Items where SHU Author is "Cere, Rinella"

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CERE, Rinella (2015). Hegemony and counter-hegemony in postcolonial media theory and culture. In: KRÄMER, Lucia and MERTEN, Kai, (eds.) Postcolonial Media Cultures. Routledge. (Submitted)

CERE, Rinella (2014). Latent and manifest anti-fascism in Italian cinema. In: Anti-Fascism on Film, De Montfort University, 20 February 2014. (Unpublished)

CERE, Rinella, JEWKES, Yvonne and UGELVIK, Thomas (2013). 'Media and crime: a comparative analysis of crime news in the UK, Norway and Italy'. In: BODY-GENDROT , Sophie, HOUGH , Mike, KEREZSI , Klara, LÉVY , René and SNACKEN , Sonja, (eds.) The Routledge handbook of European criminology. Routledge International Handbooks . London, Routledge, 266-279. (In Press)

CERE, Rinella (2012). ‘Forever Ultras’: female football support in Italy. In: TOFFOLETTI, Kim and MEWETT, Peter, (eds.) Sport and its female fans. Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society Series (17). Taylor and Francis, 46-60.

CERE, Rinella (2011). ‘Roshonara Chowdry: Misrepresentations of “Homegrown Terrorists” in the British Press’. In: Race and the Cultural Industries Conference, University of Leeds, September 2011. (Unpublished)

CERE, Rinella (2011). The media representation of Muslim women radicalised by a post 9/11 society. In: Race and the Cultural Industries Conference, University of Leeds, 14 September 2011. (Unpublished)

CERE, Rinella (2011). Musealizing cinema: a troubled history? In: Moving Image and Institution: Cinema and the Museum in the 21st Century, University of Cambridge, 6-8 July, 2011. (Submitted)

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CERE, Rinella (2011). Postcolonial and media studies: a cognitive map. In: CERE, Rinella and ROSALIND , Brunt, (eds.) Postcolonial media culture in Britain. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 1-13.

CERE, Rinella and BRUNT, Rosalind, eds. (2011). Postcolonial media culture in Britain. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

SHIN, Chi Yun (2010). Engaging theory and making films: radical black cinema in Britain. In: BRUNT, R. and CERE, R., (eds.) Postcolonial Media Culture in Britain. Basingstoke, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan, 99-114.

CERE, Rinella (2010). Globalization vs. localization: anti-immigrant and hate discourses in Italian media. In: ARDIZZONI, Michela and FERRARI, Chiara, (eds.) Beyond monopoly: contemporary Italian media and globalization. Lanham, Lexington Books, 225-244.

CERE, Rinella (2009). Cinematic re-writes in film in museums. In: Rewrites: studying literary, screen and music cultures, Leeds, 28 November 2009. (Unpublished)

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CERE, Rinella (2009). Globalization vs. localization : anti-immigrant and hate discourses in Italy. In: ARDIZZONI, Michela and FERRARI, Michela, (eds.) Beyond monopoly : globalization and contemporary Italian media. Critical media studies . Lexington Books.

CERE, Rinella (2008). Anti-immigrant and hate discourses in Italian news media. In: The media in Italy: historical perspectives and future challenges, Italian Cultural Institute, Edinburgh, 21-22 Nov 2008. (Unpublished)

CERE, Rinella (2008). The body of the woman hostage. In: MECCSA conference, Cardiff, 9-11 January 2008. (Unpublished)

CERE, Rinella (2008). The body of the woman hostage: spectacular bodies and Berlusconi’s media. In: RANDELL, Karen and REDMOND, Sean, (eds.) The war body on screen. London, Continuum, 239-250.

CERE, Rinella (2007). Digital undergrounds: alternative politics and civil society. In: JEWKES, Yvonne, (ed.) Crime online : committing, policing and regulating cybercrime. Cullompton, Willan, 144-159.

CERE, Rinella (2006). ‘Exhibiting cinema’: the cultural activities of the ‘Museo Nazionale del Cinema’, 1958-1971. Film history : an international journal, 18 (3), 295-305.

CERE, Rinella (2006). The Poor’s Banker: real or ‘virtual’ help? The internet, NGOs and gendered poverty. In: SARIKAKIS , Katharine and THUSSU , Daya K., (eds.) Ideologies of the Internet. Cresskill, N.J., Hampton Press, 283-298.

CERE, Rinella (2003). Digital counter-cultures and the nature of electronic social and political movements. In: JEWKES, Yvonne, (ed.) Dot.cons: criminal and deviant identities on the internet. Cullompton, Willan, 147-163.

CERE, Rinella (2003). ‘Witches of our age’: women ultras, football and the media. In: BERNSTEIN, A and BLAIN, N, (eds.) Sport, media, culture: global and local dimensions. London, Frank Cass, 166-188.

CERE, Rinella (2002). ‘Witches of our age’: women ultras, football and the media. Culture, sport, society journal, 5 (3), 166-188.

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