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Celebrity Studies

Volume 2, Issue 3 is now available online! Visit the website
<>  to see the full table of contents, including free
access to the following articles:


Articulating Digital Stardom <>  by Barry King
Harry Potter and the Paradoxical Critique of Celebrity Culture
<>  by Trevor Parry-Giles

Michael Jackson's 1992 Concert in Bucharest: Transforming a Star into a
Saint <>  by Mihai Coman


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drawing upon a range of (inter)disciplinary approaches, media forms,
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