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Winch, Alison and Schaller, Karen. 2024. Generating Intimacy: Rage, Female Friendship and the Heteropatriarchal Household in TV post #MeToo. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, ISSN 0097-9740 [Article] (In Press)

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Winch, Alison and Little, Ben. 2021. Mediating American hospitality: Mark Zuckerberg’s challenge to Donald Trump? European Journal of Cultural Studies, 24(6), pp. 1243-1260. ISSN 1367-5494 [Article]

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Little, Ben and Winch, Alison. 2020. Patriarchy in the Digital Conjuncture: An Analysis of Google's James Damore. New Formations(102), pp. 44-63. ISSN 0950-2378 [Article]

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Little, Ben and Winch, Alison. 2017. Generation: the politics of patriarchy and social change. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture(66), pp. 129-144. ISSN 1362-6620 [Article]

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Winch, Alison. 2017. ''Does Feminism Have a Generation Gap?": Blogging, Millennials and the Hip Hop Generation. Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities, 22(1), pp. 207-221. ISSN 0969-725X [Article]

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Little, Ben and Winch, Alison. 2017. “just hanging out with you in my back yard”: Mark Zuckerberg and Mediated Paternalism. Open Cultural Studies, 1(1), pp. 417-427. ISSN 2451-3474 [Article]

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Winch, Alison. 2016. 'I just think it's dirty and lazy': Fat surveillance and erotic capital. Sexualities, 19(8), pp. 898-913. ISSN 1363-4607 [Article]

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Winch, Alison; Littler, Jo and Keller, Jessalynn. 2016. Why “intergenerational feminist media studies”? Feminist Media Studies, 16(4), pp. 557-572. ISSN 1468-0777 [Article]

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Winch, Alison. 2015. Brand Intimacy, Female Friendship and Digital Surveillance Networks. New Formations(84/85), pp. 228-245. ISSN 0950-2378 [Article]

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Winch, Alison. 2015. Feminism, generation and intersectionality: Generational differences within feminism are also opportunities for dialogue. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture(58), pp. 8-20. ISSN 1362-6620 [Article]

Winch, Alison. 2012. The Girlfriend Gaze. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture(52), pp. 21-32. ISSN 1362-6620 [Article]

Winch, Alison and Webster, Anna. 2012. Here comes the brand: Wedding media and the management of transformation. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 26(1), pp. 51-59. ISSN 1030-4312 [Article]

Winch, Alison. 2012. 'We can have it all': The Girlfriend Flick. Feminist Media Studies, 12(1), pp. 69-82. ISSN 1468-0777 [Article]

Winch, Alison. 2011. ‘Your new smart-mouthed girlfriends’: Postfeminist Conduct Books. Journal of Gender Studies, 20(4), pp. 359-370. ISSN 0958-9236 [Article]

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Little, Ben and Winch, Alison. 2021. The New Patriarchs of Digital Capitalism: Celebrity Tech Founders and Networks of Power. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780367260118 [Book]

Winch, Alison. 2019. Darling, It's Me. London: Penned in the Margins. ISBN 9781908058676 [Book]

Winch, Alison. 2016. Trouble. Birmingham: The Emma Press. ISBN 9781910139394 [Book]

Winch, Alison. 2013. Girlfriends and Postfeminist Sisterhood. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230348752 [Book]

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Little, Ben and Winch, Alison. 2024. A Conjunctural Cultural Studies Approach to the Millennial. In: Helen Kingstone and Jennie Bristow, eds. Studying Generations: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 85-104. ISBN 9781529223491 [Book Section]

Winch, Alison. 2020. ‘Bishop Berkeley is my Boyfriend’ [poem]. In: , ed. The Forward Book of Poetry 2020: The Best Poems from the Forward Prizes. London: Bookmark, p. 133. ISBN 9780571353880 [Book Section]

Winch, Alison and Hakim, Jamie. 2016. 'I'm selling the dream really aren't I?' Sharing Fit Male Bodies on Social Networking Sites. In: Sandro Carnicelli; David McGillivray and Gayle McPherson, eds. Digital Leisure Cultures: Critical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 39-52. ISBN 9781138955073 [Book Section]

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Winch, Alison. 2014. “If Female Envy Did Not Spoil Every Thing in the World of Women”: Lies, Rivalry, and Reputation in Lady Elizabeth Craven's Travelogues. In: Clare Broome Saunders, ed. Women, Travel Writing, and Truth. New York: Routledge, pp. 91-105. ISBN 9781138023529 [Book Section]

Conference or Workshop Item

Winch, Alison. 2023. 'Invited ‘Consenting to the Promotional Household in the Current Conjuncture’'. In: Conjuncture Workshop. Technische Universität Dresden, Germany 27-29 October 2023. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2023. 'Founders, Rivalries and US West Coast Tech'. In: Digital Platforms and the Future of Political Solidarity. LSE, United Kingdom 28 March 2023. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2023. 'Consenting to the Promotional Household'. In: Algorithms For Her? 2. University of Sheffield, United Kingdom 23 - 24 March 2023. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2022. 'Invited ‘Consent, Platforms and the Household’'. In: Postdigital Intimacies and the Networked Public-Private. Coventry University, United Kingdom 24 - 25 November 2022. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison and Little, Ben. 2021. 'The New Patriarchs of Digital Capitalism'. In: Digital Delights & Disturbances Lecture Series. John Cabot University, Rome, Italy 30 November 2021. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2021. 'The Celebrity Founders of Digital Capitalism'. In: Research Seminar Series (School of Media and Communication). University of Leeds, United Kingdom 27 January 2021. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2019. 'Digital Capitalism’s Patriarchal Assemblages'. In: MA Gender Studies Research Seminars. University of East Anglia, United Kingdom 9 October 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2019. 'Digital Capitalism’s Patriarchal Assemblages'. In: Toxic Digital Intimacies. University of Essex, United Kingdom 19 September 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2019. 'The New Patriarchs of Digital Capitalism'. In: Media, Gender, Feminism. LSE, United Kingdom 20 May 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2019. 'Digital Capitalism's Patriarchal Assemblages'. In: Resisting Digital Culture: Dystopias, Distortions, Disconnections. King's College London, United Kingdom 10 May 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'Feminism, Generation and Patriarchy'. In: After 1968 Conference. University of East London, United Kingdom 22 September 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'James Damore and Online Misogyny'. In: Toxic Masculinities Online. Birmingham City University, United Kingdom 12 September 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'Silicon Valley and Misogyny'. In: Console-ing Passions Conference. Bournemouth University, United Kingdom 11 - 13 July 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'The mediatized construction of the tech-entrepreneur celebrity'. In: Fourth International Celebrity Studies Conference. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy 26 - 28 June 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'Mediating Masculinities Online'. In: Mediated Masculinities: Sex and Violence. City, University of London, United Kingdom 7 May 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. 'Silicon Valley, Digital Capitalism and Patriarchy'. In: UCD Research Seminar. University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland 21 February 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2018. ''Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Promotional Culture''. In: MeCCSA Conference 2018: Creativity and Agency. London South Bank University, United Kingdom 10 - 12 January 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2017. 'The Re-entrenchment of Patriarchy under Digital Capitalism'. In: Digital Violence Conference. Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom 4 November 2017. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2017. '‘Grill Talk’: Mark Zuckerberg and Mediatisation of Food'. In: Digital Food Cultures. King's College London, United Kingdom 5 July 2017. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2017. 'Mark Zuckerberg and Postfeminist Paternity'. In: The Digital Everyday: Exploration or Alienation?. King's College London, United Kingdom 6 May 2017. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2017. 'Invited: Introductory Talk'. In: The Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust Politics and Culture Seminar. Eastbourne, United Kingdom 16 April 2017. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2017. 'Materialist Assemblages and Facebook'. In: Debates in New Materialisms III: New materialism, political economy and the (re)productive body. Middlesex University, United Kingdom 7 April 2017. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2016. '‘Hanging out with you in my back yard’: Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Feed'. In: Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference 2016. University of Sydney, Australia 14 - 17 December 2016. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2016. 'Intergenerational Feminisms, Social Media and Protest'. In: UEA Social Media and Protest Conference. University of East Anglia, United Kingdom 27 April 2016. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2015. 'Intergenerational Feminism, Blogging and Branded Cultures'. In: Console-ing Passions Conference. Dublin, Ireland 18 - 20 June 2015. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2015. 'Feminist Burn Out and Social Media'. In: Consuming/Culture: Women and Girls in Print and Pixels. Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom 5 - 6 June 2015. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2015. 'Girlfriend Culture and Intergenerational Feminisms'. In: Research Seminar Series. King's College London, United Kingdom 2 June 2015. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2014. 'Intergenerational Feminisms'. In: Research Seminar Series. University of Oxford, United Kingdom 26 September 2014. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2014. 'Book launch 'Girlfriends''. In: Book launch event 'Mediated Intimacies'. Open University, United Kingdom 30 July 2014. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2014. 'Live Briefs and the Employability Agenda'. In: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Middlesex University, United Kingdom 10 July 2014. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Winch, Alison. 2014. 'Girlfriends'. In: Research Seminar Series. University of Oxford, United Kingdom 26 February 2014. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Edited Book

Normand, Lawrence and Winch, Alison, eds. 2013. Encountering Buddhism in Twentieth-Century British and American Literature. London: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781441184764 [Edited Book]

Edited Journal

Winch, Alison; Forkert, Kirsten and Davison, Sally, eds. 2019. Neoliberalism, Feminism, Transnationalism, Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture, (71). 1362-6620 [Edited Journal]

Attwood, Feona; Hakim, Jamie and Winch, Alison, eds. 2017. Mediated Intimacies: Relationships, Bodies, Technology, Journal of Gender Studies, 26(3). 0958-9236 [Edited Journal]

Winch, Alison; Littler, Jo and Keller, Jessalynn, eds. 2016. An Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies: Conflicts and Connectivities, Feminist Media Studies, 16(4). 1468-0777 [Edited Journal]

Film/Video

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Winch, Alison. 2023. Musk isn’t serious about fighting, Zuckerberg says. The Washington Post, Washington. [Other]

Winch, Alison. 2023. Strike Badge. leftcultures.com. [Other]

Winch, Alison. 2021. 'Dolphins are Dolphins'. The Poetry Review, London. [Other]

Schwartz, Andi and Winch, Alison. 2021. Female Friendships: How our bonds are bound by the political landscape. Herizons, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. [Other]

Winch, Alison. 2021. 'Sad Pylons'. Poetry London, London. [Other]

Winch, Alison. 2020. Occupational Therapist. The Emma Press, Birmingham. [Other]

Winch, Alison. 2019. Poem of the week: Marriage. The Guardian, London. [Other]

This list was generated on Sun May 26 05:05:22 2024 BST.