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Non-Publication (2018)
Book Chapter
Pratt, L. (2018). Non-Publication. In D. Duff (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism, 495-509. Oxford University Press (OUP)

Homosexuality, social media activism and the future of a queer China (2018)
Digital Artefact
Bao, H. (2018). Homosexuality, social media activism and the future of a queer China

A new policy of banning homosexuality related content announced by Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like Chinese language social media platform, has recently triggered heated public debates about LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) rights; it... Read More about Homosexuality, social media activism and the future of a queer China.

The discovery of the earliest specialised Middle Neolithic pottery workshop in western Thessaly, central Greece (2018)
Journal Article
Krahtopoulou, A., Dimoula, A., Livarda, A., & Saridaki, N. (2018). The discovery of the earliest specialised Middle Neolithic pottery workshop in western Thessaly, central Greece. Antiquity, 92(362), e5. doi:10.15184/aqy.2018.54

Disparity in recorded Neolithic activity between the eastern and western Thessaly plain in central Greece is being redressed by the ‘Long Time No See’ landscape project. A recently discovered pottery kiln complex at Magoula Rizava tell site offers ex... Read More about The discovery of the earliest specialised Middle Neolithic pottery workshop in western Thessaly, central Greece.

A Renaissance-self: Frederick Douglass and the art of remaking (2018)
Book Chapter
Trodd, Z. (2018). A Renaissance-self: Frederick Douglass and the art of remaking. In C. N. Phillips (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the American Renaissance, 189-204. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/9781108355643.015

The Labor Beat: an introduction (2018)
Journal Article
Fraser, M., & Phelps, C. (2018). The Labor Beat: an introduction. 00 Journal not listed, 15(1), doi:10.1215/15476715-4288611

The archaeometry and archaeology of ancient Chinese glass: a review (2018)
Journal Article
Henderson, J., An, J., & Ma, H. (2018). The archaeometry and archaeology of ancient Chinese glass: a review. Archaeometry, 60(1), doi:10.1111/arcm.12368. ISSN 0003-813X

This paper provides a new review of archaeometric research carried out on glass found in China, set in an archaeological context, from its earliest occurrence, to the Song dynasty. It is set within a broad geographical context taking the terrestrial... Read More about The archaeometry and archaeology of ancient Chinese glass: a review.

A web of opportunity or the same old story? Women digital entrepreneurs and intersectionality theory (2016)
Journal Article
Martinez Dy, A. C., Marlow, S., & Martin, L. (2016). A web of opportunity or the same old story? Women digital entrepreneurs and intersectionality theory. Human Relations, 70(3), 286-311. doi:10.1177/0018726716650730

This article critically analyses the manner in which intersectionality and related social positionality shape digital enterprise activities. Despite popular claims of meritocratic opportunity enactment within traditional forms of entrepreneurship, as... Read More about A web of opportunity or the same old story? Women digital entrepreneurs and intersectionality theory.

Consumer preferences for cultural heritage and tourism e-services: a case study of three European cities (2013)
Journal Article
Strielkowski, W., Wang, J., & Platt, S. (2013). Consumer preferences for cultural heritage and tourism e-services: a case study of three European cities. Market / Tržište, 25(2),

This paper reports the results of a marketing study aimed at discovering consumer preferences for the e-services in European cultural destinations. Our results are central to eliciting potential consumers’ preferences for tourism and cultural heritag... Read More about Consumer preferences for cultural heritage and tourism e-services: a case study of three European cities.

From brand congruence to the ‘virtuous circle’: branding and the commercialization of public service broadcasting (2013)
Journal Article
Johnson, C. (2013). From brand congruence to the ‘virtuous circle’: branding and the commercialization of public service broadcasting. Media, Culture and Society, 35(3), doi:10.1177/0163443712472088

In debates about the commercialization of public service broadcasting little attention has been paid to the ways in which the public might experience the commercial and public service activities of public service broadcasters and the impact that this... Read More about From brand congruence to the ‘virtuous circle’: branding and the commercialization of public service broadcasting.

Trading Auntie: the exploitation and protection of intellectual property rights during the BBC’s monopoly years (2009)
Journal Article
Johnson, C. (2009). Trading Auntie: the exploitation and protection of intellectual property rights during the BBC’s monopoly years. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 7(4), doi:10.1080/17400300903307019

Most histories of British television date the emergence of a trade in programming to the mid- to late-1950s when recording technologies turned previously ephemeral programmes into exchangeable goods and ITV brought a commercial impetus to British bro... Read More about Trading Auntie: the exploitation and protection of intellectual property rights during the BBC’s monopoly years.

Tele-branding in TVIII: the network as brand and the programme as brand (2007)
Journal Article
Johnson, C. (2007). Tele-branding in TVIII: the network as brand and the programme as brand. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 5(1), doi:10.1080/17400300601140126

In the era of TVIII, characterized by deregulation, multimedia conglomeration, expansion and increased competition, branding has emerged as a central industrial practice. Focusing on the case of HBO, a particularly successful brand in TVIII, this art... Read More about Tele-branding in TVIII: the network as brand and the programme as brand.