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On behalf of the Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) board, we
are pleased to announce that the February 2016 edition of *Celebrity
Culture and Social Inquiry* (Vol. 24) has been published.

*The February 2016 edition includes*:


   *3rd International CMCS Conference* *Bridging Gaps: What are the media,
   publicists and celebrities selling?*
   Accepted delegates are encouraged to complete early bird registration by
   Monday, February 29, 2016. Guidelines to short listed candidates will be
   sent shortly.


   *3rd International Celebrity Studies Conference: Authenticating

   Early bird registration available at


*CFP 4th International Fan Studies Network Conference 2016 *
   Deadline: Sunday, February 28, 2016


   *Call for Contributors:* *Hooray for Hollywood: A Cultural Encyclopedia
   of America’s Dream Factory*


   *CFP* National Populists: Right-wing Celebrity Politicians in
   Contemporary Europe (Special Issue of Celebrity Studies)


   *Special Editions* “The Blond Issue” and “Fifty Shades of Grey"


*Media Coverage  *
   Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) has been covered for
   informed opinions on BBC, Jimmy Kimmel Live show, and the Snoop Dogg
   petition in Humber News.


*PhD Career Tips and Events *

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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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