Dr Fan Carter

About

I am the Head of Department for Critical and Historical Studies in Kingston School of Art. I have taught media cultures and histories for many years and have a particular interest in issues of gender, magazines and consumer cultures.  I have published in the areas of magazine studies, consumer cultures, celebrity culture and reality TV programming.

I am currently writing a monograph on fashion magazines and consumer culture in 1960s Britain for Routledge. 

Academic responsibilities

Associate Professor

Qualifications

  • DPhil, Sussex
  • BA, History of Art and Architecture, UEA,
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, 2015

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught

Research

My current research project grows out of my doctoral study of teenage girls' magazines and their readers in the 1990s. I am currently working on a cultural history of young women's magazines in the 1960s, looking at the interrelationship between femininity, consumer culture and new models of subjectivity. The project draws across archive material of magazines and marketing promotions as well as oral histories of readers and journalists from the period.

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

Book Section

Andrews, Maggie and Carter, Fan (2020) The pursuit of pleasure and politics: women's magazines and women's enfranchisement. In: Conboy, Martin and Bingham, Adrian, (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, Volume 3: Competition and Disruption, 1900 -2017. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. (The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, 3) (In Press)

Carter, Fan (2016) A Taste of Honey: Get-ahead femininity in 1960s Britain. In: Ritchie, Rachel , Hawkins, Sue , Phillips, Nicola and Kleinberg, S. Jay, (eds.) Women in magazines: research, representation, production and consumption. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 183-200. (Routledge Research in Gender and History) ISBN 9781138824027

Carter, Fan (2014) What's Luff got to do with it? Teenage magazines, sexuality and regulation in the 1990s (too much, too young? teenage magazines, sexuality and regulation). In: Andrews, Maggie and McNamara, Sallie, (eds.) Women and the media: feminism and femininity in Britain, 1900 to the present. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 231-243. (Routledge research in gender and history) ISBN 9780415660365

Carter, Fan (2011) Between ephemera and posterity: the commemorative magazine issue. In: Andrews, Maggie , Bagot Jewitt, Charles and Hunt, Nigel, (eds.) Lest we forget: remembrance & commemoration. Stroud, U.K. : The History Press. pp. 82-86. ISBN 9780752473345

Carter, Fan and Andrews, Maggie (2008) 'Who let the dogs out?' Pets, parenting and the ethics of lifestyle programming. In: Palmer, Gareth, (ed.) Exposing lifestyle television: the big reveal. Aldershot, U.K. : Ashgate. pp. 39-48. ISBN 9780754674306

Carter, Fan (2005) It's a girl thing: teenage magazines, lifestyle and consumer culture. In: Bell, David and Hollows, Joanne, (eds.) Ordinary lifestyles: popular media, consumption and taste. Maidenhead, U.K. : Open University Press. pp. 173-186. ISBN 9780335215508

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