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Melanie Kennedy <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 8 Jan 2021 17:59:52 +0000
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This is a reminder ongoing open call for *Feminist Media Studies*
Commentary and Criticism.

The Commentary and Criticism section of *Feminist Media Studies* aims to
publish brief (~1500 words) timely responses to current issues in feminist
media culture, for an international readership. Essays may pose a
provocation, describe work in progress, or propose areas for future study.
We will also consider contributions that depart from traditional academic
formats. We encourage all submissions to strategically mobilise critique to
also offer a productive contribution to both feminist politics and media
studies. Submissions must go beyond mere description in order to be
considered for publication in Commentary and Criticism.

*Essays for Commentary and Criticism should be submitted to ScholarOne via
the journal’s website.*

Commentary and Criticism also publishes book, film and event reviews of
~1000 words. *For review submissions and enquiries, please email the
Associate Editors Dr Safiya Umoja Noble ([log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>) and Dr Melanie Kennedy ([log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>).* Reviews should *not* be submitted via ScholarOne.

Please be sure to follow the *Feminist Media Studies* style and referencing
guides, which can be found here

*Dr Melanie Kennedy (SFHEA)*

*Lecturer in Media and Communication*

School of Media, Communication and Sociology, University of Leicester,
House, 132 New Walk, Leicester, LE1 7JA

Tel: 0116 223 1624


Associate Editor, Commentary and Criticism for *Feminist Media Studies*

*Latest publication *‘*If the rise of the TikTok dance and e-girl aesthetic
has taught us anything, it’s that teenage girls rule the internet right
now’: TikTok celebrity, girls and the Coronavirus crisis*, *European
Journal of Cultural Studies* (2020) available here

*New books** The Wedding Spectacle Across Contemporary Media and Culture:
Something Old, Something New *(London: Routledge, 2020) available here

*And **Tweenhood: Femininity and Celebrity in Tween Popular Culture* (London:
IB Tauris, 2019) available here

Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite