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Ana Cristina Mendes is Assistant Professor of English Studies in the School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Lisbon, Portugal. Her areas of specialization are cultural and postcolonial studies, with an emphasis on the representations and reception of alterity in the global cultural marketplace. She serves on the board of the Association of Cultural Studies. Lisa Perrott is Senior Lecturer of Media Studies at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Her research specialties include cultural studies, animation, and transmedia, with an emphasis on the relations between audiovisual media, popular music, and the avant-garde. Lisa is co-editor of the Bloomsbury book series New Approaches to Sound, Music and Media.
Introduction: Navigating with the Blackstar: the mediality of David Bowie Ana Cristina Mendes and Lisa Perrott 1. Constellating stardom, Berlin-style: Bowie, Christiane F, Hedi Slimane Susan Ingram 2. Football, fashion and unpopular culture: David Bowie's influence on Liverpool Football Club casuals 1976-79 Mairi MacKenzie 3. Celebrity conferences as confessional spaces: the aca-fan memory traces of David Bowie's stardom Toija Cinque 4. Is Bowie our Kierkegaard? : A theory of Agency in Fandom Amedeo D'Adamo 5. `Oh man, I need TV when I got T. Rex': Bowie and Bolan's otherworldly carnivalesque intermediality Alison Blair 6. Telling lies: the interviews of David Bowie Elizabeth McCarthy 7. Transition transmission: media, seriality and the Bowie-Newton matrix Dene October 8. Time is out of joint: the transmedial hauntology of David Bowie Lisa Perrott 9. `Look up here, I'm in heaven': how visual and performance artist David Jones called attention to his physical death Gareth Schott