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    Arts, Mara (2020) The representation of London nights in British popular press and film, 1919-1939. [Thesis] (Unpublished)


    Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo (2020) From Japan to Africa: transnationality in Hani Susumu’s Theory and Cinematic Experience From Japan to Africa. In: Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo and Morita, N. (eds.) Japan beyond its Borders: Transnational Approaches to Film and Media. Tokyo, Japan: Seibunsha, pp. 119-132. ISBN 4901404326.

    Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo (2020) Reeditando la guerra en Asia. Noticiarios japoneses en España (1931-1945). L´Atalante. Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos (29), pp. 111-119. ISSN 1885-3730.

    Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo (2020) Reediting the war in Asia: Japanese newsreels in Spain (1931-1945). L'Atalante. Revista de Estudios Cinematograficos 29 , pp. 101-119. ISSN 1885-3730.

    Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo and Morita, N. (2020) Japanese Transnational Cinema. Arts Journal.

    Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo and Morita, N. (2020) Theorising transnational Japanese film and media. In: Centeno Martin, Marcos Pablo and Morita, N. (eds.) Japan Beyond its Borders: Transnational Approaches to Film and Media. Tokyo, Japan: Seibunsha, pp. 1-14. ISBN 4901404326.


    Dzuverovic, Lina (2020) Is the honeymoon over? The tumultuous love affair between the museum and the arts of sound. Circuit: Musiques Contemporaines 30 (1), ISSN 1183-1693. (In Press)


    Fenton, N. and Freedman, D. and Schlosberg, Justin and Dencik, L. (2020) The media manifesto. The Manifesto Series. Polity Books. ISBN 9781509538058. (In Press)


    Hope, Sophie (2020) Unfinished business: performative interviews as a method for expressing failure in the socially engaged art job. Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation 7 (2), ISSN 2246-3755.


    Markham, Tim (2020) Banal phenomenologies of conflict: professional media cultures and audiences of distant suffering. In: Budka, P. and Bräuchler, B. (eds.) Theorising Media and Conflict. New York, U.S.: Berghahn, pp. 99-115. ISBN 9781789206821.

    Markham, Tim (2020) Digital life. Polity Books. ISBN 9781509541058. (In Press)

    Markham, Tim (2020) Subjective recognition in a distracted world: the affordances of affective habits and temporal discontinuities. In: Kaun, A. and Pentzold, C. and Lohmeier, C. (eds.) Beyond Chrono(dys)topia: Making Time for Digital Lives. London, UK: Rowman and Littlefield. ISBN 9781786612977. (In Press)


    Ostrowska, Dorota (2020) Introduction to the special issue ‘film festivals and history’. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Ostrowska, Dorota (2020) Producers’ playground: the British Film Producers Association and international film festivals in the post-war period. Studies in European Cinema 17 (2), pp. 128-139. ISSN 1741-1548.


    Rodgers, Scott and Moore, S. (2020) Platform phenomenologies: social media as experiential infrastructures of urban public life. In: Stehlin, J. and Hodson, M. and Kasmire, J. and Mcmeekin, A. and Ward, K. (eds.) Urban Platforms and the Future City: Transformations in Infrastructure, Governance, Knowledge and Everyday Life. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780367334185.

    Rodgers, Scott and Moore, S. (2020) Researching urban life through social media. In: Ward, Kevin (ed.) Researching the City: A Guide for Students (Second Edition). London, UK: Sage. ISBN 9781529700954. (In Press)


    Schlosberg, Justin and Freedman, D. (2020) Opening the gates: plurality regulation in a post digital world. Journal of Digital Media & Policy 11 (2), pp. 115-132. ISSN 2516-3523. (In Press)


    Topinka, Robert (2020) Racing the street: race, rhetoric, and technology in metropolitan London, 1840-1900. Rhetoric and Public Culture: History, Theory, Critique. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. ISBN 9780520343610. (In Press)

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