Publications

Books

Joanne Hollows, Media Studies: a complete introduction, John Murray/Hodder, 2016

Stacy Gillis and Joanne Hollows, eds, Feminism, Domesticity and Popular Culture, Routledge, 2009.

Joanne Hollows, Domestic Cultures, Open University Press, 2008.

David Bell and Joanne Hollows, eds, Historicizing Lifestyle, Ashgate, 2006.

Joanne Hollows and Rachel Moseley, eds, Feminism in Popular Culture, Berg, 2006.

David Bell and Joanne Hollows, eds, Ordinary Lifestyles: popular media, consumption and taste, Open University Press, 2005.

Bob Ashley, Joanne Hollows, Steve Jones and Ben Taylor, Food and Cultural Studies, Routledge, 2004.

Joanne Hollows, Feminism, Femininity and Popular Culture, Manchester University Press, 2000.

Joanne Hollows, Peter Hutchings and Mark Jancovich, eds, The Film Studies Reader, Arnold, 2000.

Joanne Hollows and Mark Jancovich, eds, Approaches to Popular Film, 1995.

Articles

David Bell, Joanne Hollows and Steve Jones, Campaigning Culinary Documentaries and the Responsibilization of Food Crises, Geoforum, 84, 2017.

Joanne Hollows, ‘The Worst Mum in Britain’: class, gender and caring in the campaigning culinary documentary, in J. Leer and K. Klitgaard Povlsen (eds) Food and Media: practices, distinctions and heterotopias, Routledge, 2016.

Joanne Hollows, Mel and Sue, in J. Duffus (ed.) The What the Frock! Book of Funny Women, BCF Books, 2015.

Joanne Hollows, Spare Rib, Second-wave Feminism and the Politics of Consumption, Feminist Media Studies, 13(3), 2013.

Joanne Hollows, Steve Jones, Ben Taylor with Kimberley Dowthwaite, Making Sense of Urban Food Festivals: cultural regeneration, disorder and hospitable cities, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 2013 (DOI: 10.1080/19407963.2013.774406).

Joanne Hollows, Domesticity, in Susan J. Smith (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Elsevier, 2012.

David Bell and Joanne Hollows, From River Cottage to Chicken Run: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and the class politics of ethical consumption, Celebrity Studies, 2(2), 2011.

Joanne Hollows and Steve Jones, ‘Please don’t try this at home’: Heston Blumenthal, Cookery TV and the Culinary Field, Food, Culture and Society, 2010.

Joanne Hollows and Steve Jones, ‘At least he’s doing something’: Moral Entrepreneurship and Individual Responsibility in Jamie’s Ministry of Food European Journal of Cultural Studies, 13 (3), 201

David Bell and Joanne Hollows, Mobile Homes?, Space and Culture, 10(1), 2007

Joanne Hollows, The cook and the feminist: Julia Child, Betty Friedan and domestic femininity, in Emma Casey and Lydia Martens (eds) Gender and Consumption, Ashgate, 2007.

Joanne Hollows, Science and spells: Good Housekeeping, femininity and kitchen cultures in the inter-war period, in David Bell and Joanne Hollows (eds) Historicizing Lifestyle, Ashgate, 2006.

Joanne Hollows, Can I Go Home Yet?  Feminism, Postfeminism and Domesticity, in Joanne Hollows and Rachel Moseley (eds) Feminism in Popular Culture, Berg, 2006.

Joanne Hollows, Oliver’s Twist: leisure, labour and domestic masculinity, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 6(2), 2003.

Joanne Hollows, Feeling Like a Domestic Goddess: postfeminism and cooking, European Journal of Cultural Studies 6(2), 2003

Joanne Hollows, The Masculinity of Cult, in Mark Jancovich et al (eds) Defining Cult Movies: the Cultural Politics of Oppositional Taste, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003

Joanne Hollows, The Bachelor Dinner: masculinity, class and cooking in Playboy, 1953-61, Continuum, 16(2), 2002

Joanne Hollows and Katie Milestone, Welcome to Dreamsville: a history and geography of northern soul (with Katie Milestone), in Andrew Leyshon et al (eds) The Place of Music, Guilford, 1998.

Joanne Hollows, From Mass Culture to Political Economy, in Joanne Hollows and Mark Jancovich (eds) Approaches to Popular Film, Manchester University Press, 1995

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