Items where SHU Author is "Bassi, Camila"
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BASSI, Camila (2016). What’s radical about reality TV? An unexpected tale from Shanghai of a Chinese lesbian antihero. Gender, Place & Culture. (In Press)
BASSI, Camila (2012). ‘Shanghai Goes West’: reflections on the city’s gay political economy. In: HINES, Sally and TAYLOR, Yvette, (eds.) Sexualities: past reflections, future directions. Gender and sexualities in social sciences . London, Palgrave MacMillan.
BASSI, Camila (2011). The inane politics of Tony Cliff. Journal for the study of anti-semitism, 3 (2), 729-738.
BASSI, Camila (2010). It’s new but not that new: on the continued use of old Marx. Feminist Legal Studies, 18 (1), 69-76.
BASSI, Camila (2009). ‘The anti-imperialism of fools’: a cautionary story on the revolutionary socialist vanguard of England’s post-9/11 anti-war movement. ACME: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 9 (2), 113-138.
BASSI, Camila (2008). The precarious and contradictory moments of existence for an emergent British Asian gay culture. In: DWYER., Claire and BRESSEY, Caroline, (eds.) New geographies of race and racism. Aldershot, Ashgate, 209-222.
BASSI, Camila (2008). The ramifications of Shanghai's emerging gay political economy. In: Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, 2008. (Unpublished)
BASSI, Camila (2006). Riding the dialectical waves of gay political economy: a story from Birmingham's commercial gay scene. Antipode: a radical journal of geography, 38 (2), 213-235.