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Celebrity Culture and Social Inquiry – 8th Edition

November 26, 2014

Dear Readers,

We are reaching the end of the year, but bringing new promises and sophisticated understandings of media and celebrity culture.  We welcome new readers and thank all writers, thinkers, educators, and artists who have been an integral part of our journey.

On behalf of the Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) board, I am pleased to announce that the 8th edition of Celebrity Culture and Social Inquiry has been published.

Highlights include:

– Guidelines for Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) Conference Panel or Workshop (Deadline: November 30, 2014)

– Multi-media Stardom in Hong Kong: Image, Performance and Identity (Routledge 2014)

– Exhibition-Conference on The Stardom and Celebrity of David Bowie 1965—2015 (Deadline: February 1, 2015)

– Persona Studies – Inaugural Issue (Deadline: December 8, 2014)

– Queering Paradigms (Deadline: November 30, 2014)

You may now access the newsletter for printing or review here.

If you would like to subscribe, discuss scholarly publications / creative productions, or share contributions with our growing research network, contact us at info@cmc-centre.com.  Visit our website and send an e-mail for criteria and details.

We are proud of your contributions and look forward to supporting the progress of your work.

With best wishes,

Dr. Samita Nandy and Board
Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS)

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 and popular arts. 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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