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Items where Subject is "Television studies"

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2009

Sabin, Roger and Gibb, Jane (2009) Who Loves Ya, David Simon? Notes towards placing The Wire’s depiction of African-Americans in the context of American TV crime drama. Darkmatter. pp. 1-14. ISSN 2041-3254

Sabin, Roger and Gibb, Jane (2009) Wire: ‘Social science fiction’ or genre fiction? In: The Wire as Social Science Fiction Conference, July 2009, Leeds University, UK. (Unpublished)

Anderson, Sal and Matthews, Peter (2009) Potential clinical insights generated through the process of interdisciplinary science/art collaboration. European Psychiatry: 17th EPA Congress - Lisbon, Portugal, January 2009, Abstract book, 24 (Supp.1). S154-S154. ISSN 0924-9338

2011

Sabin, Roger (2011) The Wire: dramatising the crisis in journalism. Journalism Studies, 12 (2). pp. 139-155. ISSN 1461670X/14699699

Cefai, Sarah and Maria Elena, Indelicato (2011) No Such Thing as Standard Beauty: Intersectionality and Embodied Feeling on America's Next Top Model. Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge, 24. ISSN 1445-0445

2014

Macdonald, Iain (2014) Cultural Change in the Creative Industries: a case study of BBC Graphic Design from 1990-2011. Visual Communication, 13 (1). pp. 31-49. ISSN 14703572

Emre Cetin, Berfin (2014) The "Politicization" of Turkish Television Dramas. International Journal of Communication, 8. pp. 2462-2483. ISSN 1932-8036

Betts, Liza (2014) Working Class Masculinity and Fashion: David Beckham, Del Boy and the Representation of Taste. Film, Fashion and Consumption, 3 (3). pp. 211-226. ISSN 2044-2823

Ball, Steven and Elwes, Catherine (2014) David Hall (1937-2014). Moving Image Review & Art Journal MIRAJ, 3 (2). p. 308. ISSN 20456298

2016

October, Dene (2016) "That's Not Right": Television, History and Education in Doctor Who During the Hartnell Era. In: New Worlds, Terrifying Monsters, Impossible Things: Exploring the Contents and Contexts of Doctor Who. PopMatters. ISBN 978-1-4835652-0-0

Kelland, Dean (2016) Flawed Masculinities: “Rupturing” 1950s/60s/70s British TV Sitcom via a Performance-led Interdisciplinary Arts Practice. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

2017

October, Dene (2017) Doctor Who and History: Critical Essays on Imagining the Past. McFarland, North Carolina. ISBN 978-1-4766-6656-3

October, Dene (2017) Journeys through Cathay: Remediation and Televisuality in “Marco Polo”. In: Doctor Who and History. McFarland, North Carolina, pp. 13-34. ISBN 978-1-4766-6656-3

October, Dene (2017) An adventure in English Space and Time: Sound as Experience in Doctor Who. In: Mad Dogs and Englishness: popular music and English identities. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781501311277

Betts, Liza (2017) Costuming the Everyday: Interview with James Keast. Film, Fashion and Consumption, 6 (1). pp. 25-48. ISSN 20442823

2018

Weiner, Nathaniel (2018) ‘Put on your boots and Harrington!’: The ordinariness of 1970s UK punk dress. Punk & Post Punk, 7 (2). pp. 181-202. ISSN 20441983

October, Dene (2018) Black Archive: Marco Polo. Obverse Books. ISBN 1909031674

October, Dene (2018) “A Change of Identity”: The First Doctor, Costume and the Perils of Time Travel. In: Critical Costume 2018, 12-14 September 2018, University of Surrey, Guildford School of Acting.

October, Dene (2018) Hit or Miss? Fan Responses to the Regenderation of the Master. In: Doctor Who - Twelfth Night: Adventures in Time and Space with Peter Capaldi. Who Watching . I B Tauris. ISBN 9781788313636

Betts, Liza (2018) Costume in Literature: What do television adaptations of modern literature 'write' on the body via the clothing used as costume? In: Culture, Costume and Dress; Proceedings of the first international conference. Birmingham City University. 10-12 May 2017. Gold Word Publishing, Birmingham/Shanghai, pp. 32-37. ISBN 978-1-909379-26-8

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