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Cultures and Identities List

Belonging and community on all scales from the local to the transnational 

Selected Publications

Banaji, S (In Press) 'Melodramatic Appropriations: Hindi Films and their Audiences in Europe'. In: L Jordan and K Bhaumik (eds) The Indian Cinema Book, London: British Film Institute.

Banaji, S (2012) 'Bollywood' Adolescents: Young Viewers Discuss Childhood, Class and Hindi Films'. In: B Benwell, J Proctor and G Robinson (eds) Postcolonial Audiences Readers, Viewers and Reception|, London, New Delhi and New York: Routledge.

Chouliaraki, L (2013) The Ironic Spectator: Solidarity in the Age of Post-Humanitarianism|, Cambridge: Polity

Chouliaraki, L (2013) Liberal ethics and the spectacle of war.| In: N Couldry, M Madianou and A Pinchevski (eds.) The Ethics of Media. London: Palgrave, pp. 136-160.

Couldry, N (2010) Why Voice Matters: Culture and Politics After Neoliberalism|.London: Sage

Couldry, N and Hepp, A (2012) 'Media Cultures in a Global Age|: A Transcultural approach to an expanded spectrum'. In I Volkmer (ed.) Handbook of Global Media Research. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, pp.92-109.

Georgiou, M (2012) 'Between strategic nostalgia and banal nomadism: Explorations of Transnational Subjectivity among Arab Audiences'|. International Journal of Cultural Studies, iFirst

Georgiou, M (2012) 'Media, Diaspora and the Transnational Context: Cosmopolitanizing Cross-National Comparative Research?'| In: I Volkmer (ed.) Handbook of Global Media Research. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.

Meng, B (2009) 'Who wants democracy if we can pick our favorite girl?: Super Girl as media spectacle'|Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(3), 257–272.

Orgad, S (2012) Media Representation and the Global Imagination|. Cambridge: Polity.

Orgad, S (2011) 'Proper distance from ourselves: The potential for estrangement in the mediapolis'|International Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(4): 401-421.

Rantanen, T (2012) 'In  Nationalism We Trust?'| In: M Castells, J Caraça, and G Cardoso (eds.) Aftermath: The Cultures of the Economic Crisis.| Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rantanen, T (2010) Methodological inter-nationalism in comparative media research: flow studies in international communication.| In: A Roosvall and I Salovaara-Moring (eds.) Communicating the nation: national topografies of global media landscapes. Nordicom Publications, Gothenburg.

Willems, W (2013) Zimbabwe will never be a colony again: changing celebratory styles and meanings of independence.| Anthropology Southern Africa.

Willems, W (2013) Producing loyal citizens and entertaining volatile subjects: imagining audience agency in colonial Rhodesia and post-colonial Zimbabwe.| In: R Butsch and S Livingstone (eds.) Meanings of audiences: comparative discourses. Routledge, Abingdon.

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