Publications

Books:

Fairclough, K (201&) Beyoncé: Celebrity, Feminism and Pop Culture. London, I.B Tauris

Fairclough, K and Willis, A (201&) American Cinema: A Contemporary Introduction, London, Palgrave

Arnold, G, Cookney, D Fairclough, K, Goddard, M (eds) (201&) Music/Video. New York, Bloomsbury

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

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

Journal special issues:

Celebrity Studies (Routledge) FameinismFeminism and Global Celebrity Culture (Jan 2017)

Senses of Cinema: Twin Peaks and Audiovisual Aesthetics. (publication June 2016)

Series: International Journal of TV Serial Narratives: Twin Peaks, Reception and Consumption. (publication December 2016)

Book sections:

Fairclough, K 2015 ‘Beyoncé: 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. New York, Bloomsbury.

Fairclough, K 2015 “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)

Fairclough, K 2014 ‘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, UK.

Fairclough, K & Willis, A 2014 ‘Steven Spielberg and the Rise of the Celebrity Film Director’, in: A Companion to Steven Spielberg, Wiley Blackwell, London, United Kingdom.

Fairclough, K 2013 ‘Growing old in the spotlight: Social Media and Ageing ‘, in: Martin, W & Twigg, J (eds.),Routledge Handbook of Cultural Ageing , Routledge, London, UK.

Fairclough, K 2013 ‘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, UK.

Articles:

Fairclough, K 2014, Fairclough-Isaacs, K 2014, 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, 2014

2012. Nothing Less Than Perfect: Female Celebrity, Ageing and Hyper- Scrutiny in the Gossip Industry – Celebrity Studies special issue, ‘Back in the spotlight: Ageing and Female Celebrity.” Routledge.

2010. Video Curator: Mainstreaming the Avant-Garde: Gender and spectacle at GAGAKOH, http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/ (August).

2008. Fame is a Losing Game: Celebrity Gossip Blogging, Bitch Culture and Postfeminism, Genders, no. 48.

2005. I’m A Celebrity – Analyse Me: The Appeal of Celebrity Reality TV, Flow TV, 1: 11 – http://jot.communication.utexas.edu/flow/.

2004. Women’s Work? Wife Swap and the Reality Problem, Feminist Media Studies, 4: 2.

Erin Brockovich, Sage Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World, 2010

Who Bombed Birmingham, Encyclopaedia of Documentary Film, Routledge 2004

People’s Century, Encyclopaedia of Documentary Film, Routledge 2004

The British Film Institute, Encyclopaedia of Documentary Film, Routledge 2004

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