Music, Sound, and the Moving Image

Book Reviews

Music, Sound, and the Moving Image (2016), 10, (1), 77–102.

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Christopher, Tommy (2015) ‘Just how racist is “Back to the Future?”’, The Daily Banter [Online]. Available from: http://thedailybanter.com/2015/10/just-how-racist-is-back-to-the-future/ (Accessed: 26 March 2016). Google Scholar

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Glover, Crispin Hellion (2013) What is it? (2005) Screening and Q&A. Indiana University Cinema, Bloomington, IN. (Attended: 16 February 2013). What is it? Google Scholar

Grossberg, Lawrence (1992) We gotta get out of this place: popular conservatism and postmodern culture. New York: Routledge. We gotta get out of this place: popular conservatism and postmodern culture Google Scholar

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