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[ecrea] Special issue of Critical Studies in Television - Gender and Television Comedy

Sat Jul 18 16:21:56 GMT 2015

Some of you may be interested in a special issue of /Critical Studies in
Television/ that has just been published, entitled *'Acting Up: Gender
and Television Comedy'

Table of Contents **


*'Acting Up: Gender and Television Comedy'
*by**/Leggott, James; Lockyer, Sharon; White, Rosie/


*'Don't Tell Me I'm Still on that Feckin' Island': Migration,
Masculinity, British Television and Irish Identity in the Work of Graham
*by**/Free, Marcus/**


*Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit: Performing Masculinity in /How I Met Your
/Thompson, Lauren Jade/


*/Girls/ Talk: Authorship and Authenticity in the Reception of Lena
Dunham's /Girls by /

*'Might as Well be Dead': Domesticity, Irony and Feminist Politics in
Contemporary Animation Comedy
by /Gwynne, Joel/

*Angry Old Women: Peggy Mount and the Performance of Female Ageing in
the British Sitcom
*by**/Mortimer, Claire/

*'That's the Last Time I play the Tart for You, Jerry!': Penelope Keith
and British Television Situation Comedy
*by /Irwin, Mary/


*'I Think Women Are Possibly Judged More Harshly with Comedy': Women and
British Television Comedy Production
*by /Mills, Brett; Ralph, Sarah/


*An Extra Slice of Jo Brand
*by**/Lockyer, Sharon/


/Please see:

Best wishes,

James Leggott, Sharon Lockyer and Rosie White

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