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Hamad, Hannah 2021. Resilience is a feminist issue: A response to Angela McRobbie’s Feminism and the Politics of Resilience in the context of Britain during the coronavirus pandemic. European Journal of Cultural Studies 10.1177/13675494211037686

Hamad, Hannah 2021. All in the ‘fam’: interrogating kinship networks with the thirteenth Doctor. In: Cherry, Brigid, Hills, Matt and O'Day, Andrew eds. Doctor Who: New Dawn - Essays on the Jodie Whittaker Era, Manchester University Press,

Hamad, Hannah 2021. Leeds animation workshop’s give us a smile: a feminist revenge fantasy. [Online]. Fantasy/Animation. Available at:

Hamad, Hannah 2021. "Women are angry': remember the feminist protests at UK cinemas of November and December 1980, forty years on. [Online]. Women’s Film & Television History Network-UK/Ireland: WFTHN. Available at: https://womensfilmandtelevisionhistory.wordpress.c...

Hamad, Hannah 2021. The origins of the Guardian Women's page. In: Freedman, Des ed. Capitalism's Conscience: 200 Years of the Guardian, Pluto Press,

Hamad, Hannah 2020. ‘Nice shoes’: Will Smith, mid-2000s (post) racial discourse and the symbolic significance of shoes in I, Robot (Alex Proyas, 2004) and The Pursuit of Happyness (Gabriele Muccino, 2006). In: Ezra, Elizabeth and Wheatley, Catherine eds. Shoe Reels: The History and Philosophy of Footwear in Film, Edinburgh University Press,

Hamad, Hannah 2020. The movie producer, the feminists and the serial killer: UK feminist activism, misogynist 70s film culture and the (non) filming of the Yorkshire ripper murders. In: Fenwick, James, Foster, Kieran and Eldridge, David eds. Shadow Cinema: The Historical and Production Contexts of Unmade Films, Bloomsbury Academic,

Negra, Diane and Hamad, Hannah 2020. The new Plutocratic (post)feminism. In: Cooke, Jennifer ed. The New Feminist Literary Studies, Cambridge University Press, pp. 83-96.

Wemyss, Georgie, Yuval-Davis, Nira, Hamad, Hannah, White, Joy, Patel, Karen, Grayson, Deborah and Wedderburn, Alister 2020. Notes from lockdown: A series of reflections on some of the political and cultural impacts of the pandemic [NHS workers and the UK media]. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture 75 , 13-36(18-21). 10.3898/SOUN.75.01.2020

Hamad, Hannah 2020. Bromance. The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication, Wiley, (\10.1002/9781119429128.iegmc137)

Hamad, Hannah 2020. BOOK REVIEW: Revisiting the Yorkshire Ripper murders: histories of gender, violence and victimhood, by Louise Wattis, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Feminist Review 125 (1) , pp. 132-134. 10.1177/0141778920911019

Gill, Rosalind, Hamad, Hannah, Kauser, Maryam, Negra, Diane and Roshini, Nayomi 2020. Intergenerational feminism and media: a roundtable. In: Keller, Jessalynn, Littler, Jo and Winch, Alison eds. An Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies: Conflicts and Connectivities, Routledge, pp. 170-180.

Hamad, Hannah 2020. Gender politics and celebrity. The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication, Wiley, (10.1002/9781119429128.iegmc209)

Hamad, Hannah 2020. ''I Will Be with You, Whatever': Blair and Bush's Baghdadi bromance'. In: Brickman, Barbara Jane, Jermyn, Deborah and Trost, Theodore Louis eds. Love Across the Atlantic: US-UK Romance in Popular Culture, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press,

Hamad, Hannah 2019. Book Review: Jane Arthurs and Ben Little, Russell Brand: comedy, celebrity, politics. European Journal of Cultural Studies 23 (4) , pp. 672-676. 10.1177/1367549419861705

Cobb, Shelley and Hamad, Hannah 2018. “That, My Friend, Is What They Call… Closure”: The one with the Friends finale. In: Howard, Douglas and Bianculli, David eds. Finale: Considering the Ends of Television Series: From Howdy Doody to Girls, Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press,

Hamad, Hannah 2018. The one with the feminist critique: revisiting millennial postfeminism with Friends. Television and New Media 19 (8) , pp. 692-707. 10.1177/1527476418779624

Cobb, Shelley, Ewen, Neil and Hamad, Hannah 2018. Friends reconsidered: Cultural politics, intergenerationality, and afterlives. Television and New Media 19 (8) , p. 683. 10.1177/1527476418778426

Hamad, Hannah 2018. Book Review: The evolution of black women in television: mammies, matriarchs and mistresses by Imani M. Cheers. Critical Studies in Television 13 (4) , pp. 525-529. 10.1177/1749602018798190d

Hamad, Hannah 2018. Celebrity in the contemporary era. In: Elliott, Anthony ed. Routledge Handbook of Celebrity Studies, Routledge International Handbooks, New York and London: Routledge, pp. 44-57.

Hamad, Hannah 2018. 'You always said you were as good as any doctor' - trust me: a post mid-staffs nurses' revenge fantasy. [Online]. University of Hertfordshite. Available at:

Hamad, Hannah 2018. 'Take four girls'... and diversify them: The evolving intersectionality of call the midwife. [Online]. University of Hertfordshite. Available at:

Hamad, Hannah 2018. Black star: A BFI compendium, edited by James Bell, London, BFI, 2016, 160 pp., £13.99 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-84-457971-6 [Book Review]. Celebrity Studies 9 (3) , pp. 409-411. 10.1080/19392397.2018.1493823

Hamad, Hannah 2018. Introduction: ‘new’ celebrity feminisms, media users’ responses to celebrity coming out narratives and the photographic celebrity memoir. Celebrity Studies 9 (1) , pp. 97-98. 10.1080/19392397.2017.1346048

Hamad, Hannah 2017. Introduction: the ‘quiet charisma’ of Brad Pitt; Trump and Hitler; and Elvis at the O2. Celebrity Studies 10 (2) , pp. 294-295. 10.1080/19392397.2017.1390953

Hamad, Hannah 2017. Introduction: farming fame, memorialising Amy Winehouse, and recuperating Salman Khan. Celebrity Studies 8 (2) , pp. 344-345. 10.1080/19392397.2017.1311626

Hamad, Hannah 2017. Introduction: literary celebrity and politics. Celebrity Studies 8 (1) , p. 151. 10.1080/19392397.2016.1275327

Hamad, Hannah 2016. Introduction: literary celebrity and industry practice. Celebrity Studies 7 (4) , pp. 575-576. 10.1080/19392397.2016.1234809

Hamad, Hannah 2016. Introduction: politicised iconicity, adaptable stardom and Generation X celebrity in the contemporary mediascape. Celebrity Studies 7 (3) , pp. 419-420. 10.1080/19392397.2016.1202660

Hamad, Hannah 2016. Contemporary medical television and crisis in the NHS. Critical Studies in Television 11 (2) , pp. 136-150. 10.1177/1749602016645778

Hamad, Hannah 2016. Introduction: gal pals, gamers and hacktivists in contemporary cultures of celebrity. Celebrity Studies 7 (2) , pp. 280-281. 10.1080/19392397.2016.1165004

Hamad, Hannah 2016. Introduction: transgender celebrity, celebrity political endorsements, and the practice of celebrity public relations. Celebrity Studies 7 (1) , pp. 113-114. 10.1080/19392397.2016.1131010

Hamad, Hannah 2015. 'Tom Cruise: performing masculinity in post-Vietnam Hollywood' by Ruth O'Donnell [Book Review]. Feminist Media Studies 16 (1) , pp. 186-187. 10.1080/14680777.2016.1120495

Hamad, Hannah 2015. Introduction: intersections of fame, politics and power in the contemporary celebrity mediascape. Celebrity Studies 6 (4) , pp. 601-602. 10.1080/19392397.2015.1092212

Hamad, Hannah 2015. Eddie Murphy’s baby mama drama and Smith family values: the (post-) racial familial politics of Hollywood celebrity couples. In: Cobb, Shelley and Ewen, Neil eds. First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship and Cultural Politics, London and New York: Bloomsbury, pp. 116-132.

Hamad, Hannah 2015. Girlfriends and postfeminist sisterhood, by Alison Winch, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 [Book Review]. Australian Feminist Studies 30 (83) , pp. 99-101. 10.1080/08164649.2014.998454

Hamad, Hannah and Taylor, Anthea 2015. Introduction: feminism and contemporary celebrity culture. Celebrity Studies 6 (1) , pp. 124-127. 10.1080/19392397.2015.1005382

Hamad, Hannah 2015. “I’m Not Past My Sell By Date Yet!”: Sarah Jane’s adventures in postfeminist rejuvenation and the later life celebrity of Elisabeth Sladen. In: Jermyn, Deborah and Holmes, Susan eds. Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 162-177.

Bennett, James and Hamad, Hannah 2015. Introduction: new faces, recurrent themes and research agendas. Celebrity Studies 6 (2) , pp. 252-253. 10.1080/19392397.2015.1029772

Hamad, Hannah 2014. Paternalising the rejuvenation of later life masculinity in twenty-first century film. In: Whelehan, Imelda and Gwynne, Joel eds. Ageing, Popular Culture and Contemporary Feminism: Harleys and Hormones, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-119.

Hamad, Hannah 2014. Fairy jobmother to the rescue: postfeminism and the recessionary cultures of reality TV. In: Negra, Diane and Tasker, Yvonne eds. Gendering the Recession: Media and Culture in an Age of Austerity, Durham and London: Duke University Press, pp. 223-245. (10.1215/9780822376538-010)
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Hamad, Hannah 2014. “Don’t let him take Britain back to the 1980s”: Ashes to Ashes as postfeminist recession television. Continuum , pp. 201-212. 10.1080/10304312.2014.888041

Hamad, Hannah 2013. Postfeminism and paternity in contemporary US film: Framing fatherhood. Advances in Film Studies, New York and London: Routledge.

Hamad, Hannah 2013. Age of austerity celebrity expertise in UK reality television. Celebrity Studies 4 (2) , pp. 245-248. 10.1080/19392397.2013.791056

Hamad, Hannah 2013. Hollywood fatherhood: paternal Postfeminism in contemporary popular cinema. In: Gwynne, Joel and Muller, Nadine eds. Postfeminism and Contemporary Hollywood Cinema, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 99-115.

Hamad, Hannah 2011. Extreme parenting: recuperating fatherhood in Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds (2005). In: Radner, Hilary and Stringer, Rebecca eds. Feminism at the Movies: Understanding Gender in Contemporary Popular Cinema, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 241-254.

Godfrey, Sarah and Hamad, Hannah 2011. Save the cheerleader, save the males: Resurgent protective paternalism in popular film and television after 9/11. In: Ross, Karen ed. The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media, Oxford: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 157-173.
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Hamad, Hannah 2011. A tear for Sarah Jane: a feminist aca-obit. Flow TV: A Critical Forum in Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2011. Greer Garson: “The Great Story of a Great Woman!” Gallant ladies, and British wartime femininity. In: Griffin, Sean ed. What Dreams Were Made Of: Movie Stars of the 1940s, Star Decades: American Culture/American Cinema, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 142-165.

Hamad, Hannah 2011. 'My wife calls him my boyfriend': Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams' reconciliatory bromance. Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2010. A 'whoniverse' of runaway brides. Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2010. ‘Hollywood’s hot dads’: tabloid, reality and scandal discourses of celebrity postfeminist fatherhood. Celebrity Studies 1 (2) , pp. 151-169. 10.1080/19392397.2010.482270

Hamad, Hannah 2010. Postfeminist primary colors: coding femininities in media culture. Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2010. “Attack of boss-zilla!” – female conflict and generational discord in postfeminism’s new monstrous feminine. Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2009. Dad TV - postfeminism and the paternalization of US television drama. Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture

Hamad, Hannah 2007. 'The position of annoying talking animal has already been taken!' The unspeakability of race in the rearticulated star persona of Eddie Murphy. In: McDonald, Tamar Jeffers and Wells, Elisabeth eds. Realities and Remediations: The Limits of Representation in Film, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 45-63.

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