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Celia Lam <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 11 Mar 2019 20:38:26 -0500
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Celebrity Studies Journal Issue 10.1 is now available online 

Special issue editors Ana Cristina Mendes and Lisa Perrott have gathered a range of articles exploring David Bowie and his influence on a variety of arenas including celebrity studies, fashion, academic fandom, and the transmedial.

See below for the list of articles, and check out the full papers online at 

Constellating stardom, Berlin-style: Bowie, Christiane F, Hedi Slimane
Susan Ingram

Football, fashion and unpopular culture: David Bowie’s influence on Liverpool Football Club casuals 1976-79
Mairi MacKenzie

Celebrity conferences as confessional spaces: the aca-fan memory traces of David Bowie’s stardom
Toija Cinque

Is Bowie our Kierkegaard? : A theory of Agency in Fandom
Amedeo D’Adamo

‘Oh man, I need TV when I got T. Rex’: Bowie and Bolan’s otherworldly carnivalesque intermediality
Alison Blair

Telling lies: the interviews of David Bowie
Elizabeth McCarthy

Transition transmission: media, seriality and the Bowie-Newton matrix
Dene October

Time is out of joint: the transmedial hauntology of David Bowie
Lisa Perrott

‘Look up here, I’m in heaven’: how visual and performance artist David Jones called attention to his physical death
Gareth Schott

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