Fandom and Celebrity – recent bibliographic finds

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Some recent sources found when looking for fan-related scholarship:

Beebe, R. (2002) ‘Mourning Becomes…? Kurt Cobain, Tupac Shakur, and the “Waning of Affect”,’ in Beebe, R. et al eds Rock Over the Edge: Transformations in Popular Music Cultures. London: Duke University Press, 311-334.

Franco, J. (2006) ‘Langsters Online: kd lang and the Creation of Internet Fan Communities,’ in Holmes, S. and Redmond, S. eds Framing Celebrity: New Directions in Celebrity Culture. London: Routledge, 269-284.

Hamilton, M. (2007) ‘Searching for the Blues: James McKune, Collectors and a Different Crossroads,’ in Weisbard, E. ed Listen Again: A Momentary History of Popular Music. London: Duke University Press, 26-49.

Hesmondhalgh, D. (2007) ‘Audiences and Everyday Aesthetics: Talking About Good and Bad Music‘, European Journal of Cultural Studies 10(4): 507-27.

Hills, M. (2007) ‘Fans on Trial? “Documenting” Emotivism and Fandom in Wacko About Jacko,’ Social Semiotics 17, 4, 459-477.

McCann, G. (1995) ‘Biographical Boundaries: Sociology and Marilyn Monroe,’ in Featherstone, M. et al eds The Body: Social Process and Cultural Theory. London: Sage, pp. 325-338.

Mihelich, J. and Papineau, J. (2005) ‘Parrotheads in Margaritaville: Fan Practice, Oppositional culture, and Embedded Cultural Resistance in Buffett Fandom,’ Journal of Popular Music Studies 17, 2, 175-202.

Stevenson, N. (2009) ‘Talking to Bowie Fans: Masculinity, Ambivalence and Cultural Citizenship,’ Euopean Journal of Cultural Studies 12, 1, 79-98.

Zanes, R. (2002) ‘A Fan’s Notes: Identification, Desire and the Haunted Sound Barrier,’ in Beebe, R. et al eds Rock Over the Edge: Transformations in Popular Music Cultures. London: Duke University Press, 291-310.