Studies in Visual Culture

provides a forum for ground-breaking enquiry into visual-cultural production in its social, historical and cultural contexts, placing particular emphasis on the exchanges, transactions and diplacements that link Europe to wider global contexts across the visual-cultural field. The series promotes critical engagement with visual media as ideological and cultural as well as aesthetic constructs by exploring a range of subjects including cultural history, literary production and criticism, philosophy, gender and sexuality, journalism and media studies, migration and mobility studies, social sciences and politics.