Books Recevied 2018-19

Murat Akser

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In 2018-19 we have received a variety of books on cinema and media from these publishers: Bloomsbury Academic, Brill, BFI, Columbia University Press, Edinburgh University Press, IB Tauris, Manchester University Press, Peter Lang, Policy Press, Routledge, University of California Press, University of Illinois Press, Wayne State University Press.

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McAllister, R. (2019). Steampunk film: a critical introduction. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/cinej.2019.232

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