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Recent Books and Articles
Angela McRobbie’s most recent book is The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change, Sage 2008. This book was translated into German and published in 2010 as Top Girls: Femininismus und der Aufstieg des neoliberalen Geschlecterregimes by VS Verlag Munich. There have also been some related publications updating the post-feminist debate and engaging with sexuality and neoliberalism. These include
A.McRobbie (2011) ‘Unveiling France’s Border Strategies’ in Feminist Media Studies, vol 11 no 1.
A.McRobbie (2008) ‘Young Women and Consumer Culture’ in Cultural Studies vol 22 no 5.
A.McRobbie (2011) ‘Beyond Post-Feminism’ in Public Policy Research (IPPR)
A.McRobbie (2011)’Transient Intimacy: Queer Art in Club Spaces: The Work of Kerstin Drechsel’ in Waermerspeichensysteme Hatje Cantz Verlag, Berlin, (in German and English).
A.McRobbie (2011) (ed) ‘Queer Adventures in Feminist Cultural Studies: Special Issue’ of Cultural Studies vol 25, no 2.
A.McRobbie (2010) ‘ Feminism and Immaterial Labour’ in New Formations no 70 vol 4. This article is also available in Italian (ed ) L Fantone.
A.McRobbie (2008) ‘Pornographic Permutations’ in The Communication Review no 11.
A.McRobbie ‘Post-Feminism and the Pornographic Imagination’ to be submitted to Cultural Studies Jan 2012
A.McRobbie ‘Family and Kinship within a Neo-Liberal Political and Popular Culture’ to be submitted to New Formations June 2012
A.McRobbie (forthcoming 2013) Generation, Gender, Sexuality: Essays on Contemporary Culture and Politics.
Angela McRobbie also is involved in ongoing research in the new creative economy. Recent publications in this field include
Angela McRobbie (2011) ‘Key Concepts for UK Urban Creative Industries’ in Creative Economy Published by Arts Council, Sweden.
Angela McRobbie (2013) Be Creative: Making a Living in the New Culture Industries, Sage London
Previous Books (and key articles) include
A.McRobbie (2005) The Uses of Cultural Studies Sage London
A.McRobbie (2000) Feminism and Youth Culture, Palgrave Basingstoke (3rd Edition compilation of early work).
A.McRobbie (1999) In the Culture Society Routledge London
A.McRobbie (1998) British Fashion Design: rag Trade or Image Industry? Routledge
A.McRobbie (1994) Postmodernism and Popular Culture Routledge London
A.McRobbie (1990) Feminism and Youth Culture ( 2nd edition early work).
A.McRobbie (1976-84) Jackie Magazine An Ideology of Adolescent Femininity and other articles CCCS Birmingham University.
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