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Celia Lam <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 18 Jun 2020 10:25:33 +0000
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Celebrity Studies Journal Anniversary Celebrations

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Celebrity Studies Journal, which launched in 2010.

To celebrate this milestone, ten celebrity studies scholars have been invited to reflect on their own journeys in celebrity studies, and comment on transformations in the field since the journal's inception.

We are excited to announce the following lineup of scholars:

  *   January - Pramod K. Nayar (University of Hyderabad)
  *   February - Hannah Hamad (Cardiff University)
  *   March - Erin Meyers (Oakland University) and  Joshua Gamson (University of San Francisco)
  *   April - Melanie Kennedy (University of Leicester)
  *   May - P David Marshall (Deakin University)
  *   June - Milly Williamson (Goldsmiths, University of London)
  *   July - Misha Kavka (University of Amsterdam)
  *   August - Jo Littler (City University of London)
  *   September - Lucy Bolton (Queen Mary University of London)
  *   October - Sean Redmond (Deakin University)

Check out our fifth audio piece with Milly Williamson here<>.

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Dr Celia Lam

Assistant Professor in Media and Cultural studies

Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Exchange

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

School of International Communications

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Room 337, Trent Building

199 Taikang East Road

Ningbo 315100

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Recent publications

(2019) Aussie Fans: Uniquely Placed in Global Popular Culture<>. University of Iowa Press (edited volume)

(2019) Our Aussie Divas: Interrogating Australian Identity through Audience Reactions to Australia's Eurovision Entrants, chapter in Eurovision and Australia<>, Palgrave Macmillan

(2019)'True bromance: the authenticity behind the Stewart/McKellen relationship<>', Celebrity Studies Journal

(2018) International TV series distribution on Chinese digital platforms: Marketing strategies and audience engagement <> , Global Media and China
(2018) Personas and Places: Negotiating Myths, Stereotypes and National Identities<>, WaterHill Publishing (edited volume)
(2018) Disassembling the Celebrity Figure: Credibility and the Incredible<>, Brill (edited volume)
(2018) ‘Grant’ing a voice: the representation, activity and agency of Stan Grant<>, Celebrity Studies Journal available as eprint<>
(2018) 'Representing (real) Australia: Australia’s Eurovision entrants, diversity and Australian identity<>', Celebrity Studies Journal available as eprint<>
(2018) 'X-Men bromance: film, audience and promotion'<>, Celebrity Studies Journal available as eprint<>

(2017) 'The function of hosts: enabling fan–celebrity interactions at pop culture conventions<>', Continuum available as eprint <>


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