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Dr Samita Nandy <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 9 Jul 2015 09:06:49 -0400
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*Apologies for cross-posting*

On behalf of the Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) board, I am
pleased to announce that the July 2015 edition of *Celebrity Culture and
Social Inquiry* has been published.  We are also thrilled to announce that
the edited book *Bridging Gaps: Higher Education, Media and Society *is now
available. This book contains chapters authored by selected delegates at
the inaugural CMCS international conference series that was held in Toronto
in May. Published by WaterHill Publishing, the book includes Stephanie
Patrick’s chapter on celebrity public relations and journalism that
received the  best paper award at the conference.

*Highlights of the July 2015 issue include*:


   *Bridging Gaps: Higher Education, Media and Society*
   Robert Caine, Hilary Wheaton and Louis Massey (eds.)


   *Public and Private in Mobile Communications*
   José Ricardo Carvalheiro & Ana Serrano Tellería (eds.)


   *Celebrity Studies Questions and Answers*


*3rd International Celebrity Studies Conference: Authenticating Celebrity *

   *Stardom and Celebrity of David Bowie* symposium


*International Journal of Cultural Studies - Celebrities and Advocacy *

   *Porn Studies*

*Special Issue: Inside Gonzo Porn  *

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*The Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) is an international
organization and research network that helps coordinating academic research
and media commentaries on celebrity culture. CMCS carries a pedagogical
philosophy that inspires integration of research and media skills training
in academic and public discourses of fame.  The centre believes in
intellectual, aesthetic, and ethical values of bridging gaps in higher
education and media. With this view, CMCS helps coordinating research,
publications, creative productions, and media commentaries to restore
artistic and ethical acts for social change.*

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