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"Barclay, Greig" <[log in to unmask]>
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Routledge are pleased to announce the publication of Celebrity Studies
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Celebrity Studies , edited by Su Holmes (University of East Anglia, UK)
and Sean Redmond (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) is
currently accepting manuscripts for this exciting new titles. The
journal which focuses on the critical exploration of celebrity, stardom
and fame seeks to make sense of celebrity by drawing upon a range of
(inter)disciplinary approaches, media forms, historical periods and
national contexts. Celebrity Studies aims to address key issues in the
production, circulation and consumption of fame, and its manifestations
in both contemporary and historical contexts, while functioning as a key
site for academic debate about the enterprise of celebrity studies
itself. Alongside the primary articles, the journal will include a
'blog' section devoted to shorter observations, debates or issues in
celebrity culture, in conjunction with book reviews and conference
For details on how to submit a paper to this exciting new journal please
visit the call for papers site at:
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further information regarding Celebrity Studies and how to subscribe
Greig Barclay
Routledge Journals
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