Dr Nathalie Weidhase
- nweidhase at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Post Doctoral Researcher In Media Culture and Communication
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- Weidhase, N., 2015. ‘Beyoncé feminism’ and the contestation of the black feminist body. Celebrity Studies, 6 (1), 128-131.
- Tomsett, E. and Weidhase, N., 2020. A Sign of the Times: Humorous Slogans and Imagery in Modern Day Political Protest. In: Monteverde, G. and McCollum, V., eds. Resist! Protest Media and Popular Culture in the Brexit-Trump Era. Rowman and Littlefield.
- Weidhase, N., 2020. '"Harry has gone over to the dark side": Race, Royalty and US-UK Romance in Brexit Britain'. In: Brickman, B.J., Jermyn, D. and Trost, T.L., eds. Love Across the Atlantic: US-UK Romance in Popular Culture. Edinburgh University Press.
- Weidhase, N., 2015. Ageing grace/fully: Grace jones and the queering of the diva myth. Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame. 97-111.
- Jackson, D., Thorsen, E., Lilleker, D. and Weidhase, N., 2019. UK Election Analysis 2019: Media, Voters and the Campaign. Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research (Bournemouth University). Available from: http://www.electionanalysis.uk/.
- Political Studies Association Media & Politics Group Annual Conference, Theresa May’s (white) Tears, or: who belongs to the nation?’, 16 Dec 2019, University of Leeds
- New Reflections on Fashioning Identities: Lifestyle, Emotions and Celebrity Culture, ”Art’s in pop culture in me”: Breaking Boundaries with Lady Gaga, 14 Jun 2019, University of Roehampton
- MeCCSA Annual Conference, The Feminist Politics of Meghan Markle, 09 Jan 2019, University of Stirling
- Console-Ing Passions, ”Harry has gone over to the dark side”: Race, Royalty and Romance in Brexit Britain, 11 Jul 2018, Bournemouth University
- MeCCSA Annual Conference, Discourses of Creativity and Popular Music Artistic Value in the UK Reception of Lana del Rey, 10 Jan 2018, London South Bank University
- Grace Jones Symposium, “They dress up as though they are challenging the status quo”: The Forms and Functions of Imitating Grace Jones, 05 Oct 2017, University of Edinburgh
- Different Bodies: (Self-)Representation, Disability and the Media, ”They tried to make me go to rehab, I said no no no”: Amy Winehouse, Postfeminist Disorders and the Performance of the Abject Female Body, 23 Jun 2017, University of Westminster
- PhD in Cultural Studies (University of Roehampton, 2017)
- MSc in Media, Culture and Practice (University of Edinburgh, 2012)
- Higher Education Academy, Fellow,
- International Association of the Study of Popular Music UK and Ireland, Member,
- MeCCSA Women’s Network Steering Committee, Member,
- Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association, Member,
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