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I.B.Tauris 2016

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Dear Reader, We are delighted to introduce to you our new catalogue featuring the books in Visual Culture we’ll be launching through 2016. TheVisual Culture list continues to demonstrate our commitment to publishing quality writing and cutting-edge scholarship on international cinema and media, contemporary art, photography and architecture, cultural and media theory, fashion, design and popular culture, in books that appeal to academics and students, researchers and professionals, as well as to general readers. Books for 2016 include 3D Warhol, Thomas Morgan Evans’ study of Andy’s sculptural work; and Joanne Morra’s remarkable journey Inside the Freud Museums. In Roots and Culture, Eddie Chambers has written the story of Black British cultural politics. Other Cinemas, edited by Sue Clayton and Laura Mulvey, goes deep into experimental film. The TV Studio Production Handbook, by Lucy Brown and Lyndsay Duthie, marks our expansion into publishing for production students and professionals. New in the Reframed Series is Alex Ling’s Badiou Reframed; Tauris World Cinema Series welcomes Shelagh Rowan-Legg’s study of The Spanish Fantastic, and the Kino Series, Rachel Morley’s Performing Femininity. Experimental Fashion by Francesca Granata is new in the Dress Cultures Series, and in The Library of Gender and Popular Culture John Mercer explores the iconography and ideals of gay pornography. We are privileged to be working with authors dedicated to developing exciting fresh approaches to, and perspectives in, the visual arts and we welcome new proposals from writers similarly passionate about their subjects. With best wishes, Philippa Brewster - philippabrewster@gmail.com / pbrewster@ibtauris.com Baillie Card - bcard@ibtauris.com Madeleine Hamey-Thomas - mhamey-thomas@ibtauris.com Lisa Goodrum - lgoodrum@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

art and critical theory 2–12 architecture 13-14 photography 15 fashion & design 16-17 film 18-34 world cinema 18-26 hollywood and american cinema 27-28 british cinema 29-31 russian and soviet cinema 32-34 television 34-39 tv history 34 contemporary Television 35-38 sci-fi and fantasy TV 39 popular culture 39-42 international media 43-46 index 47-48 Front cover illustration: Jason Sapan, Holographic Portrait of Andy Warhol, 1977, courtesy Jason Sapan. Photograph Jason Sapan. From 3D Warhol by Thomas Morgan Evans, see page 3. Website: Further information and online ordering facilities are available on our website for every I.B.Tauris book in this catalogue.

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Comedy and Identity in Art and Film Chrisoula Lionis See page 2

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Narrative Time, Time Travel and Time Travellers in Popular Television Culture Lorna Jowett, Kevin Lee Robinson and David Simmons (Eds) See page 37

The TV Studio Production Handbook Lucy Brown and Lyndsay Duthie

Time on TV

Roots and Culture

Cultural Politics in the Making of Black Britain Eddie Chambers See page 5

Concentrationary Imaginaries

Tracing Totalitarian Violence in Popular Culture Griselda Pollock and Max Silverman (Eds) See page 9

Experimental Fashion

Performance Art, Carnival and the Grotesque Body Francesca Granata See page 17

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Laughter in Occupied Palestine

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Art and Critical Theory Art and Emergency

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Modernism in TwentiethCentury India Emilia Terracciano University College London

Laughter in Occupied Palestine Comedy and Identity in Art and Film NEW Chrisoula Lionis

288 Pages 234 x 156mm December 2016 9781784531096 Hardback £69 / $110 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Sabotage Art

Politics and Iconoclasm in Contemporary Latin America Sophie Halart, UCL; Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra, University of Cambridge (Eds)

University of New South Wales Although the political situation in Palestine is more serious than ever, contemporary Palestinian art and film are, paradoxically, becoming more humorous in their responses. Laughter in Occupied Palestine looks deeply into this trend, and is the first book to provide an overview of Palestinian art and film, showing the ways in which both art forms have developed in reaction to critical moments in Palestinian history over the last century. Chrisoula Lionis analyzes both the impetus behind this shift toward humour and its consequences, arguing that it has flourished amid political uncertainty and the decline in nationalist hope. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm February 2016 9781784532888 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

Destruction Rites

In recent decades, sabotage has also become an artistic strategy – most notably in Latin America. Artists are producing radical, unruly or even iconoclastic work that resists state violence, social conformity and the commodification of art. This book reveals how contemporary Latin American artists have resorted to ‘sabotage’ strategies as a means to bridge the gap between aesthetics and politics. 264 Pages 216 x 134mm March 2016 9781784532253 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Feminist Art Histories NEW Feminist Art Histories Renewing Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice Victoria Horne and Lara Perry (Ed)

Renewing Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice Victoria Horne and Lara Perry (Ed)

288 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784533250 Hardback £64 / $99 e ebook available

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Anti-Portraiture Challenging the Limits of the Portrait Kirstie Imber and Fiona Johnstone (Eds)

Ephemerality and Demolition in Postwar Visual Culture Mona Hadler

City University of New York (CUNY)

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NEW

224 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784533403 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

256 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784534127 Hardback £64 / $99 e ebook available

Unica Zürn

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Art, Writing and Post-War Surrealism Esra Plumer Esra Plumer presents Zürn’s life and work in light of the artist’s individual experiences with WWII, Post-war Surrealism and mental illness, at the same time revealing wider aspects of her artistic practice in relation to her contemporaries. She also reveals how the techniques of anagrams and automatism (writing and drawing methods designed to unlock the subconscious mind) form the pillars of Zürn’s artistic creative output, which carry her work into the wider theoretical circles of psychoanalytic theory and post-structuralist thought. 272 Pages 216 x 134mm February 2016 9781784530365 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available


Rupture, Modernism and the Art and Liberty Group Sam Bardaouil NEW

320 Pages 246 x 189mm August 2016 9781784536510 Hardback £24 / $39 e ebook available

Inside the Freud Museums NEW

History, Memory and SiteResponsive Art Joanne Morra Central St. Martin’s College, London

3D Warhol Andy Warhol and Sculpture NEW

Thomas Morgan Evans Rain machines; alarmed kosher pickle jars filled with gemstones; replica cornflakes boxes; ‘disco décor’; time capsules; art bombs; birthday presents; museum interventions; collected and curated projects; holograms. This is a book about the vast array of sculptural work made by Andy Warhol between 1954 and 1987, a period that begins long before the first Pop paintings and ends in the year of his death. In 3D Warhol, Thomas Morgan Evans demonstrates that Warhol’s engagement with sculpture and its traditional notions produced ‘trespasses’, bisecting across the expectations, allegiances and values within art historical, and ultimately, social, sites of investiture - or territories.This groundbreaking, original book brings to the forefront a major, but overlooked aspect of Warhol’s oeuvre and provides an essential new perspective on the artist’s legacy. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm May 2016 9781784534271 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784534288 Paperback £16.99 / $24.94 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Fascist Modernism The Arts under Dictatorship Francesca Billiani The Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna houses a small but impressive contemporary art collection, with work by John Baldessari, Joseph Kosuth, Jenny Holzer, Franz West and Ilya Kabakov. In this remarkable book, Joanne Morra offers a nuanced analysis of these historical museums and their unique relationships to contemporary art. 288 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781780762067 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780762074 Paperback £17.99 / $30 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Encounters Beyond the Gallery Relational Aesthetics and Cultural Difference Renate Dohmen NEW

256 Pages 216 x 134mm July 2016 9781780763712 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Space and Time in Artistic Practice and Aesthetics The Legacy of Gotthold Ephraim Lessing Sarah Lippert (Ed)

University of Manchester NEW

University of MichiganFlint NEW

320 Pages 216 x 134mm November 2016 9781784535230 Hardback £69 / $110 e ebook available

304 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781784533458 Hardback £69 / $110 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Art as Organism

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Biology and the Evolution of the Digital Image Charissa N Terranova, University of Texas at Dallas What if modernism had been characterised by evolving, interconnected and multi-sensory images – rather than by the monolithic objects often described by its artists and theorists? In this groundbreaking book, Charissa Terranova unearths a forgotten narrative of modernism, which charts the influence that biology, General Systems Theory and cybernetics had on art in the twentieth century. From kinetic and interactive art to early computer art and installations spanning an entire city, she shows that the digital image was a rich and expansive artistic medium of modernism. 352 Pages 216 x 134mm May 2016 9781784534301 Hardback £69 / $110 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

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Surrealism in Egypt

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Art and Critical Theory


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Art and Critical Theory The Visionary Kierkegaard

Deconstruction and the Visual Arts Jeffrey Forbes Dueck NEW

192 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781848858039 Hardback £59 / $95 9781848858046 Paperback £14.99 / $28 e ebook available

Molla Nasreddin

Polemics, Caricatures & Satires Slavs and Tatars NEW

Poetic Biopolitics

Practices of Relation in Architecture and the Arts NEW Stephen Loo, University of Tasmania; Timothy Mathews, UCL; Peg Rawes, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

As the French philosopher and social theorist Michel Foucault defined the concept, “biopolitics” is the extension of state control over both the physical and political bodies of a population. Poetic Biopolitics is a positive attempt to explain and show how the often destructive effects and affects of biopolitical power structures can be ‘poeticised’ and deconstructed through the arts and humanities: in architecture, art, literature, modern languages, performance studies, film and philosophy. It is an interdisciplinary response to the contemporary global crisis of community conflict, social and environmental wellbeing. 352 Pages 234 x 156mm March 2016 9781780769127 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

Antipolitics in Central European Art Published between 1906 and 1930, Molla Nasreddin was a satirical Azeri periodical edited by Jalil Mammadguluzadeh and named after the legendary Sufi wise man-cum-fool of the Middle Ages (who reputedly lived in the thirteenth century in the Ottoman Empire). Slavs and Tatars, a leading art collective focusing on Eurasia, has brought together this collection of sketches, caricatures and satirical writings from Molla Nasreddin, in the process revealing an unusual manifestation of nationalism in the Caucasus and its surrounding regions. 208 Pages 280x240mm September 2016 9781784535483 Hardback £35 / $49 e ebook available

Socially Engaged Art after Socialism Art and Civil Society in Post Communist Europe Izabel Galliera NEW

304 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784537135 Hardback £62 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

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Reticence as Dissidence under PostTotalitarian Rule 1956-1989 Klara Kemp-Welch

The Female Body in the Looking-Glass

Contemporary Art, Aesthetics and Genderland Basia Sliwinska Loughborough University

The Courtauld Institute of Art

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NEW in paperback

360 Pages 234 x 156mm March 2016 9781784533144 Paperback £25 / $45 e ebook available

224 Pages 216 x 134mm June 2016 9781780766447 Hardback £59 / $95 International Library of Cultural Studies e ebook available

Central Asia in Art

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From Soviet Orientalism to the New Republics Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen In the midst of the space race and nuclear age, Soviet Realist artists were producing figurative oil paintings. Why? How was art produced to control and co-opt the peripheries of the Soviet Union, particularly Central Asia? Presenting the ‘untold story’ of Soviet Orientalism, Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen re-evaluates the imperial project of the Soviet state, placing the Orientalist undercurrent found within art and propaganda production in the USSR alongside the creation of new art forms in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. 304 Pages 246 x 189mm June 2016 9781784533526 Hardback £35 / $50


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Tattoo

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Art and Critical Theory Roots and Culture

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An Art History Matt Lodder, University of Essex

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Cultural Politics in the Making of Black Britain Eddie Chambers

Despite its rich visual culture and aesthetic traditions, there has never before been an art history of the tattoo. In this enthralling book, body art and modification expert Matt Lodder establishes a chronological survey of an often misunderstood and much mythologised mode of art making – from the sumptuous, gilded artisanal studios of Victorian London, via the bawdy dockside spaces of the 1950s, through to the seemingly ubiquitous tattoo culture of the twenty-first century. 256 Pages 234 x 156mm February 2016 9781780762364 Hardback £64 / $99 9781780762371 Paperback £15.99 / $25 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Bioart Kitchen

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Art, Feminism and Technoscience Lindsay Kelley College of the Fine Arts, University of South Wales (Australia)

University of Texas How did a distinct and powerful Black British identity emerge? This new book chronicles the extraordinary blend of social, political and cultural influences from the mid1950s to late 1970s that gave rise to new heights of Black-British artistic expression in the 1980s. Eddie Chambers relates how and why during these decades “West Indians” became “Afro-Caribbeans,” and how in turn “Afro-Caribbeans” became “Black-British” – and the centrality of the arts to this important narrative. The British Empire, migration, Rastafari, the Anti-Apartheid struggle, reggae music, dub poetry, the ascendance of the West Indies cricket team and the coming of Margaret Thatcher – all of these factors, and others, have had a part to play in the compelling story of how the African Diaspora transformed itself to give rise to Black Britain. 304 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781784536169 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784536176 Paperback £15.99 / $28 e ebook available

Imaging the Great Irish Famine

Representing Dispossession in Visual Culture Niamh Ann Kelly

Jazz as Visual Language

Film, Television and the Dissonant Image Nicolas Pillai

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256 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784537104 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

192 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781784533441 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

Art and the Politics of Visibility NEW

‘Bioart’, or biological art, uses biotech methods to manipulate living systems, from tissues to ecologies. While most critiques of bioart emphasise the influences of new media, digital media, and genetics, this book takes a bold, alternative approach. Bioart Kitchen explores a wide spectrum of seemingly unconnected subjects, which, when brought together, offer a more inclusive, expansive history of bioart. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm March 2016 9781784534134 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

Contesting the Global, Local and the InBetween Zeena Feldman (Ed), City University London In an era of unprecedented global mobility, artists face unique challenges. How does cultural context affect the interpretation of art? What makes artists’ work transnational or national in character, and how will their visibility be impacted by either label? This book questions these dynamics, asking how the dissemination of visual culture on a global scale affects art and its institutions. 288 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781780769066 Hardback £59 / $95 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art e ebook available

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Art and Critical Theory Drawing In 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. Series Editors: Russell Marshall, Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon

Drawing Difference

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Connections Between Gender and Drawing Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon

University of Loughborough Drawing has been growing in recognition and stature within contemporary fine art since the mid1970s. Simultaneously, feminist activism has been widespread, leading to the increased prominence of women artists, scholars, critics and curators and the wide acknowledgement of the crucial role played by gender and sexual difference in constituting the subject. Drawing Difference argues that these developments did not occur in parallel simply by coincidence. Rather, the intimate interplay between drawing and feminism is best characterised as allotropic – a term originating in chemistry that describes a single pure element which nevertheless assumes varied physical structures, denoting the fundamental affinities which underlie apparently differing material forms. Analysing drawing from the 1970s to today, including works by Annette Messenger, Dorothea Rockburne, Carolee Schneemann, Toba Khedoori and Susan Hauptmann, this book recasts the relationship between drawing and feminist thought. 168 Pages 216 x 134mm March 2016 9781784530266 Hardback £59 / $95 9781784530273 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Drawing In e ebook available

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Art and Critical Theory 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.

Badiou Reframed

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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, Ling reinterprets and represents not only the man, but art itself. 174x124mm December 2016 9781780762609 Paperback £12.99 / $14.94 e ebook available

also available in this series: Agamben Reframed

Baudrillard reframed

Guattari Reframed

Dan Smith

Kim Toffoletti

Paul Elliott

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts 160 pages 174 x 124mm 2014 9781780762616 paperback £12.99 / $22

Lyotard Reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Graham Jones

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2014 9781845116804 paperback £12.99 / $22

Adorno Reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Geoffrey Boucher

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2012 9781848859470 paperback £12.99 / $22 5 b&w illustrations

Bakhtin Reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

160 pages 174x 124mm 2010 9781845116781 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $22 16 B&W illustrations

Deleuze reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Damian Sutton and David Martin-Jones 168 pages 174 x 124mm 2013 9781845115470 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $22

Derrida reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

K. Malcolm Richards

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2008 9781845115463 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $22 4 B&w illustrations

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts 160 pages 174 x 174mm 2012 9781780762333 paperback £12.99 / $22

Heidegger reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Barbara Bolt

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2010 9781845116798 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $22 4 B&W illustrations

kristeva reframed

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Estelle Barrett

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2010 9781845116606 Paperback £12.99 / $22 9 B&W illustrations

Interpreting Key Thinkers for the Arts

Deborah Haynes

160 pages 174 x 124mm 2013 9781780765129 paperback £12.99 / $22

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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 Psycho-analysis

208 pages 210 x 148mm 2011 9781850435860 Paperback £14.99 / 32 9781850435853 Hardback £44 / $75 30 illustrations Art and... series

192 pages 210 x 148mm 2012 9781848857971 hardback £45 / $85 9781848857988 paperback £14.99 / $25 10 b&w illustrated Art and... series

Art and Animals

Art and Science

192 pages 210 x 148mm 2011 9781848855243 hardback £56 / $90 9781848855250 paperback £14.99 / $29 30 B&W illustrations Art and... series

224 pages 210 x 148mm 2012 9781850435846 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $32 9781850435839 Hardback £58 / $105 30 illustrations Art and... series

Art and death

Art and Sex

168 PAGES 210 X 148MM 2008 9781845116620 Hardback £56 / $90 9781845116637 Paperback £14.99 / $29 10 images Art and... series

168 PAGES 210 X 148MM 2008 9781845116644 Hardback £56 / $90 9781845116651 Paperback £14.99 / $29 29 images Art and... series

Art and Laughter

Art and War

168 PAGES 210 X 148MM 2006 9781845112332 HARDBACK £56 / $100 9781850439318 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $28 24 Illustrations Art and... series

192 PAGES 210 X 148MM 2012 9781845112363 HARDBACK £56 / $100 978 845112370 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $28 30 Illustrations Art and... series

Joan Gibbons

Giovanni Aloi

Chris Townsend

Sheri Klein

Art and Obscenity Kerstin Mey

192 PAGES 210 X 148MM 2006 9781845112349 HARDBACK £56 / $100 9781845112356 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $28 30 Illustrations Art and... series

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Gray Watson

Laura Brandon


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Art and Critical Theory Series Editor: Griselda Pollock Professor of Social and Critical Histories of Art and Director of the Centre for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, University of Leeds. 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 twentieth century art through highly original feminist approaches.

Concentrationary Imaginaries

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Tracing Totalitarian Violence in Popular Culture Griselda Pollock and Max Silverman (Eds)

Both at University of Leeds In 1945, French political prisoners returning from the concentration camps of Germany coined the phrase ‘the concentrationary universe’ to describe the camps as a terrible political experiment in the destruction of the human. This book shows how the unacknowledged legacy of a totalitarian mentality has seeped into the deepest recesses of everyday popular culture. It asks if the concentrationary now infests our cultural imaginary, normalizing what was once considered horrific and exceptional by transforming into entertainment violations of human life. Drawing on the political philosophy of Hannah Arendt and the analyses of violence by Agamben,Virilio, Lacoue-Labarthe and Nancy, it also offers close readings of films by Cavani and Haneke that identify and critically expose such an imaginary and, hence, contest its lingering force. 320 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784534097 Hardback £69 / $110 New Encounters: Arts, Cultures, Concepts

Concentrationary Memories Totalitarian Terror and Cultural Resistance

Griselda Pollock and Max Silvermann (Eds)

336 Pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780768960 Hardback £62 / $99

Visual Politics of Psychoanalysis Art and the Image in Post-Traumatic Cultures

Griselda Pollock (Ed)

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780763156 hardback £62 / $99 9781780763163 paperback £18.99 / $32 60 b&w illustrations

Auschwitz and Afterimages

Abjection, Witnessing and Representation

Nicholas Chare

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848855908 Paperback £18.99 / $32 9781848855958 Hardback £58 / $95 4 B&W illustrations

Bluebeard’s Legacy

Death and Secrets from Bartók to Hitchcock

Griselda Pollock and Victoria Anderson (Eds)

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781845116330 paperBACK £19.99 9781845116323 Hardback £62.50 / $100 30 illustrations

conceptual odysseys

Passages to Cultural Analysis

Griselda Pollock (Ed)

Introduction by Mieke Bal 320 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845115234 paperback £17.99 / $33 9781845115227 Hardback £59 / $95 45 Illustrations

Eva Hesse

Longing, Belonging and Displacement

Vanessa Corby

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845115449 PAPERBACK £18.99 / $31 9781845115432 Hardback £59 / $85 20 illustrations

The Sacred and the Feminine Imagination and Sexual Difference

Griselda Pollock and Victoria Turvey-Sauron (Eds) 320 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781845115210 paperback £17.99 / $33 9781845115203 Hardback £59 / $95 45 Illustrations

Digital and Other Virtualities

Renegotiating the Image

Antony Bryant and Griselda Pollock (Eds)

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845115685 Paperback £17.99 9781845115678 Hardback £62.50 / $90 33 b&w illustrations

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Art and Critical Theory Dissonant Archives

Contemporary Visual Culture and Contested Narratives in the Middle East

Anthony Downey (Ed)

304 Pages 230x165mm 2015 9781784534110 Paperback £17.99 / $28 Ibraaz series Section: ART - Ibraaz series

Technovisuality Cultural Reenchantment and the Experience of Technology

Helen Grace, Amy Chan Kit-sze and Wong Kin Yuen (Ed) 304 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784530341 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture

Queering PostBlack Art

Artists Transforming African-American Identity after Civil Rights

Derek Conrad Murray

256 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784532864 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784532871 Paperback £16.99 / $27 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Visions of the Human

Art, World War I and the Modernist Subject

Tom Slevin

344 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781780766317 Hardback £69 / $110 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Twenty Years of MAKE Magazine Back to the Future of Women’s Art

Maria Walsh and Mo Throp (Eds)

280 Pages 246 x 189mm 2015 9781780767574 Hardback £64 / $99 9781780767581 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Art and the Home

Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday

Imogen Racz

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780762005 Hardback £59 / $95 9781780762012 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Lynda Benglis Beyond Process

Susan Richmond

The Culture of Migration

208 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784534363 Paperback £16.99 / $25

Politics, Aesthetics and Histories

Sten Pultz Moslund, Anne Ring Peterson and Moritz Schramm (Eds) 368 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784533106 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of Migration Studies

Art as Enterprise

Social and Economic Engagement in Contemporary Art

Grace McQuilten and Anthony White

248 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784534103 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Ugliness

The Non-Beautiful in Art and Theory

Andrei Pop and Mechtild Widrich (Eds) 328 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784533557 Paperback £16.99 / $29.5

Contemporary Art from the Middle East

Regional Interactions with Global Art Discourses

Hamid Keshmirshekan (Ed) SOAS, London

288 Pages 240x170mm 2015 9781784530020 Hardback £64 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Drawing Ambiguity

Beside the Lines of Contemporary Art

TRACEY

128 Pages 252x252mm 2015 9781784530693 Paperback £19.99 / $32

Designing Utopia

John Hargrave and the Kibbo Kift

Cathy Ross and Oliver Bennett Cathy Ross, Museum of London

192 Pages 280x230mm 2015 9781781300404 Paperback £25 / $40

Delacroix and His Forgotten World Origins of Romantic Painting, The

Margaret MacNamidhe

208 Pages 280x235mm 2015 9781780769370 Hardback £29.5 / $49

Alberto Giacometti

The Art of Relation

Monochrome

Darkness and Light in Contemporary Art

Craig Staff

208 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530488 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784530495 Paperback £17.99 / $29 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Timothy Mathews

272 Pages 246 x 189mm 2013 9781780767871 Paperback £17.99 / $29 9781780767864 Hardback £59.50 / $95

Black Artists in British Art A History since the 1950s

Eddie Chambers

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288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780762722 Paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780762715 Hardback £62 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture


Art, Migrants and the Metaphor of Waste

Juliet Steyn and Nadja Stamselberg (Eds)

Pain in the Arts

Monstrosity

256 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781780768175 Hardback £25 / $56

Alexa Wright

John Tusa

312 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781780762593 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Cultural Studies

Carnal Knowledge

Towards a ‘New Materialism’ through the Arts

Estelle Barrett and Barbara Bolt (Eds)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780762661 Paperback £17.99 / $29 9781780762654 Hardback £62 / $99

Engaged with the Arts Writings from the Frontline

John Tusa

232 Pages 216 x 134mm 2007 9781845114244 Hardback £22.5 / $55

Practice as Research

Approaches to Creative Arts Enquiry

Estelle Barrett and Barbara Bolt (Eds)

Art, Business and the Special Relationship

Pauline Rose

272 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781848858213 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Visual Culture

Interdisciplinary Encounters

Hidden and Visible Explorations of the Work of Adrian Rifkin

Dana Arnold (Ed)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780767024 Hardback £62 / $99 international Library of Visual Culture

Material Inventions

Applying Creative Arts Research

Estelle Barrett & Barbara Bolt (Eds) 320 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780769868 Hardback £62 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

224 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780763354 hardback £58 / $94 9781780763361 paperback £17.99 / $29 40 b&w illustrations

Old Mistresses Women, Art and Ideology

Rozsika Parker and Griselda Pollock

224 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781848853010 Paperback £18.99 / $34

224 pages 246 x 189mm 2013 9781780764047 paperback £14.99 / $25 60 B&W illustrations

Renegotiating the Body

Time to Play

Kathy Battista

Katarzyna Zimna

Feminist Art in 1970s London 224 Pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848859616 Paperback £17.99 / $29 9781848859050 Hardback £58 / $94

Terrorist Transgressions

Gender and the Visual Culture of the Terrorist

Henry Moore in America

The Human Monster in Visual Culture

Sue Malvern and Gabriel Koureas (Eds)

272 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780767017 Hardback £59.50 / $95 International Library of Cultural Studies

Touching and Imagining

An Introduction to Tactile Art

Jan Svankmajer

Translated by Stanley Dalby, Introduction by Cathryn Vasseleu

208 Pages 244x171mm 2014 9781780761473 Paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780761466 Hardback £58 / $94 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

The Ethics of Visuality

Levinas and the Contemporary Gaze

Hagi Kenaan

192 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765150 hardback £56 / $90 9781780765167 paperback £16.99 / $28 International Library of Contemporary Philosophy

Action and Interaction in Contemporary Art 224 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781780763033 Hardback £58 / $94 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

Little Madnesses

Winnicott, Transitional Phenomena and Cultural Experience

Annette Kuhn (Ed)

Foreword by Lesley Caldwell 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780761619 paperback £18.99 / $35 14 B&W illustrations International Library of Cultural Studies,Vol. 25

performing the east Performance Art in Russia, Latvia and Poland since 1980

Amy Bryzgel

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2013 9781848859487 hardback £62 / $99 40 b&w illustrations

Art and Politics A Small History of Art for Social Change Since 1945

Claudia Mesch

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781848851092 hardback £58 / $94 9781848851108 paperback £16.99 / $28 30 B&W illustrations

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Breaching Borders

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Art and Critical Theory


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Art and Critical Theory Contemporary British Women Artists

In Their Own Words

Rebecca Fortnum

176 pages 246 x 189mm 2006 9781845112240 paperback £17.99 / $28 20 b&w photos

Junk

Art and the Politics of Trash

Gillian Whiteley

192 pages 210 x 148mm 2010 9781848854123 Hardback £59 / $90 9781848854130 Paperback £16.99 / $27

Visualizing Feeling

Affect and the Feminine Avant-garde

Susan Best

208 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780767093 paperback £16.99 / $29.95 27 b&w illustrations

Colour, Art and Empire Visual Culture and the Nomadism of Representation

Natasha Eaton

416 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780765198 hardback £68 / $110 13 b&w illustrations, 16pp colour plates International Library of Visual Culture,Vol. 12

This is Not Art Activism and Other ‘Not-Art’

Alana Jelinek

192 pages 216 x 138mm 2014 9781848858572 paperback £16.99 / $28 9781848858565 Hardback £56 / $90 20 b&w illustrations

Carnal Aesthetics

Transgressive Imagery and Feminist Politics

Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg (Eds)

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780760131 paperback £18.99 / $32 9781780760124 Hardback £58 / $94 15 B&W illustrations

Aftershock

The Ethics of Contemporary Transgressive Art

Kieran Cashell

256 pages 234 x 156 mm 2009 9781845115241 paperback £18.99 / $34 23 B&w illustrations

practical aesthetics

Events, Affect and Art after 9/11

Jill Bennett

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781780761459 paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780761442 Hardback £58 / $94 30 b&w illustrations, 24 colour in 16pp plates

Art Beyond Representation The Performative Power of the Image

Language, Singularity and Perseverance

Yve Lomax

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848850972 paperback £18.99 / $33

Charles Sheeler American Modernism and the Borders of Abstraction

Mark Rawlinson

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781850439028 Paperback £19.99 / $30 30 B&W illustrations

Bohemians

The Glamorous Outlaws

Elizabeth Wilson

Barbara Bolt

288 pages 196 x 126mm 2011 9781860647826 paperback £12.99 30 B&w illustrations Tauris Parke Paperbacks

Reading Art, reading Irigaray

Gender, Modernity and Liberty

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781850434108 hardback £62.50 / $115 9781850434115 Paperback £18.99 / $35 2 B&w illustrations

The Politics of Art by Women

Hilary Robinson

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781860649530 Paperback £25 / $40 21 B&w illustrations

Exploring SiteSpecific Art Issues of Space and Internationalism

Judith Rugg

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848850644 paperback £17.99 / $29 45 B&W illustrations

Writing the Image

An Adventure with Art and Theory

Yve Lomax

Contribution by Irit Rogoff 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2000 9781860644740 paperback £18.99 / $24.50 20 B&w illustrations

Sounding the Event

Escapades in Dialogue and Matters of Art, Nature and Time

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Passionate Being

Yve Lomax

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2004 9781850436737 paperback £18.99 / $43

Middle Eastern and Western Women’s Writings: a Critical Sourcebook

Reina Lewis and Nancy Micklewright (Eds)

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781860649578 paperback £19.99 / $35 9781860649561 Hardback £68.50 / $110

Rethinking Orientalism

Women, Travel and the Ottoman Harem

Reina Lewis

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2004 9781860647291 hardback £68.50 / $59.50 9781860647307 Paperback £18.99 / $24.50 20 B&w illustrations

Art and Trauma in Africa Representations of Reconciliation in Music, Visual Arts, Literature and Film

Lizelle Bisschoff and Stefanie Van de Peer

360 pages 216 x 138mm 2013 9781848856929 hardback £68 / $110 22 B&W illustrations International Library of Cultural Studies,Vol. 21


Modern Architecture and Internationalism Mark Crinson

visual culture

Rebuilding Babel

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Architecture The Architecture of Psychoanalysis Spaces of Transition Jane Rendell NEW Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

NEW

288 Pages Pinched 246 x 189mm December 2016 9781784537128 Hardback £20 / $35 e ebook available

Visualising a Sacred City

NEW

London, Art and Religion Ben Quash, King’s College London; Aaron Rosen, King’s College London; Chloë Reddaway, National Gallery, London (Eds)

How do external material environments and the inner world of emotion, memory and imagination influence each other? In this thought-provoking book, Jane Rendell explores how architectural space registers in psychoanalysis. She investigates both the inherently spatial vocabulary of psychoanalysis and ideas around the physical ‘setting’ of the psychoanalytic encounter, with reference to Sigmund Freud, D.W. Winnicott and André Green. Illuminating a novel field of interdisciplinary enquiry, this book breathes fresh life into notions of social space. 312 Pages 234 x 156mm April 2016 9781784536541 Paperback £16.99 / $28 e ebook available

The Dead City

While previous books have examined literary depictions of the city, this is the first examination of the religious imaginary of the metropolis through the prism of the visual arts.

NEW

Urban Ruins and the Spectacle of Decay Paul Dobraszczyk

Participation in Art and Architecture

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

304 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784536619 Hardback £69 / $110 e ebook available 272 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784537166 Hardback £62 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

Writing on the Image

Retrofitting the City

Mark Dorrian

Stefan Bouzarovski

Architecture, the City and the Politics of Representation Foreword by Paul Carter; Afterword by Ella Chmielewska 288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784530389 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture

Residential Flexibility, Resilience and the Built Environment 288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784531508 Hardback £75 / $120 International Library of Human Geography

344 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784530303 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of Visual Culture

Understanding Architecture

Styles and Structures from the Pyramids to Post Modernism

Marco Bussagli

384 pages 265 x 223mm 2005 9781845110895 Hardback £37 500 colour illustrations

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Architecture Adolf Loos

The Art of Architecture

Joseph Masheck

320 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780764238 paperback £17.99 / $29 9781780764221 Hardback £62 / $99 52 B&W illustrations

The Delirious Museum

A Journey from the Louvre to Las Vegas

Calum Storrie

192 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781845115098 Paperback £15.99 / $33 30 B&w illustrations

Inert Cities

Globalization, Mobility and Suspension in Visual Culture

Stephanie Hemelryk Donald and Christoph Lindner (Eds)

Jane Rendell

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781845119997 paperback £17.99 / $29 80 colour illustrations

Poetics and Place

The Architecture of Sign, Subjects and Site

Kristen Kreider

256 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780763378 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Cultural Studies

HELEN CHADWICK

Constructing Identities between Art and Architecture

Stephen Walker

Art and Architecture A Place Between

Jane Rendell

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845112226 Paperback £18.99 / $28 63 B&W illustrations

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Nicolas Whybrow

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845114657 paperback £17.99 / $32 9781845114664 Hardback £69 / $95 20 b&w illustrations

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780769738 Paperback £17.99 / $29

Site-Writing

The Architecture of Art Criticism

Art and the City

248 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2013 9781780760070 PAPERBACK £19.99 / $32.50 40 B&W ILLUSTRATIONS

gordon MattaClark Art, Architecture and the Attack on Modernism

Stephen Walker

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781845119669 Paperback £17.99 / $33 40 Illustrations


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Photography NEW

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

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. Many of these images – not to mention Munby’s fascinating diaries – have never been published before. This book examines this previously uninvestigated archive. 272 Pages 234 x 156mm September 2016 9781780766973 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

Mass Photography Collective Histories of Everyday Life Annebella Pollen

University of Brighton NEW

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530112 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture e ebook available

Soldiers and Suffragettes

Photography and Cyprus

watching the world change

Anna Sparham

Liz Wells, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Nicos Philippou (Eds)

David Friend

The Photography of Christina Broom With contributions by Margaret Denny, Diane Atkinson and Hilary Roberts

Time, Place and Identity

The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11 424 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845115456 Paperback £15.99 24pp colour illustrations

240 Pages 230x280mm 2015 9781781300381 Paperback £20 / $35

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780766539 Hardback £62 / $99 Int. Lib. of Modern and Contemporary Art

The Violence of the Image

Private Pictures

Street Photography

Janina Struk

Clive Scott

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848854420 hardback £50 / $80 978184884437 paperback £15.99 / $26 42 B&W illustrations

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781845112233 paperback £16.99 / $29 40 B&W illustrations

Photography and International Conflict

Liam Kennedy and Caitlin Patrick (Eds)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780767895 Paperback £15.99 / $28 9781780767888 Hardback £62 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture

Digital Snaps The New Face of Photography

Jonas Larsen and Mette Sandbye (Eds)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780763323.00 Paperback £16.99 / $29 9781780763316.00 Hardback £62 / $99 International Library of Visual Culture

Seeing from Above

Mark Dorrian and Frédéric Pousin (Eds)

336 Pages 246 x 189mm 2013 9781780764610 Paperback £16.99 / $27 9781780764603 Hardback £62 / $99

Light and Photomedia

A New History and Future of the Photographic Image

Jai McKenzie

192 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781780762784 Paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780762777 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Visual Culture

Soldiers’ Inside View of War

Land Matters

Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity

Liz Wells

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781845118655 hardback £58 / $100 9781845118648 paperback £18.99 / $34 75 colour and 25 B&w illustrations

The Photobook

From Talbot to Ruscha and Beyond

Patrizia Di Bello, Colette Wilson and Shamoon Zamir

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848856158 hardback £59.50 / $90 9781848856165 paperback £18.99 / $33 45 B&W illustrations

From Atget to CartierBresson

Claude Cahun

A Sensual Politics of Photography

Gen Doy

232 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845115517 paperback £19.99 / $30 30 halftone illustrations 6 colour in 4pp plates

Picturing Place Photography and the Geographical Imagination

Joan M. Schwartz and James R. Ryan 368 pages 246 x 189mm 2009 9781860647529 paperback £25.50 / $39 9781860647512 Hardback £68.50 / $105 70 B&w illustrations

Photography and Surrealism

Sexuality, Colonialism and Social Dissent

David Bate

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781860643798 paperback £19.99 / $38 9781860643781 Hardback £62 / $99 30 illustrations

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The Extraordinary Archive of Arthur J. Munby


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Fashion & Design Dressed for War Uniform, Civilian Clothing and Trappings, 1914 to 1918

Nina Edwards

240 Pages 228x155mm 2014 9781780767079 Hardback £25 / $39

On the Button

The Significance of an Ordinary Item

Nina Edwards

272 pages 210 x 148mm 2011 9781848855847 hardback £14.99 / $32 50 B&W illustrations, 8pp colour plates

Fashion and Psycho-analysis Styling the Self

Alison Bancroft

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2002 9781780760032 hardback £58 / $100 9781780760049 paperback £17.99 / $34 20 B&W illustrations International Library of Cultural Studies,Vol. 23

Dress Behind Bars

Prison Clothing as Criminality

Fashion Crimes

NEW

Dressing for Deviance

Joanne Turney (Ed), Bath Spa University In both revealing and concealing the body, fashionable clothing 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. It focuses on specific garments and their individual or group wearers – the Hoodie and the trench-coat, knitted Norwegian Lustkoffe sweaters and low-slung trousers, branded sportswear and Hip Hop styling, the fashion model – innocuous in themselves, but which have been coded as deviant socially and in the media. 288 Pages 216 x 134mm November 2016 9781780766980 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780766997 Paperback £16.99 / $28 e ebook available

Juliet Ash

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781850438939 hardback £41.50 / $90 9781850438946 paperback £16.99 / $29 30 B&W illustrations

the American Look

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

Rebecca Arnold

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781845118969 Hardback £59 / $95 9781860647635 Paperback £17.99 / $33 40 B&W illustrations

Fashioning the City

Paris, Fashion and the Media

Agnès Rocamora

232 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781845118976 Paperback £18.99 / $34

Fashion, Desire and Anxiety

Image and Morality in the Twentieth Century

Rebecca Arnold

160 pages 236 x 189mm 2011 9781860645556 paperback £21 38 B&w illustrations

Fashion as photograph

Viewing and Reviewing Images of Fashion

Eugenie Shinkle (Ed)

256pages 234 x 156mm Available 9781845115166 Hardback £58 / $94 9781845115173 paperback £16.99 / $33 20 B&W illustrations & 8pp colour plate section

Fashioning the Feminine

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

Cheryl Buckley and Hilary Fawcett 192 pages 234 x 156mm 2001 9781860645068 paperback £18.99 / $24.95

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Adorned in Dreams

Fashion and Modernity

Elizabeth Wilson

336 pages 216 x 138mm 2014 9781860649219 paperback £15.99

the Subversive Stitch Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine

Rozsika Parker

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781848852839 paperback £14.99 / $29 106 b&w illustrations


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Fashion & Design

visual culture

Exploring the connections between clothing, commerce and creativity in global contexts Series Editors: Reina Lewis & Elizabeth Wilson Advisory Board: Christopher Breward, Hazel Clark, Joanne Entwistle, Caroline Evans, Susan Kaiser, Angela McRobbie, Hiroshi Narumi, Peter McNeill, Özlem Sandikçi, Simona Segre-Reinach. 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, which also cross over to I.B.Tauris’ publishing in politics, economic and social studies, cultural criticism and history, written accessibly and representing their authors’ innovative scholarship.

Experimental Fashion

NEW

Performance Art, Carnival and the Grotesque Body Francesca Granata, Parsons School of Design, New York Experimental Fashion traces the proliferation of the grotesque and carnivalesque within contemporary fashion and the close relationship between fashion and performance art, from Lady Gaga’s raw meat dress to Leigh Bowery’s performance style. Francesca Granata examines the designers and performance artists at the turn of the twenty-first century whose work challenges established codes of what represents the fashionable body. These innovative people, she argues, make their challenges through dynamic strategies of parody, humour and inversion. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784533793 Paperback £14.99 / $29 9781784533786 Hardback £59 / $95

Niche Fashion Magazines NEW

Changing the Shape of Fashion Ane Lynge-Jorlén Niche fashion magazines speak to a highly fashion literate readership, mixing the codes of style magazines, glossy women’s magazines and art catalogues. Based on unique analysis of niche fashion magazines and unprecedented access to the making of the respected Danish niche fashion magazine, DANSK, including interviews with both makers and readers, this enlightening book unveils the behind-the-scenes of niche fashion magazines. It pays special attention to the symbolic and material cultures, values and meanings that are shared across magazine producers and their readers.

Dressing for Austerity NEW

Aspiration, Leisure and Fashion in Post-War Britain Geraldine Biddle-Perry, Central Saint Martins In exploring the working and leisured lives of young women and men in post Second WorldWar austerity Britain, this book offers a new cultural historical perspective on this crucial period in British society. It examines film, fashion and recreational leisure participation as vital conduits of post-war ambition that necessitated new political strategies and consumer activity in a Britain torn between austerity and affluence. 256 Pages 234 x 156mm October 2016 9781780766287 Hardback £64 / $99

256 Pages 216 x 134mm november 2016 9781784531478 Hardback £64 / $99

Thinking Through Fashion

Modest Fashion

Agnès Rocamora and Anneke Smelik (Eds)

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780763828 Hardback £58 / $94 9781780763835 Paperback £15.99 / $28 Dress Cultures

A Guide to Key Theorists

320 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780767338 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780767345 Paperback £16.99 / $28

Styling Bodies, Mediating Faith

Reina Lewis (Ed)

The Dress Cultures Series Editors invite proposals and ideas for books in these related areas. Reina Lewis: reina.lewis@fashion.arts.ac.uk | Elizabeth Wilson: mail@elizabethwilson.net At the publisher, Philippa Brewster: philippabrewster@gmail.com

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Film: World Cinema Tainted Love

NEW

Screening Sexual Perversion Darren Kerr and Donna Peberdy (Eds) Both at Southampton Solent University

The EuroWestern

NEW

Reframing Gender, Race and the ‘Other’ in Film Lee Broughton

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 marginalised 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. 304 Pages 234 x 156mm December 2016 9781780761954 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780761961 Paperback £15.99 / $28 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

Arab Cinema

History and Cultural Identity: Updated with a New Postscript Viola Shafik NEW in paperback

University of Leeds The Western has always been inextricably linked to the USA, and studies have continually sought to connect its historical development to changes in American society and Hollywood innovations. Focusing new critical attention on films produced in Germany, Italy and Britain, this timely book offers a radical rereading of the evolutionary history of the Western and brings a vital international dimension to its study. Lee Broughton argues not only that European films possess a special significance in terms of the genre’s global development, but also that many offered groundbreaking and progressive representations of traditional Wild West ‘Others’: Native Americans, African Americans and so-called ‘strong women’. 288 Pages 216 x 134mm April 2016 9781784533892 Hardback £69 / $110 Cinema and Society e ebook available

Jews, Nazis and the Cinema of Hungary NEW The Tragedy of Success, 1929-1944] David Frey

United States Military Academy, Westpoint Between 1929 and 1942, Hungary’s motion picture industry experienced meteoric growth. This original cultural and political history examines the birth, unexpected ascendance, and wartime collapse of Hungary’s early sound cinema by placing it within a complex international nexus. David Frey demonstrates how the transnational process of forging an industry designed to define a national culture proved particularly contentious and surprisingly contradictory in the heyday of racial nationalism and antisemitism. 256 Pages 234 x 156mm August 2016 9781780764511 Hardback £64 / $99 e ebook available

Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes Since it was first published in 1998, Viola Shafik’s Arab Cinema: has become an indispensable work for scholars of film and the contemporary Middle East. Combining detailed narrative history—economic, ideological, and aesthetic—with thoughtprovoking analysis, Arab Cinema provides a comprehensive overview of cinema in the Arab world, tracing the industry’s development from colonial times to the present. 320 Pages 150 x 230mm April 2016 9789774166907 Paperback £16.99 e ebook available

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On Brazil and Global Cinema NEW Maite Conde, University of Cambridge and Stephanie Dennison, University of Leeds (Eds)

Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes (1916-1977) is revered within Brazil as the first ardent defender and promoter of Brazilian cinema. Salles Gomes wrote an extensive number of articles and books throughout his lifetime and his love of cinema influenced a generation of leading film historians and critics in Brazil. This anthology brings together for the first time in English a selection of Gomes’ most influential writings including texts on Hollywood, European and Brazilian film, alongside topics such as art house movies, commercial cinema, pornography and the vicissitudes of developing a film culture faced with official government resistance. 208 Pages 216 x 134mm November 2016 9781784536312 Hardback £64 / $99 e ebook available


From Fu Manchu to Charlie Chan Jeffrey Richards

Lancaster University NEW

visual culture

China and the Chinese in Popular Film

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Film: World Cinema Cosmopolitan Cinema NEW

Cross-cultural Encounters in East Asian Film Felicia Chan

304 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784537203 Hardback £62 / $99 e ebook available

The History of Genocide in Cinema Atrocities on Screen NEW William Hewitt and Jonathan Friedman, Columbia University (Eds)

University of Manchester Cinema is fertile ground for the production of cosmopolitan ideals. Films are produced, reviewed and watched worldwide, often circulating between cultural contexts. The book explores cosmopolitanism and its debates through the lens of East Asian cinemas from Hong Kong, China, Malaysia and Singapore, throwing doubt on the validity of national cinemas or definitive cultural boundaries. Case studies illuminate the ambiguously gendered star persona of Taiwanese-Hong Kong actress Brigitte Lin, the fictional realism of director Jia Zhangke, the arcane process of selection for the Best Foreign Film Oscar and the intimate connection between cinema and identity in Hirokazu Koreeda’s Afterlife (1998). 256 Pages 234 x 156mm October 2016 9781780767222 Hardback £59 / $95 Tauris World Cinema Series e ebook available

The Singular Cinema of Abbas Kiarostami NEW

Imagined Identities in Iranian Film Hossein Khosrowjah, California College of the Arts This book analyzes fictional and semifictional portrayals of genocide, focusing on, amongst others, the repression of indigenous populations in Australia, the genocide of Native Americans in the 19th century, the Herero genocide, Armenia, the Holodomor (Stalin’s policy of starvation in Ukraine), the Nazi Holocaust, Nanking and Darfur. 336 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781784534226 Hardback £69 / $110 e ebook available

Latin American Women Filmmakers

A New Transnational Cinema Deborah Martin, UCL and Deborah Shaw, University of Portsmouth (Eds) NEW

304 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784537111 Hardback £62 / $99 e ebook available

The films of Abbas Kiarostami confront the questions of cinematic representation, identity, and the relationship between cinema and everyday life in eloquent and imaginative ways. Through a close examination of Kiarostami’s formal and narrative strategies in his films, notably Taste of Cherry, The Wind Will Carry Us, Close-Up and Ten, this innovative book works against the grain of auteurist readings of Kiarostami’s films to explore global circulation and the controversy over censorship’s role in the cinema. 288 Pages 234 x 156mm October 2016 9781784535773 Hardback £64 / $99 e ebook available

Film Criticism in the Digital Age NEW

Journalism, Social Media and the Democratization of Opinion Andrew McWhirter, Glasgow Caledonian University

While the unstoppable growth of the internet has shrunk print magazine circulations, the number of online bloggers has exploded. In a period of proposed crisis this new book sets out to discover what is happening to film criticism in a disruptive digital media age. Andrew McWhirter places today’s film criticism within a wider historical context, considering key digital age concepts and frameworks, whilst providing a comprehensive analysis of contemporary film criticism through interviews with some of the world’s foremost film critics and editors. 320 Pages 216 x 134mm July 2016 9781784532840 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

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Film: World Cinema

Behind the Silver Screen

BEH IND THE SI LVER 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.

Editing and Special/Visual Effects NEW Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Charlie Keil and Kristen Whissel (Eds) 256 pages 228 x 152mm September 2016 9781784536978 Hardback £58.00 9781784536985 Paperback £14.99 Behind the Silver Screen,Vol. 6

Producing

Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Jon Lewis (Ed)

240 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784534349 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784534356 Paperback £14.99 / $

Screenwriting

Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Andrew Horton and Julian Hoxter (Eds)

Cinematography

Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Patrick Keating (Ed)

224 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784530198 paperback £14.99 9781784530181 Hardback £59 / $95

Acting

Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Claudia Springer and Julie Levinson (Eds) 224 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784534028 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784534035 Paperback £14.99 / $

Sound

Dialogue, Music, and Effects

Kathryn Kalinak (Ed)

232 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784534042 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784534059 Paperback £14.99

224 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784530204 Hardback £59 / $95 9781784530211 Paperback £14.99

Art Direction and Production Design

Behind the Silver Screen: A Modern History of Filmmaking

Lucy Fischer (Ed)

216 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784530945 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784530952 Paperback £14.99

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Film: World Cinema

visual culture

Tauris world cinema series The Spanish Fantastic NEW

Contemporary Filmmaking in Horror, Fantasy and Sci-fi Shelagh RowanLegg

272 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784536770 Hardback £58 / $94 Tauris World Cinema Series e ebook available

Realism in Greek Cinema NEW

From the Post-War Period to the Present Vrasidas Karalis University of Sydney, Australia

Animation in the Middle East

Practice and Aesthetics from Baghdad to Casablanca NEW Stefanie Van de Peer (Ed), University of Stirling, Scotland

The internationally acclaimed films Persepolis and Waltz with Bashir only hinted at the vibrant animation culture that exists within the Middle East and North Africa. In spite of censorship, oppression and war, animation studios have thrived in recent years, giving rise to a whole new generation of entrepreneurs and artists. The success of animation in the Middle East is in part a product of a changing cultural climate, which is increasingly calling for art that reflects politics. Equally, the professionalization and popularization of film festivals and the emergence of animation studios and private initiatives are the results of a growing consumer culture, in which family-friendly entertainment is big business.

240 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784533267 Hardback £64 / $99 Tauris World Cinema Series e ebook available

Film Genres and African Cinema NEW

Postcolonial Encounters Rachael Langford, Cardiff University The history of Greek cinema post-1945 is best understood through the stories of its most internationally celebrated and influential directors. Focusing on the works of six major filmmakers active from just after WWII to the present day, with added consideration of many others, this book examines the development of cinema as an art form in the social and political contexts of Greece. 256 Pages 234 x 156mm September 2016 9781780767291 Hardback £59 / $95 Tauris World Cinema Series e ebook available

Basque Cinema A Cultural and Political History

Rob Stone and María Pilar Rodriguez 264 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780769820 Hardback £64 / $99 Tauris World Cinema Series

The role of film genre in African films from the 1960s to the present day is an important aspect of this cinema. Rachael Langford explores the ways in which African filmmakers use and renew the conventions of familiar film genres. She discusses what working with film genre means for African directors, and why work with genre is such a significant facet of their creative endeavour. She focuses, in turn, on the Western, the combat movie, the epic, documentary films, the road movie and the musical film. 240 Pages 234 x 156mm December 2016 9781780766201 Hardback £64 / $99 Tauris World Cinema Series e ebook available

East Asian Film Noir

Stars in World Cinema

Chi-Yun Shin and Mark Gallagher (Eds)

Andrea Bandhauer and Michelle Royer (Eds)

Transnational Encounters and Intercultural Dialogue 256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780760087 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780760094 Paperback £15.99 / $30 Tauris World Cinema Series

Screen Icons and Star Systems Across Cultures

272 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780769776 Hardback £69 / $110 Tauris World Cinema Series

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Film: World Cinema Tauris world cinema series Performing Authorship

Self-Inscription and Corporeality in the Cinema

Cecilia Sayad

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780760056 hardback £56 / $90 9781780760063 paperback £16.99 / $28 30 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

Impure Cinema Intermedial and Intercultural Approaches to Film

Lúcia Nagib, Leeds University, and Anne Jerslev, University of Copenhagen (Eds) 288 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780765105 hardback £58 / $94 9781780765112 paperback £17.99 / $29 40 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

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

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848859074 paperback £17.99 / $31 27 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

New Argentine Cinema Jens Andermann

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848854635 Paperback £17.99 / $29 26 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

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

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848854932 paperback £17.99 / $31 20 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

Lebanese Cinema Imagining the Civil War and Beyond

Lina Khatib

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781845116286 Paperback £17.99 / $30 25 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

Contemporary New Zealand Cinema

Ian Conrich and Stuart Murray (Eds) 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781845118372 Paperback £18.99 / $33 35 b&w illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

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New Turkish Cinema

Belonging, Identity and Memory

Asuman Suner

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845119508 Paperback £17.99 / $31 8 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

BRAZIL ON SCREEN Cinema Novo, New Cinema, Utopia

Lücia Nagib

200 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845113285 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $32 60 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series

East Asian Cinemas

Exploring Transnational Connections on Film

Leon Hunt and Leung Wing-Fai (Eds)

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845116156 Paperback £16.99 / $33 13 B&W illustrations Tauris World Cinema Series


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Film: World Cinema Series Editor: Ginette Vincendeau, King’s College London

Le Jour se Lève French Film Guide

Ben McCann

144 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781780765921 Paperback £12.99 / $24 Ciné-File French Film Guides

un chien andalou

La Haine

Elza Adamowicz

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2014 9781845111014 Paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

French Film Guide 128 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848850569 Paperback £12.99 / $26 7 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

French Film Guide

Ginette Vincendeau

Alphaville

Cléo de 5 à 7

Nikita

Chris Darke

Valerie Orpen

Susan Hayward

French Film Guide

French Film Guide

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781850439868 Paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113698 paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

Amélie

French Film Guide

Isabelle Vanderschelden 128 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781845113759 paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

A Bout de Souffle

French Film Guide

Ramona Fotiade

128 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765082 hardback £56 / $90 9781780765099 paperback £12.99 / $25 30 b&w illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

Casque d’Or

French Film Guide

Sarah Leahy

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113681 paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

French Film Guide 128 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845114473 Paperback £12.99 / $26 Ciné-File French Film Guides

Le Corbeau

la Règle du Jeu

Judith Mayne

Keith Reader

French Film Guide

French Film Guide

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113704 paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848850545 Paperback £12.99 / $26 27 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

Les Diaboliques

La Reine Margot

Susan Hayward

Julianne Pidduck

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781845111021 Paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781845111007 Paperback £12.99 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

French Film Guide

la Grande Illusion

French Film Guide

Martin O’Shaughnessy 136 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781848850576 Paperback £12.99 / $26 31 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

French Film Guide

Rififi

French Film Guide

Alastair Phillips

136 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781848850552 Paperback £12.99 / $26 15 B&W illustrations Ciné-File French Film Guides

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Ciné-File French Film Guides


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Film: World Cinema From France With Love

Gender and Identity in French Romantic Comedy

Mary Harrod

280 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784533588 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of the Moving Image

Cinema and the Audiovisual Imagination

Sportswomen in Cinema Film and the Frailty Myth

Nicholas Chare

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530129 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

Family Films in Global Cinema The World Beyond Disney

Music, Image, Sound

Noel Brown and Bruce Babington (Eds)

272 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781780767178 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530082 Hardback £69 / $110 Cinema and Society

Black & White Cinema

Political Animals

Robert Robertson

A Short History

Wheeler Winston Dixon 264 Pages 228x152mm 2015 9781784534516 Hardback £59 / $95 9781784534523 Paperback £14.99

The French Screen Goddess

Film Stardom and the Modern Woman in 1930s France

Jonathan Driskell

256 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780767000 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

Sex and Storytelling in Modern Cinema Explicit Sex, Performance and Cinematic Technique

Lindsay Coleman (Ed)

272 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780766393 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780766409 Paperback £16.99 / $28 International Library of the Moving Image

Iranian Cinema Uncensored

Contemporary Filmmakers since the Islamic Revolution

Shiva Rahbaran

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784534172 Hardback £69 / $110 9781784534189 Paperback £17.99 / $35 International Library of the Moving Image

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The New Feminist Cinema

Sophie Mayer

272 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784533717 Hardback £64 / $99 9781784533724 Paperback £16.99 / $28 International Library of the Moving Image

Frank Capra’s Eastern Horizons

American Identity and the Cinema of International Relations

Elizabeth Rawitsch

264 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780768694 Hardback £58 / $94 Cinema and Society

Screening the Undead

Vampires and Zombies in Film and Television

Leon Hunt, Sharon Lockyer and Milly Williamson (Eds)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848859241 Paperback £15.99 / $28

Postcolonial Approaches to Eastern European Cinema Portraying Neighbours On-Screen

Ewa Mazierska, Lars Kristensen and Eva Näripea

352 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780763019 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of the Moving Image

The Europeanness of European Cinema Identity, Meaning, Globalization

Mary Harrod, Mariana Liz and Alissa Timoshkina (Eds)

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780769295 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of the Moving Image

The Films of Claire Denis

Intimacy on the Border

Marjorie Vecchio (Ed)

Foreword by Wim Wenders

264 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781848859531 Hardback £62 / $99 9781848859548 Paperback £16.99 / $28 International Library of the Moving Image

Outer Limits

The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great ScienceFiction Films

Howard Hughes

320 Pages 246 x 189mm 2014 9781780761664 Paperback £14.99 / $19.5

Realism of the Senses in World Cinema The Experience of Physical Reality

Tiago de Luca

280 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780766300 Hardback £58 / $94 Tauris World Cinema Series

Queer Masculinities in Latin American Cinema Male Bodies and Narrative Representations

Gustavo Subero

264 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780763200 Hardback £58 / $94 Tauris World Cinema Series

Radical Frontiers in the Spaghetti Western

Politics and Violence in Italian Cinema

Austin Fisher

320 pages 216 x 138mm 2014 9781780767116 paperback £17.99 / $29.95 20 B&W illustrations


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Film: World Cinema Projecting tomorrow

Kristian Moen

James Chapman and Nicholas J. Cull

The Birth of Modern Fantasy 304 pages 26 x 138mm 2013 9781780762517 Hardback £62 / $99 30 b&w illustrations

Waltzing with Bashir

Perpetrator Trauma and Cinema

Raya Morag

288 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780762647 hardback £62 / $99 20 b&w illustrations

After Dracula The 1930s Horror Film

Alison Peirse

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848855311 paperback £16.99 / $28 30 B&W illustrations

Science Fiction and Popular Cinema 272 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780764092 hardback £58 / 94 9781780764108 paperback £14.99 / $25 24 B&W illustrations

Projecting Empire

Imperialism and Popular Cinema

James Chapman and Nicholas J. Cull 240 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781845119409 Paperback £16.99 / $31 26 B&W illustrations cinema and society series

Horror Zone

The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema

Ian Conrich (Ed)

THE NEW JEW IN FILM

Exploring Judaism and Jewishness in Contemporary Cinema

320 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848851511 Paperback £15.99 / $31 30 B&W illustrations

Nathan Adams

Hitchcock and the Cinema of Sensations

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848855748 hardback £58 / $94 9781848855755 paperback £15.99 / $27.50 26 B&W illustrations

Paul Elliott

The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller

Ewa Mazierska

240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 978184511294 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $32 26 b&w illustrations

The Child in Film

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845119676 Hardback £59 9781845119683 Paperback £15.99 25 B&W illustrations

Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany

Richard Taylor

280 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2009 9781860641671 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $38 40 b&w illustrations

PROPAGANDA AND THE GERMAN CINEMA 1933–1945

David Welch

336 PAGES 216 X 138MM 2011 9781860645204 PAPERBACK £15.99 / $35 15 b&w illustrations CINEMA AND SOCIETY SERIES

The Queer Cinema of Derek Jarman Critical and Cultural Readings

Niall Richardson

Israeli Cinema

ROMAN POLANSKI

Karen Lury

FILM PROPAGANDA

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2011

Helen Powell

Tears, Fears and Fairy Tales

328 PAGES 216 X 138MM 2006 9781860649288 PAPERBACK £16.99 / $35 25 b&w illustrations

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781845115371 Paperback £16.99 / $29 25 B&W illustrations

Stop the Clocks! 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780762166 hardback £56 / $90 9781848851757 paperback £16.99 / $31 12 B&W illustrations

Lücia Nagib (Ed)

Embodied Film Theory and Cinematic Reception 9781848855878 hardback £59.50 / $100 International Library of Visual Culture,vol. 2

Time and Narrative in Cinema

THE NEW BRAZILIAN CINEMA

Ingmar Bergman The Life and Films of the Last Great European Director

East/West and the Politics of Representation

Ella Shohat

416 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845113131 Paperback £16.99 / $32 37 B&W illustrations Library of Modern Middle East Studies

Mysterious Skin

Male Bodies in Contemporary Cinema

Santiago Fouz-Hernández (Ed) 272 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781845118310 Paperback £17.99 / $36 29 B&W illustrations

Geoffrey Macnab

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848850460 hardback £22.50 / $31 14 b&w illustrations

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Film and Fairy Tales


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Film: World Cinema LIVE FLESH

The Male Body in Contemporary Spanish Cinema

Santiago Fouz-Hernández and Alfredo MartinezExpósito

IRANIAN CINEMA A Political History

Hamid Reza Sadr

320 PAGES 222 X 172MM 2006 9781845111465 HARDBACK £62.50 / $105 9781845111472 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $35 30 b&w illustrations

240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2007 9781845114503 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $33 16 halftone illustrations

FROM MOSCOW TO MADRID European Cities, Postmodern Cinema

Ewa Mazierska and Laura Rascaroli 240 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2002 9781860648519 PAPERBACK £18.99 / $35 28 b&w illustrations CINEMA AND SOCIETY SERIES

Popular Italian Cinema

Culture and Politics in a Postwar Society

Flavia Brizio-Skov

320 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781848855724 hardback £62.50 / $100 35 B&W illustrations International Library of Visual Culture

Cinema Italiano The Complete Guide from Classics to Cult

Howard Hughes

320 pages 246 x 189mm 2011 9781848856073 hardback £62 / $99 9781848856080 paperback £15.50 / $19 45 B&W illustrations

Spaghetti Westerns

Cowboys and Europeans from Karl May to Sergio Leone Christopher Frayling 328 PAGES 246 X 189MM 2012 9781845112073 PAPERBACK £18.99 / $26 60 B&W illustrations

ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE ITALIAN WEST The Filmgoers’ Guide to Spaghetti Westerns

Howard Hughes

288 PAGES 246 X 189MM 2012 9781850438960 PAPERBACK £14.99 / $23 45 B&W illustrations

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FILMING THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST

Politics in the Cinemas of Hollywood and the Arab World

Lina Khatib

256 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2010 9781845111915 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $32 21 b&w illustrations

FROM IRAN TO HOLLYWOOD AND SOME PLACES INBETWEEN

Reframing PostRevolutionary Iranian Cinema

Christopher Gow

56 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848855274 Paperback £18.99 / $32 36 B&W illustrations

MAKHMALBAF AT LARGE The Making of a Rebel Filmmaker

Hamid Dabashi

Foreword by Mohsen Makhmalbaf 272 PAGES 234 X 156MM 2008 97818451115326 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $29 35 b&w illustrations

The Apu Trilogy Satyajit Ray and the Making of an Epic

Andrew Robinson

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848855168 paperback £12.99 / $26 20 line, 45 b&w illustrations

SATYAJIT RAY: THE INNER EYE The Biography of a Master Filmmaker

Andrew Robinson

432 PAGES 216 X 138MM 2013 9781860649653 PAPERBACK £17.99 / $25

Arab Cinema

History and Cultural Identity

Viola Shafik

320 pages 150 X 230mm available Paperback 9789774160653 £18.95 50 b&w illustrations The American University in Cairo Press

Popular Egyptian Cinema Gender, Class and Nation

Viola Shafik

272 pages 233 x 160mm available 9789774160530 hardback £18.95 The American University in Cairo Press

The Golden Years of Egyptian Film Cinema Cairo 1936–1967

Sherif Boraie (Ed) 240 pages 330 x 250mm available 9789774161735 hardback £36 The American University in Cairo Press


Action Film and Sensory Assault Steen Ledet Christiansen NEW

Freedom and Vengeance on Film NEW

Precarious Lives and the Politics of Subjectivity Robert E. Watkins

256 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784536404 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

Sofia Coppola A Cinema of Girlhood Fiona Handyside NEW

224 Pages 234 x 156mm December 2016 9781784537142 Hardback £59.5 / $95 9781784537159 Paperback £15.99 / $25 International Library of the Moving Image

Columbia College, Chicago 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 our deep attachments to two core political ideas – freedom and vengeance – asking: what do audiences learn about freedom and vengeance from film, and what are the political consequences of the reproduction or disruption of their meanings? Often, contemporary films represent the pursuit of freedom and revenge in a depoliticized way, erasing the precarious character of social life. Other films, however, foreground the negotiation of unchosen relations and circumstances in their drama. Films examined include Into the Wild, Mystic River,Wendy and Lucy and Winter’s Bone. 176 Pages 234 x 156mm April 2016 9781784530105 Hardback £59 / $95 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

Quality Hollywood

Digital Horror

Geoff King

Linnie Blake and Xavier Aldana Reyes (Eds)

Markers of Distinction in Contemporary Studio Film 336 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530457 Paperback £17.99 / $29 9781784530440 Hardback £69 / $110 International Library of the Moving Image

Home Movies

The American Family in Contemporary Hollywood Cinema

Claire Jenkins

224 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780761824 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

Hollywood Riots Violent Crowds and Progressive Politics in American Film

Doug Dibbern

224 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780766324 Hardback £59 / $95 Cinema and Society

Haunted Technologies, Network Panic and the Found Footage Phenomenon 200 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530259 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

Tom Cruise

Performing Masculinity in Post Vietnam Hollywood

Ruth O’Donnell

224 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781784530525 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of the Moving Image

Screening Twilight

Critical Approaches to a Cinematic Phenomenon

Wickham Clayton and Sarah Harman (Eds)

232 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780766669 Paperback £14.99 / $26 9781780766652 Hardback £56 / $90 International Library of the Moving Image

Joss Whedon, A Creative Portrait

From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Marvel’s The Avengers

David Lavery

296 Pages 228x155mm 2013 9781848850309 Paperback £12.99 / $18

The Death Penalty in American Cinema Criminality and Retribution in Hollywood Film

Yvonne Koslovsky Golan

Doris Day Confidential

Hollywood, Sex and Stardom

Tamar Jeffers McDonald

272 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781848855823 Paperback £15.99 / $25

288 Pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781780763330 Hardback £62 / $99 Cinema and Society

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Drone Age Cinema

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Film: Hollywood and US Cinema


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Film: Hollywood and US Cinema The Catholic Church and Hollywood

Censorship and Morality in 1930s Cinema

Alexander McGregor

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2013 9781848856530 hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Cultural Studies,Vol. 20

Mamma Mia! The Movie Exploring a Cultural Phenomenon

Louise FitzGerald, and Melanie Williams (Eds)

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848859425 paperback £19.50 / $29.50 15 B&W illustrations

Hunting The Dark Knight

Twenty-first Century Batman

Will Brooker, Kingston

University

272 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781848852808 Paperback £12.99 / $16 30 B&W illustrations

Hollywood Catwalk

Teen Dreams

Tamar Jeffers McDonald

Roz Kaveney

Exploring Costume and Transformation in American Film 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848850408 Paperback £17.99 / $29 25 B&W illustrations

Hollywood’s New Radicalism War, Globalisation and the Movies from Reagan to George W. Bush

Ben Dickenson

232 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781845111038 Paperback £16.99 / £32 11 b&w illustrations Cinema and Society series

Arnold

Schwarzenegger and the Movies

Dave Saunders

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845119485 Paperback £15.99 / $20 17 B&W illustrations

Abject Spaces in American Cinema

Falling in Love Again

Frances Pheasant-Kelly

Stacey Abbott and Deborah Jermyn (Eds)

Institutional Settings, Identity and Psychoanalysis in Film 288 pages 216 x 138mm 2013 9781848855977 hardback £62 / $99 International Library of Cultural Studies

The Hollywood Family Film

A History, from Shirley Temple to Harry Potter

Noel Brown

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780762708 Paperback £17.99 / $29 20 b&w illustrations Cinema and Society

Authorship and the Films of David Lynch Aesthetic Receptions in Contemporary Hollywood

Antony Todd

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848855793 hardback £56 $90 9781848855809 paperback £16.99 / $31 25 B&W illustrations

Romantic Comedy in Contemporary Cinema 264 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781845117719 Paperback £16.99 / $29 25 B&W illustrations

Hollywood heroines

Women in Film Noir and the Female Gothic Film

Helen Hanson

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845115616 Paperback £16.99 / $30 12 b&w illustrations

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781845111847 Paperback £15.99 / $20

Hollywood Genres and Postwar America

Masculinity, Family and Nation in Popular Movies and Film Noir

Mike Chopra-Gant

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2005 9781850438380 PAPERBACK £18.99 / $33 10 b&w illustrations Cinema and Society Series

Aim for the Heart

The Films of Clint Eastwood

Howard Hughes

288 pages 246 x 189mm 2010 9781845119027 Hardback £22.50 / $30 45 B&W illustrations

When Eagles Dared

The Filmgoers’ History of World War II

Howard Hughes

320 pages 246 x 189mm 2012 9781848856509 hardback £19.50 / $29 45 B&W illustrations

Stagecoach to Tombstone

The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Westerns

Howard Hughes

304 pages 246 x 189mm 2008 9781845115715 paperback £12.99 / $21 47 B&W illustrations

Hollywood’s History Films

Crime Wave

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781845110611 Paperback £18.99 / $32 21 b&w illustrations Cinema and Society series

Howard Hughes

David Eldridge

from alien to the matrix Reading Science Fiction Film

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Reading Teen Film and Television from Heathers to Veronica Mars

Roz Kaveney

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2005 9781850438069 PAPERBACK £15.99 / $20

The Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Crime Movies 288 pages 244 x 172mm 2006 9781845112196 PAPERback £19.99 / $26 45 B&W illustrations I.B.Tauris in association with Turner Classic Movies


NEW

Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s Sue Clayton, Goldsmiths, University of London and Laura Mulvey, Birkbeck College (Ed)

304 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784537197 Paperback £15.99 / $26

British Children’s Cinema

From The Thief of Bagdad to Wallace and Gromit Noel Brown NEW

320 Pages 216 x 134mm November 2016 9781784534004 Hardback £69 / $110 Cinema and Society e ebook available

Acting for the Silent Screen NEW

Film Actors and Aspiration between the Wars Chris O’Rourke

Beyond a Joke NEW

Parody in English Film and Television Comedy

Neil Archer, Keele University Beyond a Joke explores the myriad ways British film culture has used forms of parody, from the 1960s to the present day. It provides a contextual and textual analysis of a range of works that, while popular, have only rarely been the subject of serious academic attention – from Morecambe and Wise to Shaun of the Dead to the London 2012 Olympics’ opening ceremony. Combining the methodologies both of film history and film theory, Beyond a Joke locates parody within specific industrial and cultural moments, while also looking in detail at the aesthetics of parody as a mode. Ultimately, such works are shown to be a form of culturally specific film or televisual product for exporting to the global market, in which ‘Britishness’, shaped in self-mocking and ironic terms, becomes the selling point. 272 Pages 216 x 134mm August 2016 9781784536633 Hardback £64 / $99 Cinema and Society e ebook available

The New Scottish Cinema Jonathan Murray

304 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781845118617 Hardback £69 / $110 Cinema and Society

University College London

272 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784532796 Hardback £64 / $99 Cinema and Society e ebook available

Delivering Dreams

A Century of British Film Distribution

Geoffrey Macnab

Foreword by David Puttnam 272 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784534899 Paperback £16.99 / $27.5

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Other Cinemas

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Film: British Cinema

Hollywood and the Americanization of Britain

From the 1920s to the Present

Mark Glancy

352 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848854079 Hardback £62 / $99 Cinema and Society series

Aesthetics and Neo-Romanticism in Film

The Man Who Got Carter Michael Klinger, Independent Production and the British Film Industry, 1960-1980

Andrew Spicer and A.T. McKenna Foreword by Mike Hodges

296 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780762821 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of the Moving Image

Powell and Pressburger

A Cinema of Magic Spaces

Andrew Moor

264 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781780763774 paperback £12.99 / $19

Landscapes in Contemporary British Cinema

Stella Hockenhull

248 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781848859012 Hardback £58 / $96 International Library of Visual Culture

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Film: British Cinema Korda

Britain’s Movie Mogul

Charles Drazin

432 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848856950 Paperback £16.99 / $32 2 x 8pp b&w plates

Femininity in the Frame

Women and 1950s British Popular Cinema

Melanie Bell

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848851597 Paperback £17.99 / $33 20 B&W illustrations Cinema and Society series

Film England

Culturally English Filmmaking since the 1990s

Andrew Higson

296 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848854536 hardback £62.50 / $100 9781848854543 paperback £17.99 / $36 35 B&W illustrations

British Film Design

James Chapman

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2004 9781860649554 paperback £19.99 / $35 20 B&w illustrations Cinema and Society Series

Licence to Thrill A Cultural History of the James Bond Films

James Chapman

344 pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781845115159 paperback £14.99 / $21

Justin Smith

britain can take it British Cinema in the Second World War

the Age of the Dream Palace

Cinema and Society in 1930s Britain

Jeffrey Richards

392 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848851221 Paperback £17.99 / $31 32 B&W illustrations in 16pp plates Cinema and Society series

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288 pages 234 x 156mm 2001 9781860646287 paperback £18.99 / $26.95 Cinema and Society Series

Margaret Butler

From La Règle du Jeu to Room at the Top

Cult Films and Film Cults in British Cinema 272 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848850927 Paperback £17.99 / $29 25 B&W illustrations

Jeffrey Richards (Ed)

Past and Present

Laurie N. Ede

Withnail and Us

An Alternative History of the British Cinema, 1929–1939

Film and Community in Britain and France

A History

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848851078 Hardback £59 / $90 9781848851085 Paperback £16.99 / $32 10 B&W illustrations Cinema and Society

The Unknown 1930s

Tony Aldgate and Jeffrey Richards 376 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845114459 Paperback £19.99 / $33 Cinema and Society Series

National Identity and the British Historical Film 416 pages 234 x 156mm 2005 9781850438083 PAPERBACK £18.99 / 2005 24 halftone illustrations Cinema and Society Series

The British at War Cinema, State and Propaganda, 1939–1945

James Chapman

320 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781860646270 paperback £17.99 / $35 32 B&w illustrations Cinema and Society Series

British Cinema and the Cold War The State, Propaganda and Consensus

Tony Shaw

296 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781845112110 paperback £17.99 / $32 17 B&w illustrations Cinema and Society Series


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Film: British Cinema The Private life of Henry VIII Greg Walker

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2003 9781860649097 paperback £12.99 / $25 13 B&w illustrations

DRACULA

Peter Hutchings 128 pages 216 x 138mm 2003 9781860647482 paperback £12.99 / $25 20 B&w illustrations

Get Carter Steve Chibnall

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2003 9781860649103 paperback £12.99 / $25 20 B&w illustrations

The Charge of the Light Brigade Mark Connelly

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2003 9781860646126 paperback £12.99 / $25 15 B&w illustrations

Whisky Galore! & the Maggie Colin McArthur

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2002 9781860646331 paperback £12.99 / $25 11 B&w illustrations

The 39 Steps Mark Glancy

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2002 9781860646140 paperback £12.99 / $25 15 B&w illustrations

Black Narcissus

Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

Sarah Street

112 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781845110468 Paperback £12.99 / $23 15 B&W illustrations Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

If . . . .

Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

Paul Sutton

112 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781850436720 Paperback £12.99 / $25 15 B&W illustrations Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

BRIGHTON ROCK

Turner Classic Movies British Film Guide

Steve Chibnall

a night to remember

128 PAGES 216 x 138MM 2004 9781850434009 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $25 15 B&W illustrations TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES BRITISH FILM GUIDE

Jeffrey Richards 128 pages 216 x 138mm 2002 9781860648696 paperback £12.99 / $25 21 B&w illustration

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Film: Russian and Soviet Cinema kino: the russian cinema series Screening Soviet Nationalities NEW

Kulturfilms from the Far North to Central Asia Oksana Sarkisova Central European University

Performing Femininity

Woman as Performer in Early Russian Cinema NEW Rachel Morley

This book examines the non-fictional representations of Soviet borderlands from the Far North to the Northern Caucasus and Central Asia between 1925-1940. Beginning with Dziga Vertov and his vision of the Soviet space as a unified, multinational mosaic, Oksana Sarkisova rediscovers films by filmmakers who helped construct an image of Soviet ethnic diversity and left behind a lasting visual legacy. 304 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784535735 Hardback £64 / $99 KINO - The Russian and Soviet Cinema Series e ebook available

Russian Americans in Soviet Film

Cinematic Dialogues between the US and the USSR

Marina L. Levitina

336 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784530310 Hardback £69 / $110 KINO - The Russian and Soviet Cinema Series

Ukrainian Cinema

Belonging and Identity during the Soviet Thaw

Joshua First

264 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780765549 Hardback £64 / $99 KINO - The Russian and Soviet Cinema Series

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University College London Oriental dancers, ballerinas, actresses and opera singers - the figure of the female performer is ubiquitous in the cinema of pre-Revolutionary Russia. From the first feature film, Romashkov’s Stenka Razin (1908), through the sophisticated melodramas of the 1910s, to Viskovsky’s The Last Tango (1918), made shortly before the pre-Revolutionary film industry was dismantled by the new Soviet government, the female performer remains central. In this groundbreaking new study, Rachel Morley argues that early Russian filmmakers used the character of the female performer to explore key contemporary concerns from changing conceptions of femininity and the emergence of the so-called New Woman, to broader questions concerning gender identity. 272 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784531591 Hardback £64 / $99 KINO - The Russian and Soviet Cinema Series e ebook available

Cinema in Central Asia

Rewriting Cultural Histories

Michael Rouland, Gulnara Abikeyeva and Birgit Beumers (Eds)

320 Pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781845119003 Hardback £58 / $94 9781845119010 Paperback £17.99 / $29.50 KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The Cinema of Tarkovsky

Labyrinths of Space and Time

Nariman Skakov

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848856301 paperback £17.99 / $30 30 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The Cinema of Alexander Sokurov

Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee (Eds) 272 pages 234 x 156mm 2011 9781848853430 paperback £17.99 / $29 20 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Eisenstein on the Audiovisual The Montage of Music, Image and Sound in Cinema

Robert Robertson

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781848857315 paperback £18.99 / $32 23 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series


Politics and Persuasion Under Stalin

Jamie Miller

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848850088 Paperback £17.99 / $31 20 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Savage Junctures

Sergei Eisenstein and the Shape of Thinking

Anne Nesbet

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845114183 Paperback £18.99 / $34 20 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Vsevolod Pudovkin

kinofiles filmmakers’ companions Alexander Medvedkin

The Filmmakers’ Companion 2 168 pages 216 x 138mm 2004 9781850434054 paperback £14.99 / $32 15 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Dmitri Shostakovich: A LIFE IN FILM The Filmmakers’ Companion 3

John Riley

Classic Films of the Soviet Avant-Garde 232 pages 234 x 156mm 2001 9781860644559 hardback £62.50 / $100 20 B&w illustrations KINO:The Russian Cinema Series

Kira Muratova

Russia on Reels The Russian Idea in Post-Soviet Cinema

Birgit Beumers (Ed)

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781860643903 paperback £18.99 / $32 20 B&w illustrations KINO:The Russian Cinema Series

Forward Soviet! History and NonFiction Film in the USSR

Graham Roberts

208 pages 234 x 156mm 1999 9781860642821 hardback £62.50 / $95 16 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Cinema and Soviet Society

From the Revolution to the Death of Stalin

Peter Kenez

264 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781860645686 paperback £19.99 / $35 18 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The Film Companion 5

Julian Graffy

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2001 9781860645037 paperback £12.99 / $27 20 B&w illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

Emma Widdis

160 pages 216 x 138mm 2004 9781850434849 paperback £14.99 / $32 15 B&W illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Amy Sargeant

bed AND SOFA

The Filmmakers’ Companion 4

Jane A. Taubman

168 pages 216 x 138mm 2004 9781850434092 paperback £14.99 / $32 15 B&W illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

kinofiles film companions Series Editor: Richard Taylor

The Battleship Potemkin

The Film Companion 1

Richard Taylor

144 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781860643934 paperback £12.99 / $27 20 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The Man with the Movie Camera

The Film Companion 2

Graham Roberts

mirror

The Film Companion 6

Natasha Synessios

136 pages 216 x 138mm 2001 9781860645211 paperback £12.99 / $27 20 B&w illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

little vera

The Film Companion 8

Frank Beardow

128 pages 216x138mm 2003 9781860646119 paperback £12.99 / $27 25 B&w illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

ivan the terrible The Film Companion 9

Joan Neuberger

160 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781860645600 paperback £12.99 / $27 25 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The End of St Petersburg

The Film Companion 10

Vance Kepley, Jr.

136 pages 216 x 138mm 2003 9781860649110 paperback £12.99 / $27 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

Storm over asia The Film Companion 11

Amy Sargeant

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2008 9781845113742 paperback £12.99 / $27 15 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

124 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781860643941 paperback £12.99 / $27 20 B&w illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

Chapaev

repentance

Julian Graffy

The Film Companion 4

Denise Youngblood and Josephine Woll

128 pages 216 x 138mm 2001 9781860643958 paperback £12.99 / $27 20 B&w illustrations KINO - The Russian Cinema Series

The Film Companion 12 144 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781850439875 Paperback £12.99 / $26 15 B&W illustrations Kino - the russian cinema series

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Soviet Cinema

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Film: Russian and Soviet Cinema


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Film: Russian and Soviet Cinema SERGEI EISENSTEIN SELECTED WORKS 344 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848853553 Paperback £19.99 / $37 8pp B&W illustrations

WRITINGS 1922–1934

Volume 1 The Selected Works

Sergei Eisenstein,

Edited and translated by Richard Taylor

TOWARDS A THEORY OF MONTAGE

Volume 2 The Selected Works

Sergei Eisenstein,

Edited by Richard Taylor, translated by Michael Glenny

9781848853560 Paperback £25 / $40 10pp B&W illustrations

WRITINGS 1934–1947

Volume 3 The Selected Works

Sergei Eisenstein,

Edited by Richard Taylor, translated by William Powell 384 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848853577 Paperback £19.99 / $37 8pp B&W illustrations

448 pages 234 x 156mm 2010

TV History Content Cultures

Trans-formations of User Generated Content in Public Service Broadcasting

Simon Popple and Helen Thornham (Eds)

TV Critics and Popular Culture A History of British Television Criticism

Paul Rixon

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781848853195 hardback £58 / $100 International Library of Cultural Studies, vol. 16

The Angry Buzz

This Week and Current Affairs Television

Patricia Holland

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845110512 Paperback £17.99 / $54 15 B&w illustrations

256 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765136 Hardback £58 / $94 20 B&W illustrations

The Waltons

Nostalgia and Myth in Seventies America

Mike Chopra-Gant

208 pages 216 x 138mm 2013 9781848850293 paperback £19.50 / $29.50 20 b&w illustrations

TV FAQ

Uncommon Answers to Common Questions about TV

John Ellis

192 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845115654 paperback £12.99 / $25

Crime Watching NIP/TUCK

Television that Gets Under Your Skin

Susan Sydney-Smith

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2002 9781860647901 HARDBACK £62.50 / $69.95 9781860648243 PAPERBACK £19.99 / $26.95 15 B&w illustrations

Live From the Moon

224 pages 216 x 138MM 2006 9781845112394 PAPERBACK £19.99 / $29

Michael Allen

Deborah Jermyn

Re-viewing Television History

Helen Wheatley (Ed) 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2007 9781845111885 paperback £18.99 / $33 8 B&w illustrations

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Early British Police Series

Investigating Real Crime TV

Roz Kaveney and Jennifer Stoy (Eds) 256 pages 216 x 135mm 2011 9781845118624 paperback £12.99 / $18

Beyond Dixon of Dock Green

Film, Television and the Space Race 240 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845111694 hardback £59 / $100 9781845111700 paperback £17.99 / $29 17 B&W illustrations


NEW

Exploring Televisual Pleasure Helen Wheatley, University of Warwick

visual culture

Spectacular Television

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Contemporary TV The TV Studio Production Handbook NEW

Lucy Brown, University of Greenwich and Lyndsay Duthie, University of Hertfordshire

Looking at the early promotion of television and the launch of colour broadcasting, this book traces a history of television as spectacular attraction, from its launch to the contemporary age of surround sound, digital effects and HD screens. In focusing on the spectacle of nature, landscape, and even our own bodies on television, Helen Wheatley answers the questions: what is televisual pleasure, and how has television defined its own brand of spectacular aesthetics? 288 Pages 216 x 134mm June 2016 9781780767369 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780767376 Paperback £16.99 / $28 International Library of the Moving Image e ebook available

Beyond The Bridge NEW

Contemporary Danish Television Drama Tobias Hochscherf, University of Applied Sciences, Germany

and Heidi Philipsen,

University of Southern Denmark 288 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784533564 Hardback £69 / $110 e ebook available

Women and Cultural Citizenship in Turkey Mass Media and ‘Woman’s Voice’ Television

Solen Sanli

288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781780763927 Hardback £69 / $110 Library of Modern Turkey

The TV Studio Production Handbook explains the production process from beginning to end and covers everything media students need to know to create a successful studio television programme. The book is packed with interviews from top TV executives from the UK, USA, Australia and China and includes live case studies from hit international formats covering every genre, from reality, to drama to news, with scripts from Britain’s Got Talent, Big Brother, Coronation Street, The Chase, Teletubbies, Channel 4 News and more. The authors, both award-winning TV programme-makers and academic programme leaders, break things down genre by genre and explore pre-production, casting, scripting, as well as all the required paperwork from call sheets to running orders. 224 Pages 216x135mm October 2016 9781784536282 Paperback £16.99 / $28 e ebook available

Being Bionic

NEW

The World of TV Cyborgs Bronwen Calvert, The Open University of the North of England The cyborg – an organic body augmented with technology – is an enduring figure that can be found across science fiction stories, novels, films, and, more recently, television. What can its marked presence in cult TV shows tell us about the rapidly changing world we live in, and indeed about the human condition? This book explores how the image of the cyborg attracts our fears and fascinations. Chapters draw together cyborg theory and criticism from science fiction and television studies to analyse a variety of popular series: the cyborg appears as action hero, villain, or as a reflection of ourselves. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784536480 Paperback £14.99 / $22.5 e ebook available

Adventures in the Lives of Others

Ethical Dilemmas in Factual Filmmaking

James Quinn (Ed)

288 Pages 216x135mm 2015 9781784533946 Paperback £14.99 / $25

The TV Detective Voices of Dissent in Contemporary Television

Helen Piper

200 Pages 234 x 156mm 2015 9781780762944 Hardback £64 / $99 9781780762951 Paperback £17.99 / $29 Popular Television Genres

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Contemporary TV Reading Asian Television Drama

Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries

Jeongmee Kim (Ed)

328 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781845118600 Paperback £18.99 / $32 Reading Contemporary Television

TV’s Betty Goes Global From Telenovela to International Brand

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds) 288 pages 216 x 135mm 2012 9781780762678 paperback £19.50 / $29.50 Reading Contemporary Television

Loving The L Word

The Complete Series in Focus

Dana Heller (Ed)

272 pages 216 x 135mm 2013 9781780764245 paperback £14.99 / $25 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘The L Word’

Outing Contemporary Television

Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds)

208 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845111793 Paperback £11.99 / $23 Reading Contemporary Television

Mad Men

Dream Come True TV

Gary R. Edgerton (Ed)

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848853799 paperback £12.99 / $17 12 B&W illustrations Reading Contemporary Television

Reading Little Britain Comedy Matters on Contemporary Television

Sharon Lockyer (Ed)

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845119393 Paperback £12.99 / $26

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the Queer Politics of Television

Samuel A. Chambers 240 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845116811 Paperback £16.99 / $29 12 B&W illustrations Reading contemporary Television

third wave feminism and television

Jane Puts It in a Box

Merri Lisa Johnson (Ed)

224 Pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845112462 Paperback £17.99 / $28 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘Desperate Housewives’

Beyond the White Picket Fence

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds) 224 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845112202 Paperback £12.99 / $21 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘Six Feet Under’ TV To Die For

Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds) 256 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781850438090 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $24 Reading Contemporary Television

reading ‘24’

TV against the Clock

Steven Peacock (Ed)

256 Pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113292 Paperback £12.99 / $20 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘CSI’

Crime TV under the Microscope

Michael Allen (Ed)

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845114282 paperback £12.99 / $19 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘Deadwood’

A Western to Swear By

David Lavery (Ed)

272 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845112219 paperback £12.99 / $21 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘The Sopranos’

Hit TV from HBO

David Lavery (Ed)

240 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845111212 Paperback £12.99 / $24 Reading Contemporary Television

Reading ‘Sex and the City’ Kim Akass and Janet McCabe (Eds)

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2008 9781850434238 paperback £12.99 / $21 Reading Contemporary Television

Quality TV

Contemporary American Television and Beyond

Janet McCabe and Kim Akass (Eds)

312 pages 216 x 138mm 2014 9781845115111 paperback £17.99 / $27 Reading Contemporary Television

Makeover Television Reading ‘Lost’

Roberta Pearson (Ed) 272 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845118365 Paperback £12.99 / $27 Reading Contemporary Television

Realities Remodelled

Dana Heller (Ed)

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113306 paperback £15.99 / $27 Reading Contemporary Television


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I’m Buffy and You’re History

NEW

Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Contemporary Feminism Patricia Pender University of Newcastle, Australia

visual culture

INVESTIGATING CULT Television series

Time on TV

Narrative Time, Time Travel and Time Travellers in Popular Television Culture Lorna Jowett, Kevin Lee Robinson and David Simmons (Eds) NEW

In this book, Patricia Pender argues that Buffy includes diverse elements of feminism and reconfigures – and sometimes revises – the ideals of American second wave feminism for a wide third wave audience. She also explores the ways in which the final season’s vision of collective feminist activism negotiates racial and class boundaries. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm April 2016 9781780767451 Hardback £59 / $95 9781780767468 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Investigating Cult TV Series e ebook available

Time and television have a unique and multi-faceted relationship. Focusing on the cult genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, the book draws examples from among the most beloved television programmes of recent decades including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek:The Next Generation and Dr.Who to explore the diverse uses and representations of time. Using academic approaches from cultural studies, literary analysis, psychoanalytic theory and philosophy, this book lends a deeper understanding of television as a contemporary narrative medium. 192 Pages 216 x 134mm March 2016 9781784530136 Hardback £59 / $95 Investigating Cult TV Series e ebook available

Music in Cult TV

NEW

An Introduction Janet K. Halfyard, Birmingham Conservatoire

True Blood

Investigating Vampires and Southern Gothic

How does music enrich and define cult television series? The book analyses theme tunes and scoring on television to reveal how composers construct a series’ identity using musical idioms and instruments. Characters and plot developments, similarly, are enhanced by their musical accompaniment. The different scoring strategies employed in science fiction and horror-based genres, comprising for example Star Trek or Dr. Who, are considered alongside cult shows set in our reality, such as Dexter, The Sopranos and Queer as Folk.

Brigid Cherry

232 Pages 216 x 134mm April 2016 9781784530280 Hardback £59 / $95 9781784530297 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Investigating Cult TV Series e ebook available

Investigating Cutting Edge Television

232 pages 216 x 135mm 2012 9781848859401 paperback £12.99 / $18 Investigating Cult TV Series

Dexter

Douglas L. Howard (Ed)

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848852655 Paperback £12.99 / $17 Investigating Cult TV Series

TV Horror

Investigating the Darker Side of the Small Screen

Lorna Jowett and Stacey Abbott 256 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781848856189 paperback £14.99 / $24.95 15 B&W illustrations Investigating Cult TV Series

Torchwood Declassified

Investigating Mainstream Cult Television

Rebecca Williams (Ed) 256 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780761770 hardback £58 / $94 9781780761787 paperback £16.99 / $28 Investigating Cult TV

Investigating ‘Firefly’ and ‘Serenity’

Science Fiction on the Frontier

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

304 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845116545 Paperback £15.99 / $25 Investigating Cult TV series

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Contemporary TV Battlestar Galactica

Investigating Flesh, Spirit, and Steel

Roz Kaveney and Jennifer Stoy (Eds)

The Cult TV Book Stacey Abbott (Ed)

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848850262 Paperback £15.99 8 B&W illustrations Investigating Cult TV Series

The Magic Power of TV

Stan Beeler and Karin Beeler (Eds)

264 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845114800 paperback £15.99 / $25 investigating cult tv Series

A Critical Celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat Era

Secrets and Spies

Stacey Abbott and Simon Brown (Eds) 232 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845114053 Paperback £16.99 / $29 investigating cult tv Series

Who is Who?

The Philosophy of Doctor Who

Kevin S. Decker

256 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765532 paperback £14.99 / $25

New Dimensions of Doctor Who

TARDISbound

Navigating the Universes of Doctor Who

Piers D. Britton

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781845119256 paperback £15.99 / $32

Matt Hills (Ed)

256 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781845118662 Paperback £14.99 / $25 Reading Contemporary Television

Inside the Tardis

The Worlds of Doctor Who

James Chapman

336 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781780761404 paperback £12.99 / $19

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WHO WATCHING

Love and Monsters

The Doctor Who Experience, 1979 to the Present

Miles Booy

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781848854789 hardback £58 / $95 9781848854796 paperback £14.99 / $32

Andrew O’Day (Ed)

296 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780760193 Paperback £12.99 / $25 9781780760186 Hardback £58 / $96 Who Watching

Jes Battis

Investigating ‘Alias’

who watching Doctor Who, The Eleventh Hour

Uncharted Territories of Sex and Science Fiction 256 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113421 Paperback £15.99 / $27 Investigating Cult TV Serie

296 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848853737 Paperback £14.99 / $26 Investigating Cult TV Series

Investigating ‘charmed’

Investigating ‘farscape’

The Doctor’s Monsters

Meanings of the Monstrous in Doctor Who

Graham Sleight,

Introduced by Paul Cornell

Triumph of a Time Lord

Regenerating Doctor Who in the Twentyfirst Century

Matt Hills

272 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848850323 Paperback £12.99 / $26 who watching

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781848851788 paperback £12.99 / $24.95


Why Buffy Matters

Chantal Bourgault du Coudray

Rhonda Wilcox

Fantasy, Horror and the Beast Within

The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer 256 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845110291 Paperback £12.99 / $21

240 pages 234 x 156mm 2006 9781845111588 Paperback £18.99 / $29 14 B&w illustrations

Reading ‘Angel’

Reading ‘Stargate SG-1’

The TV Spin-off with a Soul

Stan Beeler and Lisa Dickson (Eds)

Stacey Abbott (Ed)

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781850438397 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $24

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845111830 Paperback £12.99 / $23

Saints and Avengers

Reading the Vampire Slayer

British Adventure Series of the 1960s

The New, Updated, Unofficial Guide to Buffy and Angel

James Chapman

296 pages 234 x 156mm 2008 9781860647543 paperback £18.99 / $35 24 B&w illustrations Popular Television Series

Roz Kaveney (Ed)

320 pages 198 x 129mm 2007 9781860649844 paperback £10.99 / $21

Living with Star Trek

American Culture and the Star Trek Universe

Lincoln Geraghty

240 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845114213 hardback £62.50 / $90 9781845112653 paperback £15.99 / $24

British Science Fiction Television A Hitchhiker’s Guide

John R. Cook and Peter Wright (Eds)

304 pages 216 x 138mm 2005 9781845110482 Paperback £18.99 / $32 16 B&w halftone illustrations popular television genres

American Science fiction tv Star Trek, Stargate and Beyond

Jan Johnson-Smith

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2004 9781860648823 paperback £16.99 Popular Television Genres

Popular Culture Cultural Revolution in Iran NEW in paperback

Contemporary Popular Culture in the Islamic Republic Annabelle Sreberny and Massoumeh Torfeh (Eds), both at SOAS

Winter is Coming

The Medieval World of Game of Thrones Carolyne Larrington

This book draws on the expertise and experience of Iranian and international academics and activists to address diverse areas of social and cultural innovation that are driving change and progress. It uncovers an underground world of new technology, media and entertainment that speaks to women seeking a greater public role and a restless younger generation that organises and engages with global trends online.

University of Oxford NEW in paperback Game of Thrones is a phenomenon. As Carolyne Larrington reveals in this essential companion to George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novels and the HBO mega-hit series based on them, the show is the epitome of water-cooler TV.Yet no book has divulged how George R.R. Martin constructed his remarkable universe out of the Middle Ages. Discussing novels and TV series alike, Larrington explores among other topics: sigils, giants, dragons and direwolves in medieval texts; ravens, old gods and the Weirwood in Norse myth; and a gothic, exotic orient in the eastern continent, Essos. From the White Walkers to the Red Woman, from Casterley Rock to the Shivering Sea, this is an indispensable guide to the twenty-first century’s most important fantasy creation. 272 Pages 198 x 126mm January 2016 9781784532567 Paperback £12.99 / $15.94 e ebook available

296 Pages 216 x 134mm June 2016 9781784535131 Paperback £17.99 / $27.5 e ebook available

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The Curse of the Werewolf

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Television: Sci-Fi and Fantasy


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Popular Culture Being Gorgeous Feminism, Sexuality and the Pleasures of the Visual

Jacki Willson

240 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781780762838 Hardback £59 / $95 9781780762845 Paperback £14.99 / $26 International Library of Cultural Studies

Let 100 Voices Speak

How the Internet is Transforming China and Changing Everything

Liz Carter

224 Pages 198 x 126mm 2015 9781780769851 Paperback £12.99 / $20

Fashioning Appetite

Restaurants and the Making of Modern Identity

Joanne Finkelstein

240 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780762630 Paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780762623 Hardback £58 / $94 International Library of Cultural Studies

Feminism and Popular Culture Investigating the Postfeminist Mystique

Rebecca Munford and Melanie Waters

224 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781850438953 Paperback £16.99 / $28

Talking Dance

NEW

Contemporary Histories from the South China Sea

Ralph Buck, Nicholas Rowe & Toni ShapiroPhim The South China Sea has a rich and turbulent history. This new book reveals the ways in which the peoples of the South China Sea region have used dance as a means of contending with the immense political, economic and cultural rifts that have affected their lives. Drawing on the stories of indigenous dancers in southern China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, it offers unique insights into the ways in which people have used creative movement as a means of understanding the divisions and alienation that conflict, diaspora and globalization have brought and as a first step towards reclaiming their identities and their worlds. 272 Pages 246 x 189mm March 2016 9781780764870 Hardback £39.95 / $65 Talking Dance e ebook available

Renewing Feminisms

Radical Narratives, Fantasies and Futures in Media Studies

Helen Thornham and Elke Weissmann (Eds)

The Golden Age of Pantomime

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2013 9781848858251 hardback £58 / $94 9781848858268 paperback £17.99 / $29 8 b&w illustrations

Jeffrey Richards

Creatures of the Night

Slapstick, Spectacle and Subversion in Victorian England

456 Pages 228x155mm 2014 9781780762937 Hardback £25 / $60

Cultural Passions

Fans, Aesthetes and Tarot Readers

Elizabeth Wilson

224 pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780762852 hardback £56 / $90 9781780762869 paperback £14.99 / $28 20 b&w illustrations

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In Search of Ghosts, Vampires, Werewolves and Demons

Weird Science and Bizarre Beliefs

Mysterious Creatures, Lost Worlds and Amazing Inventions

Gregory L. Reece

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2008 9781845117566 Paperback £11.99 / $20 29 B&w illustrations

UFO RELigion

Inside Flying Saucer Cults and Culture

Gregory L. Reece

224 PAGES 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845114510 PAPERBACK £12.99 / $19

Gregory L. Reece

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781848853850 Paperback £10.99 / $17

Elvis Religion

The Cult of the King

Gregory L. Reece

208 pages 216 x 138mm 2006 9781845111649 Paperback £14.99 / $21


The Sexualization of Western Culture

Feona Attwood (Ed)

224 pages 234 x 156mm 2014 9781845118273 Paperback £16.99 / $30

The Happy Stripper

Pleasures and Politics of the New Burlesque

Jacki Willson

176 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845113186 paperback £12.99 / $25 6 B&w illustrations

Ink-stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors

Superwomen in Modern Mythology

Jennifer K. Stuller

Superheroes!

Lorca, Buñuel, Dalí

Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films

Forbidden Pleasures and Connected Lives

Roz Kaveney

Gwynne Edwards

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2008 9781845115692 paperback £12.99 / $20

256 pages 234 x 156mm 2009 9781848850071 hardback £27 / $47 16 b&w illustrations

Tomb Raiders and Space Invaders

The Festival of Britain

A Land and its People

Videogame Forms and Contexts

Harriet Atkinson

Foreword by Mary Banham

Geoff King and Tanya Krzywinska

288 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848857926 Paperback £17.99 / $30 60 B&W illustrations, 16pp colour plates

272 pages 234 x 156mm 2005 9781850438144 Paperback £18.99 / $32 16 B&w illustrations

Naked Exhibitionism

Gertrude and Alice

Gendered Performance and Public Exposure

Diana Souhami

Claire Nally and Angela Smith (Eds)

204 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781848851481 paperback £12.99 / $21 42 B&W illustrations

208 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781848858527 Hardback £56 / $90 International Library of Cultural Studies

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845119652 paperback £11.99 / $18

library of gender and 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

Gender and Economics in Popular Culture NEW Femininity, Masculinity and Austerity in Film and TV Helen Davies and Claire O’Callaghan (Eds)

224 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784536640 Hardback £64 / $99 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available

Queer Sexualities in Early Film NEW

Cinema and Male-Male Intimacy Shane Brown, University of East Anglia

Until now, relatively little attention has been paid to how queer sexualities were portrayed in films from the silent and early sound period. By looking in detail at a succession of recently-found films and revisiting others, Shane Brown examines images of male-male intimacy, buddy relationships and romantic friendships in European and American films made prior to 1934, including Different from the Others and All Quiet on the Western Front. 272 Pages 216 x 134mm June 2016 9781784536657 Hardback £64 / $99 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available

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visual culture

Mainstreaming Sex

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Popular Culture


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Popular Culture library of gender and popular culture All-American TV Crime Drama NEW

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Gender and Citizenship Lisa Cuklanz, Boston College; Sujata Moorti, Middlebury College, Vermont

Gay Pornography Representations of Sexuality and Masculinity NEW John Mercer

Through detailed textual and visual analyses of episodes, this book reveals how elements of misogynist feminism and cultural revanchism manifest themselves in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU), and shows how its use of forensic science offers new fables of objectivity. 256 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784534295 Hardback £59 / $95 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available

Female Bodies and Performance in Film

Queer Encounters with Embodiment and Affect Katharina Lindner University of Stirling NEW

272 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784536244 Hardback £64 / $99 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available

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Birmingham City University Gay pornography, online and onscreen, is a controversial and significantly under-researched area of cultural production. This book explores the iconography, themes and ideals that the genre presents. Indeed, John Mercer argues that gay pornography cannot be regarded as one-dimensional, but that it offers its audience a vision of plural masculinities that are more nuanced than they might seem. Mercer examines how the internet has generated an exponential growth in the sheer volume and variety of this material, and facilitated far greater access to it. He uses both professional and amateur examples to explore how gay pornography has become part of a wider cultural context in which modern masculinities have become ‘saturated’ by their constantly evolving status in popular culture. 240 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781780765174 Hardback £64 / $99 9781780765181 Paperback £16.99 / $29 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available

Queer Horror Film and Television NEW

Sexuality and Masculinity at the Margins Darren Elliott-Smith, University of Hertfordshire In recent years, the representation of alternative sexuality in the horror film and television has ‘outed’ itself from the shadows from which it once lurked via the embrace of an outrageously queer horror aesthetic where homosexuality is often unequivocally referenced. In this book, Darren Elliott-Smith departs from the analysis of the monster as a symbol of heterosexual anxiety and fear, and moves to focus instead on queer fears and anxieties within gay male subcultures. 224 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784536862 Hardback £58 / $94 Library of Gender and Popular Culture e ebook available


Media, Mass Violence and Human Rights David Patrick

visual culture

The Reporting of Genocide NEW

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International Media Arab Subcultures Transformations in Theory and Practice Tarik Sabry and Layal Ftouni (Eds) NEW

288 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784537227 Hardback £62 / $99 e ebook available

Journalism in an Age of Terror NEW Covering and Uncovering the Secret State John Lloyd

272 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781784537081 Paperback £11.99 / $17.94 e ebook available

Both at the University of Westminster What is ‘Arab’ about Arab subcultures? This is the first book to set out to delineate different ways of studying and theorising Arab subcultural groups and practices, including film, graffiti, music, live art performances, Arab techies and youth cultures. Contributors tackle a number of questions including: How is the study of Arab subcultures to be theorised? How are we to analyse such creative processes in a new worldliness characterised by trans-temporality and trans-subjectivity? Arab Subcultures effectively opens up a critical and interdisciplinary dialogue about Arab subcultures with different fields of enquiry, at the heart of which lies the key intellectual task of re-imagining the uneasy relation between aesthetics and politics in the age of revolutions. 272 Pages 216 x 134mm October 2016 9781780769028 Hardback £64 / $99 9781780769035 Paperback £16.99 / $28 Library of Modern Middle East Studies e ebook available

The News Media At War

The Clash of Western and Arab Networks in the Middle East NEW Tarek Cherkaoui

The Right to Forget Privacy and the Media in the Digital Age NEW George Brock, City University London

During the 2003 War in Iraq, American news media found it difficult to convey their pro-war perspective outside the United States. Since the war was unpopular in many parts of the world, failure to win hearts and minds - particularly in the Middle East - represented a significant setback for the American soft power. This book explores what happened. It examines the cross-cultural factors that made American television networks cover the war very differently from their Arab counterparts. 256 Pages 234 x 156mm October 2016 9781780761046 Hardback £64 / $99 Library of Modern Middle East Studies e ebook available

Reporting the Middle East NEW

The Practice of News in the Twenty-first Century Zahera Harb

City University London

288 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784532710 Hardback £69 / $110 9781784532727 Paperback £16.99 / $28 e ebook available

Dissent and Revolution in a Digital Age Social Media, Blogging and Activism in Egypt

David Faris

288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784532079 Paperback £25 / $45 e ebook available

Google has been required to remove links to hundreds of thousands of pieces of information on application from individuals who considered their interests harmed. This book looks at the implications of this decision for free expression, journalism and information in the digital public sphere. Is the judgement a threat to freedom of information and the accuracy of the historical record or the first step in establishing essential new rights in the digital era? 160 Pages 216 x 134mm September 2016 9781784535926 Paperback £12.99 / $25 RISJ Challenges series e ebook available

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International Media Racism, Ethnicity and the Media in Africa

Mediating Conflict in the Twenty-first Century

Winston Mano (Ed)

368 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781780767055 Hardback £75 / $120 9781780767062 Paperback £17.99 / $28 International Library of African Studies

Occidentalism in Iran Representations of the West in the Iranian Media

Ehsan Bakhshandeh

248 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784531621 Hardback £64 / $99 International Library of Iranian Studies

Arab Media Moguls

Naomi Sakr, Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen and Donatella Della Ratta (Eds) 256 Pages 216x135mm 2015 9781784532772 Hardback £69 / $110 9781780767321 Paperback £15.99 / $28 Library of Modern Middle East Studies

Narrating Conflict in the Middle East

Discourse, Image and Communications Practices in Lebanon and Palestine

Dina Matar and Zahera Harb (Ed)

288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780761039 Paperback £16.99 / $28 9781780761022 Hardback £62 / $99 Library of Modern Middle East Studies

Image Politics in the Middle East The Role of the Visual in Political Struggle

Lina Khatib

264 pages 234 x 156mm 2012 9781848852815 hardback £58 / $94 9781848852822 paperback £15.99 / $27.50 51 B&W illustrations

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Media Power and Global Television News NEW

The Role of Al Jazeera English Saba Bebawi

Swinburne University, Melbourne The Middle East has been a particular focus of global crisis reporting. Yet international coverage of these conflicts has historically been presented through a ‘Western’ perspective. The arrival of Al Jazeera English might, therefore, be regarded as an attempt to bridge this gap by broadcasting discourses from and about the Arab world. Using a framing analysis of selected news reports by Al Jazeera English before and after the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ protests, this book considers Al Jazeera English’s position in the global news environment and identifies the extent to which it addresses this gap between the Arab and global spheres. 208 Pages 216 x 134mm January 2016 9781784530860 Hardback £69 / $110 International Media and Journalism Studies e ebook available

THE New Arab Journalist

Mission and Identity in a Time of Turmoil

Lawrence Pintak

288 pages 216 x 134mm 2010 9781848850989 hardback £62.50 / $100 9781848850996 paperback £17.99 / $29 20 B&W illustrations

Arab Cultural Studies Mapping the Field

Tarik Sabry (Ed)

320 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781848855588 hardback £58 / $94 9781848855595 paperback £18.99 / $33 3 B&W illustrations

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Cultural Encounters in the Arab World

On Media, the Modern and the Everyday

Tarik Sabry

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781848853607 Paperback £16.99 / $30

the Arab-Israeli Conflict in the Media

Producing Shared Memory and National Identity in the Global Television Era

Tamar Ashuri

288 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845118143 Hardback £62.50 / $100

Palestine Online Transnationalism, Communications and the Reinvention of Identity

Miriyam Aouragh

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2012 9781780762418 Paperback £25 / $47

Blogistan

The Internet and Politics in Iran

Annabelle Sreberny and Gholam Khiabany 240 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781845116071 paperback £14.99 / $29 International Library of Iranian Studies, Vol. 18


Elizabeth Poole and John E. Richardson (Eds) 256 pages 216 x 138mm 2010 9781845111724 Paperback £17.99 / $33

Transnational Television in Europe

Reconfiguring Global Communications Networks

Jean K. Chalaby

Women and Media in the Middle East Naomi Sakr (Ed)

240 pages 216 x 138mm 2011 9781850435457 paperback £18.99 / $35

272 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845119546 PaperBack £16.99 / $36

Observant States

Geopolitics and Visual Culture

Fraser MacDonald, Rachel Hughes and Klaus Dodds (Eds) 320 pages 234 x 156mm 2010 9781845119454 paperback £19.99 / $36 36 b&w illustrations

arab Television Today Naomi Sakr

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2007 9781845115630 hardback £59 / $95 9781845115647 paperback £16.99 / $33

arab media and political renewal Community, Legitimacy and Public Life

Naomi Sakr (Ed)

224 pages 216 x 138mm 2009 9781845114336 Hardback £68.50 / $95 9781845113278 Paperback £19.99 / $34

Transnational Television worldwide

Towards a New Media Order

Jean K. Chalaby (Ed)

256 pages 216 x 138mm 2004 9781850435488 paperback £16.99 / $35

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Muslims and the News Media

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International Media


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International Media reuters institute for the study of journalism

Journalism and the NSA Revelations

Privacy, Security and the Press Risto Kunelius, Heikki Heikkilä, Adrienne Russell and Dmitry Yagodin (Eds) 288 Pages 216 x 134mm December 2016 9781784536756 Hardback £62 / $99 9781784536763 Paperback £19.99 / $28

The Kidnapping of Journalists

Reporting from High-Risk Conflict Zones Robert G. Picard, University of Oxford; and Hannah Storm

Media, Revolution and Politics in Egypt The Story of an Uprising Abdalla F. Hassan

288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784532185 Paperback £19.99 / $28.00 9781784532178 Hardback £62.00 / $99.00

Innovators in Digital News Lucy Küng, University of Oxford

144 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784534165 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00 RISJ Challenges series

128 Pages 216 x 134mm march 2016 9781784535896 Paperback £12.99 / $20.00 RISJ Challenges series

Local Journalism

The Euro Crisis in the Media

University of Oxford

University of Oxford

The Decline of Newspapers and the Rise of Digital Media Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (Ed) 240 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784533212 Paperback £19.99 / $28 9781784533205 Hardback £69 / $110 Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Journalism and PR

News Media and Public Relations in the Digital Age

John Lloyd, University of Oxford and Laura Toogood 160 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781784530624 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00 RISJ Challenges series

Reporting the EU

News, Media and the European Institutions

John Lloyd and Cristina Marconi

128 Pages 216 x 134mm 2014 9781784530655 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00 RISJ Challenges series

Journalistic Coverage of Economic Crisis and European Institutions Robert G. Picard (Ed) 320 Pages 216 x 134mm 2015 9781784530600 Paperback £19.99 / $28.00 9781784530594 Hardback £52.50 / $85.00 Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Transparency in Politics and the Media Accountability and Open Government

Nigel Bowles, James T. Hamilton & David A. L. Levy (Eds) 264 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780766768 Paperback £19.99 / $28.00

Women and Journalism

Suzanne Franks, City University London 256 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765853 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00

Political Journalism in Transition

Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective

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Raymond Kuhn and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (Eds) 288 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780766782 Paperback £19.99 / $28.00

Media and Public Shaming Drawing the Boundaries of Disclosure

Julian Petley (Ed)

256 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765877 Paperback £17.99 / $28.00

Climate Change in the Media

Reporting Risk and Uncertainty

James Painter

192 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765884 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00

Transformations in Egyptian Journalism Naomi Sakr

128 Pages 216 x 134mm 2013 9781780765891 Paperback £12.99 / $25.00


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Abject Spaces in American Cinema; Pheasant-Kelly A Bout de Souffle; Fotiade Acting Acting for the Silent Screen Adolf Loos; Masheck Adorned in Dreams; Wilson Adorno Reframed; Boucher Adventures in the Lives of Others: Quinn Aesthetics and Neo-Romanticism in Film; Hockenhull After Dracula; Peirse Aftershock; Cashell Agamben Reframed; Smith Age of the Dream Palace, The; Richards Aim for the Heart; Hughes Alberto Giacometti; Matthews Alberto Giacometti: Matthews Alexander Medvedkin; Widdis All-American TV Crime Drama Alphaville; Darke Amélie; Vanderschelden American Look, The; Arnold American Science fiction tv; Johnson-Smith Angry Buzz, The; Holland Animation in the Middle East Antipolitics in Central European Art Anti-Portraiture Apu Trilogy, The; Robinson Arab Cinema Arab Cinema; Shafik Arab Cultural Studies; Sabry Arab-Israeli Conflict in the Media, The; Ashuri arab media and political renewal; Sakr Arab Media Moguls: Sakr et al. Arab Subcultures arab Television Today; Sakr Architecture of Psychoanalysis, The Arnold; Saunders Art and Advertising; Gibbons Art and Animals; Aloi Art and Architecture; Rendell Art and Death; Townsend Art and Emergency Art and Laughter; Klein Art and Obscenity; Mey Art and Politics; Mesch Art and Psychoanalysis; Walsh Art and Science; Ede Art and Sex; Watson Art and the City; Whybrow Art and the Home: Racz Art and the Politics of Visibility Art and Trauma in Africa; Bisschoff & Van de Peer Art and War; Brandon Art as Enterprise Art as Organism Art Beyond Representation; Bolt Art Direction and Production Design Auschwitz and Afterimages; Chare Authorship and the Films of David Lynch; Todd

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Badiou Reframed; Ling Bakhtin Reframed; Haynes Basque Cinema: Stone & Rodriguez Battleship Potemkin, The; Taylor Battlestar Galactica; Kaveney & Stoy Baudrillard Reframed; Toffoletti Bed and Sofa; Graffy Being Bionic Being Gorgeous: Willson Beyond a Joke Beyond Dixon of Dock Green; Sydney-Smith Beyond The Bridge Bioart Kitchen Black Artists in British Art; Chambers Black Narcissus; Street Black & White Cinema: Dixon Blogistan; Sreberny & Khiabany Bluebeard’s Legacy; Pollock & Anderson Bohemians; Wilson Brazil on Screen Breaching Borders; Steyn & Stanselberg Brighton Rock britain can take it; Aldgate & Richards British at War, The; Chapman British Children’s Cinema British Cinema and the Cold War; Shaw British Film Design; Ede British Science Fiction Television; Cook & Wright

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Carnal Aesthetics; Zarzycka & Papenburg Carnal Knowledge; Barrett & Bolt Casque d’Or; Leahy Catholic Church and Hollywood, The; McGregor Central Asia in Art Chapaev; Graffy Charge of the Light Brigade, The; Connelly Charles Sheeler; Rawlinson Child in Film, The; Lury China and the Chinese in Popular Film Cinema and Soviet Society; Kenez Cinema and the Audiovisual Imagination: Robertson Cinema in Central Asia; Rouland et al Cinema Italiano; Hughes Cinema of Alexander Sokurov, The; Beumers & Condee Cinema of Tarkovsky, The; Skakov Cinematography Claude Cahun; Doy Cléo de 5 à 7; Orpen Climate Change in the Media Colour, Art and Empire; Eaton Concentrationary Imaginaries Concentrationary Memories; Pollick & Silvermann conceptual odysseys; Pollock Contemporary Art from the Middle East Contemporary British Women Artists; Fortnum Contemporary New Zealand Cinema; Conrich & Murray Content Cultures; Popple & Thornham Cosmopolitan Cinema Creatures of the Night; Reece Crime Watching; Jermyn Crime Wave; Hughes Cult TV Book, The; Abbott Cultural Encounters in the Arab World; Sabry Cultural Passions; Wilson Cultural Revolution in Iran Culture of Migration, The: Moslund et al. Curse of the Werewolf, The; Bourgault du Coudray

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Dead City, The Death Penalty in American Cinema, The; Koslovsky-Golan Delacroix and His Forgotten World Deleuze Reframed; Sutton & Martin-Jones Delirious Museum, The; Storrie Delivering Dreams: Macnab Derrida Reframed; Richards Designing Utopia: Ross & Bennett Destruction Rites Dexter; Howard Digital and Other Virtualities; Bryant & Pollock Digital Horror: Blake & Reyes Digital Snaps; Larsen & Sandbye Dissent and Revolution in a Digital Age: Faris Dissonant Archives: Downey Dmitri Shostakovich: A LIFE IN FILM; RIley Doctor’s Monsters, The; Sleight Doctor Who, The Eleventh Hour; O’Day Doris Day Confidential; McDonald DRACULA; Hutching Drawing Ambiguity: tracey Drawing Difference Drawn to Print Dress Behind Bars; Ash Dressing for Austerity Drone Age Cinema

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East Asian Cinemas; Hunt & Wing-Fai East Asian Film Noir: Shin & Gallagher Editing and Special/Visual Effects Eisenstein on the Audiovisual; Robertson Elvis Religion; Reece Encounters Beyond the Gallery End of St Petersburg, The; Kepley, Jr. Engaged with the Arts; Tusa Ethics of Visuality, The; Kenaan Euro Crisis in the Media, The Europeanness of European Cinema, The; Harrod et al Euro-Western, The Eva Hesse; Corby Experimental Fashion Exploring Site-Specific Art; Rugg Extraordinary Archive of Arthur J. Munby, The

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Falling in Love Again; Abbott & Jermyn Family Films in Global Cinema Fascist Modernism Fashion and Psychoanalysis; Bancroft Fashion as photograph; Shinkle

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Fashion Crimes Fashion, Desire and Anxiety; Arnold Fashioning the City; Rocamora Fashioning the Feminine; Buckley & Fawcett Female Bodies and Performance in Film Female Body in the Looking-Glass, The Femininity in the Frame; Bell Feminism and Popular Culture; Manford & Waters Feminist Art Histories Festival of Britain, The; Atkinson Film and Community in Britain and France; Butler Film and Fairy Tales; Moen Film Criticism in the Digital Age Film England; Higson Film Genres and African Cinema Filming the Modern Middle East Film Propaganda Films of Claire Denis, The; Vecchio Forward Soviet!; Roberts Frank Capra’s Eastern Horizons; Rawitsch Freedom and Vengeance on Film French Screen Goddess: Driskell from alien to the matrix; Kaveney From France With Love: Harrod From Iran to Hollywood and Some Places In-Between From Moscow to Madrid

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Gay Pornography Gender and Economics in Popular Culture Gender, Modernity and Liberty; Lewis & Micklewright Gertrude and Alice; Souhami Get Carter; Chibnall Golden Age of Pantomime, The; Richards Golden Years of Egyptian Film, The; Boraie gordon Matta-Clark; Walker Guattari Reframed; Elliott

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Happy Stripper, The; Willson Heidegger Reframed; Bolt Helen Chadwick Henry Moore in America; Rose History of Genocide in Cinema, The Hitchcock and the Cinema of Sensations; Elliott Hollywood and the Americanization of Britain; Glancy Hollywood Catwalk; McDonald Hollywood Family Film, The; Brown Hollywood Genres and Postwar America; Chopra-Gant Hollywood heroines; Hanson Hollywood Riots: Dibbern Hollywood’s History Films; Eldridge Hollywood’s New Radicalism; Dickenson Home Movies: Jenkins Horror Zone; Conrich Hunting The Dark Knight; Brooker

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If....; Sutton Image Politics in the Middle East; Khatib Imaging the Great Irish Famine I’m Buffy and You’re History Impure Cinema; Nagib & Jerslev Inert Cities; Donald & Lindner Ingmar Bergman; Macnab Ink-stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors; Stuller Innovators in Digital News Inside the Freud Museum Inside the Tardis; Chapman Interdisciplinary Encounters; Arnold Investigating ‘Alias’; Abbott & Brown Investigating ‘charmed’; Beeler & Beeler Investigating ‘farscape’; Battis Investigating ‘Firefly’ and ‘Serenity’; Wilcox & Cochran Iranian Cinema Iranian Cinema Uncensored: Rahbaran Israeli Cinema; Shohat ivan the terrible; Neuberger

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Jazz as Visual Language Jews, Nazis and the Cinema of Hungary Joss Whedon, A Creative Portrait; Lavery Journalism and PR Journalism and the NSA Revelation Journalism in an Age of Terror Junk; Whiteley

K

Kidnapping of Journalists, The Kira Muratova; Taubman Korda; Drazin Kristeva Reframed; Barrett

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la Grande Illusion; O’Shaughnessy La Haine; Vincendeau Land Matters; Wells la Règle du Jeu; Reader La Reine Margot; Pidduck Latin American Women Filmmakers Laughter in Occupied Palestine Lebanese Cinema; Khatib Le Corbeau; Mayne Le Jour se Lève; McCann Les Diaboliques; Hayward Let 100 Voices Speak: Carter Licence to Thrill; Chapman Light and Photomedia; McKenzie Little Madnesses; Kuhn little vera; Beardow LIVE FLESH; Fouz-Hernández & Martinez-Expósito Live From the Moon; Allen Living with Star Trek; Geraghty Local Journalism Lorca, Buñuel, Dalí; Edwards Love and Monsters; Booy Loving The L Word; Heller Lynda Benglis: Richmond Lyotard Reframed; Jones

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Mad Men; Edgerton Mainstreaming Sex; Attwood Makeover Television; Heller Makhmalbaf at Large Mamma Mia! The Movie; Fitzgerald & Williams Man Who Got Carter, The; Spicer & McKenna Man with the Movie Camera, The; Roberts Mass Photography: Pollen Material Inventions; Barrett & Bolt Media and Public Shaming Media Power and Global Television News Media, Revolution and Politics in Egypt mirror; Symessios Modest Fashion; Lewis Molla Nasreddin Monochrome: Staff Monstrosity; Wright Music in Cult TV Muslims and the News Media; Poole & Richardson Mysterious Skin; Fouz-Hernández

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Naked Exhibitionism; Nally & Smith Narrating Conflict in the Middle East; Matar & Harb New Arab Journalist, The; Pintak New Argentine Cinema; Andermann New Brazilian Cinema New Dimensions of Doctor Who; Hills New Directions in German Cinema New Jew in Film New Scottish Cinema: Murray News Media At War, The New Turkish Cinema; Suner Niche Fashion Magazines night to remember, A; Richards Nikita; Hayward NIP/TUCK; Kaveney & Stoy

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Observant States; MacDonald et al Occidentalism in Iran: Bakhshandeh Old Mistresses; Parker & Pollock Once Upon a Time in the Italian West On the Button; Edwards Other Cinemas Outer Limits; Hughes

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Pain in the Arts; Tusa Palestine Online; Aouragh Participation in Art and Architecture: Stierli & Widrich Passionate Being; Lomax Past and Present; Chapman Paulo Emílio Salles Gomes Performing Authorship; Sayad

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Performing Femininity performing the east; Bryzgel Photobook, The; Di Bello et al Photography and Cyprus; Wells et al Photography and Surrealism; Bate Picturing Place; Schwartz & Ryan Poetic Biopolitics Poetics and Place; Kreider Political Animals: Mayer Political Journalism in Transition Popular Egyptian Cinema; Shafik Popular Italian Cinema; Brizio-Skov Postcolonial Approaches to Eastern European Cinema Powell and Pressburger; Moor practical aesthetics; Bennett Practice as Research; Barrett & Bolt Private life of Henry VIII, The; Walker Private Pictures; Struk Producing Projecting Empire; Chapman & Cull Projecting tomorrow; Chapman & Cull PROPAGANDA AND THE GERMAN CINEMA; Welch

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Quality Hollywood: King Quality TV; McCabe & Akass Queer Cinema of Derek Jarman, The; Richardson Queer Horror Film and Television Queering Post-Black Art: Murray Queer Masculinities in Latin American Cinema; Subero Queer Politics of Television, The; Chamber Queer Sexualities in Early Film

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Racism, Ethnicity and the Media in Africa: Mano Radical Frontiers in the Spaghetti Western; Fisher reading ‘24’; Peacock Reading ‘Angel’; Abbott Reading Art, reading Irigaray; Robinson Reading Asian Television Drama; Kim Reading ‘CSI’; Allen Reading ‘Deadwood’; Lavery Reading ‘Desperate Housewives’; McCabe & Akass Reading Little Britain; Lockyer Reading ‘Lost’; Pearson Reading ‘Sex and the City’; Akass & McCabe Reading ‘Six Feet Under’; Akass & McCabe Reading ‘Stargate SG-1’; Beeler & Dickson Reading ‘The L Word’; Akass & McCabe Reading ‘The Sopranos’; Lavery Reading the Vampire Slayer; Kaveney Realism in Greek Cinema Realism of the Senses in World Cinema; de Luca Rebuilding Babel Renegotiating the Body; Battista Renewing Feminisms; Thornham & Weissmann repentance; Youngblood & Woll Reporting of Genocide, The Reporting the Middle East Rethinking Orientalism; Lewis Retrofitting the City: Bouzarovski Re-viewing Television History; Wheatley Rififi; Phillips Right to Forget, The ROMAN POLANSKI; Mazierska Roots and Culture Russian Americans in Soviet Film: Levitina Russia on Reels; Beumers

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Sabotage Art Sacred and the Feminine, The; Pollock & Turvey-Sauron Saints and Avengers; Chapman SATYAJIT RAY: THE INNER EYE; Robinson Savage Junctures; Nesbet Screening Soviet Nationalities Screening the Undead; Hunt et al Screening Twilight; Clayton & Harman Screenwriting Seeing from Above; Dorrian & Pousin Sex and Storytelling in Modern Cinema: Coleman Singular Cinema of Abbas Kiarostami, The Site-Writing; Rendell Socially Engaged Art after Socialism Sofia Coppola Soldiers and Suffragettes: Sparham Sound

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Sounding the Event; Lomax Soviet Cinema; Miller Space and Time in Artistic Practice and Aesthetics Spaghetti Westerns; Frayling Spanish Fantastic, The Spectacular Television Sportswomen in Cinema: Chare Stagecoach to Tombstone; Hughes Stars in World Cinema Stop the Clocks!; Powell Storm over asia; Sargeant Street Photography; Scott Subversive Stitch, The; Parker Superheroes!; Kaveney Surrealism in Egypt

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Tainted Love Talking Dance: Contemporary Histories... Sea TARDISbound; Britton Tattoo: Lodder Technovisuality: Grace et al. Teen Dreams; Kaveney Terrorist Transgressions; Malvern & Koureas THEORIZING WORLD CINEMA; Nagib et al Thinking Through Fashion third wave feminism and television; Johnson This is Not Art; Jelinek Time on TV Time to Play; Zimna Tomb Raiders and Space Invaders; King & Krzywinska Tom Cruise: O’Donnell Torchwood Declassified; Williams Touching and Imagining; Svankmajer TOWARDS A THEORY OF MONTAGE; Eisenstein Transformations in Egyptian Journalism Transnational Television in Europe; Chalaby Transnational Television worldwide; Chalaby Triumph of a Time Lord; Hills True Blood; Cherry TV Critics and Popular Culture; Rixon TV Detective: Piper TV FAQ; Ellis TV Horror; Jowett & Abbott TV’s Betty Goes Global; McCabe & Akass TV Studio Production Handbook Twenty Years of MAKE Magazine: Walsh & Throp

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UFO RELigion; Reece Ugliness: Pop & Widrich Ukrainian Cinema: First un chien andalou; Adamowicz Understanding Architecture; Bussagli Unica Zürn Unknown 1930s, The; Richards

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Violence of the Image, The; Kennedy & Patrick Visionary Kierkegaard, The Visions of the Human: Slevin Visualising a Sacred City Visualizing Feeling; Best Visual Politics of Psychoanalysis; Pollock Vsevolod Pudovkin; Sargeant

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Waltons, The; Chopra-Gant Waltzing with Bashir; Morag watching the world change; Friend Weird Science and Bizarre Beliefs; Reece When Eagles Dared; Hughes Whisky Galore! & the Maggie; McArthur Who is Who?; Decker Why Buffy Matters; Wilcox Winter is Coming Withnail and Us; Smith Women and Cultural Citizenship in Turkey: Sanli Women and Journalism Women and Media in the Middle East; Sakr Writing on the Image: Dorrian WRITINGS 1922-1934; Eisenstein WRITINGS 1934-1947; Eisenstein Writing the Image; Lomax

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