Recent publications on Motorcyle Cultures - David Walton

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David Walton, 'CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A DEADLY KIND… FREEDOM, RIDERS, ROAD RACING AND RISK' IJMS (International Journal of Motorcycle Studies
http://motorcyclestudies.org/volume-12-issue-1-spring-2016/close-encounters-of-a-deadly-kind-freedom-riders-road-racing-and-risk-david-walton/ 

David Walton, 'Closer to the (H)edge. Documentaries and the Isle of Man TT: From chronotopes and masturbation to celebrity culture', European Journal of Cultural Studies

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1367549415585552 

David Walton, 'Place, Space and the Isle of Man TT. Probing the Boundaries of Hegemony Through Popular Culture' online paper published Interdisciplinary.net:

http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/probing-the-boundaries/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Walton-sport4-dpaper.pdf 

Edinburgh University Press

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For those of you who may be looking for publishing opportunities:

Edinburgh University Press publishes over 40 journals in humanities and social sciences subjects including Language and Literature, Historical Studies and Cultural Studies. The study of culture is a prominent across many of our journals including, Cultural History, Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies, Nottingham French Studies, Modernist Cultures and Afghanistan. The Press also publishes an average of 120 books per year in areas such as Scottish Studies, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Politics, Philosophy, Film Studies and Literary Studies. Browse all books here: edinburghuniversitypress.com/.

In particular, Cultural History is a biannual journal published by Edinburgh University Press for the International Cultural History Society. It explores the ways in which people in the past orientated themselves as individuals and groups towards other individuals, groups, regions and countries. The journal welcomes high-quality submissions from any discipline that brings contemporary cultural theories and methodologies to bear on the study of the past, regardless of historical or geographical focus. The journal also invites articles that reflect on the ways in which more practical environments such as museums and the heritage industry engage with current debates in cultural history.

Culture, Space, and Power: Blurred Lines

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1498521657EDITED BY DAVID WALTON AND JUAN A. SUAREZ - CONTRIBUTIONS BY IVÁN VILLARMEA ÁLVAREZ; MIGUEL MESA DEL CASTILLO CLAVEL; J. RUBÉN VALDÉS MIYARES; MANUELA RUÍZ PARDOS; ELISA HERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ; G. KENTAK SON; JOHN STOREY; JUAN TARANCÓN; CORNELIA WÄCHTER AND CHRIS WEEDON

Culture, Space and Power: Blurred Lines collects essays that study contemporary mutations of public and private space in multiple cultural contexts and media from a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches. The essays range from the general to the specific: the first section will explore how recent trends in globalization, nationalism, city design, and ruralist revival yield particular spatial morphologies. The second part of the volume investigates spaces of privacy and togetherness, including traditional settings for intimacy, such as the home, and enclosure, such as the prison, or the virtual locations created through digital media (cellphones, tablets and computers). At the same time, despite the two-part division into public and private, the volume stresses their connection and interdependency: the extent, that is, to which broader spatial configurations affect private, day-to-day practices and locations.

https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498521659/Culture-Space-and-Power-Blurred-Lines#