Television/Death (Paperback)

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Edinburgh Studies in Television offers fresh and original scholarship in television studies, providing excellent models of textual analysis whilst paying particular attention to social issues and/or theoretical debates.

Books in the series pay attention to still neglected analysis of the formal aspects of television (e.g. television performance) and/or draw on recent interest on the experience of audio-visual media (e.g. affect and intimacy).

About the Author


Helen Wheatley is Professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Warwick. She is co-founder of the Centre for Television Histories and works collaboratively with archives and curators to engage the public with the history of British broadcasting. Her most recent book, Spectacular Television: Exploring Televisual Pleasure (2016) won the BAFTSS Award for Monograph of the Year in 2017. She has research interests in various aspects of television history and has published widely on popular genres of television drama, including the monograph Gothic Television (2006). She also has an ongoing interest in issues of television history and historiography, the topic of her edited collections Re-viewing Television History: Critical Issues in Television Historiography (2007) and Television for Women: New Directions (2016, with Rachel Moseley and Helen Wood).
Product Details
ISBN: 9781474451734
ISBN-10: 147445173X
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication Date: April 30th, 2025
Pages: 304
Language: English