Volume 6, Issue 1, 2015 of Popular Entertainment Studies has now been published.
Congratulations to journal Editors Victor Emeljanow and Gillian Arrighi (School of Creative Arts, Faculty of Education and Arts) on another great issue.
The Library hosts Popular Entertainment Studies on our Online Journal System and we are pleased to provide continuing support for journal publication. Details of the latest issue copied below.
Popular Entertainment Studies
Table of Contents:
‘A theatrical meteor’, Francis Nesbitt McCron (c.1808-1853) and his travels from the old world to the Australian colonies and the San Francisco goldfields
Parlour Conflagrations: Science and Special Effects in Amateur Theatricals Guidebooks
A contemporary history of circus arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina: the post-dictatorial resurgence and revaluation of circus as a popular art
Circus studies: where to next?