Reconstruction 12.1 Locations of Stardom
Introducing Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, Issue 12.1 "Locations of Stardom"
Edited by Lisa Patti and Stanka Radovic, afterword by Barry King
'From S.A. to L.A.': Branding Transport and Circulating Celebrity in South Africa's Nonhle Goes to Hollywood, by Brandeise Monk-Payton
On the (Im)possibility of Canadian Celebrity, by Michele Byers
'If it be Love Indeed, Tell Me How Much': Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and White Pleasure After Empire , by Gloria Shin
The Subversion of Abstract Space in U2's Rhizomatic 1990s, by Anthony Cristofani
White Weddings: New Media Archives and the Transformations of Michael Jackson's Thriller, by Lisa Patti
Buried Stars in Salman Rushdie's The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Stanka Radović
Transnational Oswald: Relocating DeLillo's Libra, by Michael Mirabile
Television Personalities: Stardom and the Small Screen by James Bennett. London: Routledge, 2011. , by Leah Shafer
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