Publications

The Chinese ExoticPopular Culture and Social Change

Selected publications

Books:

Kanai, Akane. 2019 Gender and relatability in digital culture: Managing affect, intimacy and value. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783319915142

Fitch, Kate & Motion, J. (2021). Popular Culture and Social Change: The Hidden Work of Public Relations. Abingdon, England: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate. 2016. Professionalizing Public Relations: History, Gender and Education. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9781137573087

Perkins, Claire, Linda Badley and Michele Schreiber (eds). 2016. Indie Reframed: Women's Filmmaking and Contemporary American Independent Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-indie-reframed.html

Khoo, Olivia. 2007. The Chinese Exotic: Modern Diasporic Femininities. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP.  https://hongkong.universitypressscholarship.com/view/10.5790/hongkong/9789622098794.001.0001/upso-9789622098794

Articles & chapters:

Davis, Therese. 2017. “Australian Indigenous Screen in the 2000s: Crossing into the Mainstream.” In Australian Screen in the 2000s edited by M. D. Ryan, 231-59. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Davis, Therese. 2014. “Between Worlds: Indigenous Identity and Difference in the Films of Darlene Johnson.” Camera Obscura 29, no. 1: 80-109.

Edmond, Maura. 2019. “‘I think the main obstacles are men and older men’: Australian Cultural Policy, Popular Music and the Gender Gap.” In Toward Gender Equality in the Music Industry: Education, Activism and Practice, edited by C. Strong and S. Raine. Bloomsbury.

Edmond, Maura & McGowan, Jasmine. 2017. “We Need More Mediocre Women!': Australian Cultural Policy and the Gender Gap.” Overland, December 2017: 81-7. https://overland.org.au/previous-issues/issue-229/essay-maura-edmond-and-jasmine-mcgowan.

Edmond, Maura. 2016. “Deracination, disembowelling and scorched earth aesthetics: Feminist cinemas, No Wave and the Punk Avant Garde.” Senses of Cinema, September 2016. http://sensesofcinema.com/2016/american-extreme/feminist-cinemas/.

Fitch, Kate. 2021. Betty Stewart, orientalism and Oriental Cavalcade: Entertainment public relations in late 1950s Australia. In A. Theofilou (Ed.), Women in PR History (pp. 57-66). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate. 2020. Wives, secretaries and bodies: Representations of women in an Australian public relations journal, 1965–1972. In I. Somerville, L. Edwards & Ø. Ihlen (Eds.), Public Relations, Society and the Generative Power of History (pp. 61–80). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate. 2017. “Seeing ‘the unseen hand’: Celebrity, promotion and public relations.” Public Relations Inquiry [Special Issue: Powers of Promotion: Apprehending the Social and Political Impacts of Promotional Culture] 6, no. 2: 157–169.

Fitch, Kate. 2017. “‘Can you see me?’: Images of public relations in Babylon”. In Experiencing Public Relations: International Voices edited by E. Bridgen & D. Verčič, 94-104. London: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate., James, M., & Motion, J. (2016). Talking back: Reflecting on feminism, public relations and research. Public Relations Review [SI: Configuring intelligences], 42, 279–287.

Fitch, Kate. 2016. Feminism and public relations. In J. L’Etang, D. McKie, N. Snow & J. Xifra (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Critical Public Relations (pp. 54–64). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate. 2015. Promoting the Vampire Rights Amendment: Public relations, postfeminism and True Blood. Public Relations Review [SI: Representing PR]. 41(5), 607–614.

Fitch, Kate. & Third, A. (2014). Ex-journos and promo girls: Feminization and professionalization in the Australian public relations industry. In C. Daymon & K. Demetrious (Eds.), Gender and Public Relations: Critical Perspectives on Voice, Image and Identity (pp. 247–268). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

Fitch, Kate. & Third, A. (2010). Working girls: Revisiting the gendering of public relations. Prism, 7(4). https://www.prismjournal.org/uploads/1/2/5/6/125661607/v7-no4-a1.pdf

Kanai, Akane. & McGrane, C. 2020.Feminist filter bubbles: ambivalence, vigilance and labour”, Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2020.1760916

Kanai, Akane. 2019. “Between the perfect and the problematic: everyday femininities, popular feminism, and the negotiation of intersectionality.” Cultural Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/09502386.2018.1559869.

Kanai, Akane. 2017. “Beyond repudiation: the affective instrumentalisation of feminism in girlfriendly spaces.” Australian Feminist Studies 32, no. 93: 240-58. https://doi.org/10.1080/08164649.2017.1407641.

Gill, Rosalind & Kanai, Akane. 2018. “Mediating Neoliberal Capitalism: affect, subjectivity and inequality.” Journal of Communication 68, no. 2: 318–26. https://doi.org/10.1093/joc/jqy002.

Khoo, Olivia, ‘On the Joys of Administration, or Race, Failure and the Neoliberal Academy’, special issue of MAI on Feminist Pedagogies, 27 January 2020, https://maifeminism.com/on-the-joys-of-administration-or-race-failure-and-the-neoliberal-academy

Khoo, Olivia. 2014. “The Minor Transnationalism of Queer Asian Cinema: Female Authorship and the Short Film Format.” Camera Obscura 85, 29, no. 1: 32-57.

Khoo, Olivia. 2017. “A Post-Apology Carceral Regime: Encountering Refugee Art in Australia” Australian Humanities Review, Issue 61. http://australianhumanitiesreview.org/2017/06/13/a-post-apology-carceral-regime-encountering-refugee-art-in-australia/.

Monaghan, Whitney. 2020. “Post-gay television: LGBTQ representation and the negotiation of “normal” in MTV’s Faking It”. Media, Culture and Society, 1-16.

Monaghan, Whitney. 2018. “Queer Girls and Mashups: Archiving Ephemerality” Youth Mediations and Affective Relations. Ed. Susan Driver and Natalie Coulter. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Perkins, Claire. 2020. “Ghost Girls: Ghostbusters, Popular Feminism and the Gender-Swap Reboot’. Film Reboots. Ed. Daniel Herbert and Constantine Verevis. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP.

Perkins, Claire and Michele Schreiber. 2019. “Independent Women: From Film to Television”. Feminist Media Studies 19.7
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14680777.2019.1667059

Perkins, Claire. 2016. “Adapting Plathology: Sylvia (2003).” In Invented Lives, Imagined Communities: The Biopic and American National Identity edited by Epstein, W. H. & Palmer, R. B., 181-200. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Smaill, Belinda. “The Documentary: Female Subjectivity and the Problem of Realism.” The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Gender. E. Ann Kaplan, Patrice Petro, Dijana Jelača, and Kristin Hole, (eds). London: Routledge, 2017. 174-183.


Smaill, Belinda. “The Male Sojourner, the Female Director and Popular European Cinema: The Worlds of Susanne Bier.” Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies 85:1 (2014): 5-31.

Smaill, Belinda. “Sofia Coppola: Reading the Director.” Feminist Media Studies 13:1 (2013): 148-162.

Trott, Verity. 2020. “It’s a ‘manosphere’ world: how men’s online groups have responded to COVID-19”. Monash Lens, June 12 2020 https://lens.monash.edu/2020/06/12/1380620/its-a-manosphere-world-how-mens-online-groups-have-responded-to-covid-19?fbclid=IwAR03zvFB0M7eV4jWeW318JFkZDiyoSxFjVg4_lhConErf4DjjCHJyp4oxnA

Trott, Verity. 2020. “Networked feminism: counterpublics and the intersectional issues of #MeToo”. Feminist Media Studies, pp.1-18.

Trott, Verity. “Black ‘Rantings’: Indigenous Feminisms Online”. 2018, Emergent Feminisms: Complicating a Post-Feminist Media Culture. Keller, J. & Ryan, M. E. (eds.). 1st ed. New York: Routledge.