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Future Radio Programming Strategies: Cultivating Listenership in the Digital Age

by David MacFarland

Broadcasting courses (undergrad); also may appeal to professionals (programmers, station managers, on-air people)


Too Much Too Young: Popular Music Age and Gender

by Sheila Whiteley

Too Much Too Young investigates how age and gender have shaped the careers and images of pop music stars, examining the role of youth and youthfulness in pop music through a series of themed case studies.

Whiteley...


Rethinking Dance History: A Reader

by Alexandra Carter

By taking a fresh approach to the study of history in general, Alexandra Carter's Rethinking Dance History offers new perspectives on important periods in dance history and seeks to address some of the gaps...


Movie Blockbusters

by Julian Stringer

Big-budget, spectacular films designed to appeal to a mass audience: is this what - or all - blockbusters are? Movie Blockbusters brings together writings from key film scholars, including Douglas Gomery, Peter...


Making an Entrance: Theory and Practice for Disabled and Non-Disabled Dancers

by Adam Benjamin

Making an Entrance is the first ever practical introduction to teaching dance with disabled and non disabled students. This clearly written, thought provoking and hugely enjoyable manual is essential reading...


World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Africa

by Ousmane Diakhate, Hansel Ndumbe Eyoh & Don Rubin

Now available in paperback for the first time this edition of the World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre series examines theatrical developments in Africa since 1945. Entries on thirty-two African countries...


Action TV: Tough-Guys, Smooth Operators and Foxy Chicks

by Anna Gough-Yates, Bill Osgerby & Anna Gough Yates

From re-runs of 'TV classics' like The Avengers or Starsky and Hutch, to soundtracks, club nights and film remakes such as Mission Impossible II, the action series is enjoying a popular revival. Yet little attention...


Wild Science: Reading Feminism, Medicine and the Media

by Janine Marchessault & Kim Sawchuk

Wild Science investigates the world-wide boom in 'health culture'. While self-help health books and medical dramas are popular around the globe, we are bombarded with daily media images of DNA research, and...


The Radical in Performance: Between Brecht and Baudrillard

by Baz Kershaw

The Radical in Performance investigates the crisis in contemporary theatre, and celebrates the subversive in performance. It is the first full-length study to explore the link between a western theatre which,...


Post-Colonial Cultures in France

by Alec Hargreaves & Mark McKinney

Ethnic minorities, principally from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and the surviving remnants of France's overseas empire, are increasingly visible in contemporary France. Post-Colonial Cultures in France edited...


An Intimate Distance: Women, Artists and the Body

by Rosemary Betterton

An Intimate Distance considers a wide range of visual images of women in the context of current debates which centre around the body, including reproductive science, questions of ageing and death and the concept...


Elvis After Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend

by Gilbert B. Rodman

'For a dead man, Elvis Presley is awfully noisy. His body may have failed him in 1977, but today his spirit, his image, and his myths do more than live on: they flourish, they thrive, they multiply.'

Why is Elvis...


White: Essays on Race and Culture

by Richard Dyer

White people are not literally or symbolically white; nor are they uniquely virtuous and pure. Racial imagery and racial representation are central to the organisation of the contemporary world but, while there...


The Birth of the Museum: History, Theory, Politics

by Tony Bennett

In a series of richly detailed case studies from Britian, Australia and North America, Tony Bennett investigates how nineteenth- and twentieth-century museums, fairs and exhibitions have organized their collections,...


Alice Munro

by Brenda Pfaus

In Alice Munro, Brenda Pfaus provides a unique and intriguing look at one of Canada's greatest living writers.


Enjoy Your Symptom!: Jacques Lacan in Hollywood and Out

by Slavoj Žižek

Slavoj Zizek, dubbed by the Village Voice "the giant of Ljubljana," is back with a new edition of his seriously entertaining book on film, psychoanalysis (and life). His inimitable blend of philosophical and...


Peace, War and Computers

by Chris Hables Gray

Computers are at the heart of war as we know it and this visionary overview of cyber war in the twenty-first century studies how electronics have changed the way we fight. Using informatics and chaos theory,...


Pathologies of Modern Space: Empty Space, Urban Anxiety, and the Recovery of the Public Self

by Kathryn Milun

Pathologies of Modern Space traces the rise of agoraphobia and ties its astonishing growth to the emergence of urban modernity. In contrast to traditional medical conceptions of the disorder, Kathryn Milun shows...


Master Narratives and Their Discontents

by James Elkins

In this bracing engagement with the many versions of art history, James Elkins argues that the story of modernism and postmodernism is almost always told in terms of four narratives. Works of art are either...


Routledge Guide to Broadway

by Ken Bloom

The Routledge Guide to Broadway is the second title in our new student reference series. It will introduce the student to the Broadway theater, focusing on key performers, writers, directors, plays, and musicals,...