Anthropology of Media
John Postill, Sheffield Hallam University
Mark Allen Peterson, University of Miami, Oxford, Ohio
The ubiquity of media across the globe has led to an explosion of interest in the ways people around the world use media as part of their everyday lives. This series addresses the need for works that describe and theorize multiple, emerging, and sometimes interconnected, media practices in the contemporary world. Interdisciplinary and inclusive, this series offers a forum for ethnographic methodologies, descriptions of non-Western media practices, explorations of transnational connectivity, and studies that link culture and practices across fields of media production and consumption.
Formal submissions should be sent directly to Berghahn Books. For more information on Berghahn's manuscript submission procedure, please look at the Info for Authors section on this web site. All submissions to this series, as well as any queries about the formal procedure, should be sent to Berghahn.
The Making of the Pentecostal Melodrama
Religion, Media and Gender in Kinshasa
Localizing the Internet
An Anthropological Account
Theorising Media and Practice
Edited by Birgit Bräuchler and John Postill
News as Culture
Journalistic Practices and the Remaking of Indian Leadership Traditions
The New Media Nation
Indigenous Peoples and Global Communication
Communicating Conflict in the Daily News