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Performing Arts 10 Applied Theatre 10 Theatrical Reality 11 Locating the Audience 11 Irish Drama in Poland 12 Theatre for Children in Hospital 12 On Repetition 13 JARMAN 14 Research-based Theatre 14 Mindful Movement 15 Theatre, Time and Temporality 16 Into the Story 2 16 It’s All Allowed 17 The Lived Experience of Improvisation 18 Memory, Space, Sound 18 Performing Arts Backlist 19 Film Studies Kurt Kren The Multisensory Film Experience Cartomancy and Tarot in Film Beijing Film Academy Yearbook Sam Peckinpah World Film Locations: Cleveland Directory of World Cinema: American Independent 2 Directory of World Cinema: Argentina 2 Twin Peaks The Swedish Porn Scene Activist Film Festivals Gay Men at the Movies International Horror Film Directors Film Studies Backlist

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Cultural & Media Studies Consumer Culture Entering Transmasculinity Montréal Chic Polish Media Art in an Expanded Field Crime Uncovered: Private Investigator Connecting Metal to Culture Cotton Englishness, Pop and Post-War Britain Street Fashion Moscow Seamlessness Fan Phenomena: The Twilight Saga Broadcasting and National Imagination in Post-Communist Latvia Journalism Re-examined Kiosk Literature of Silver Age Spain New Patterns in Global Television Formats Taking up McLuhan’s Cause Traces of the Future Confronting Technopoly Cultural & Media Studies Backlist

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Visual Arts Fashion Cities Africa Spellbound Precarious Spaces Activating Democracy Life at the End of Life Drawing in the Design Process Islamic Architecture on the Move On Stage Visual Arts Backlist

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“As I and many colleagues can attest to, Intellect cares about creating books of substance through supportive relationships with its authors and editors. Intellect’s mission to ‘represent[…] the author’s voice authentically, without imposition of personal ideas or opinions’ was at the heart of every interaction I had with them – from proposal submission to final copy-editing. The goal was never to get the book simply done, but to get it right. I had an excellent experience with Intellect and look forward to working with them again on another project soon.” Peter Duffy, Editor of A Reflective Practitioner’s Guide to (Mis) Adventures in Drama Education – or – What Was I Thinking?

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Intellect JOURNALS Some of you may not be aware that Intellect has an extensive catalogue of over 90 journals. These range from our new journals that focus on drawing to food design to some of our more established journals covering gaming, painting, architecture, comics and much more. Visit our website to access a free issue from each journal, contribute an article, subscribe or to explore the wide and diverse array of back issues. New 2016 titles Drawing: Research, Theory & Practice, International Journal of Food Design, Studies in Costume & Performance, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies and Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture. New 2017 titles Indian Theatre Journal, Journal of Popular Music Education & Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration. If you have any questions or to request a journals catalogue please get in touch with nicola@intellectbooks.com | www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals

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New series

KINOSPUTNIK Book series Series editors: Birgit Beumers & Richard Taylor

“As interest in Russian film grows, and more and more important Russian and Soviet films become available with English subtitles, so the demand for intelligent and informative writing about them increases. In this context KinoSputnik, Intellect’s new series of incisive, original and accessible guides to key landmarks of Russian film history, written by leading scholars in the field, is greatly to be welcomed.” Julian Graffy, Professor Emeritus from UCL and a leading expert on Russian cinema The KinoSputnik series provides concise companion guides to the most important and interesting films to emerge from Russian cinema from its inception to the present day. While based on sound scholarship, the books are written in a clear and accessible style, with each volume sharing a broadly common structure. Illustrated and at an attractive price, the volumes are aimed primarily at undergraduate and postgraduate students and an interested and intelligent general readership. Each installment contains production details, a brief plot synopsis, analyses of the films both in terms of content and context, and an analysis of how they were received.

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Each book is the first companion to these films

Appeals to individuals and academics interested in film production, the Soviet Union and Russian directors

Uses an academic method but in an accessible, readerfriendly fashion


The Commissar By Marat Grinberg

ISBN: 978-1-78320-706-0 25 Illustrations 88 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

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Aleksandr Askoldov

Filmed in 1966 and ’67, but kept from release for twenty years, The Commissar is unquestionably one of the most important and compelling films of the Soviet era. Based on a short story by Vasily Grossman, this book is the first companion to the film, recounting the film’s plot and turbulent production history whilst offering a close analysis of the artistic vision of director, Aleksandr Askoldov. The result is an indispensible companion to an unforgettable film. Marat Grinberg is associate professor of Russian and humanities at Reed College in Port­land, Oregon.

Aleksandr Sokurov Russian Ark By Birgit Beumers

ISBN: 978-1-78320-703-9 25 Illustrations 80 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Birgit Beumers is professor of film studies at the University of Aberystwyth, Wales. She is editor of the journals KinoKultura and Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema.

Sergei Paradjanov Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors By Joshua First

ISBN: 978-1-78320-709-1 80 Illustrations 112 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Paradjanov’s Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1965) is a landmark of Soviet-era cinema because of its emphasis on folklore and mysticism in Carpathian Hutsul culture, which broke with Soviet-realism. This book, as the first full-length companion to the film, offers readers a close analysis of the film’s symbolism, a plot synopsis, a history of the legendary production process. It closes with an account of the film’s reception by critics, audiences and Soviet officials, and the controversies that have kept it a subject of heated debate for decades. Joshua First is the Croft Associate Professor of history and international studies at the Croft Institute for International Studies at the University of Mississippi.

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Russian Ark (2002) drew astonished praise for its technique: shot with a Steadicam in one 96 minute take, following the Marquis de Custine as he wandered through the vast Winter Palace – and through three 300 years of Russian history. Providing a comprehensive synopsis, in-depth analysis and an account of the production history, Beumers offers an insight into the now-legendary work of Aleksandr Sokurov.


New series

Mediated cities Book series “The Mediated Cities book series has been developed in conjunction with AMPS as part of its international programme of academic conferences and events of the same name. Consequently, these books capture a fascinating array of ideas from across the world on the relationship between new technologies and medias and the cities in which we live, whether they be London, LA and New York, or Bogota, Guadalajara or Banja Luka.” Graham Cairns, Series Editor The Mediated Cities series explores the contemporary city as a hybrid phenomenon of digital technologies, new media, digital art practices and physical infrastructure. It is an inherently interdisciplinary series around intersecting issues related to the city of today and tomorrow. As Marshall McLuhan identified in 1964, today’s global village is a place of simultaneous experience; a site for overlapping material and electronic effects; a place not so much altered by the content of a medium, but rather, a space transformed by the very nature of medias themselves. For some, this is little more than the inevitable evolution of urban space in the digital age. For others, it represents the city’s liberation from the condition of stasis. For scaremongers, it’s a nightmare scenario in which the difference between the virtual and the real, the electronic and the material, the recorded and the lived, becomes impossible to identify. •

An in-depth investigation into the influence of the digital matrix on our contemporary urban cities

Edited and written by professionals in architecture, media, design, film, performance and art

This series will appeal to students, professionals and anyone interested in the digitalization of our urban surroundings


New Technologies and Physical Spaces Edited by Glenda Amayo Caldwell, Carl H. Smith and Edward M. Clift

ISBN: 978-1-78320-560-8 75 Illustrations 280 pp | £32/$46 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

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Digital Futures and the City of Today

In the contemporary city, the physical infrastructure and sensorial experience of two millennia are now interwoven within an invisible digital matrix. This matrix alters human perceptions of the city, informs behaviour and influences the urban designs we inhabit. Cutting through these issues, Digital Futures and the City of Today analyses the work of architects, designers, media specialists and community activists laying out a multi-faceted view of the integrated phenomenon on the contemporary city. Glenda Amayo Caldwell is a researcher in the Urban Informatics Research Lab and a lecturer in architecture at the School of Design, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Carl H. Smith is director of the Learning Technology Research Institute and a senior lecturer at Ravensbourne, London. Edward M. Clift is president of Brooks Institute in Ventura, California.

Filming the City Urban Documents, Design Practices and Social Criticism Through the Lens Edited by Edward M. Clift, Mirko Guaralda and Ari Mattes

Edward M. Clift is president of Brooks Institute in Ventura, California. Mirko Guaralda is a senior lecturer in architecture at the Queensland University of Technology. Ari Mattes is a lecturer in media studies at the University of Notre Dame, Australia.

Imaging the City Art, Creative Practices and Media Speculations Edited by Steve Hawley, Edward M. Clift and Kevin O’Brien

ISBN: 978-1-78320-557-8 75 Illustrations 296 pp | £32/$46 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Bringing together the work of designers, artists, dancers and media specialists Imaging the City investigates how we perceive the city, how we imagine it, how we experience it and how we might better design it. Provocatively opening up the field of urban analysis and thought to the perspectives of creative professionals Imaging the City offers insight for engaging with – and forecasting the future of – our cities. Steve Hawley is professor and associate dean for research at the Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University. Edward M. Clift is president of Brooks Institute in Ventura, California. Kevin O’Brien is an architect and professor of design at Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-554-7 75 Illustrations 196 pp | £32/$46 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Filming the City brings together the work of film-makers, architects, designers, video artists, and media specialists to provide three distinct prisms through which to examine the medium of film in the context of the city. Presenting readers with commentaries on particular films and their social and urban relevance, offering contemporary criticisms of both film and urbanism from conflicting perspectives, the editors offer a new approach to understanding the complex, multi-layered interaction of urban design.


Applied Theatre International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice – Second Edition Edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton

ISBN: 978-1-78320-625-4 296 pp | £30/$43 Paperback | Spring 2016 174 x 230mm eBook available Monica Prendergast is associate professor of drama education at the University of Victoria. Juliana Saxton is professor emerita in the Department of Theatre at the University of Victoria and the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Alliance for Theatre and Education.

Six years after its initial publication, Applied Theatre returns with a second edition. As the first book to survey the field, it offers practitioners and students critical frameworks for implementing their own community-based theatre projects. In serving as a vital addition to this area of growing international interest, it received the 2010 Distinguished Book Award from the American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Editors Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton have updated the book to reflect shifts in practice over the interim half decade in the world of applied theatre. This second edition of Applied Theatre has been revised throughout and includes two new chapters and seventeen new case studies. It will encourage students and practitioners to acquire a deeper, more concrete understanding of the field and its best practice.


Space, Embodiment and Empathy in Performance By Campbell Edinborough

ISBN: 978-1-78320-586-8 10 Illustrations 170 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Performance, dramaturgy, and scenography are often explored in isolation, but in Theatrical Reality, Campbell Edinborough describes their connectedness in order to investigate how the experience of reality is constructed and understood during performance. Drawing on sociological theory, cognitive psychology, and embodiment studies, Edinborough analyses our seemingly paradoxical understanding of theatrical reality, guided by the contexts shaping relationships between performer, spectator, and performance space. Through a range of examples from theatre, dance, circus, and film, Theatrical Reality examines how the liminal spaces of performance foster specific ways of conceptualizing time, place, and reality.

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Theatrical Reality

Campbell Edinborough is a theatre maker and lecturer in drama and theatre practice at the University of Hull.

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How People Found Value in National Theatre Wales By Kirsty Sedgman With a foreword by John E. McGrath

ISBN: 978-1-78320-571-4 226 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Kirsty Sedgman is a researcher and founder of the Performing Audience Research Network.

How do audiences experience live performances? What is gained when a national theatre is born? These questions and more are the subject of Locating the Audience, the first in-depth study of how people form relationships with a new theatre company. Investigating the inaugural season of National Theatre Wales, Kirsty Sedgman explores how different people felt about the way their communities were ‘engaged’ and their places ‘performed’ by the theatre’s productions. Mapping the complex interplay between audience experience and identity, the book presents a significant contribution to our contemporary project of defining cultural value. Rather than understanding value as an end point, ‘impact’, Sedgman makes the provocative claim that cultural value can better be understood as a process.

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Irish Drama in Poland Staging and Reception, 1990 – 2000 By Barry Keane With a foreword by Michael Cronin

ISBN: 978-1-78320-608-7 7 Illustrations 200 pp | £65/$93 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Barry Keane is adjunct professor of translation and comparative studies at the University of Warsaw and associate professor of translation and comparative studies at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw.

Irish Drama in Poland is the first book to broadly assess Irish drama’s impact on both Poland’s theatrical world and its cultural and literary heritage in the twentieth century. With a wide-ranging analysis, from Yeats, Synge, O’Casey, and Behan, to Wilde, Shaw, and Beckett, this engaging study explores the translation, production, and reception of Irish plays in Poland. Barry Keane presents readers with the historical and literary context for each production, allowing readers to understand the many ways Irish theatre has informed Poland’s theatrical and literary heritage. With a foreword by Michael Cronin, Irish Drama in Poland allows readers a more informed understanding of European culture and identity.

Theatre for Children in Hospital The Gift of Compassion By Persephone Sextou

ISBN: 978-1-78320-645-2 205 pp | £40/$57 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Persephone Sextou is a reader in applied theatre and research director of the Community and Applied Drama Laboratory (CADLab) at Newman University, Birmingham, UK.

Recent decades have seen a new appre­ciation develop for applied theatre and the role of arts-based activities in healthcare. This book looks specifi­cally at the place of theatre for children who are hospitalized, showing how powerfully it can enhance their social and mental well-being. Child-led per­formances, for example, can be used as a technique to distract young patients from hospitalization, prepare them for painful procedures, and teach them calming techniques to control their own pre- or post-operative stress. Perse­phone Sextou details the key theoreti­cal contexts and practical features of theatre for children, in the process offering motivation, guidance and in­ spiration for practitioners who want to incorporate performance into their treatment regimen.


On Repetition Writing, Performance & Art Edited by Eirini Kartsaki

ISBN: 978-1-78320-577-6 15 colour Illustrations 238 pp | £75/$107 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Eirini Kartsaki is a teaching fellow in drama and performance studies at Queen Mary University of London.

On Repetition aims to unpack the different uses and functions of repetition within contemporary performance, dance practices, craft and writing. The collection, edited by Eirini Kartsaki, explores repetition in relation to intimacy, laughter, technology, familiarity and fear – proposing a new vocabulary for understanding what is at stake in works that repeat. Drawing on psychoanalysis, philosophy, linguistics, sociology and performance studies – and employing case studies from a range of practices – the essays presented here combine to form a unique interdisciplinary exploration of the functions of repetition in contemporary culture. “This is a book full of fascinations. And also of passions, pleasures, novelties, dissatisfactions and griefs. It is a book about the efforts we make to enact and to understand, to educate and politicise, about how to value that which is perpetually arriving, doing and undoing itself; and also how to say goodbye.” Joe Kelleher, Professor of Theatre and Performance, University of Roehampton


JARMAN (all this maddening beauty) and other plays By Caridad Svich

ISBN: 978-1-78320-622-3 9 Illustrations 212 pp | £40/$57 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Playtext series Caridad Svich is a playwright, songwriter and translator.

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty) and other plays is a collection of three radically poetic works for live performance by OBIE award– winning playwright Caridad Svich. The playtexts include a lyrical meditation on the legacy of iconic queer artist Derek Jarman, a meditation on displacement and human suffering (Carthage/ Cartagena), and an intimately operatic reflection on Penelope and Odysseus (The Orphan Sea). Accompanied by scholarly essays placing the plays in context, this book showcases the beautiful strangeness and profound resistance in Svich’s work. “JARMAN (all this maddening beauty) and other plays is a sensuous meditation on memory and the transgressive imagination – a poetic encounter fired by the rage and beauty of queerness.” Chris Megson, Royal Holloway, University of London

Research-based Theatre An Artistic Methodology Edited by George Belliveau and Graham W. Lea

ISBN: 978-1-78320-676-6 11 Illustrations 200 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm

eBook available George Belliveau is professor of drama education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Graham W. Lea is assistant professor of theatre education at Nanyang Technologi­cal University, Singapore.

Research-based Theatre aims to present research in a way that is compelling and captivating, connecting with viewers on imaginative and intellectual levels at the same time. Research-Based Theatre brings together scholars and practitioners of research based theatre to construct a theoretical analysis of the field and offer critical reflections on how the methodology can now be applied. The book shares twelve examples of contemporary research-based theatre scripts and commentaries from an international group of artists and researchers, selected with an eye toward representing different approaches that come from a variety of disciplinary areas.


The Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious Action By Martha Eddy

Performing Arts

Mindful Movement

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Martha Eddy is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist, Teacher of BodyMind Centering and Certified Movement Analyst with a doctorate in movement science, on the faculty at Empire State College, SUNY, and Princeton University. She is the founder of the non-profit organization Moving for Life as well as the somatic movement therapy training Dynamic Embodiment.

In Mindful Movement, exercise physiologist, somatic therapist, dance educator and advocate Martha Eddy uses original interviews, case studies and practice-led research to define the origins of a new holistic field – somatic movement education and therapy­– and its impact on fitness, ecology, politics, health, education and performance. The book reveals the role dance has played in informing and inspiring the historical and cultural narrative of somatic arts – approaches to consciousness based in the awareness of the soma – the living body. Providing an overview of the antecedents and recent advances in somatic study and with contributions by diverse experts, Eddy highlights the role of Asian movement, the European physical culture movement as well as the language of neuroscience and their relationship to the performing arts, and female perspectives in developing somatic movement, somatic dance, social somatics, somatic fitness, somatic dance and spirituality, and ecosomatics. Mindful Movement unpacks and helps to popularize awareness of both the body and the mind.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-583-7 25 Illustrations 370 pp | £40/$57 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


Theatre, Time and Temporality Melting Clocks and Snapped Elastics By David Ian Rabey

ISBN: 978-1-78320-721-3 280 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Theatre & Consciousness series

Theatre, Time and Temporality is the first book-length exploration of the subject of temporality within theatre and per­formance. David Ian Rabey brings in sources ranging from medieval and Renaissance theatre to contemporary performances – in addition to recent writings from physics, philosophy, and psychology – to analyse ways that time can be presented, communicated and transformed in the theatre. How do we experience time in theatre, and how can that experience be altered or manipulated? Rabey’s analysis and ex­ploration will spark discussion among students and scholars of drama, as well as among practising performers and dramatic writers.

David Ian Rabey is professor of drama and theatre studies at Aberystwyth University.

Into the Story 2 More Stories! More Drama! By Carole Miller and Juliana Saxton

ISBN: 978-1-78320-574-5 250 pp | £30/$43 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series Carole Miller is professor emeritus in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the Faculty of Education, University of Victoria. Juliana Saxton is professor emeritus in the Department of Theatre at the University of Victoria and the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Alliance for Theatre and Education.

Into the Story 2 presents a well-argued approach to the value of story drama structures, including ten examples of the structures themselves. Based on different picture books, the structures are clearly outlined with detailed lesson plans – complete with a rationale for story choice, key understandings and questions, extension activities, and other resources and materials needed for each drama. The collection includes Margaret Wild’s Woolvs in the Sitee, Irene Watts’s The Fish Princess, and Maribeth Boelts’ Those Shoes. Each structure has been piloted and tested for five years with both students and teachers from across the globe. Providing a strong pedagogical foundation, Into the Story 2 will become an invaluable resource.


The Performances of Adrian Howells Edited by Deirdre Heddon and Dominic Johnson

Performing Arts

It’s All Allowed

CO-PUBLISHED WITH THE LIVE ART DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

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Deirdre Heddon is professor of contemporary performance practice at the University of Glasgow and the author of numerous books, including Autobiography and Performance. Dominic Johnson is a senior lecturer in the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University of London and the editor of Pleading in the Blood: The Art and Performances of Ron Athey, also published by Intellect.

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Adrian Howells (1962–2014) was one of the world’s leading figures in the field of one-to-one performance practice – the act of staging an event for one audience participant at a time. Developed over more than a decade, Howells’s award-winning work demonstrated not only his enduring commitment to this genre of performance, but also his determination to find new challenges and innovations in performance art, ‘intimate theatre,’ and socially engaged art. It’s All Allowed, edited by Deirdre Heddon and Dominic Johnson, is the first book devoted to Howells’s remarkable achievements and legacy. Contributors here testify to the methodological, thematic and historiographical challenges posed by Howells’ performances. Citing his permissive mantra as its title, It’s All Allowed includes new writing from leading scholars and artists, as well as writing by Howells himself, an extensive interview, scores, and visual materials, which together offer new insights into Howells’s ground-breaking process.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-589-9 160 Illustrations 336 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Spring 2016 175 x 230mm eBook available


The Lived Experience of Improvisation In music, learning and life By Simon Rose

ISBN: 978-1-78320-673-5 261 pp | £35/$50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Simon Rose is a musician, researcher, and writer who is currently based in Berlin.

Improvisation is crucial to a wide range of artistic activities – most prominently, perhaps, in music, but extending to other fields of experience such as lit­erature and pedagogy. Yet it gets short shrift in both appreciation and analysis of art within education. This is in no small part due to our tendency to view the world in fixed categories and struc­tures that belie our ability to generate creative, ground-breaking responses within and between those structures. The Lived Experience of Improvisation draws on an analysis of interviews with highly regarded improvisers, including Roscoe Mitchell, Pauline Oliveros and George Lewis. Simon Rose also exploits his own experience as a musician and teacher, making a compelling case for bringing back improvisation from the margins. He argues that improvisation is a pervasive aspect of being human and that it should be at the heart of our teaching and understanding of the world.

Memory, Space, Sound Edited by Johannes Brusila, Bruce Johnson and John Richardson

ISBN: 978-1-78320-602-5 26 Illustrations 230 pp | £49/$70 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Johannes Brusila is professor of musicology at Åbo Akademi University in Turku, Finland. Bruce Johnson is adjunct professor of communications at the University of Technology, Sydney. John Richardson is professor and chair of musicology at the University of Turku.

Memory, Space, Sound presents a collection of essays from scholars in a range of disciplines that together explore the social, spatial, and temporal contexts that shape different forms of music and sonic practice. The contributors deploy different theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches from musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music studies, cultural history, media studies, and cultural studies as they analyse an array of examples, including live performances, music festivals, audiovisual material, and much more.


Applied Drama: A Facilitator’s Handbook for Working in Community By Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton ISBN 978-1-84150-740-8 | 241pp £23.50, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Art of Nick Cave, The: New Critical Essays Edited by John H. Baker ISBN 978-1-84150-627-2 | 220pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

AATE Book Prize

Applied Theatre: International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice Edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton ISBN 978-1-84150-281-6 | 224pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Audience Experience, The: A Critical Analysis of Audiences in the Performing Arts Edited by Jennifer Radbourne, Hilary Glow, and Katya Johanson ISBN 978-1-84150-713-2 | 184pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Brian Ferneyhough By Lois Fitch ISBN 978-1-78320-018-4 | 275pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Critical Guides to Contemporary Composers series

Bringing Down the House: The Crisis in Britain’s Regional Theatres By Olivia Turnbull

Art as Research: Opportunities and Challenges Edited by Shaun McNiff ISBN 978-1-78320-001-6 | 145pp £13, $18.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

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AATE Book Prize

Beyond the Dance Floor: Female DJs, Technology and Electronic Dance Music Culture By Rebekah Farrugia ISBN 978-1-84150-566-4 | 130pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Carnival Texts: Three Plays for Ensemble Performance By James MacDonald

ISBN 978-1-84150-208-3 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-416-2 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Clown Through Mask: The Pioneering Work of Richard Pochinko as Practiced by Sue Morrison By Veronica Coburn and Sue Morrison

Composed Theatre: Aesthetics, Practices, Processes Edited by Matthias Rebstock and David Roesner

ISBN 978-1-84150-574-9 | 292pp £55, $78.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-016-0 | 367pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Dancing Across the Page: Narrative and Embodied Ways of Knowing By Karen Barbour

Dance, Somatics & Spiritualities Edited by Amanda Williamson, Glenna Batson, Sarah Whatley and Rebecca Weber

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ISBN 978-1-84150-319-6 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Contemporary Theatre in Education By Roger Wooster ISBN 978-1-84150-170-3 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-421-6 | 208pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directors & Designers Edited by Christine A. White

Directors: From Stage to Screen and Back Again By Susan Beth Lehman

ISBN 978-1-84150-289-2 | 208pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-490-2 | 150pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-178-5 | 524 pp £50, $71 | HB | 2014 eBook available

Disaster Capitalism; or Money Can’t Buy You Love: Three Plays by Rick Mitchell By Rick Mitchell ISBN 978-1-84150-430-8 | 176pp £15, $21.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

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Christoph Schlingensief: Art without Borders Edited by Tara Forrest and Anna Teresa Scheer


Double Exposures: Performance as Photography, Photography as Performance By Manuel Vason

Dramaturging Personal Narratives : Who am I and Where is Here? Judith Rudakoff

Gavin Bolton’s Contextual Drama: The Road Less Travelled By Margaret R. Burke

ISBN 978-1-78320-419-9 | 320pp £37, $53 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-003-0 | 350pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

Holistic Shakespeare: An Experiential Learning Approach By Debra Charlton

Howard Barker Interviews 1980–2010: Conversations in Catastrophe Edited by Mark Brown

Invisible Country: Four Polish Plays Edited and translated by Teresa Murjas

ISBN 978-1-84150-471-1 | 111pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-398-1 | 218pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-414-8 | 200pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Integrative Alexander Technique Practice for Performing Artists: Onstage Synergy By Catherine Madden

Italian Women’s Theatre, 1930–1960: An Anthology of Plays By Daniela Cavallaro

ISBN 978-1-78320-409-0 | 200pp £24.95, $36 | HB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-218-8 | 400pp £35, $50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Journey of Art and Conflict: Weaving Indra’s Net, A By David Oddie ISBN 978-1-78320-500-4 | 272pp £27, $40 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-555-8 | 393pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Justitia: Multidisciplinary Readings of the Work of the Jasmin Vardimon Company Edited by Paul Johnson, Sylwia Dobkowska and Jasmin Vardimon ISBN 978-1-78320-528-8 | 150pp £60, $86 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Ivar Kreuger and Jeanne de la Motte: Two Plays by Jerzy W. Tepa Edited and translated by Barbara Tepa Lupack ISBN 978-1-78320-430-4 | 178pp £45, $64 | PB | 2015 Part of the Playtext series

Lovefuries: The Contracting Sea; The Hanging Judge; Bite or Suck By David Ian Rabey ISBN 978-1-84150-184-0 | 96pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Magnet Theatre: Three Decades of Making Space Edited by Megan Lewis and Anton Krueger

Martha Graham: Gender & the Haunting of a Dance Pioneer By Victoria Thoms

Meyerhold and the Cubists: Perspectives on Painting and Performance By Amy Skinner

ISBN 978-1-78320-537-0 | 300pp £31.50, $45 | PB | 2016 eBook available Co-publication with UNISA Press

ISBN 978-1-84150-508-4 | 200pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-191-4 | 190pp £60, $86 | HB | 2015 eBook available

Modes of Spectating Edited by Alison Oddey and Christine A. White

Octave Mirbeau: Two Plays: Business is Business and Charity By Richard J. Hand

ISBN 978-1-84150-239-7 | 266pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-486-5 | 194pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Only Way Home is Through the Show, (The): Performance Work of Lois Weaver Edited by Jen Harvie and Lois Weaver ISBN 978-1-78320-534-9 | 248pp £24.50, $35 | PB | 2015 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-78320-428-1 | 288pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Performing Dark Arts: A Cultural History of Conjuring By Michael Mangan

Performing Violence: Literary and Theatrical Experiments of New Russian Drama By Birgit Beumers and Mark Lipovetsky

ISBN 978-1-84150-149-9 | 280pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

Live Art Development Agency

ISBN 978-1-84150-269-4 | 240pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Live Art Development Agency

Pleading in the Blood: The Art and Performances of Ron Athey Edited by Dominic Johnson

Philadelphia Connection, The: Conversations with Playwrights By B. J. Burton

Philosophical Actor, The: A Practical Meditation for Practicing Theatre Artists By Donna Soto-Morettini

ISBN 978-1-78320-488-5 | 251pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-326-4 | 224pp £23, $33 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-427-4 | 216pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Intellect Live series

Practising the Real on the Contemporary Stage By José Antonio Sánchez Translated by Charlie Allwood

Red Sun and Merlin Unchained By David Rudkin

Reflective Practitioner’s Guide to (Mis)Adventures in Drama Education: – or – What was I Thinking? Edited by Peter Duffy

ISBN 978-1-78320-416-8 | 130pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available

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Refugee Performance: Practical Encounters Edited by Michael Balfour ISBN 978-1-84150-637-1 | 224pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-221-8 | 366pp £28, $40 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

Resetting the Stage: Public Theatre Between the Market and Democracy By Dragan Klaic ISBN 978-1-84150-547-3 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Serious Play: Modern Clown Performance By Louise Peacock ISBN 978-1-84150-241-0 | 224pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-473-1 | 290pp £30, $40| PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

Reverberations across Small-Scale British Theatre: Politics, Aesthetics and Forms Edited by Patrick Duggan and Victor I. Ukaegbu ISBN 978-1-78320-297-3 | 250pp £35, $50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Rehearsal, The: Pigeon Theatre’s Trilogy of Performance Works on Playing Dead Edited by Anna Fenemore ISBN 978-1-84150-556-5 | 112pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Serbian & Greek Art Music: A Patch to Western Music History Edited by Katy Romanou ISBN 978-1-84150-278-6 | 213pp £30, $43 | HB | 2009 eBook available

Sex on Stage: Gender and Sexuality in Post-War British Theatre By Andrew Wyllie

Shakespeare Valued: Education Policy and Pedagogy 1989–2009 By Sarah Olive

ISBN 978-1-84150-203-8 | 188pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-438-0 | 224pp £60, $86 | HB | 2015 eBook available

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Reflexive Teaching Artist (The): Collected Wisdom from the Drama/Theatre Field Edited by Kathryn Dawson and Daniel A. Kelin

ISBN 978-1-84150-427-8 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Performing Arts

Performance Art in Ireland : A History Edited by Áine Phillips


Signs of Change: New Directions in Theatre Education By Joan Lazarus ISBN 978-1-84150-629-6 | 352pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

ISBN 978-1-84150-615-9 | 200pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

Staging Ageing: Theatre, Performance, and the Narrative of Decline By Michael Mangan ISBN 978-1-78320-013-9 | 220pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Student Actor Prepares (The): Acting for Life By Gai Jones

Teaching Actors: Knowledge Transfer in Actor Training By Ross W. Prior

Temporary Stages II: Critically Oriented Drama Education By Jo Beth Gonzalez

ISBN 978-1-78320-190-7 | 467pp £33.50, $48 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

ISBN 978-1-84150-570-1 | 224pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-011-5 | 175pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

Theatre and Performance in Small Nations Edited by Steve Blandford ISBN 978-1-84150-646-3 | 180pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Theatre in Passing 2: Searching for New Amsterdam By Elena Siemens ISBN 978-1-84150-743-9 | 216pp £45, $64 | PB | 2015 eBook available

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Sonic Multiplicities: Hong Kong Pop and the Global Circulation of Sound and Image By Yiu Fai Chow and Jeroen de Kloet

Throwing the Body into the Fight: A Portrait of Raimund Hoghe Edited by Mary Kate Connolly ISBN 978-1-78320-034-4 | 140pp £15, $21.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Intellect Live series

Who’s Who in Research: Performing Arts ISBN 978-1-84150-494-0 | 400pp £90, $128.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

Theatre for Youth Third Space: Performance, Democracy, and Community Cultural Development By Stephani Etheridge Woodson

Theatre in Passing: A Moscow Photo-Diary By Elena Siemens ISBN 978-1-84150-374-5 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-531-8 | 249pp £35, $50 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Theatre in Education series

Trans(per)forming Nina Arsenault: An Unreasonable Body of Work Edited by Judith Rudakoff ISBN 978-1-84150-571-8 | 272pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Utopia: Three Plays for a Postdramatic Theatre By Claire MacDonald ISBN 978-1-78320-462-5 | 118pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Playtext series.

Trustus Plays, The By Jon Tuttle ISBN 978-1-84150-224-3 | 176pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available Part of the Playtext series

Walking, Writing and Performance: Autobiographical Texts by Deirdre Heddon, Carl Lavery and Phil Smith Edited by Roberta Mock ISBN 978-1-84150-155-0 | 184pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Wise Body, The: Conversations with Experienced Dancers Edited by Jacky Lansley and Fergus Early

Zapolska’s Women: Three Plays – Malka Szwarcenkopf, The Man and Miss Maliczewska Edited by Teresa Murjas

ISBN 978-1-84150-418-6 | 176pp £17, $24.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-236-6 | 192pp £20,$28.50 | PB| 2009 eBook available


Edited by Patrick Duggan

Playtext Series The Intellect Playtext series publishes innovative performance texts under three interrelated strands: new writing, performance writings and translations. The Playtext series makes available performance texts that are aesthetically and stylistically innovative as well as those that explore the socio-cultural and political contexts of their making.

JARMAN (all this maddening beauty) and other plays By Caridad Svich ISBN 978-1-78320-622-3 £40, $57 eBook available

Justitia: Multidisciplinary Readings of the Work of the Jasmin Vardimon Company Edited by Paul Johnson and Sylwia Dobkowska and Jasmin Vardimon ISBN 978-1-78320-528-8 £60,$86 eBook available

Utopia Three Plays for a Postdramatic Theatre By Claire MacDonald ISBN 978-1-78320-462-5 £35, $50 eBook available

Also in the series: Invisible Country, The Rehearsal, Ivar Kreuger and Jeanne de la Motte forthcoming in the series: Plays in Time: The Beekeeper’s Daughter, Prophecy, Another Life & Extreme Whether by Karen Malpede


Kurt Kren Structural Films Edited by Nicky Hamlyn, Simon Payne and A. L. Rees

ISBN: 978-1-78320-551-6 55 colour Illustrations 296 pp | £50/$71.50 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Nicky Hamlyn is a writer and film-maker based in the United Kingdom. He teaches at the University for the Creative Arts and the Royal College of Art in London and is the author of Film Art Phenomena. Simon Payne is a video artist, writer, and programmer. He is a senior lecturer in film and media studies at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. A. L. Rees (1949– 2014) was a critic, historian, and research tutor at the Royal College of Art, London.

Kurt Kren was a vital figure in Austrian avant-garde cinema of the post-war period. His structural films, often shot frame-by-frame following elaborately pre-scored charts and diagrams, have influenced film-makers for decades, even as Kren himself has remained a nomadic and obscure public figure. Kurt Kren: Structural Films, edited by Nicky Hamlyn, Simon Payne, and A. L. Rees, brings together interviews with Kren, film scores, and classic, out-of-print essays, alongside the reflections of contemporary academics and film-makers, to add muchneeded critical discussion of Kren’s legacy. Taken together, the collection challenges the canonical view of Kren that ignores his underground lineage and powerful, lyrical imagery.


A Cognitive Model of Experiential Film Aesthetics By Luis Rocha Antunes

Film Studies

The Multisensory Film Experience

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Luis Rocha Antunes is a doctoral candidate in film studies and aesthetics at the University of Kent and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

The light and sound of the motion picture, once perceived, are a gateway to a multisensory experience of the spectator. Moving beyond the oftdiscussed perceptual elements of vision and hearing, The Multisensory Film Experience analyses temperature, pain and balance in order to argue that it is the experience of film that’s inherently multisensory, not the medium. Luis Rocha Antunes here explores the work of well-loved filmmakers Erik Jensen, Gus Van Sant and Ki-Duk Kim to offer new insights into how viewers experience films and understand their stories. This is an original contribution to an emerging field of research and will become essential reading for film scholars.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-628-5 218 pp | ÂŁ30/$43 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


Cartomancy and Tarot in Film By Emily E. Auger

ISBN: 978-1-78320-331-4 400 pp | £80/$114 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

In the first book-length study of tarot cards on the silver screen, Emily E. Auger contextualizes cartomancy – the practice of fortune telling via playing cards – and dives deep into its invention and promulgation in film. After providing an introduction to divination and cartomancy, Auger offers detailed descriptions and analyses of the roles that cartomancy and tarot cards play in films. The book features a filmography including nearly two hundred films, detailing their relationships to cartomancy. As tarot communities continue to grow worldwide, Cartomancy and Tarot in Film will be of increasing interest to scholars of esoteric studies, film, folklore, playing cards, popular culture, and religion, as well as diviners the world over.

Emily E. Auger is the author of Tarot and Other Meditation Decks and Tech-Noir Film, as well as the editor of Tarot in Culture. She has taught art history in Canadian and American universities for more than twenty years.

Beijing Film Academy Yearbook 2015 Edited by the Journal of the Beijing film Academy

ISBN: 978-1-78320-605-6 220 pp | £80/$114 Hardback | Spring 2016 230 x 170mm eBook available The Journal of the Beijing Film Academy, founded in 1984, is edited by the Beijing Film Academy’s Department of Film Studies.

The Beijing Film Academy (BFA) is one of the most revered Film institutions in the world. Since 1984, the BFA’s Department of Film Studies has been publishing the Journal of the Beijing Film Academy, the only journal of film theory that integrates film education in higher learning with film theory studies. Now, coinciding with dramatically increased interest in Chinese cinema, comes the Beijing Film Academy Yearbook, showcasing the best academic debates, discussions, and research from the academy in 2015 – all available for the first time in English. Aimed at narrowing the cultural gap for cross-cultural research, the book contributes not only to scholarly work on Chinese cinema but also to film and media studies more generally.


Edited by Fernando Ganzo

ISBN: 978-1-78320-619-3 85 Illustrations 196 pp | £25/$36 Paperback | Spring 2016 240 x 140mm eBook available

Director Sam Peckinpah (1925 – 1984) never won an Oscar. His filmography is short and uneven, and his movies have never found a wide audience. Despite this, many film-makers today, including Tarantino and Scorsese, count him as a major influence. Sam Peckinpah, edited by Fernando Ganzo, investigates how this unique film-maker can have such an outsized legacy, exploring films as diverse as New Mexico and Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia, as well as Peckinpah’s television work. This lavishly illustrated volume will delight scholars and fans, as well as bringing the under-appreciated Peckinpah to new audiences in a new millennium.

Film Studies

Sam Peckinpah

Fernando Ganzo is co-editor-in-chief of the magazine Sofilm and founder of the journal Lumière. He is author of George Cukor: On/Off Hollywood.

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Edited by Alberto Zambenedetti The prototypical rust belt city, Cleveland has long served as an emblem of late twentieth-century urban decay. But recent decades have brought a cultural and economic renaissance – a revival that has been reflected and aided by the growing number of films being shot on location there.

ISBN: 978-1-78320-648-3 170 Illustrations 129 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 152 x 229mm eBook available Part of the World Film Locations Series Alberto Zambenedetti is visiting assistant professor of cinema studies and an Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Oberlin College. He is the editor of World Film Locations: Florence.

This new entry in the World Film Locations series offers the firstever extended look at Cleveland on screen. Richly illustrated with images from dozens of productions, it reveals Cleveland to be usefully chameleonic, appealing to some film-makers for its modern down­ town’s ability to mimic more prominent (and more expensive) cities, to others for the way its shuttered factories and decaying docks signify contemporary urban distress. With entries on such classics as The For­tune Cookie, The Deer Hunter, A Christmas Story and The Avengers, as well as lesser-known films, the volume reveals Cleveland to be a far more compelling, and far more varied, on-screen presence than even most film buffs would expect.

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Directory of World Cinema: American Independent 3 Edited by John Berra

ISBN: 978-1-78320-656-8 60 Illustrations 320 pp | £40, $57 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 240mm eBook available Part of the Directory of World Cinema Series

This third volume of the successful Directory of World Cinema series focusing on American independent film-making presents in-depth essays on 44 filmmakers who have primarily worked outside the mainstream or on its industrial margins. Contributors offer close analyses of the work of both widely acknowledged auteurs and little-known provocateurs who deserve much wider recognition. Major names discussed include Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch, Dennis Hopper, Sofia Coppola, and Darren Aronofsky, with attention also paid to cult directors like Larry Cohen, Zalman King, and Ti West. The resulting book is both a who’s who of contemporary independent cinema in America and a reminder that the ways of making films outside the studio system are incredibly varied – and can be powerfully effective.

John Berra is a lecturer in film and language studies at Renmin University of China.

Directory of World Cinema: Argentina 2 Edited by Beatriz Urraca and Gary M. Kramer

ISBN: 978-1-78320-662-9 70 Illustrations 282 pp | £40, $57 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 240mm eBook available Part of the Directory of World Cinema Series Beatriz Urraca is associate professor of Spanish at Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania. Gary M. Kramer is a freelance writer for Salon and Philadelphia Gay News.

This volume continues the exploration of contemporary Argentine cinema that began in the first book. It provides a close analysis of exciting new directors, including Marco Berger and Matías Piñeiro, transnational stars like Ricardo Darín, and trends such as films being made in the provinces. Contributors cover several of the country’s Oscar submissions, including Benjamín Ávila’s Clandestine Childhood, Lucía Puenzo’s The German Doctor, and Damián Szifron’s Wild Tales, which became a surprise global hit. Focusing primarily on films made since 2000, the book offers a rich mix of reviews, essays, analyses, and film stills, which together make it an invaluable companion to one of the most popular, diverse and successful film industries in Latin America.


Unwrapping the Plastic By Franck Boulègue

ISBN: 978-1-78320-659-9 121 Illustrations 196 pp | £30/$43 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available

Film Studies

Twin Peaks

Few contemporary television shows have been subjected to the critical scru­tiny that has been brought to bear on David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks since its debut in 1990. Yet the se­ries, and the subsequent film, Fire Walk With Me, are sufficiently rich that it’s always possible for a close analysis to offer something new – and that’s what Frank Boulègue has done with Twin Peaks: Unwrapping the Plastic. Through Boulègue’s eyes, we see for the first time the world of Twin Peaks as a coherent whole, one that draws on a wide range of cultural source material, including surrealism, transcendental meditation, Jungian psychoanalysis, mythology, fairy tales and much, much more. The work of a scholar who is also a fan, the book should appeal to any hardcore Twin Peaks viewer.

Franck Boulègue is a film critic for various research journals and co-editor of Fan Phenomena: Twin Peaks.

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Exhibition Contexts, 8mm Pornography and the Sex Film By Mariah Larsson

ISBN: 978-1-78320-682-7 6 Illustrations 175 pp | £32/$46 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Mariah Larsson has taught sexology at Malmö University and film studies at Stockholm University.

This book presents a close look at the golden age of Swedish pornography in the 1970s, with a specific focus on pornographic films screened in Malmö between 1971 and 1976. How, Mariah Larsson asks, was that one small city’s embrace of the era’s sexual liberation both representative and unique in relation to the rest of Sweden? Combining contemporary case studies with comprehensive analyses of advertisements, critical responses, and censorship records, Larsson deconstructs the complexities and paradoxes of the Swedish porn scene. Looking as closely at the exhibition spaces where porn was seen as at the productions themselves and their audiences, Larsson reveals the conditions and social changes that allowed pornography in Sweden to flourish in the period. “This careful analysis will have significant resonance across the western world. It also provides a much needed historical background to recent and likely future changes in Swedish policy around commercial sex.” Jill Matthews, Australian National University

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The Swedish Porn Scene


Activist Film Festivals Towards a Political Subject Edited by Sonia Tascón and Tyson Wils

ISBN: 978-1-78320-634-6 8 Illustrations 245 pp | £45/$64 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Sonia Tascón is a lecturer at the School of Social Sciences at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Tyson Wils is a lecturer at the School of Media and Communications at RMIT University, Australia.

Film festivals are an ever-growing part of the film industry, but most consider­ations of them focus almost entirely on their role in the business of film-mak­ing. This book breaks new ground by bringing scholars from a range of dis­ciplines together with industry pro­fessionals to explore the concept of festivals as spaces through an activist lens, as spaces where the sociopolitical identities of communities and individu­ als are confronted and shaped. Trac­ing the growth of activist and human rights-focused films from the 1970s to the present, and using case studies from San Francisco, Brazil, Bristol, and elsewhere, the book addresses such contentious topics as whether activist films can achieve humanitarian aims or simply offer ‘cinema of suffering.’


Cinema, memory and the history of a gay male community By Scott McKinnon

Film Studies

Gay Men at the Movies

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Scott McKinnon is a postdoctoral research fellow at Western Sydney University and an hon­orary research associate at the University of Sydney.

Cinema has long played a major role in the formation of community among marginalized groups, and this book de­tails that process for gay men in Sydney, Australia from the 1950s to the pres­ent. Scott McKinnon builds the book from a variety of sources, including film reviews, media reports, personal memoirs, oral histories, and a striking range of films, all deployed to answer the question of how to understand cin­emagoing as a moment of connection to community and identity – how the experience of seeing these films and being part of an audience helped to build a community among the gay men of Sydney in the period.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-596-7 15 Illustrations 250 pp | £42/$60 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


International Horror Film Directors Global Fear Edited by Danny Shipka and Ralph Beliveau

ISBN: 978-1-78320-653-7 7 Illustrations 248 pp | £30/$42.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Danny Shipka is assistant professor of mass communication and affiliate member of the School of International Studies at Oklahoma State University. Ralph Beliveau is an as­sociate professor in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication and an affiliate faculty of film and media studies and the women and gender studies programmes at the University of Oklahoma.

Horror films have for decades com­manded major global audiences, tap­ ping into deep-rooted fears that cross national and cultural boundaries in their ability to spark terror. This book brings together a group of scholars to explore the ways that this fear is utilized and played upon by a wide range of film-makers. Contributors take up such major figures as Guillermo del Toro, Lars Von Trier and David Cronenberg, and they also offer intro­ductions to lesser-known talents such as Richard Franklin, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Juan López Moctezuma, and Alexan­dre Aja. Scholars and fans alike dipping into this collection will discover plenty of insight into what chills us.


ISBN 978-1-78320-039-9 | 234pp £35, $50 | HB | 2014 eBook available

Architecture of the Screen, The: Essays in Cinematographic Space By Graham Cairns ISBN 978-1-84150-711-8 | 232pp £20, $28.50| PB | 2013 eBook available

Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors By Deane Williams ISBN 978-1-84150-210-6 | 176pp £35, $50 | HB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-204-5 | 288pp £35, $50 | HB | 2008 eBook available

Cinema and Landscape: Film, Nation and Cultural Geography Edited by Graeme Harper and Jonathan Rayner ISBN 978-1-84150-309-7 | 264pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Alternative Worlds in Hollywood Cinema: Resonance between Realms By James Walters

ISBN 978-1-84150-138-3 | 216pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2006 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-202-1 | 232pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

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

Australian Film Theory and Criticism, Vol. 2: Interviews Edited by Noel King and Deane Williams

ISBN 978-1-84150-581-7 | 192pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Beauty and the Beast: Italianness in British Cinema By Elisabetta Girelli ISBN 978-1-84150-244-1 | 240pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-037-5| 424 pp £35, $50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Berlin School Glossary: An ABC of the New Wave in German Cinema Edited by Roger F. Cook, Lutz Koepnick, Kristin Kopp, and Brad Prager ISBN 978-1-84150-576-3 | 262pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

British TV & Film Culture of the 1950s: Coming to a TV Near You By Su Holmes

Cindy Sherman’s Office Killer: Another Kind of Monster

ISBN 978-1-84150-121-5 | 271pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2005 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-707-1 | 120pp £25, $36 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Cinema Makers, The: Public Life and the Exhibition of Difference in South-Eastern and Central Europe since the 1960s By Anna Schober

Cinema of Mika Kaurismäki, The: Transvergent Cinescapes, Emergent Identities By Pietari Kääpä

ISBN 978-1-84150-515-2 | 140pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

By Dahlia Schweitzer

ISBN 978-1-84150-409-4 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Cinemas of the Other: A Personal Journey with Film-makers from Central Asia By Gönül Dönmez-Colin

Cinemas of the Other: A Personal Journey with Film-makers from Iran and Turkey By Gönül Dönmez-Colin

Cinemas of the Other: A Personal Journey with Filmmakers from the Middle East and Central Asia By Gönül Dönmez-Colin

ISBN 978-1-84150-549-7 | 334pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-548-0 | 334pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-143-7 | 284pp £35, $50 | HB | 2006 eBook available

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Beyond Auteurism: New Directions in Authorial Film Practices in France, Italy and Spain since the 1980s By Rosanna Maule

Allegorical Images: Tableau, Time and Gesture in the Cinema of Werner Schroeter By Michelle Langford

Film Studies

3D Cinema and Beyond Edited by Dan Adler, Janine Marchessault, and Sanja Obradovic


Danish Directors 2, The: Dialogues on the New Danish Fiction Cinema Edited by Mette Hjort, Eva Novrup Redvall and Eva Joerholt ISBN 978-1-84150-271-7 | 310pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Danish Directors 3, The: Dialogues on the New Danish Documentary Cinema Edited by Mette Hjort, Ib Bondebjerg and Eva Novrup Redvall

David Cronenberg: Author or Film-maker? By Mark Browning ISBN 978-1-84150-173-4 | 208pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-041-2 | 224pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Declarations of Independence: American Cinema and the Partiality of Independent Production By John Berra

Deleuze and Film Music: Building a Methodological Bridge between Film Theory and Music By Gregg Redner

ISBN 978-1-84150-185-7 | 224pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-370-7 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Africa Edited by Blandine Stefanson and Sheila Petty

Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood Edited by Lincoln Geraghty

Directory of World Cinema: American Hollywood 2 Edited by Lincoln Geraghty

ISBN 978-1-84150-415-5 | 302pp £40, $57 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-006-1 | 302pp £40, $57 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: American Independent Edited by John Berra

Directory of World Cinema: American Independent 2 Edited by John Berra

ISBN 978-1-84150-368-4 | 327pp £40, $57 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-612-8 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Argentina Edited by Beatriz Urraca and Gary M. Kramer

Directory of World Cinema: Australia & New Zealand Edited by Geoff Lealand and Ben Goldsmith

Directory of World Cinema: Australia & New Zealand 2 Edited by Geoff Lealand, Ben Goldsmith and Mark David Ryan

ISBN 978-1-78320-391-8 | 302pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-373-8 | 344pp £40, $57 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-634-0 | 364 pp £40, $57 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Brazil Edited by Louis Bayman and Natália Pinazza

Directory of World Cinema: Britain Edited by Emma Bell and Neil Mitchell

ISBN 978-1-78320-009-2 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-557-2 | 272pp £40, $57 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Diasporas of Australian Cinema Edited by Catherine Simpson, Renata Murawska and Anthony Lambert ISBN 978-1-84150-197-0 | 128pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-007-8 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Belgium Edited by Jeremi Szaniawski and Marcelline Block ISBN 978-1-78320-008-5 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Britain 2 Edited by Neil Mitchell ISBN 978-1-78320-397-0 | 300pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available


Directory of World Cinema: China 2 Edited by Gary Bettinson

Directory of World Cinema: East Europe Edited by Adam Bingham

ISBN 978-1-84150-558-9 | 322pp £40, $57 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-400-7 | 300pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-464-3 | 264pp £40, $57 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Finland Edited by Pietari Kääpä

Directory of World Cinema: France Edited by Tim Palmer and Charlie Michael

Directory of World Cinema: Germany Edited by Michelle Langford

ISBN 978-1-84150-617-3 | 276pp £40, $57 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-563-3 | 327pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Film Studies

Directory of World Cinema: China Edited by Gary Bettinson

ISBN 978-1-84150-465-0 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Germany 2 Edited by Michelle Langford

Directory of World Cinema: India Edited by Adam Bingham

Directory of World Cinema: Iran Edited by Parviz Jahed

ISBN 978-1-84150-738-5 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-622-7 | 189pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-399-8 | 296pp £40, $57 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Iran 2 Edited by Parviz Jahed

Directory of World Cinema: Italy Edited by Louis Bayman

Directory of World Cinema: Japan Edited by John Berra

ISBN 978-1-78320-470-0 | 300pp £40, $57 | PB | 2017 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-400-1 | 296pp £40, $57 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-355-6 | 298pp £40, $57 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Japan 2 Edited by John Berra

Directory of World Cinema: Japan 3 Edited by John Berra

ISBN 978-1-84150-551-0 | 376pp £40, $57 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-403-8 | 300pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Latin America Edited by Isabel Maurer Queipo

Directory of World Cinema: Russia Edited by Birgit Beumers

Directory of World Cinema: Russia 2 Edited by Birgit Beumers

ISBN 978-1-84150-372-1 | 334pp £40, $57 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-010-8 | 360pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

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Directory of World Cinema: Scotland Edited by Bob Nowlan and Zach Finch ISBN 978-1-78320-394-9 | 300pp £40, $57 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Intellect Books | Performing Arts | Film Studies | Cultural & Media Studies | Visual Arts

ISBN 978-1-84150-618-0 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available


Directory of World Cinema: South Korea Edited by Colette Balmain ISBN 978-1-84150-560-2 | 327pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Divided World, A: Hollywood Cinema and Emigre Directors in the Era of Roosevelt and Hitler, 1933–1948 By Nick Smedley

Directory of World Cinema: Spain Edited by Lorenzo J. Torres Hortelano ISBN 978-1-84150-463-6 | 287pp £40, $57 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Directory of World Cinema: Turkey Edited by Eylem Atakav ISBN 978-1-84150-620-3 | 320pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Don’t Look Now: British Cinema in the 1970s Edited by Paul Newland

Downtown Film and TV Culture: 1975–2001 Edited by Joan Hawkins

ISBN 978-1-84150-320-2 | 256pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-422-9 | 416pp £35, $50 | PB| 2015 eBook available

Educating Film-Makers: Past, Present and Future

Europe and Love in Cinema Edited by Jo Labanyi, Luisa Passerini and Karen Diehl

ISBN 978-1-84150-402-5 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Drive in Cinema: Essays on Film, Theory and Politics By Marc James Léger ISBN 978-1-78320-485-4 | 308pp £35, $50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

By Duncan Petrie and Rod Stoneman ISBN 978-1-78320-185-3 | 184pp £42, $60 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Feminist Ethics in Film: Reconfiguring Care through Cinema By Joseph Kupfer

Film Paintings of David Lynch, The: Challenging Film Theory By Allister Mactaggart

ISBN 978-1-84150-406-3 | 208pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-332-5 | 224pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Frames of Mind: A PostJungian Look at Cinema, Television and Technology By Luke Hockley

Framing Film: Cinema and the Visual Arts Edited by Steven Allen and Laura Hubner

ISBN 978-1-84150-171-0 | 152pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-507-7 | 176pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-379-0 | 256pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Film on the Faultline Edited by Alan Wright ISBN 978-1-78320-433-5 | 280pp £28, $40 | PB | 2015 eBook available

French Costume Drama of the 1950s: Fashioning Politics in Film By Susan Hayward ISBN 978-1-84150-318-9 | 376pp £30, $43 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Frontiers of Screen History: Imagining European Borders in Cinema, 1945–2010 Edited by Raita Merivirta, Kimmo Ahonen, Heta Mulari, and Rami Mähkä

Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures Edited by Olivia Khoo and Sean Metzger

Governing Visions of the Real: The National Film Unit and Griersonian Documentary Film in Aotearoa/New Zealand By Lars Weckbecker

ISBN 978-1-84150-732-3 | 272pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-274-8 | 288pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

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ISBN 978-1-84150-433-9 | 288pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Green Documentary: Environmental Documentary in the 21st Century By Helen Hughes

Historical Comedy on Screen: Subverting History with Humour Edited by Hannu Salmi

ISBN 978-1-78320-183-9 | 184pp £25, $36 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-367-7 | 232pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Hong Kong New Wave Cinema (1978–2000) By Pak Tong Cheuk

Immigration Cinema in the New Europe By Isolina Ballesteros

ISBN 978-1-84150-148-2 | 268pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-411-3 | 230pp £28, $40 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Iranian Cinema and Globalization: National, Transnational and Islamic Dimensions By Shahab Esfandiary

Lure of the Big Screen: Cinema in Rural Australia and the United Kingdom By Karina Aveyard

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

ISBN 978-1-78320 -382-6 | 175pp £49, $70 | HB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-625-8 | 292pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Musical Comedy Films of Grigorii Aleksandrov, The: Laughing Matters By Rimgaila Salys

Ned Kelly Films, The: A Cultural History of Kelly History By Stephen Gaunson

New Irish Storytellers: Narrative Strategies in Film By Díóg O’Connell

ISBN 978-1-84150-282-3 | 240pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-636-4 | 132pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available

New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema Edited by Carolina Rocha and Cacilda M. Rego

New Zealand Cinema: Interpreting the Past Edited by Alistair Fox, Hilary Radner and Barry Keith Grant

New Zealand Film and Television: Institution, Industry and Cultural Change By Trisha Dunleavy and Hester Joyce

ISBN 978-1-84150-425-4 | 354pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-457-5 | 208pp £30, $43 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Open Roads, Closed Borders: The Contemporary French-Language Road Movie Edited by Michael Gott and Thibaut Schilt

Passion of the Reel: Cinematic versus Modernist Political Fictions in Cameroon By Jean-Olivier Tchouaffe with Sheri Malmain

Peter Weir: A Creative Journey from Australia to Hollywood By Serena Formica

ISBN 978-1-84150-662-3 | 181pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-564-0 | 216pp £65, $93 | HB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-470-4 | 367pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Film Studies

Greek Cinema: Texts, Histories, Identities Edited by Lydia Papadimitriou and Yannis Tzioumakis

Inclusion in New Danish Cinema: Sexuality and Transnational Belonging Meryl Shriver-Rice ISBN 978-1-78320-193-8 | 200pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available

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ISBN 978-1-84150-477-3 | 176pp £16, $23 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Intellect Books | Performing Arts | Film Studies | Cultural & Media Studies | Visual Arts

ISBN 978-1-84150-375-2 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-312-7 | 176pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available


Phenomenology’s Material Presence: Video, Vision and Experience By Gabrielle A. Hezekiah ISBN 978-1-84150-310-3 | 103pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Portrait of the Artist as a Political Dissident, A: The Life and Work of Aleksandar Petrovic By Vlastimir Sudar ISBN 978-1-84150-545-9 | 367pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Real Objects in Unreal Situations: Modern Art in Fiction Films By Susan Felleman ISBN 978-1-78320-250-8 | 168pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Rhetoric of Modern Death in American Living Dead Films By Outi Hakola ISBN 978-1-78320 -379-6 | 207pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Screen Education: From Film Appreciation to Media Studies By Terry Bolas ISBN 978-1-84150-237-3 | 432pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

South African Cinema 1896–2010 By Martin Botha ISBN 978-1-84150-458-2 | 367pp £30, $43 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Place of Artists’ Cinema, The: Space, Site and Screen By Maeve Connolly ISBN 978-1-84150-246-5 | 240pp £30, $43 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Pride and Panic: Russian Imagination of the West in Post-Soviet Film By Yana Hashamova ISBN 978-1-84150-156-7 | 144pp £35, $50 | HB | 2007 eBook available

Reframing Reality: The Aesthetics of the Surrealist Object in French and Czech Cinema By Alison Frank ISBN 978-1-84150-712-5 | 192pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Roots of Modern Hollywood (The): The Persistence of Values in American Cinema, from the New Deal to the Present By Nick Smedley ISBN 978-1-78320 -373-4 | 224pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Polanski and Perception: The Psychology of Seeing and the Cinema of Roman Polanski By Davide Caputo ISBN 978-1-84150-552-7 | 296pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Queer Cinema in Europe Edited by Robin Griffiths ISBN 978-1-84150-079-9 | 232pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

(Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema Edited by Duncan Wheeler and Fernando Canet ISBN 978-1-78320-406-9 | 420pp £65, $93 | HB | 2014 eBook available

Rosebud Sleds and Horses’ Heads: 50 of Film’s Most Evocative Objects By Scott Jordan Harris ISBN 978-1-78320-040-5 | 116pp £10, $14.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Shooting Women: Behind the Camera, Around the World

Sophia Loren: Moulding a Star By Pauline Small

By Alexis Krasilovsky, Harriet Margolis, with Julia Stein

ISBN 978-1-84150-234-2 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-506-6 | 362pp £35, $50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine: Authorship and Genre in Photojournalism and Film By Philippe D. Mather ISBN 978-1-84150-611-1 | 304pp £15, $21.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Stephen King on the Big Screen By Mark Browning ISBN 978-1-84150-245-8 | 256pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available


Swedish Cops: From Sjöwall & Wahlöö to Stieg Larsson

ISBN 978-1-84150-412-4 | 144pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-188-4 | 335pp £25, $36 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Tech-Noir Film: A Theory of the Development of Popular Genres By Emily E. Auger

Touring the Screen: Tourism and New Zealand Film Geographies By Alfio Leotta

ISBN 978-1-84150-424-7 | 498pp £60, $85.50 | HB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-475-9 | 208pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Transnational Film Culture: in New Zealand By Simon Sigley

Un-American Psycho: Brian De Palma and the Political Invisible By Chris Dumas

ISBN 978-1-84150-660-9 | 208pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

By Michael Tapper

ISBN 978-1-84150-554-1 | 254pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Studies in French Cinema: UK Perspectives 1985–2010 Edited by Will Higbee and Sarah Leahy ISBN 978-1-84150-323-3 | 304pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Film Studies

Stephen King on the Small Screen By Mark Browning

Transnational Ecocinema: Film Culture in an Era of Ecological Transformation Edited by Tommy Gustafsson and Pietari Kääpä ISBN 978-1-84150-729-3 | 216pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Urban Cinematics: Understanding Urban Phenomena through the Moving Image Edited by François Penz and Andong Lu ISBN 978-1-84150-428-5 | 328pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available 39

Visceral Screen, The: Between the Cinemas of John Cassavetes and David Cronenberg By Robert Furze

ISBN 978-1-84150-724-8 | 192pp £16, $23 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320 -370 -3 | 256pp £60, $86 | HB | 2014 eBook available

Who’s Who in Research: Film Studies

World Film Locations: Athens Edited by Eirini Sifaki, Afroditi Nikolaidou, Anna Poupou

World Film Locations: Barcelona Edited by Helio San Miguel and Lorenzo J. Torres Hortelano

ISBN 978-1-78320-359-8 | 128pp £20, £28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-025-2 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Berlin Edited by Susan Ingram

World Film Locations: Boston Edited by Marcelline Block

ISBN 978-1-84150-631-9 | 128pp £20,$28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-198-3 | 128pp £20,$28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-496-4 | 450pp £90, $128.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Beijing Edited by John Berra and Liu Yang ISBN 978-1-84150-642-5 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Watching Films: New Perspectives on MovieGoing, Exhibition and Reception Edited by Karina Aveyard and Albert Moran ISBN 978-1-84150-511-4 | 288pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

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Versions of Hollywood Crime Cinema: Studies in Ford, Wilder, Coppola, Scorsese, and Others By Carl Freedman


World Film Locations: Buenos Aires Edited by Michael Pigott and Santiago Oyarzabal ISBN 978-1-78320-358-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

World Film Locations: Florence Edited by Alberto Zambenedetti ISBN 978-1-78320-360-4 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

World Film Locations: Helsinki Edited by Pietari Kääpä and Silja Laine ISBN 978-1-84150-722-4 | 115 pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Liverpool Edited by Jez Conolly and Caroline Whelan

World Film Locations: Chicago Edited by Scott Jordan Harris ISBN 978-1-84150-718-7 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Dublin Edited by Jez Conolly and Caroline Whelan ISBN 978-1-84150-550-3 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

World Film Locations: Glasgow Edited by Nicola Balkind

World Film Locations: Havana Edited by Ann Marie Stock

ISBN 978-1-84150-719-4 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-197-6 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

World Film Locations: Hong Kong Edited by Linda Chiu-Han Lai and Kimburley Wing-Yee Choi

World Film Locations: Istanbul Edited by Ozlem Koksal ISBN 978-1-84150-567-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-021-4 | 116pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: London Edited by Neil Mitchell

World Film Locations: Los Angeles Edited by Gabriel Solomons

ISBN 978-1-84150-484-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-485-8 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

World Film Locations: Madrid Edited by Lorenzo J. Torres Hortelano

World Film Locations: Malta

World Film Locations: Marseilles Edited by Marcelline Block

ISBN 978-1-84150-568-8 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-498-4 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

World Film Locations: Melbourne Edited by Neil Mitchell

World Film Locations: Moscow Edited by Birgit Beumers

ISBN 978-1-84150-640-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-196-9 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-026-9 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Edited by Jean Pierre Borg and Charlie Cauchi

ISBN 978-1-84150-723-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Mumbai Edited by Helio San Miguel ISBN 978-1-84150-632-6 | 124pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available


World Film Locations: New York Edited by Scott Jordan Harris

ISBN 978-1-84150-587-9 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-482-7 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

World Film Locations: Prague Edited by Marcelline Block

World Film Locations: Reykjavik Edited by Jez Conolly and Caroline Whelan

ISBN 978-1-78320-027-6 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: San Francisco Edited by Scott Jordan Harris

ISBN 978-1-84150-641-8 | 112pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

World Film Locations: Paris Edited by Marcelline Block ISBN 978-1-84150-561-9 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

World Film Locations: Rome Edited by Gabriel Solomons ISBN 978-1-78320-200-3 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

World Film Locations: São Paulo Edited by Natália Pinazza and Louis Bayman

World Film Locations: Shanghai Edited by John Berra and Wei Ju

ISBN 978-1-78320-029-0 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-199-0 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

World Film Locations: Singapore Edited by Lorenzo Codelli

World Film Locations: Sydney Edited by Neil Mitchell

World Film Locations: Tokyo Edited by Chris Magee

ISBN 978-1-78320-361-1 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-362-8 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-483-4 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

World Film Locations: Toronto Edited by Tom Ue

World Film Locations: Vancouver Edited by Rachel Walls

World Film Locations: Venice Edited by Michael Pigott

ISBN 978-1-78320-195-2 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-721-7 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-720-0 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

World Film Locations: Vienna Edited by Robert Dassanowsky

World Film Locations: Washington D.C. Edited by Katherine Larsen

Wuthering Heights on Film and Television: A Journey Across Time and Cultures By Valérie V. Hazette

ISBN 978-1-78320-028-3 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Film Studies

World Film Locations: New Orleans Edited by Scott Jordan Harris

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ISBN 978-1-78320-456-4 | 128pp £20,$28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-492-2 | 360pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Intellect Books | Performing Arts | Film Studies | Cultural & Media Studies | Visual Arts

ISBN 978-1-84150-569-5 | 128pp £20,$28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available


Consumer Culture Selected Essays Edited by Gjoko Muratovski

ISBN: 978-1-78320-546-2 250 pp | ÂŁ40/$57 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Gjoko Muratovski has more than twenty years of design and branding experience. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Design, Business & Society.

We live in a society that defines us by what we consume and how. Every day we make purchasing decisions that express our sense of belonging, our commitments to the environment, and our systems of belief. We often choose to buy things, not necessarily because we need them, but because we believe that these things will help us express who we are – in our own eyes and in the eyes of others. Whether we like it or not, consumerism is the prevalent ideology of our time. Led by Gjoko Muratovski, Consumer Culture is the ideal starting point for an investigation into the social construction of the global economy.


The Inevitability of Discourse By matthew heinz

Cultural & Media studies

Entering Transmasculinity

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matthew heinz is dean of the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences and professor in the School of Communication and Culture at Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia.

Entering Transmasculinity is a holistic study of the intersecting and overlapping discourses that shape transgender identities. In the book, matthew heinz offers an examination of mediated and experienced transmasculine subjectivities and aims to capture the apparent contradictions that structure transmasculine experience, perception, and identification. From the relationship between transmasculinity’s emancipatory potential and its simultaneously homogenizing implications, to issues of gender-queerness, sexual minorities, normativity, and fatherhood, Entering Transmasculinity is the first book to synthesize these disparate areas of academic study in the context of digital constructions of the transmasculine self.

Intellect Books | Performing Arts | Film Studies | Cultural & Media Studies | Visual Arts

ISBN: 978-1-78320-568-4 316 pp | ÂŁ60/$86 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


Montréal Chic A Locational History of Montréal Fashion By Katrina Sark and Sara Danièle Bélanger-Michaud

ISBN: 978-1-78320-616-2 50 Illustrations 272 pp | £60/$86 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Urban Chic series

Montréal is à la mode. A fashionable city in its own right, it also boasts fashion schools, an industry packed with local designers and manufacturers, and a dynamic scene that exhibits local and international collections. With its vibrant cultural life and affordable cost of living, designers and artists flock from all over to be a part of Montréal’s hip fashion community. Montréal Chic is the first book to document this scene and how it connects with the city’s design, film, music and cultural history. Katrina Sark and Sara Danièle BélangerMichaud are intimately acquainted with Montréal and use their firsthand knowledge of the city’s fashion to explore urban culture, music, institutions, scenes and subcultures, along the way uncovering many untold stories of Montréal’s fashion scene.

Katrina Sark is a cultural analyst and historian with a Ph.D. from McGill University, and currently teaches at the University of Victoria. She is the founder of the Canadian Fashion Scholars Network and the co-founder of the Urban Chic book series published by Intellect. Sara Danièle Bélanger-Michaud is a Montréal-based writer and instructor in French literature and culture.

Polish Media Art in an Expanded Field By Aleksandra Kaminska

ISBN: 978-1-78320-540-0 84 Illustrations 230 pp | £25/$36 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Aleksandra Kaminska is a postdoctoral fellow at Simon Fraser University and a research associate at Sensorium, Centre for Digital Arts and Technology, York University, Canada.

From an Eastern nation on the global periphery to a European neoliberal democracy enmeshed in transnational networks, Poland has experienced a dramatic transformation in the last century. Polish Media Art in an Expanded Field uses the lens, and mirror, of media art to think through the politics of a post-socialist ‘New Europe’, where artists are negotiating the tension between global cosmopolitanism and national self-enfranchisement. Situating Polish media art practices in the context of Poland’s aesthetic traditions and political history, Aleksandra Kaminska provides an important contribution to site-specific histories of media art. Polish Media Art in an Expanded Field demonstrates how artists are using and reflecting upon technology as a way of entering into larger civic conversations around the politics of identity, place, citizenship, memory, and heritage. Building on close readings of artworks that serve as case studies, as well as interviews with leading artists, scholars, and curators, this is the first full-length study of Polish media art.


Private Investigator Edited by Alistair Rolls and Rachel Franks

ISBN: 978-1-78320-523-3 3 Illustrations 187 pp | £25/$36 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Crime Uncovered series Alistair Rolls is associate professor of French studies at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Rachel Franks is a conjoint fellow at the University of Newcastle, Australia, and a co-ordinator of education and scholarship at the State Library of New South Wales.

The private investigator is one of the most enduring characters within crime fiction. From Dashiell Hammett’s Sam Spade – the hard-boiled loner trawling the mean streets – to Agatha Christie’s Captain Hastings – the genteel companion in greener surrounds - the P. I. has taken on any number of guises. In Crime Uncovered: Private Investigator, editors Alistair Rolls and Rachel Franks delve deep into crime literature and culture, challenging many of the assumptions we make about the hardy private investigator. Rolls and Franks have engaged here the tension between the popular and scholarly that is inherent in any critical examination of a literary type, along the way unravelling the mystery of the alluring, enigmatic private investigator. Crime Uncovered: Private Investigator will be a handy companion for any crime fiction fan.

Cultural & Media studies

Crime Uncovered

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Unity in Disparity Edited by Mika Elovaara and Bryan Bardine

ISBN: 978-1-78320-700-8 50 Illustrations 250 pp | £40/$57 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Mika Elovaara is an independent scholar, writer, and soccer coach. Bryan Bardine is associ­ate professor of English at the University of Dayton.

Though it’s given little attention – and even less serious attention – by the mainstream press, metal music has for decades been a major creative and cultural force around the world. This book brings together a group of contributors from Europe, North America, and the Caribbean to make a case for metal’s place not merely on the periphery of our culture, but at its very heart. Contributors attend not merely to the music, but also the accompanying culture, and they offer intriguing insights into the rise of metal in places where it’s traditionally been little known, like the Middle East and North Africa. The result is a global portrait of metal that asserts its importance and its ongoing contribution to culture.

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Connecting Metal to Culture


Cotton Companies, Fashion and the Fabric of Our Lives Edited by Joseph H. Hancock II, Nioka Wyatt and Tasha L. Lewis

ISBN: 978-1-78320-685-8 70 Illustrations 108 pp | £27/$38 Paperback | Autumn 2016 220 x 220mm eBook available Joseph H. Hancock II teaches and conducts research at Drexel University in Philadelphia and is the editor of the journal Fashion, Style and Popular Culture. Nioka Wyatt is assistant professor in the fashion merchandising & management programme at Philadelphia Univer­sity. Tasha L. Lewis is assistant professor in the Department of Fiber Science & Apparel Design at Cornell University.

This book brings together contribu­tors from a wide range of disciplines to explore the importance of cotton as a major resource for US fashion busi­nesses. It is rooted in a lengthy inves­tigative research project that deployed undergraduate and graduate students and faculty researchers to US fashion businesses that rely on cotton to make their garments – with the goal of bet­ter understanding how such a key re­source is sourced, priced, transported, manipulated, and, ultimately, sold on to the consumer as a stylish garment. The contributors focus in particular on the role of brands in the marketing of cotton goods, and the way that brand marketing creates distinctions, valu­able in the marketplace, between vari­ous versions of what are at base similar items of clothing, like t-shirts and un­ derclothes. The book also explores the importance of the ‘Made in the USA’ campaign, with its appeal to consum­ers concerned about local manufactur­ing employment, reduced resource use, and social responsibility.


By Kari Kallioniemi

ISBN: 978-1-78320-599-8 248 pp | £45/$64 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Studies in Popular Culture series

English pop music was a dominant force on the global cultural scene in the decades after World War II – and it served a key role in defining, constructing, and challenging various ideas about Englishness in the period. Kari Kallioniemi covers a stunning range of styles of pop – from punk, reggae, and psychedelia to jazz, rock, Brit Pop, and beyond – as he explores the question of how various artists (including such major figures as David Bowie and Morrissey), genres, and pieces of music contributed to the developing understanding of who and what was English in the transformative post-war years.

Cultural & Media studies

Englishness, Pop and Post-War Britain

Kari Kallioniemi is a lecturer in cultural history in the School of History, Culture and the Arts at the University of Turku, Finland.

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By Elena Siemens With a foreword by Eliot Borenstein

ISBN: 978-1-78320-613-1 150 Illustrations 150 pp | £60/$86 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Elena Siemens is associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta, Canada.

Few cities in the world offer the diversity of stunning visuals that can be found on the streets of Moscow, from famous landmarks like Red Square to the Boulevard Ring and Kamergersky Lane and the residential areas beyond the Garden Ring. For this book, former Moscow resident Elena Siemens travelled them all as an urban flâneur, taking photographs of contemporary fashion in action and setting it alongside explorations of modern and historic representations of fashion and beauty as seen in a wide variety of products of Russian culture. Through her photos and analysis, Siemens considers the question of how contemporary Russians understand their post-Soviet identity and express it through the ways they present themselves in public.

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Street Fashion Moscow


Seamlessness Making and (Un)Knowing in Fashion Practice By Yeseung Lee

ISBN: 978-1-78320-642-1 90 Illustrations 240 pp | £30/$43 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Yeseung Lee is a researcher and practising designer. She is currently a visiting academic for research in fashion and textiles at the Royal College of Art, London.

Taking the concept of ‘seamlessness’ as her starting point, Yeseung Lee offers an innovative practice-based investigation into the meaning of the handmade in the age of technological revolution and globalized production and consumption. Combining first-hand experience of making seamless garments with references from psychoanalysis, anthropology and cultural studies, Lee reveals the ways that a garment can reach to our deeply superficial sense of being, and how seamless garments can represent the ambiguity of a modern subject in a perpetual process of becoming. Richly illustrated and firmly rooted in the actual work of creation, this daringly innovative book breaks new ground for fashion research. “A richly contextualized and beautifully narrated journey into the cognition of making that binds cloth and skin, garment and person and replaces distinction by modalities of transition. A sharp and incisive critique of the fashion system that will enable a new approach to be developed to the analysis of fashion.” Susanne Küchler, University College London


The Twilight Saga Edited by Laurena Aker

ISBN: 978-1-78320-650-6 55 Illustrations 244 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Fan Phenomena series Laurena Aker is a writer and managing editor for JesterZ Net Media.

When The Twilight Saga’s popularity swept the globe, the passionate dedication it elicited from fans stunned the collective consciousness. It became an unexpected, and controversial, global phenomenon. More than a decade later, Fan Phenomena: The Twilight Saga examines Twilight’s lasting impact on the world. Chapters explore how Twilight’s story and commercial success sparked evolutionary changes in literature and music, the publishing and entertainment industries, and attitudes about women’s place in society. This book also includes interviews with the people who interacted with Twilight’s cast and fans at conventions and filming locations, and experienced first-hand the explosion in its fan fiction culture. Extending far beyond its pop culture origins, fans, academics and business leaders will enjoy this study of Twilight’s enduring legacy.

Cultural & Media studies

Fan Phenomena

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Defining the Nation, Defining Public Television By Janis Juzefovics

ISBN: 978-1-78320-691-9 172 pp | £35/$50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Janis Juzefovics holds a Ph.D in media studies from the University of Westminster.

Janis Juzefovics builds his book around Albert O. Hirschman’s classic concepts of exit, voice, and loyalty – the options available to a person within any system. He uses Hirschman’s ideas, along with tools from social constructionism, to assess how the public has responded to the role of public television in the nation-building efforts of the new Latvian state. Along the way, he develops our understanding of public broadcasting more generally, and the way it can be used to define a national ‘we’.

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Broadcasting and National Imagination in Post-Communist Latvia


Journalism Re-examined Digital Challenges and Professional Reorientations (Lessons from Northern Europe) Edited by Martin Eide, Helle Sjøvaag and Leif Ove Larsen

ISBN: 978-1-78320-718-3 10 line drawings 238 pp | £35/$50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Martin Eide and Leif Ove Larsen are professors in the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen, where Helle Sjøvaag is a research professor.

The digital era has posed innumerable challenges to the business and practice of journalism. Journalism Re-examined sets out an institutional theoretical framework for exploring the journal­istic institution in the digital age and analyses how it has responded to pro­found changes in its social and profes­sional practices, norms, and values. Building their analysis around the con­cept of these changes as reorientations, the contributors present a number of case studies, with a particular emphasis on journalism in the Nordic countries. They explore not just straight news and investigative journalism, but also delve into lifestyle and documentary cover­age, all with the aim of understanding the reorientations facing journalism and the ways they might present a sus­tainable future path.

Kiosk Literature of Silver Age Spain Modernity and Mass Culture Edited by Jeffrey Zamostny and Susan Larson

ISBN: 978-1-78320-665-0 35 Illustrations 315 pp | £37/$53 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Jeffrey Zamostny is assistant professor of Spanish and director of the minor in gender and sexuality studies at the University of West Georgia. Susan Larson is associate professor of Spanish literature, film, and cultural studies at the University of Kentucky. She is the author of Constructing and Resisting Modernity: Madrid 1900–1936.

The so-called ‘Silver Age’ of Spain ran from 1898 to the rise of Franco in 1939 and was characterized by intense urbanization, widespread class strug­gle and mobility, and a boom in mass culture. This book offers a close look at one manifestation of that mass cul­ture: weekly collections of short, often pocket-sized books sold in urban kiosks at low prices. These series published a wide range of literature in genres and formats, but their role as disseminators of erotic and anarchist fiction led them to be censored by the Franco dictatorship. This book offers the most detailed scholarly analysis of kiosk literature to date, examining the kiosk phenomenon through the lens of contemporary interdisciplinary theo­ries of urban space, visuality, celebrity, gender and sexuality, and the digital humanities.


By Karina Aveyard, Albert Moran and Pia Majbritt Jensen

Cultural & Media studies

New Patterns in Global Television Formats

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Karina Aveyard is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Sydney and a lecturer in film and television studies at the University of East Anglia. Albert Moran is professor in screen studies in the School of Humanities at Griffith University. Pia Majbritt Jensen is an associate professor at Aarhus University, Denmark.

The past twenty years have seen major changes in the ways that television formats and programming are developed and replicated internationally for different markets – with locally focused repackagings of hit reality shows leading the way. But in a sense, that’s not new: TV formats have been exported for decades, with the approach and methods changing along with changes in broadcast technology, markets, government involvement, and audience interest. This book brings together scholars of TV formats from around the world to analyse and discuss those changes and offer an up-to the-minute analysis of the current state of TV formats and their use and adaptation worldwide.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-712-1 4 Illustrations, 11 tables, 2 line drawings 346 pp | ÂŁ35/$50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


Taking Up McLUhan’s caUse Perspectives on Media and Formal Causality

Edited by Corey Anton Robert K. Logan Lance Strate

ISBN: 978-1-78320-694-0 292 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Corey Anton is professor of communication studies at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. Robert K. Logan is professor emeritus in physics at the University of Toronto and chief scientist at the sLab OCAD University. Lance Strate is professor of communication and media studies at Fordham University in New York.

Taking up McLuhan’s Cause Perspectives on Media and Formal Causality Edited by Corey Anton, Robert K. Logan and Lance Strate This book brings together a number of prominent scholars to explore a rela­tively under-studied area of Marshall McLuhan’s thought: his idea of formal cause and the role that formal cause plays in the emergence of new tech­nologies and in structuring societal relations. Aiming to open a new way of understanding McLuhan’s thought in this area, and to provide method­ological grounding for future media ecology research, the book runs the gamut: from contributions that directly support McLuhan’s arguments to those that see in them the germs of future de­velopments in emergent dynamics and complexity theory. “Very good essays on a crucial intellectual topic. I’m hopeful that this anthology will help kick off another McLuhan movement rooted in McLuhan’s place in the great tradition of philosophies of causation.” Graham Harman, American University in Cairo

Traces of the Future An Archaeology of Medical Science in Twenty-First-Century Africa Edited by Paul Wenzel Geissler and Guillaume Lachenal

ISBN: 978-1-78320-725-1 150 Illustrations 176 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Paul Wenzel Geissler is a professor in the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo. Guillaume Lachenal is a lecturer at the Universite Paris Diderot and junior fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France.

This book presents a close look at the vestiges of twentieth-century medical work at five key sites in Africa: Senegal, Nigeria, Cameroon, Kenya, and Tanzania. The contributors aim to understand the afterlife of scientific institutions and practices and the ‘aftertime’ of scientific modernity and its attendant visions of progress and transformation. Straightforward scholarly work is juxtaposed here with altogether more experimental approaches to fieldwork and analysis, including interview fragments; brief, reflective essays; and a rich photographic archive. The result is an unprecedented view of the lingering traces of medical science from Africa’s past.


Charting a Course towards Human Survival Edited by Phil Rose

Cultural & Media studies

Confronting Technopoly

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Phil Rose is the author of Roger Waters and Pink Floyd: The Concept Albums and Radiohead and the Global Movement for Change: ‘Pragmatism Not Idealism’.

In 1992, Neil Postman presciently coined the term ‘technopoly’ to refer to ‘the surrender of culture to technology’. This book brings together a number of contributors from different disciplinary perspectives to analyse technopoly both as a concept and as it is seen and understood in contemporary society. Contributors present both analysis of and strategies for managing techno-social conflict, and they also open up a number of fruitful new lines of thought around emerging technological, social, and even psychological forms.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-688-9 246 pp | £70/$100 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available


Advertising as Culture Edited by Chris Wharton

Age of Television, The: Experiences and Theories By Milly Buonnano

ISBN 978-1-84150-614-2 | 194pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-181-9 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Anthem Quality: National Songs: A Theoretical Survey By Christopher Kelen ISBN 978-1-84150-737-8 | 144pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2014 eBook available PB ISBN 978-1-78320-472-4

ISBN 978-1-84150-717-0 | 212pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Berliner Chic: A Locational History of Berlin Fashion By Susan Ingram and Katrina Sark

Black Swan Lake: Life of a Wetland By Rod Giblett ISBN 978-1-84150-704-0 | 208pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments series

ISBN 978-1-84150-369-1 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

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

Brit Wits: A History of British Rock Humor By Iain Ellis ISBN 978-1-84150-565-7 | 208pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-160-4 | 240pp £35, $50 | HB | 2007 eBook available

Canadian Wetlands: Places and People By Rod Giblett

Celebrity Philanthropy Edited by Elaine Jeffreys and Paul Allatson

ISBN 978-1-78320 -176-1 | 250pp £45, $64 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments series

ISBN 978-1-78320-482-3 | 232pp £60, $86 | HB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Studies on Popular Culture series

ISBN 978-1-84150-621-0 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available 

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Communication Skills: Stepladders to Success for the Professional (Second Edition) By Richard Ellis ISBN 978-1-84150-249-6 | 165pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Amateur Images and Global News Edited by Kari Andén-Papadopoulos and Mervi Pantti ISBN 978-1-84150-420-9 | 176pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Bangladesh’s Changing Mediascape: From State Control to Market Forces Edited by Brian Shoesmith and Jude William Genilo ISBN 978-1-84150-473-5 | 272pp £48, $68.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

British Media and Bloody Sunday, (The) By Greg McLaughlin and Stephen Baker, with a foreword by Eamonn McCann ISBN 978-1-78320-182-2 | 170pp £60, $86 | HB | 2015 eBook available

Broadcasting Diversity: Migrant Representation in Irish Radio By Katie Moylan ISBN 978-1-84150-650-0 | 186pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

China’s Environment and China’s Environment Journalists: A Study By Hugo De Burgh and Zeng Rong ISBN 978-1-84150-469-8 | 96pp £45, $60 | HB | 2011 eBook available

ConFiguring America: Iconic Figures, Visuality, and the American Identity Edited by Klaus Rieser, Michael Fuchs and Michael Phillips ISBN 978-1-84150-635-7 | 288pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-84150-317-2 | 160pp £23, $33 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Creativity, Culture and Commerce: Producing Australian Children’s Television with Public Value By Anna Potter ISBN 978-1-78320-441-0 | 220pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Crossing the Street in Hanoi: Teaching and Learning About Vietnam By Carol Wilder ISBN 978-1-84150-735-4 | 272pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts Edited by Margot Lovejoy, Christiane Paul and Victoria Vesna ISBN 978-1-84150-308-0 | 270pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Crime Uncovered: Antihero Edited by Fiona Peters and Rebecca Stewart ISBN 978-1-78320-519-6 | 170pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Crime Uncovered series

Cultural Set Up of Comedy, The: Affective Politics in the United States Post 9/11 By Julie Webber ISBN 978-1-78320-031-3 | 192pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Cultural Studies Toward Transformative Curriculum and Pedagogy series

Convergence and Fragmentation: Media Technology and the Information Society Edited by Peter Ludes ISBN 978-1-84150-182-6 | 256pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Crime Uncovered: Detective Edited by Barry Forshaw

Cultural & Media studies

Confronting Theory: The Psychology of Cultural Studies By Philip Bell

ISBN 978-1-78320-521-9 | 184pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Crime Uncovered series

Cultural Quarters: Principles and Practice (Second Edition) Edited by Simon Roodhouse ISBN 978-1-84150-158-1 | 170pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

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Dysfunction and Decentralization in New Media Art and Education By Robert W. Sweeny

ISBN 978-1-84150-426-1 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-739-2 | 140pp £60, $86 | HB | 2015 eBook available

Developing Dialogues: Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia By Michael Meadows, Susan Forde and Kerrie Foxwell ISBN 978-1-84150-275-5 | 208pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

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

Doctor Who and Race Edited by Lindy Orthia ISBN 978-1-78320-036-8 | 318pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-279-3 | 212pp £30, $43 | HB | 2010 eBook available

Engaging with Reality: Documentary and Globalization By Ib Bondebjerg ISBN 978-1-78320-189-1 | 288pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Emergence of Video Processing Tools, The: Television Becoming Unglued Edited by Kathy High, Sherry Miller Hocking, and Mona Jimenez ISBN 978-1-84150-663-0 | 442pp £60, $86 | PB | 2014 | 2 volume set eBook available

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-357-8 | 304pp £30, $43 | PB | 2010 eBook available

European Journalism Education Edited by Georgios Terzis ISBN 978-1-84150-235-9 | 464pp £55, $78.50 | HB | 2009 eBook available

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Culture and Contestation in the New Century Edited by Marc James Léger


European Media Governance: The Brussels Dimension Edited by Georgios Terzis ISBN 978-1-84150-664-7 | 216pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

European Media Governance: National and Regional Dimensions Edited by Georgios Terzis ISBN 978-1-84150-291-5 | 464pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Exile of Britney Spears, The: A Tale of 21st Century Consumption By Christopher Smit ISBN 978-1-84150-410-0 | 144pp £22, $31.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Audrey Hepburn Edited by Jacqui Miller

Fan Phenomena: Batman Edited by Liam Burke

Fan Phenomena: The Big Lebowski Edited by Zachary Ingle

ISBN 978-1-78320-206-5 | 112pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-017-7 | 182pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-202-7 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Buffy The Vampire Slayer Edited by Jennifer K. Stuller

Fan Phenomena: Doctor Who Edited by Paul Booth

Fan Phenomena: The Hunger Games Edited by Nicola Balkind

ISBN 978-1-78320-019-1 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-020-7 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-204-1 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: James Bond Edited by Claire Hines

Fan Phenomena: Jane Austen Edited by Gabrielle Malcolm

Fan Phenomena: Lord of the Rings , The Edited by Lorna Piatti-Farnell

ISBN 978-1-78320-447-2 | 156pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-515-8 | 156pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-517-2 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Marilyn Monroe Edited by Marcelline Block

Fan Phenomena: Rocky Horror Picture Show, (The) Edited by Marisa C. Hayes

Fan Phenomena: Star Trek Edited by Bruce E. Drushel

ISBN 978-1-78320-201-0 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-450-2 | 156pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-023-8 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Sherlock Holmes Edited by Tom Ue and Jonathan Cranfield ISBN 978-1-78320-205-8 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Star Wars Edited by Mika Elovaara ISBN 978-1-78320-022-1 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Fan Phenomena: Supernatural Edited by Lynn Zubernis and Katherine Larsen ISBN 978-1-78320-203-4 | 112pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-78320-024-5 | 164pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Fashion in Popular Culture: Literature, Media and Contemporary Studies Edited by Joseph H. Hancock, II, Toni Johnson-Woods, and Vicki Karaminas

Edited by LEON BARKHO

ISBN 978-1-84150-716-3 | 276pp £16, $23 | PB | 2013 eBook available

FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE How to Assess and Apply Impartially in News and Current Affairs

From Theory to Practice: How to Assess and Apply Impartiality in News and Current Affairs Edited by Leon Barkho ISBN 978-1-84150-726-2 | 150pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-478-0 | 272pp £30, $43 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-238-0 | 246pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-751-4 | 200pp £16, $22.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Finding the Right Place on the Map Edited by Karol Jacubowicz and Miklós Sükösd

From NWICO to WSIS Edited by Divina Frau-Meigs, Jérémie Nicey, Michael Palmer, Julia Pohle and Patricio Tupper

ISBN 978-1-84150-193-2 | 304pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-675-3 | 240pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Gendered Transformations: Theory and Practices on Gender and Media Edited by Tonny Krijnen, Claudia Alvares and Sofie Van Bauwel

Global Fashion Brands Style, Luxury and History Edited by Joseph H. Hancock II, Gjoko Muratovski, Veronica Manlow and Anne Peirson-Smith

ISBN 978-1-84150-366-0 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-357-4 | 300pp £36, $68 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Grey Zone in Health and Illness, The By Alan Blum

Habitus of the Hood Edited by Hans Skott-Myhre and Chris Richardson

ISBN 978-1-84150-364-6 | 192pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-376-9 | 320pp £30, $43 | PB | 2010 eBook available

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

Fashion and War in Popular Culture Edited by Denise N. Rall

‘I Am An American’: Filming the Fear of Difference By Cynthia Weber ISBN 978-1-84150-422-3 | 226pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-479-7 | 336pp £30, $43 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Independence of the Media and its Regulatory Agencies, (The): Shedding New Light on Formal and Actual Independence against the National Context

Edited by Wolfgang Schulz, Peggy Valcke, and Kristina Irion ISBN 978-1-84150-733-0 | 224pp £25, $35.50 | HB | 2014 eBook available

Italian TV Drama and Beyond: Stories from the Soil, Stories from the Sea By Milly Buonanno

Karaoke Idols: Popular Music and the Performance of Identity By Kevin Brown

ISBN 978-1-84150-459-9 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-444-1 | 180pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Kinesthetic Empathy in Creative and Cultural Practices Edited by Dee Reynolds and Matthew Reason ISBN 978-1-84150-491-9 | 224pp £30, $43 | PB | 2011 eBook available

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Global Technological Change: From Hard Technology to Soft Technology (Second Edition) By Zhouying Jin

Far Field: Digital Culture, Climate Change and the Poles Edited by Jane Marsching and Andrea Polli

Cultural & Media studies

Fan Phenomena: Twin Peaks Edited by Marisa C. Hayes and Franck Boulégue


Looking for Marshall McLuhan in Afghanistan: iProbes and Hipstamatic iPhone Photographs By Rita Leistner

Manifesto Now!: Instructions for Performance, Philosophy, Politics Edited by Laura Cull and Will Daddario

ISBN 978-1-78320-030-6 | 144pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-005-4 | 230pp £40, $57 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Media Between Culture and Commerce Edited by Els de Bens ISBN 978-1-84150-165-9 | 256pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

Media in the Enlarged Europe: Politics, Policy and Industry Edited by Alec Charles ISBN 978-1-84150-998-3 | 240pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Method of Metaphor, The By Stanley Raffel ISBN 978-1-78320-014-6 | 140pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Media, Democracy and European Culture Edited by Ib Bondebjerg and Peter Madsen ISBN 978-1-84150-247-2 | 288pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-015-3 | 310pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

National Conversations: Public Service Media and Cultural Diversity in Europe Edited by Karina Horsti, Gunilla Hultén and Gavan Titley ISBN 978-1-78320-175-4 | 200pp £40, $57 | HB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-407-0 | 410pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Media in Europe Today Edited by Josef Trappel, Werner A. Meier, Leen d’Haenens, Jeanette Steemers and Barbara Thomass ISBN 978-1-84150-403-2 | 288pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Media, Markets & Public Spheres: European Media at the Crossroads Edited by Jostein Gripsrud and Lennart Weibull

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-305-9 | 328pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-643-2 | 196pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Misreading Postmodern Antigone: Marco Bellocchio’s Devil in the Flesh (Diavolo in Corpo) Edited by Jan Jagodzinski

Mobile Nation, The: España Cambia de Piel (1954–1964) By Tatjana Pavlovic

ISBN 978-1-84150-361-5 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Modern Argentine Masculinities Edited by Carolina Rocha

Media and Participation: A Site of IdeologicalDemocratic Struggle By Nico Carpentier

Money Talks: Media, Markets, Crisis Edited by Graham Murdock and Jostein Gripsrud ISBN 978-1-78320-405 -2 | 200pp £43, $50 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Changing Media, Changing Europe series

New Flows in Global TV By Albert Moran ISBN 978-1-84150-194-9 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-324-0 | 256pp £30, $43 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Morrissey: Fandom, Representations and Identities Edited by Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin Power ISBN 978-1-84150-596-1 | 352pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available

One for the Girls! The Pleasures and Practices of Reading Women’s Porn By Clarissa Smith ISBN 978-1-84150-164-2 | 192pp £35, $50 | HB | 2007 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-84150-401-8 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Philosophical Approaches to Communication By Claude Mangion ISBN 978-1-84150-429-2 | 338pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Propaganda of Peace, The: The Role of Media and Culture in the Northern Ireland Peace Process By Greg McLaughlin and Stephen Baker ISBN 978-1-84150-272-4 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-157-4 | 272pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Selling War Edited by Josef Seethaler, Matthias Karmasin, Gabriele Melischek and Romy Wöhlert

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-493-3 | 208pp £16, $23 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-649-4 | 180pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Press Freedom and Pluralism in Europe Edited by Andrea Czepek, Melanie Hellwig and Eva Nowak

Professionalisation of Political Communication, The Edited by Ralph Negrine, Christina Holtz-Bacha, Paolo Mancini and Stylianos Papathanassopoulos

ISBN 978-1-84150-243-4 | 308pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Queer Visibility in Post-socialist Cultures Edited by Nárcisz Fejes and Andrea P. Balogh ISBN 978-1-84150-630-2 | 272pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-159-8 | 192pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

Radio Content in the Digital Age: The Evolution of a Sound Medium Edited by Angeliki Gazi, Guy Starkey and Stanislaw Jedrzejewski ISBN 978-1-84150-423-0 | 184pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Reinventing Public Service Television for the Digital Future By Mary Debrett

Russia’s New Fin de Siècle: Contemporary Culture between Past and Present Edited by Birgit Beumers

ISBN 978-1-84150-321-9 | 256pp £30, $43 | HB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-730-9 | 200pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Signifying Europe By Johan Fornäs

Social Use of Media, The Edited by Helena Bilandzic, Geoffroy Patriarche and Paul J. Traudt

ISBN 978-1-84150-521-3 | 384pp £20, $28.50 | PB |2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-610-4 | 240pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace: A Worldwide Compendium of Postpunk and Goth in the 1980s By Andi Harriman and Marloes Bontje

Sonic Multiplicities: Hong Kong Pop and the Global Circulation of Sound and Image By Yiu Fai Chow and Jeroen de Kloet

ISBN 978-1-78320 -352-9 | 200pp £24.50, $33 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-615-9 | 178pp £16, $23 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-512-1 | 202pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un) Representability Edited by Tristanne Connolly ISBN 978-1-84150-322-6 | 316pp £30, $43 | HB | 2011 eBook available

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Reaching Audiences: Distribution and Promotion of Alternative Moving Image By Julia Knight and Peter Thomas

People’s Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet By Katrien Jacobs

Cultural & Media studies

People and Places of Nature and Culture By Rod Giblett


Sustainability, Participation and Culture in Communication: Theory and Praxis Edited by Jan Servaes ISBN 978-1-84150-661-6 | 280pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Television Courtroom Broadcasting: Distraction Effects and Eye Tracking By Paul Lambert ISBN 978-1-84150-647-0 | 200pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available 

Transnational Celebrity Activism in Global Politics Edited by Liza Tsaliki, Asteris Huliaras and Christos A. Frangonikolopoulos ISBN 978-1-84150-349-3 | 322pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

TV Format Mogul: Grundy’s Transnational Career By Albert Moran ISBN 978-1-84150-623-4 | 228pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Visual Cultures By James Elkins ISBN 978-1-84150-307-3 | 118pp £23, $33 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Wiener Chic: A Locational History of Vienna Fashion By Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner ISBN 978-1-78320-184-6 | 200pp £16, $22.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Urban Chic series

Switching to Digital Television: UK Public Policy and the Market By Michael Starks ISBN 978-1-84150-172-7 | 256pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

Three Myths of Internet Governance: Making Sense of Networks, Governance and Regulation By Richard Collins ISBN 978-1-84150-233-5 | 208pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Trends in Communication Policy Research: New Theories, Methods and Subjects Edited by Natascha Just and Manuel Puppis ISBN 978-1-84150-674-6 | 426pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Television and Criticism Edited by Solange Davin and Rhona Jackson ISBN 978-1-84150-147-5 | 128pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Towards a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS Volume 2 Edited by Nico Carpentier and Jan Servaes ISBN 978-1-84150-133-8 | 215pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2006 eBook available

Trends in Functional Programming 10 Edited by Zoltan Horvath and Viktoria Zsok ISBN 978-1-84150-405-6 | 192pp £35, $50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

TV Formats Worldwide: Localizing Global Programs Edited by Albert Moran

Visual Communication: More Than Meets the Eye By Harry Jamieson

ISBN 978-1-84150-306-6 | 336pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-141-3 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2006 eBook available

We Europeans? Media, Representations and Identities Edited by William Uricchio

Why I Buy: Self, Taste, and Consumer Society in America By Rami Gabriel

ISBN 978-1-84150-207-6 | 304pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-645-6 | 166pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

With Nature: Nature Philosophy as Poetics through Schelling, Heidegger, Benjamin and Nancy By Warwick Mules

Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education Edited by Andrew Whelan, Ruth Walker, and Christopher Moore

ISBN 978-1-84150-573-2 | 264pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments series

ISBN 978-1-84150-714-9 | 312pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available


Edited by Hannah Azieb Pool

Visual Arts

Fashion Cities Africa

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Hannah Azieb Pool is an Eritrean-born journalist, author, and commentator who has written for the Guardian, Times, Vogue, and many others. She is a regular contributor to BBC Radio and the author of the memoir My Fathers’ Daughter.

In a searing 2012 Guardian op-ed, Hannah Azieb Pool took western fashion designers to task for their so-called African-inspired clothing. ‘Dear Fashion,’ she wrote, ‘Africa is a continent, not a country. Can you imagine anyone describing a fashion trend as “European-inspired?” Of course not. It’s meaningless.’ Now, with Fashion Cities Africa, Pool aims to correct the misconceptions about African fashion, providing key context for contemporary African fashion scenes and capturing the depth and breadth of truly African fashion. Tied to the Fashion Cities Africa exhibition at the Brighton Museum, the book gives much needed attention to four key African fashion scenes: Nairobi, Lagos, Casablanca, and Johannesburg – one from each region of the continent. Filled with interviews from leading African fashion designers, stylists, and commentators, alongside hundreds of exclusive street-style images, Fashion Cities Africa is a landmark book that should be celebrated in fashion houses the world over. “Fashion Cities Africa is an impressive insight into the intricacies of contemporary fashion in four African cities. It reaffirms, what has long been argued, that style in Africa matters.” Professor Carol Tulloch, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-611-7 160 colour Illustrations 196 pp | £20/$28.50 Paperback | Spring 2016 220 x 220mm eBook available


Spellbound Rethinking the Alphabet By Craig McDaniel and Jean Robertson

ISBN: 978-1-78320-549-3 150 Illustrations 240 pp | £30/$43 Paperback | Spring 2016 220 x 220mm eBook available Craig McDaniel is a painter, author and associate dean and professor of fine arts at Indiana University’s Herron School of Art and Design. Jean Robertson is the Chancellor’s Professor of Art History at Indiana University’s Herron School of Art and Design.

Asserting that written language is on the verge of its greatest change since the advent of the printing press, visual artist Craig McDaniel and art historian Jean Robertson bring us Spellbound – a collection of heavily illustrated essays that interrogate assumptions about language and typography. Rethinking the alphabet, they argue, means rethinking human communication. Looking beyond traditional typography, the authors conceive of new languages in which encoded pictorial images offer an unparalleled fusion of art and language. In a world of constant technological innovation offered by e-books, tablets, cell phones and the Internet, McDaniel and Robertson demonstrate provocatively what it would mean to move beyond the alphabet we know to a wholly new system of written communication.

Precarious Spaces The Arts, Social and Organizational Change Edited by Katarzyna Kosmala and Miguel Imas

ISBN: 978-1-78320-593-6 73 Illustrations 220 pp | £60/$86 Hardback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Katarzyna Kosmala is a curator, writer, and professor of culture, media and visual arts at the University of the West of Scotland. Miguel Imas is a senior lecturer in organizational and social psychology at Kingston University, London, and a research associate of the London Multimedia Lab at the London School of Economics.

Precarious Spaces addresses current concerns around the instrumentality and agency of art in the context of the precarity of daily life. The book offers a survey of socially and community-engaged art practices in South America, focusing in particular on Brazil, and contributes to the debate about the possibility for change through social, environmental and ecological solutions. The chapters present a wide spectrum of contemporary social agency models with an emphasis on detailed case studies and local histories. Chapters feature critical reflections on the spaces of urban voids, derelict buildings, self-built communities such as favela, and roadside occupations. “This book presents an important and timely documentation of political and community-based art practices, focusing on Latin America, where in the past few decades the most inspiring social and political experiments have taken place.” Oliver Ressler, artist and film-maker


The “I Wish to Say” Project Edited by Sheryl Oring

Visual Arts

Activating Democracy

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Sheryl Oring is assistant professor of art at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, as well as a practising artist.

Driven by a powerful belief in the value of free expression, Sheryl Oring has for more than a decade been helping people across the US voice concerns about public affairs through her ‘I Wish to Say’ project. This book uses that project as the starting point for an exploration of a series of issues of public interest being addressed by artists today. It features essays by contributors ranging from art historians and practising artists to creators working in literature, political science, and architecture. All the contributors offer a different approach, but they share a primary goal of sparking a dialogue not just among makers of art, but among viewers, readers and the concerned public at large. The resulting volume will be an essential resource for politically engaged contemporary artists searching for innovative, cross-disciplinary ways of making and sharing art.

“Now that politics and performance art are one and the same, Sheryl Oring’s facilitation of public engagement through her Franklin Furnace Fund performance art work, ‘I Wish to Say,’ is a fitting and needed action. In this 2016 election season, I expect many folks will wish to say something to our presidential candidates!” Martha Wilson, Artist and Founding Director, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.

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ISBN: 978-1-78320-671-1 170 Illustrations 222 pp | £27/$38.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 220 x 220mm eBook available


Life at the End of Life Finding Words Beyond Words By Marcia Brennan

ISBN: 978-1-78320-697-1 24 Illustrations 200 pp | £25/$35.50 Paperback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Marcia Brennan is professor of art history and religion at Rice University.

Artist and scholar Marcia Brennan serves as Artist in Residence at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and the experience of seeing, close-up, the transitional states and trans­formational visions involved in ap­proaching end of life raised countless questions about the intersection of life, death, and art. Those questions are at the heart of this unique book. Bridging disparate fields, including art history, medical humanities, and religious studies, Life at the End of Life explores the ways in which art can provide a means for ren­dering otherwise abstract, deeply per­sonal and spiritual experiences vividly concrete and communicable, even as they remain open-ended and transcen­dent. In the face of death, suffering, and uncertainty, Brennan shows how artistic expression can offer valuable aesthetic and metaphysical avenues for understanding and for making mean­ing.

Drawing in the Design Process Characterising Industrial and Educational Practice By Pamela Schenk

ISBN: 978-1-78320-679-7 51 Illustrations 260 pp | £40/$57 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Pamela Schenk is a visiting research professor at the School of Textiles and Design, Heriot Watt University, Scotland.

In the early days of the digital revolu­tion in graphic design, many designers and teachers of design were convinced that the era of drawing on paper was over – that there would soon no longer be a place for craft-based drawing at any stage of the design process. It soon became apparent, however, that technological progress had not obviated the inherent value of draw­ing, and that, in fact, it opened up new avenues for convergent and hybrid drawing practices. This book traces the evolution of design-based drawing through analysis of a series of research projects from the 1980s to recent years that have sought to characterize the changing practices of design within various industries. Built on more than 300 interviews with design­ers, academics and design students, and an exhaustive analysis of thousands of drawings, it aims to generate discus­sion around historical and contempo­rary models of the design process. “An engaging study that provides comprehensive evidence of research into the field over a considerable period.” Paul Fieldsend-Danks, Norwich University of the Arts


Motion and Modernity Edited by Christiane Gruber

ISBN: 978-1-78320-638-4 136 colour Illustrations 272 pp | £60/$86 Hardback | Autumn 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Part of the Critical Studies in Architecture of the Middle East series

Visual Arts

Islamic Architecture on the Move

Even a casual observer can spy traces of Islamic architecture and design on buildings all over the world; a reminder that artistic traditions and visual cul­ture have never been limited to their region or country of origin, but rather are highly diffusible. This book brings together scholars from architectural studies, design, art history and other fields to challenge and expand concepts of Islamic archi­tecture. Ranging from eighteenth-cen­tury Ottoman tents to manifestations of Islamic motifs in 1960s Hawaii, this richly illustrated volume raises key questions about Islamic architecture, and, more broadly, about how we can rethink our understanding of material, artistic and cultural mobility in the modern world.

Christiane Gruber is associate professor of Islamic art in the History of Art Department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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The Theatrical Dimension of Video Image By Mathilde Roman Translated by Charles Penwarden With a preface by Mieke Bal

ISBN: 978-1-78320-580-6 38 Illustrations 120 pp | £25/$36 Paperback | Spring 2016 170 x 230mm eBook available Mathilde Roman teaches at the Pavillon Bosio, Art and Scénographie, École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la Ville de Monaco. Charles Penwarden is a Paris-based translator specializing in contemporary art.

In On Stage, Mathilde Roman explores the resonances that fields of theatre – stage, décor, space, gaze and more – have in the practice of video arts. Using these notions of theatre both as points of reference and as a prism through which video installation can be approached, Roman concentrates on questions often overlooked by art historians, theorists, and critics. These include questions of exhibition architecture, display, viewer experience, temporality and the importance of the gaze. Each chapter is articulated around analyses of video installations created by artists, from Michael Snow to Maïder Fortuné, and Dan Graham to Laurent Grasso. With a preface by Mieke Bal, On Stage is an important contribution to the fields of art, history and film studies.

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On Stage


Aesthetic Journalism: How to Inform Without Informing By Alfredo Cramerotti

Aestheticizing Public Space: Street Visual Politics in East Asian Cities By Lu Pan

ISBN 978-1-84150-268-7 | 112pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-453-3 | 274pp £35, $50 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Arts Integration in Education: Teachers and Teaching Artists as Agents of Change Edited by Gail Humphries Mardirosian and Yvonne Pelletier Lewis

Art Rules, (The): Wisdom and Guidance from Art World Experts By Paul Klein

Art & Theory After Socialism Edited by Mel Jordan and Malcolm Miles

ISBN 978-1-78320-465-6 | 135pp £16, $23 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-211-3 | 128pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Art, Community and Environment: Educational Perspectives Edited by Glen Coutts and Timo Jokela

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

Art Education in a Postmodern World: Collected Essays Edited by Tom Hardy

ISBN 978-1-84150-257-1 | 308pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-546-6 | 240pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

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

Artist Scholar: Reflections on Writing and Research By G. James Daichendt

Architecture and the Virtual By Marta Jecu ISBN 978-1-78320-194-5 | 176 pp £70, $100 | PB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-525-7 | 410pp £50, $80 | HB | 2015 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-644-9 | 96pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

artUS 2011–2012: The Collector’s Edition Edited by Paul Foss and Laurence A. Rickels ISBN 978-1-78320-002-3 | 312pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Blind, (The) Edited by Alfredo Cramerotti ISBN 978-1-84150-362-2 | 128pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-487-2 | 112pp £16, $23 | PB | 2011 eBook available

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Atomic Postcards: Radioactive Messages from the Cold War By John O’Brian and Jeremy Borsos ISBN 978-1-84150-431-5 | 208pp £35, $50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

City is Me, (The) By Rosane Araujo ISBN 978-1-84150-639-5 | 240pp £35, $50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-302-8 | 166pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Artist-Teacher: A Philosophy for Creating and Teaching By G. James Daichendt ISBN 978-1-84150-408-7 | 132pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

‘Avant-garde’ Art Groups in China, 1979–1989 By Paul Gladston ISBN 978-1-84150-715-6 | 194pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Contingency in Madagascar By Stephen Muecke and Max Pam ISBN 978-1-84150-474-2 | 176pp £30, $43 | PB | 2012 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-78320-512-7 | 220pp £30, $43 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Culture of Photography in Public Space, (The) Edited by Anne Marsh, Melissa Miles and Daniel Palmer ISBN 978-1-78320-459-5 | 200pp £35, £50 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Critical Photography series

Design for Business: Volume 3 Edited by Gjoko Muratovski ISBN 978-1-78320-543-1 | 228pp £30, $45 | PB| 2015 eBook available

Creativity in the Classroom Edited by Paul McIntosh and Digby Warren ISBN 978-1-84150-516-9 | 220pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty: Volume I Edited by Efrat Tseëlon, Ana Marta González, and Susan Kaiser ISBN 978-1-84150-648-7 | 270pp £47.50, $68 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Design for Business: Volume 1 Edited by Gjoko Muratovski

Design for Business: Volume 2 Edited by Gjoko Muratovski

ISBN 978-0-64658-590-1 | 199pp £25, $36 | HB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320 -376-5 | 200pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available

Design Integrations: Research and Collaboration Edited by Sharon Poggenpohl and Keiichi Sato

Designer, The: Half a Century of Change in Image, Training and Techniques By Rosemary Sassoon

ISBN 978-1-84150-240-3 | 304pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-195-6 | 144pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Digital Visual Culture: Theory and Practice Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen and Hazel Gardiner

Drawing: The Enactive Evolution of the Practitioner By Patricia Cain

Visual Arts

Creative Communities: Regional Inclusion and the Arts Edited by Janet McDonald and Robert Mason

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ISBN 978-1-84150-264-9 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Drawing: The Purpose Edited by Leo Duff and Phil Sawdon ISBN 978-1-84150-201-4 | 148pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Fashion and Ethics : Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty: Volume II Edited by Efrat Tseëlon ISBN 978-1-78320-213-3 | 272pp £47.50, $68 | PB | 2014

ISBN 978-1-84150-325-7 | 184pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-85150-248-9 | 112pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

Educating Artists for Future: Learning at the Intersections of Art, Science, Technology and Culture Edited by Mel Alexenberg

Engendering Interaction with Images By Audrey Grace Bennett ISBN 978-1-84150-481-0 | 168pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-191-8 | 344pp £35, $50 | HB | 2008 eBook available

Fashion as Masquerade: Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty: Volume III Edited by Efrat Tseëlon, Laini Burton, and Diana Crane ISBN 978-1-78320 -367-3 | 230pp £47.50, $68 | PB | 2014

Flesh Into Light: The Films of Amy Greenfield By Robert Haller ISBN 978-1-84150-488-9 | 192pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

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Digital Experience Design: Ideas, Industries, Interaction Edited by Linda Leung


Franklin Furnace & the Spirit of the Avant-Garde: A History of the Future By Toni Sant

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-371-4 | 160pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-624-1 | 224pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

Girls! Girls! Girls! in Contemporary Art Edited by Lori Waxman and Catherine Grant

Havana Street Style Edited by Conner Gorry and Gabriel Solomons, With photographs by Martin Tompkins

ISBN 978-1-84150-348-6 | 242pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320 -317-8 | 200 pp £22, $31.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Street Style Series

Image Critique & the Fall of the Berlin Wall By Sunil Manghani ISBN 978-1-84150-190-1 | 272pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

Images and Identity: Educating Citizenship through Visual Arts Edited by Rachel Mason and Carl-Peter Buschkuehle ISBN 978-1-84150-742-2 | 280pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Future of Art in a Postdigital Age, (The): From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness (Second Edition) By Mel Alexenberg ISBN 978-1-84150-377-6 | 192pp £35, $50 | HB | 2011 eBook available

Honolulu Street Style By Malie Moran, Attila Pohlmann and Andrew Reilly With photographs by Attila Pohlmann ISBN 978-1-78320-307-9 | 200pp £22, $31.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Street Style Series

InDEBTed to Intervene: Critical Lessons in Debt, Communication, Art, and Theoretical Practice Edited by Oliver Vodeb and Nikola Janovi Kolenc ISBN 978-1-922216-26-7 | 224pp £16, $23 | PB | 2015 eBook available

International Dialogues about Visual Culture, Education and Art Edited by Rachel Mason and Teresa Eça

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-167-3 | 280pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-536-7 | 184pp £15, $21.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Life and Death: Art and the Body in Contemporary China By Silvia Fok

Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists Edited by Sharon Louden

Marion Richardson: Her Life and Her Contribution to Handwriting By Rosemary Sassoon

ISBN 978-1-84150-626-5 | 296pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-012-2 | 219pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-543-5 | 96pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Media Poetry: An International Anthology By Eduardo Kac

Memory Fragments: Visualising Difference in Australian History By Marita Bullock

Moving the Eye Through 2-D Design: A Visual Primer By Buy Shaver

Inspiring Writing in Art and Design: Taking a Line for a Write By Pat Francis ISBN 978-1-84150-256-4 | 256pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-030-0 | 224pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-553-4 | 208pp £35, $50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-363-9 | 157pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available


ISBN 978-1-84150-708-8 | 132pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2013 eBook available

On Perfection: An Artists’ Symposium Edited by Jo Longhurst ISBN 978-1-84150-710-1 | 395pp £60, $85.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Critical Photography series

Photography and Landscape By Rod Giblett and Juha Tolonen ISBN 978-1-84150-472-8 | 142pp £30, $43 | PB | 2012 eBook available

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ISBN 978-1-78320-033-7 | 576pp £125, $178.50 | HB | 2013 ISBN 978-1-78320-032-0 £45, $64.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Reading Bande Dessinée: Critical Approaches to French-language Comic Strip By Ann Miller ISBN 978-1-84150-177-2 | 272pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

Research in Art & Design Education Edited by Richard Hickman ISBN 978-1-84150-199-4 | 192pp £30, $43 | HB | 2008 eBook available

Neosentience: The Benevolence Engine By Bill Seaman and Otto Rössler

ISBN 978-1-84150-460-5 | 192pp £45, $64.50 | HB | 2011 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-404-9 | 176pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Perform, Repeat, Record: Live Art in History Edited by Amelia Jones and Adrian Heathfield

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

ISBN 978-1-84150-489-6 | 650pp £50, $71.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Photography, Narrative, Time: Imaging our Forensic Imagination By Greg Battye ISBN 978-1-78320-177-8 | 200pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Critical Photography series

Public Spheres After Socialism Edited by Angela Harutyunyan, Kathrin Horschelmann and Malcolm Miles ISBN 978-1-84150-212-0 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2008 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-562-6 | 158pp £30, $43 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Picturing Immigration: Photojournalistic Representation of Immigrants in Greek and Spanish Press By Athanasia Batziou ISBN 978-1-84150-519-0 | 152pp £40, $57 | HB | 2011 eBook available

Re-Imagining the City: Art, Globalization and Urban Spaces Edited by Elizabeth Grierson and Kristen Sharp ISBN 978-1-84150-731-6 | 213pp £35, $50 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Readings in Primary Art Education Edited by Steve Herne, Sue Cox and Robert Watts

Recording Memories from Political Violence: A Filmmaker’s Journey By Cahal McLaughlin

ISBN 978-1-84150-242-7 | 256pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2009 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-301-1 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Robert Frank’s ‘The Americans’: The Art of Documentary Photography By Jonathan Day

Searching for Art’s New Publics Edited by Jeni Walwin

ISBN 978-1-84150-315-8 | 200pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-311-0 | 160pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

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Piercing Time: Paris after Marville and Atget 1865–2012 By Peter Sramek

Narrating the Catastrophe: An Artist’s Dialogue with Deleuze and Ricoeur By Jac Saorsa

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Nanoart: The Immateriality of Art By Paul Thomas


Shanghai Street Style By Toni Johnson-Woods and Vicki Karaminas ISBN 978-1-841505-38-1 | 168pp £22, $31.50 | PB | 2013 eBook available Part of the Street Style Series

Softimage: Towards a New Theory of the Digital Image By Ingrid Hoelzl and Remi Marie ISBN 978-1-78320-503-5 | 154pp £25, $36 | PB | 2015 eBook available

Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture Edited by Judith Rugg and Craig Martin ISBN 978-1-84150-468-1 | 240pp £30, $43 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Streets of Crocodiles: Photography, Media, and Postsocialist Landscapes in Poland By Katarzyna Marciniak and Kamil Turowski

Sydney Street Style By Toni Johnson-Woods, Vicki Karaminas and Justine Taylor With photographs by Kate Disher-Quill

ISBN 978-1-84150-365-3 | 144pp £30, $43 | PB | 2010 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320 -314 -7 | 156pp £22 , $31.50 | PB | 2015 eBook available Part of the Street Style Series

Theater of War Edited by Meredith Davenport

Truth or Dare: Art and Documentary Edited by Gail Pearce and Cahal McLaughlin

Uncommon Goods: Global Dimensions of the Readymade By Jaimey Hamilton Faris

ISBN 978-1-84150-175-8 | 144pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-572-5 | 222pp £16, $23 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Vanishing Points: Articulations of Death, Fragmentation, and the Unexperienced Experience of Created Objects By Natasha Chuk

Videogames and Art Edited by Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell

ISBN 978-1-78320-180-8 | 125pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available Part of the Critical Photography series

Unmapping the City: Perspectives of Flatness Edited by Alfredo Cramerotti ISBN 978-1-84150-316-5 | 128pp £20, $28.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Videogames and Art: Second Edition Edited by Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell ISBN 978-1-84150-419-3 | 450pp £40, $57 | PB | 2013 eBook available

Why We Make Art and Why it is Taught (Second Edition) By Richard Hickman ISBN 978-1-84150-378-3 | 176pp £15, $21.50 | PB | 2010 eBook available

Technology and Desire: The Transgressive Art of Moving Images By Rania Gafaar and Martin Schulz ISBN 978-1-84150-461-2 | 192pp £30, $43 | PB | 2014 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-84150-142-0 | 283pp £35, $50 | HB | 2007 eBook available

ISBN 978-1-78320-476-2 | 196pp £56, $80 | HB | 2015 eBook available

Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition: Curatorial Design for the Multimedial Museum By Vince Dziekan ISBN 978-1-84150-476-6 | 176pp £25, $35.50 | PB | 2011 eBook available

Why Would Anyone Wear That?: Fascinating Fashion Facts By Ceila E. Stall-Meadows Illustrated by Leslie Stall Widener ISBN 978-1-84150-727-9 | 84pp £10, $14.50 | PB | 2012 eBook available

Who’s Who in Research: Visual Arts ISBN 978-1-84150-495-7 | 400pp £90, $128.50 | HB | 2012 eBook available

Writing on Drawing: Essays on Drawing Practice and Research Edited by Steve Garner ISBN 978-1-84150-604-3 | 193pp £16, $23 | PB | 2012 eBook available


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