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Sean Redmond <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 10 Mar 2015 23:04:30 +0000
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Volume 6, Issue 1: Celebrity Studies
Special Issue: Audiences for stardom and celebrity
Editorial, Martin Barker, Su Holmes & Sarah Ralph:

Audiences for stardom and celebrity<>

Andreas Widholm & Karin Becker:
Celebrating with the celebrities: television in public space during two royal weddings<>

Sarah Ralph:
Using stars, not just 'reading' them: the roles and functions of film stars in mother-daughter relations<>

Ana Jorge:
'Cristiano Ronaldo is cheap chic, Twilight actors are special': young audiences of celebrities, class and locality
Sofia Johansson:
Celebrity culture and audiences: a Swedish case study <>
Tom Phillips:
Wrestling with grief: fan negotiation of professional/private personas in responses to the Chris Benoit double murder-suicide
Amanda K. Kehrberg:
'I love you, please notice me': the hierarchical rhetoric of Twitter fandom
Su Holmes, Sarah Ralph, & Sean Redmond: <> <> <>
Swivelling the spotlight: stardom, celebrity and 'me'

Cultural Report

Samita Nandy:
Theatre, performance, and memories in fame

Forum Special: Feminism and Contemporary Celebrity Culture
Hannah Hamad & Anthea Taylor:
Introduction: feminism and contemporary celebrity culture
Nathalie  Weidhase:
'Beyoncé feminism' and the contestation of the black feminist body
Jessalynn & Jessica Ringrose:
'But then feminism goes out the window!': exploring teenage girls' critical response to celebrity feminism<>

Shelley Cobb:
Is this what a feminist looks like? Male celebrity feminists and the postfeminist politics of 'equality'<>

Plus some wonderful book reviews:

Best wishes,

 Sean & Su

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