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Brady Hammond <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 13 Nov 2013 08:20:05 +1000
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**Apologies for cross posting**

The Cultural Report Section of the journal of *Celebrity Studies* is
seeking papers that examine and explore celebrity and fame in focus areas
that are traditionally marginalized. This is because celebrity is a
worldwide phenomenon and no population or culture is too small to produce,
circulate and consume fame. Too often these cultures do not get explored.

The editor of the Cultural Report seeks papers of 2,500 words in length
that approach the movement of celebrity and fame outside of dominant
Western contexts and cultures.  Suggested topics include, but are not
limited to:

Movement of celebrity in the:

                Middle East

                Latin America

                Eastern Europe

                African Nations

                Asia including Afghanistan, China, India, Pakistan, Japan

Marginal and minoritarian celebrity figures

Indigenous cultures

Peripheral star and celebrity case studies

This is an open call for papers with no set deadline mandated. All accepted
papers will be blind peer reviewed. The style guidelines can be found at
the following URLs: and

For enquiries, submissions, and further information please email Brady
Hammond at: [log in to unmask]

Brady Hammond

Editor of the Cultural Report Section, *Celebrity Studies*

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