Recent publications and articles in preparation
  • Mitchell, C. & & Lewis, P.M. (2018) ‘Community Radio and Transnational Identities’. In Föllmer, G. & Badenoch, A. (eds) Transnationalizing Radio Research: New Approaches to an Old Medium. Bielefeld, Germany: transcript Verlag.
  • Lewis, P.M. (2015) ‘Community media policy’. In Atton, C. (ed) The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. pp.179-188. London & New York: Routledge. 
  • Harding, J. (2019) ‘Public feeling: the entanglement of media, emotion and technology in the 2011 riots’ in R. Patulny, S. Khorana, R. Olson, A. Bellocchi, J. McKenzie and M. Peterie (eds) Emotions in Late Modernity, New York: Routledge. 209-222.  
  • Harding, J. (2019) ‘Section 28: a defining moment for the family and LGBTQ+ activism in Britain’ in S. Parks (ed) Resistant Bodies: Essays on Activism in a Globalized World, New York: Routledge. (in press). 
  • Harding, J., Parks, S., Pauszek, J. and Pollard, N. (2018) ‘Alliances, Assemblages, and Affects: Three Moments of Building Collective Working Class Literacies’, College Composition and Communication, CCC 70:1, September 2018. 
  • McNally, K. (2017) ‘Featuring the Nicholas Brothers: Spectacle, Structure and Racial Interventions in the Hollywood Musical’ in Marguerite Chabrol and Pierre-Olivier Toulza (eds.), Star Turns in Hollywood MusicalsDijon: Presses du Réelpp. 80-97. 
  • McNally, K. (2019)  ‘Beyond the Performance: Ida Lupino and the American Business of Show’ in Phillip Sipiora (ed.), The Films of Ida Lupino. New York: Bloomsbury Press. (In press). 
  • McNally, K. (2019) ‘“Play real pretty for the people”: Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr. and Racial Politics in Hollywood’s Post-War Jazz Musicals’ in Pierre-Olivier Toulza and Aurélie Ledoux, The Politics of Hollywood MusicalsParis: Presses de Paris Nanterre (Forthcoming 2019). 
  • McNally, K. (2019) The Legacy of Mad Men: Cultural History, Intermediality and American Television, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (2019) 
  • Baldwin, J. (2015) ‘“Self-Immolation by Technology”: Jean Baudrillard and the Posthuman in Film and Television’ in Michael Hauskeller et al, (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Posthumanism in Film and Television. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 
  • Baldwin, J. (2015) ‘Baudrillard and Neoliberalism’,International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, 12 (2). 
  • Baldwin, J. (2015) ‘Posthumanist Panic Cinema? The films of Andrew Niccol’, Cinema, Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image 7.  
  • Baldwin, J. (2018) ‘In Digital We Trust’: Bitcoin Discourse, Digital Currencies, and Decentralised Network Fetishism’. Palgrave Communications 4 (14). 
  • Sloane, W. (2019) ‘Cosmopolitan Russia: A story of survival’ to be published in British Journalism Review, autumn. 
  • French, F., Gupfinger, R., Webber, S. and Zamansky, A. (2019). ZooJamming: Designing Beyond Human Experience
  • French, F., Gupfinger, R. and Kendrick, P. (2018). SoundJam 2018: Acoustic Design For Auditory Enrichment
  • French, F., Zamansky, A., Baskin, S., Nannoni, E., Wallace, B. and David Cheok, A. (2017). FarmJam 2017: Designing Enrichment for Farm Animals. 
 
 
 
 
 
Book cover for The Legacy of Mad Men by Dr Karen McNally

Recent book publication by Dr Karen McNally

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