HB, £59.00 978 1 84511 170 0, PB, £17.99 Living with Star Trek: Geraghty, 978 1 84511 421 3, HB, £62.50 978 1 84511 265 3, PB, £15.99 Lorca, Buñuel, Dalí: Edwards, 978 1 84885 007 1, HB, £27.00 Love and Monsters: Booy, 978 1 84885 478 9, HB, £58.00 978 1 84885 479 6, PB, £14.99 Loving The L Word: Heller, 978 1 78076 424 5, PB, £14.99 Lynda Benglis..., The: Richmond, 978 1 78076 257 9, HB, £56.00 Lyotard Reframed: Ralph-Jones, 978 1 84511 680 4, PB, £12.99 Mad Men: Edgerton, 978 1 84885 379 9, PB, £12.99 Mainstreaming Sex: Attwood, 978 1 84511 827 3, PB, £16.99 MAKE Anthology, The: Walsh and Throp 978 1 78076 757 4, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 758 1, PB, £16.99 Makeover Television: Heller, 978 1 84511 330 6, PB, £15.99 Makhmalbaf at Large: Dabashi, 978 1 84511 1532 6, PB, £17.99 Mamma Mia!...: FitzGerald & Williams, 978 1 84885 942 5, PB, £19.50 Man Who Got Carter, The: Spicer and McKenna, 978 1 78076 282 1, HB, £58.00 Man with the Movie..., The: Roberts, 978 1 86064 394 1, PB, £12.99 Managing Heritage, Making Peace: Coombes, et al 978 1 78076 152 7, HB, £59.50 Material Inventions: Barrett and Bolt 978 1 78076 986 8, HB, £59.50 Media and Public Shaming: Petley, 978 1 78076 586 0, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 587 7, PB, £17.99 Merleau-Ponty Reframed: Fisher, 978 1 84885 799 5, PB, £12.99 Mirror: Synessios, 978 1 86064 521 1, PB, £12.99 Modest Fashion: Lewis, 978 1 78076 382 8, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 383 5, PB, £15.99 Monochrome: Staff 978 1 78453 048 8 , HB, £59.50 978 1 78453 049 5, PB, £17.99 Monstrosity: Wright, 978 1 78076 335 4, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 336 1, PB, £17.99 Music in Cult TV: Halfyard 978 1 78453 028 0, HB, £56.00 978 1 78453 029 7, PB, £16.99 Muslims & the News...: Poole, et al 978 1 84511 172 4, PB, £17.99 Mysterious Skin: Fouz-Hernandez, 978 1 84511 831 0, PB, £17.99 Naked Exhibitionism: Nally & Smith 978 1 84885 852 7, HB, £56.00 Narrating Conflict in ...: Matar & Harb, 978 1 78076 102 2, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 103 9, PB, £16.99 New Arab Journalist, The: Pintak, 978 1 84885 098 9, HB, £62.50 978 1 84885 099 6, PB, £17.99 New Argentine Cinema: Andermann, 978 1 84885 463 5, PB, £17.99 New Brazillian Cinema, The: Nagib, 978 1 86064 928 8, PB, £16.99 New Dimensions of Doctor Who: Hils and Mellor, 978 1 84511 866 2, PB, £12.99 New Directions in...: Cooke et al, 978 1 84885 907 4 PB £16.99 New Hollywood Cinema: King, 978 1 86064 750 5, PB, £19.99 New Jew in Film, The: Abrams, 978 1 84885 574 8, HB, £58.00 978 1 84885 575 5, PB, £15.99 New Scottish Cinema, The: Murray 978 1 84511 861 7, HB, £62.00 New Turkish Cinema, The: Suner, 978 1 84511 949 2, HB, £59.00 978 1 84511 950 8, PB, £17.99 New York, New Wave: Battista 978 1 84885 894 7, HB, £56.00 978 1 84885 895 4, PB, £16.99 Night to Remember, A: Richards, 978 1 86064 869 6, PB, £12.99 Nikita: Hayward, 978 1 84511 447 3, PB, £12.99 Nip/Tuck: Kaveney & Stoy, 978 1 84511 862 4, PB, £12.99 Observant States: MacDonald et al 978 1 84511 945 4, PB, £19.99 On Cinema: Rocher, 978 1 78076 703 1, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 704 8, PB, £16.99 On the Button: Edwards, 978 1 84885 584 7, HB, £14.99 Once Upon a Time in the...: Hughes, 978 1 85043 896 0, PB, £14.99 Origins of Romantic Painting, The: MacNamidhe 978 1 78076 937 0, HB, £29.50 Outer Limits: Hughes 978 1 78076 166 4, PB, £14.99 Pain in the Arts: Tusa 978 1 78076 817 5, HB, £25.00 Palestine Online: Aouragh, 978 1 78076 241 8, PB, £25.00 Participation in Art and Architecture: Stierli 978 1 78453 030 3, HB, £62.00 Passionate Being: Lomax,

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978 1 84885 097 2, PB, £18.99 Past and Present: Chapman, 29 978 1 85043 808 3, PB, £18.99 Performing Authorship: Sayad, 24 978 1 78076 005 6, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 006 3, PB, £16.99 Performing the East: Bryzgel, 10 978 1 84885 948 7, HB, £56.00 Photobook, The: Di Bello, et al, 13 978 1 84885 615 8, HB, £59.50 978 1 84885 616 5, PB, £18.99 Photography and Cyprus: Wells, Stylianou-Lambert and Philippou, 1 3 978 1 78076 653 9, HB, £62.00 Photography and Surrealism: Bate, 13 978 1 86064 379 8, PB, £19.99 Picturing Place: Schwartz, Ryan, 14 978 86064 752 9, PB, £25.50 Poetic Biopolitics: Rawes, 8 978 1 78076 912 7, HB, £65.00 Poetics and Place: Kreider, 9 978 1 78076 337 8, HB, £58.00 Political Journalism in Transition: Kuhn and Nielsen, 41 978 1 78076 677 5, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 678 2, PB, £19.99 Popular Italian Cinema: Brizio-Skov, 22 978 1 84885 572 4, HB, £62.50 Postcolonial Approaches to..: Mazierska, Kristensen & Näripea, 18 978 1 78076 301 9, HB, £58.00 Powell and Pressburger: Moor, 29 978 1 78076 377 4, PB, £12.99 Practical Aesthetics: Jill Bennett, 12 978 1 78076 144 2, PB, £16.99 Practice as Research: Barrett & Bolt 3 978 1 84885 301 0, PB, £18.99 Private Life of Henry..., The: Walker, 30 978 1 86064 909 7, PB, £12.99 Private Pictures: Struk 13 978 1 84885 442 0, HB, £50.00 978 1 84885 443 7, PB, £15.99 Projecting Empire: Chapman & Cull, 21 978 1 84511 940 9, PB, £16.99 Projecting Tomorrow: Chapman and Cull, 21 978 1 78076 409 2, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 410 8, PB, £14.99 Propaganda and the German...: Welch, 22 978 1 86064 520 4, PB, £15.99 Propaganda, Power and Persuasion: Welch, 39 978 1 78076 458 0, HB, £56.00 Quality TV: McCabe & Akass 34 978 1 84511 511 1, PB, £17.99 Queer Cinema of..., The: Richardson, 22 978 1 84511 537 1, PB, £16.99 Queer Masculinities in Contemporary Latin...: Subero, 24 978 1 78076 320 0, HB, £58.00 Queer Politics of...: Chambers, 34 978 1 84511 681 1, PB, £16.99 Radical Frontiers in the...: Fisher 20 978 1 78076 711 6 , PB, £17.99 Reading ‘24’: Peacock, 34 978 1 84511 329 2, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Angel’: Abbott, 37 978 1 85043 839 7, PB, £12.99 Reading Art, Reading...: Robinson, 12 978 1 86064 953 0, PB, £19.99 Reading Asian Television...: Kim, 34 978 1 84511 860 0, PB, £16.99 Reading ‘CSI’: Allen, 34 978 1 84511 428 2, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Deadwood’: Lavery, 34 978 1 84511 221 9, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Desperate ...’: McCabe et al 34 978 1 84511 220 2, PB, £12.99 Reading Little Britain: Lockyer, 34 9781845119393, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Lost’: Pearson, 34 978 1 84511 836 5, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Sex & the City’: Akass et al 34 978 1 85043 423 8, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Six Feet Under’: Akass et al 34 978 1 85043 809 0, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘Stargate...’: Beeler et al, 36 978 1 84511 183 0, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘The L Word’: Akass et al, 34 978 1 84511 179 3, PB, £12.99 Reading ‘The Sopranos’: Lavery, 34 978 1 84511 121 2, PB, £12.99 Reading the Vampire...: Kaveney, 37 978 1 86064 984 4, PB, £10.99 Realism of the Senses in Contemporary World Cinema: de Luca, 24 978 1 78076 630 0, HB, £56.00 Règle du Jeu, La: Reader, 26 978 1 8488 5054 5, PB, £12.99 Reine Margot, La: Pidduck, 26 978 1 84511 100 7, PB, £12.99 Renegotiating the Body: Battista, 4 978 1 84885 961 6, PB, £17.99 Repentance: Youngblood & Woll, 32 978 1 86064 395 8, PB, £12.99 Rethinking Orientalism: Lewis, 12 978 1 86064 729 1, HB, £68.50 Re-viewing Television...: Wheatley, 33 978 1 84511 188 5, PB, £17.99 Rififi: Philips, 26 978 1 84885 055 2, PB, £12.99 Roman Polanski: Mazierska, 22 978 1 84511 297 4, PB, £17.99 Russia on Reels: Beumers, 31 978 1 86064 390 3, PB, £18.99 Russian-American Hero in Soviet Film, The: Levitina 30 978 1 78453 010 5, HB, £58.00 Saints and Avengers: Chapman, 36 978 1 86064 754 3, PB, £18.99 Satyajit Ray: Robinson, 23 978 1 86064 965 3, PB, £17.99 Savage Junctures: Nesbet, 31 978 1 84511 418 3, PB, £18.99 Screening the Undead: Hunt, Lockyer and Williamson, 17 978 1 84885 924 1, PB, £14.99 Seeing from Above: Dorrian and Pousin, 12 978 1 78076 460 3, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 461 0, PB, £15.99 Screening Twilight: Clayton and Harman, 26

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978 1 78076 665 2, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 666 9, PB, £14.99 Screenwriting: Horton and Hoxter, 978 1 78453 020 4, HB, £58.00 9781 78453 021 1, PB, £14.99 Sex and Storytelling in Modern Cinema: Coleman, 978 1 78076 639 3, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 640 9, PB, £16.99 Shockers!: Mendik and Petley 978 1 78453 036 5 HB, £62.00 978 1 78453 033 4, PB, £16.99 Site-Writing: Rendell, 978 1 84511 999 7, PB, £17.99 Small Screens, Big Ideas: Thumim, 978 1 86064 683 6, HB, £62.50 978 1 86064 682 9, PB, £18.99 Sportswomen in Cinema: Chare 978 1 78453 012 9, HB, £58.00 Sounding the Event: Lomax, 978 1 85043 673 0, PB, £18.99 Soviet Cinema: Miller, 978 1 84885 009 5, PB, £17.99 Spaghetti Westerns: Frayling, 978 1 84511 207 3, PB, £18.99 Spectacular Narratives: King, 978 1 86064 573 0, PB, £15.99 Stagecoach to Tombstone: Hughes 978 1 84511 498 5, PB, £12.99 Stars in World Cinema: Bandhauer 978 1 78076 977 6, HB, £59.50 Stop the Clocks!: Powell, 978 1 78076 216 6, HB, £56.00 978 1 84885 175 7, PB, £16.99 Storm Over Asia: Sargeant, 978 1 84511 374 2, PB, £12.99 Street Photography: Scott, 978 1 84511 223 3, PB, £16.99 Subversive Stitch, The: Parker, 978 1 84885 283 9, PB, £14.99 Superheroes!: Kaveney, 978 1 84511 569 2, PB, £12.99 Tainted Love: Kerr 978 1 78076 195 4, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 196 1, PB, £15.99 TARDISbound: Britton, 978 1 84511 925 6, PB, £15.99 Tattoo: Lodder 978 1 78076 236 4, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 237 1, PB, £15.99 Technovisuality: Grace 978 1 78453 034 1, HB, £59.50 Teen Dreams: Kaveney, 978 1 84511 184 7, PB, £15.99 Terrorist Transgressions:, Malvern, 978 1 78076 701 7, HB, £59.50 Theorizing World Cinema: Nagib, et al: 978 1 84885 493 2, PB, £17.99 Thinking Through Fashion: Rocamora

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978 1 78076 733 8, HB, £59.50 978 1 78076 734 5, PB, £16.99 Third Wave Feminism &...: Johnson, 978 1 84511 246 2, PB, £17.99 This is Not Art: Jelinek, 978 1 84885 857 2, PB, £16.99 Time on Television: Jowett, 978 1 78453013 6, HB, £58.00 Time to Play: Zimna 978 1 78076 303 3, HB, £54.50 978 1 78076 304 0, PB, £18.99 Tom Cruise: O’Donnell 978 1 78453 052 5, HB, £59.50 Torchwood Declassified: Williams, 978 1 78076 177 0, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 178 7, PB, £16.99 Tomb Raiders & Space...: King, et al, 978 1 85043 814 4, PB, £18.99 Touching and Imagining: Svankmajer, 978 1 78076 146 6, HB, £58.00 978 1 78076 147 3, PB, £16.99 Towards a Theory...: Eisenstein 978 1 84885 356 0, PB, £19.99 Transformations in Egyptian Journalism: Sakr, 978 1 78076 589 1, PB, £12.99 Transnational Television ...: Chalaby, 978 1 85043 548 8, PB, £16.99 Transnational Television..., Chalaby, 978 1 84511 954 6, PB, £16.99 Transparency in Politics...: Bowles, Hamilton & Levy, 978 1 78076 675 1, HB, £52.50 978 1 78076 676 8, PB, £19.99 Triumph of a Time Lord: Hills, 978 1 84885 032 3, PB, £12.99 TV Critics and Popular...: Rixon, 978 1 84885 319 5, HB, £58.00 TV Detective, The: Piper 978 1 78076 294 4, HB, £49.50 978 1 78076 295 1, PB, £16.99 TV FAQ: Ellis, 978 1 84511 565 4, PB, £12.99 TV Horror: Jowett and Abbott, 978 1 84885 618 9, HB, £14.99 TV’s Betty Goes Global: McCabe and Akass, 978 1 78076 267 8, PB, £19.50 Tweenhood: Kennedy 978 1 78076 842 7, HB, £58.00 UFO Religion: Reece, 978 1 84511 451 0, PB, £12.99 Ugliness: Pop and Widrich, 978 1 78076 645 4, HB, £62.00 Ukrainian Cinema: First, 978 1 78076 554 9, HB, £58.00 Uncommon Grounds: Downey 978 1 78453 035 8, PB, £17.99 Understanding Architecture: Bussagli, 978 1 84511 089 5, HB, £37.00 Unica Zürn: Plumer

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978 1 78453 036 5, HB, £59.50 Unknown 1930s, The: Richards, 978 1 86064 628 7, PB, £18.99 Venus and Furs: Emberley 978 1 86064 230 2, HB, £62.50 978 1 86064 227 2, PB, £17.99 Violence of the Image, The: Kennedy 978 1 78076 788 8, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 789 5, PB, £15.99 Visions of the Human: Slevin 978 1 78076 631 7, HB, £56.00 Visual Politics of Psychoanalysis: Pollock, 978 1 78076 315 6, HB, £62.00 978 1 78076 316 3, PB, £18.99 Visualizing Feeling: Best, 978 1 78076 709 3, PB, £16.99 Vsevolod Pudovkin: Sargeant, 978 1 86064 544 9, HB, £62.50 Waltons, The: Chopra-Gant 978 1 84885 029 3, PB, £19.50 Waltzing with Bashir: Morag, 978 1 78076 264 7, HB, £62.00 Wastescapes: Crang 978 1 78076 932 5, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 933 2, PB, £17.99 Watching the World Change: Friend, 978 1 84511 545 6, PB, £15.99 Weird Science & Bizarre...: Reece, 978 1 84511 756 6, PB, £11.99 What It Means to be...: Matar, 978 1 84885 363 8, PB, £14.99 When Eagles Dared: Hughes, 978 1 84885 650 9, HB, £19.50 Whisky Galore! & the...: McArthur, 978 1 86064 633 1, PB, £12.99 Who is Who?: Decker, 978 1 78076 552 5, HB, £56.00 978 1 78076 553 2, PB, £15.99 Why Buffy Matters: Wilcox, 978 1 84511 029 1, PB, £12.99 Withnail and Us: Smith, 978 1 84885 092 7, PB, £17.99 Women and Media in the...: Sakr, 978 1 85043 545 7, PB, £18.99 Women in Journalism: Franks, 978 1 78076 585 3, PB, £12.99 Writings, 1922-1934: Eisenstein 978 1 84885 355 3, PB, £19.99 Writings, 1934-1947: Eisenstein 978 1 84885 357 7, PB, £19.99 Writing on the Image: Dorrian 978 1 78453 038 9, HB, £56.00 Writing the Image: Lomax, 978 1 86064 474 0, PB, £18.99

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