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Brian Yothers, Gillian Dooley, Guy Galazka, Peter Weisensel, Jackie Coon, Magdalena Banaszkiewicz, and David Cashman

liminal space in that they are spaces for discovery and reflection—indeed the space that Morales occupies herself. She argues that the cult of celebrities has become a new form of “religion” together with ferociously devout followers, dismissive

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“Space without People”

Austro-German Filmmaker, Bestselling Author, and Journalist Colin Ross Discovers Australia

Siegfried Mattl

undertaken between 1920 and 1924. Published by the leading German publisher Brockhaus, these travel books made Colin Ross known far and wide in Weimar Germany. But several circumstances coincided to really make him the celebrity he was when traveling through

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The Corpus of London

(Dis)covering the Victorian City

David W. Chapman

and instant celebrities, she was the symbol—one might even say the trademark—of the British Empire. One sees this personal side of Victoria embodied in statues and fountains, parks and buildings throughout the city, but perhaps the most symbolic of

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John Eade

the disputes over the authenticity of these claims. Those who were eventually proclaimed as miracle cures became celebrities, and photographs of them were widely distributed across parishes and dioceses nationally and internationally. At the site

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Stepping through the Silver Screen

Austro-German Filmmaker, Bestselling Author, and Journalist Colin Ross Discovers Australia

Anne Rees

-products, such as fan magazines and celebrity endorsements of fashion, cosmetics, and soaps ( McKenzie 2010 ; Stephen 1991: 66 ). As a result, even those who spurned the pleasures of the “picture palace” would still encounter Hollywood stars and iconography

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The True Story of Gundagai’s Dog on the Tuckerbox

Tourists, Truth, and the Insouciance of Souvenirs

Richard White

celebrity of Jack O’Hagan’s well-known popular song, about the track winding back to an old fashioned shack along the road to Gundagai, published in 1922 and selling over 100,000 copies. It proved a great and lasting hit of the new recording age, in which a