Publications

Books:

2017 Arnold, G, Cookney, D Fairclough, K, Goddard, M (co-editor) Music/Video. New York, Bloomsbury.

2015 Edgar, R, Fairclough, K Halligan, B and Spelman, N (co-editor) The Arena Concert: Music, Media and Mass Entertainment. New York, Bloomsbury.

2013 Fairclough, K & Halligan, B & Edgar, R (co-editor) ‘The Music Documentary: Acid Rock to Electropop’, Routledge, New York, United States.

Books accepted for publication and in press:

2019 Fairclough, K and Willis, A. American Cinema: A Contemporary Introduction, London, Palgrave 2019

2019 Fairclough, K and Wood, J. Pop Stars in Film. (contracted: Manchester University Press)

2018 Fairclough, K and Alleyne, M. Prince: An Interdisciplinary Life (contracted: Manchester University Press)

2018 Fairclough, K. Beyoncé: Celebrity, Feminism and Pop Culture. London, I.B Tauris.

Book chapters:

2016 Fairclough, K. Soundtrack Self: FKA twigs, Music Video and Celebrity Feminism in Arnold, G, Cookney, D Fairclough, K, Goddard, M (eds) (2016) Music/Video. New York, Bloomsbury.

2015 Fairclough, K. Beyonce: Performing Female Empowerment in the Arena Concert in Edgar, R, Fairclough, K, Halligan, B and Spelman, N (eds) 2015 The Arena Concert: Music, Media and Mass Entertainment. Bloomsbury, New York.

2015 Fairclough, K. ‘Growing old in the spotlight: Social Media and Ageing ‘, in: Martin, W & Twigg, J (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Cultural Ageing, Routledge, London.

2015 Fairclough, K. “Prime Time: Jane Fonda, ‘Appropriate’ Ageing and the Re-Making of a Hollywood Persona.” in Lasting Screen Stars: Personas that Endure and Images that Fade. Bolton, L and Lobalzo- Wright, J (eds) Palgrave, London.

2015 Fairclough, K & Willis, A. ‘Steven Spielberg and the Rise of the Celebrity Film Director’, in: A Companion to Steven Spielberg, Wiley Blackwell, London.

2014 Fairclough, K. ‘Hollywood’s Golden Girls: Meryl, Helen, and Judi: Actresses Ageing Appropriately’’, in: Whelehan, I & Gwynne, J (eds.), Harleys and Hormones: Ageing, Popular Culture and Contemporary Feminism, Palgrave, London

2013 Fairclough, K. ‘Nothing less than perfect: female celebrity, ageing and hyper-scrutiny in the gossip industry’, in: Female Celebrity and Ageing Back in the Spotlight, Routledge, London.

Journal special issues:

2018 Celebrity Studies (Routledge) Fame-inism: Celebrity Culture and Feminism.

2016 Senses of Cinema: Twin Peaks and Audiovisual Aesthetics. Senses of Cinema

2016 Series: International Journal of TV Serial Narratives: Twin Peaks, Reception and Consumption. SERIES

Journal Articles:

2014 Fairclough, K. Lost Voice Guy: Transcending Barriers of Disability through Technology in Live Comedy Performance. in: ‘Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, Columbia College Chicago’, Springer, Chicago, USA, pp.91-98. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering Volume 136, 201

2014 Fairclough, K. Lost Voice Guy: Transcending Barriers of Disability through Technology in Live Comedy Performance. in: ‘Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, Columbia College Chicago’, Springer, Chicago, USA, pp.91-98. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering Volume 136, 201

2012 Fairclough, K. “Death Becomes Her? – Ageing, Female Celebrity, and Hyper- Scrutiny in the Gossip Blog – Celebrity Studies Special Issue, ‘Back in the spotlight: Ageing and Female Celebrity.” Routledge.

2012 Fairclough, K. “Death Becomes Her? – Ageing, Female Celebrity, and Hyper- Scrutiny in the Gossip Blog – Celebrity Studies Special Issue, ‘Back in the spotlight: Ageing and Female Celebrity.” Routledge.

2008 Fairclough, K, “Fame is a Losing Game: Celebrity Gossip Blogging, Bitch Culture and Postfeminism”, Genders, Issue 48. 2005 Fairclough, K ‘I’m A Celebrity- Analyse Me: the Appeal of Reality TV’, Flow TV Online Journal, Volume 1, 1.1

2004 Fairclough, K 2004, ‘Women’s Work?: Wife Swap and the Reality Problem ‘, Feminist Media Studies. Routledge, Vol 4 No 3, pp.344-348.

 

 

 

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