Anachronism, apologetics and Robin Hood: Televisual nationhood after TV

Donald, S 2009, 'Anachronism, apologetics and Robin Hood: Televisual nationhood after TV' in Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (ed.) Television Studies After TV: Understanding Television in the Post-broadcast Era, Routledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 125-136.


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Title Anachronism, apologetics and Robin Hood: Televisual nationhood after TV
Author(s) Donald, S
Year 2009
Title of book Television Studies After TV: Understanding Television in the Post-broadcast Era
Publisher Routledge
Place of publication London, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay
Start page 125
End page 136
Subjects Film and Television
Summary Television studies post-television is a project that announces two problems for contemporary media research. First, what is 'post' in one place may be current in another; and second, the appellation 'post-anything' is generally a signal of intent to revision rather than to abandon an intellectual or political project. It is therefore wise to warn the reader that we may stray immediately into the past in our efforts to explain disquiet with the present.
Copyright notice © 2009 Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay
Keyword(s) Television
ISBN 9780415477703
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