A small but interesting think piece by Eva Wiseman of The Observer on how contemporary women’s magazines have failed to evolve and currently lack an effective or adequate ‘voice’ to represent the way that women live and experience culture today.Food for thought….
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Kirsty Fairclough is Director of International and Senior Lecturer in Media and Performance in the School of Arts and Media at The University of Salford. Kirsty has taught in the Higher Education sector since 1998 across the areas of Media, Film and Cultural Studies. She has significant experience in leading international and UK partnership development, in the creative industries as well as in HE. Kirsty has an international research career and has published widely on popular culture, chiefly celebrity studies and the audio visual mediation of popular music. She is a member of the editorial board of the international journal Celebrity Studies (Routledge) and has most recently published on celebrity with a particular emphasis on ageing narratives and female celebrity. Her latest publications can be found here: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/search?q=kirsty+fairclough&Gid=1 Kirsty is public speaker on popular culture and has lectured internationally, most recently at Second City Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, Bucknell University, Pennsylvania and Middle Tennessee State University. View all posts by kirstyfairclough