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Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television, and the fashioning of the self (2019)
Journal Article
Kleinecke-Bates, I. (2019). Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television, and the fashioning of the self. Journal of Popular Television, 7(2), 217-234. https://doi.org/10.1386/jptv.7.2.217_1

Mad Men utilises television, quotes, and contemplates and negotiates its role to the extent that the show is also about television, mediating it as diegetic and non-diegetic, within and without, deliberately returning to the medium’s early days in me... Read More about Television style/stylish television: Mad Men, television, and the fashioning of the self.

Book review: Manga and Anime Go to Hollywood: The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film (2018)
Journal Article
Hernandez-Perez, M. (2018). Book review: Manga and Anime Go to Hollywood: The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film. Animation : an interdisciplinary journal, 13(3), 252-254. doi:10.1177/1746847718799406

Book review: Manga and Anime Go to Hollywood: The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film

The religious geography of Marvell’s “An Horatian Ode”: popery, presbytery, and parti-coloured picts (2018)
Journal Article
Mottram, S. (2018). The religious geography of Marvell’s “An Horatian Ode”: popery, presbytery, and parti-coloured picts. Seventeenth Century, 33(4), 441-461. https://doi.org/10.1080/0268117X.2018.1484636

Marvell’s “Ode” (1650) is an English poem about a British problem – a problem further problematized by religion. The “Ode” lauds Cromwell’s Irish and Scottish campaigns, but English responses to these “colonial” wars were in reality complicated by pr... Read More about The religious geography of Marvell’s “An Horatian Ode”: popery, presbytery, and parti-coloured picts.

Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats (2016)
Journal Article
Skinner, A. (2016). Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 36(3), (257-268). doi:10.1080/14682761.2016.1225184. ISSN 1468-2761

Soviet socialist realism is frequently constructed as the death knell of the Russian avant-garde. The combination of vague instructions (mainly concerning the required effect of the work, rather than its formal construction) with severe consequences... Read More about Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats.