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Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies – Vol.3 2014

September 28, 2014


On behalf of the Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS), I am pleased to released the Fall edition of the newsletter ‘Celebrity Culture & Social Inquiry’ Vol. 4.

Highlights include:

• Dr Mira Moshe’s anthology The Emotions Industry featured on Nova Publishers home page under the “What’s Special for September” section. Relations between fame and emotions theorized in Chapter 12.
• Dr Nandana Bose’s latest contributions in celebrity studies and Bollywood stardom
• Dr Anita Krajnc raises $36,000 in 3 weeks for mass education and activism
• Critical and inspirational talk on the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
• CFP: From Robson Green to Sean Bean: Mapping Northern Stardom on Popular British Television
• CFP: Be your selfie: identity, aesthetics and power in digital self-representation
• CFP: Consuming/Culture: Women and Girls in Print and Pixels
• Cary Grant Comes Home For the Weekend Festival | 11-12 October 2014 | Bristol, UK
• Stardom and Fandom panel
• Teaching with selfies: new Creative Commons syllabus
• Doctoral Survey – Kim Kardashian: Hollywood
• Industrial Approaches to Media: A Methodological Gateway to Industry Studies

You can now access the newsletter for printing or review here:

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Stay tuned for the call of our international conference, publications and creative productions – not to be missed!

Samita Nandy


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