Just a quick email to alert British film/media scholars to Manchester University Press’s summer sale, which features HAMMER AND BEYOND by Peter Hutchings and edited by me, at 50% off the RRP, i.e. £10.
Thanks to everyone who has shown this project support so far.
Johnny Walker PhD FHEA
Vice Chair (Acting), British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies<http://baftss.org/>
AHRC Leadership Fellow, Raising Hell: British Horror Film of the 1980s and 1990s<http://www.drjohnnywalker.co.uk/raising-hell.html>.
Department of Arts,
Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences,
Rewind, Replay: Britain and the Video Boom, 1978-92<https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-rewind-replay.html> (Edinburgh University Press, 2022)
“Activist Horror Film: The Genre as Tool for Change<https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/PVBVCS7ND3PKT6TMVMYA/full?target=10.1080%2F17400309.2022.2036523&fbclid=IwAR04BxzHDWC-8o8AP27j6fWO4nj_h0czlqaosoeHqnszKh7S8edeLgkPqf8>”, New Review of Film and Television Studies (2022)
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