Prof Mica Nava


NameProf Mica Nava
Job titleEmeritus Professor
Email addressm.nava@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArts & Digital Industries

Research outputs

Consumerism reconsidered: Buying and power

Nava, M. 1991. Consumerism reconsidered: Buying and power. Cultural Studies. 5 (2), pp. 157-173.

'Modernity's Disavowal: Women the City and the Department Store

Nava, M. 1996. 'Modernity's Disavowal: Women the City and the Department Store. in: Nava, Mica and O'Shea, Alan (ed.) Modern Times: Reflections on a Century of Modernity Routledge. pp. 38-76

Multicultural or cosmopolitan?

Nava, M. 2014. Multicultural or cosmopolitan? Society without Borders, TedxEast End 2014. Oval Space, Bethnal Green, London 18 Jan 2014 London TedxEastEnd.

American Anthropologist Ruth Landes and Race Relations Research in Postwar Britain: A Research File

Nava, M. 2013. American Anthropologist Ruth Landes and Race Relations Research in Postwar Britain: A Research File. London University of East London.

Sometimes antagonistic, sometimes ardently sympathetic: Contradictory responses to migrants in postwar Britain

Nava, M. 2013. Sometimes antagonistic, sometimes ardently sympathetic: Contradictory responses to migrants in postwar Britain. Ethnicities. 14 (3), pp. 458-480.

Consumerism and its Contradictions

Nava, M. 1987. Consumerism and its Contradictions. Cultural Studies. 1 (2), pp. 204-210.

Modernity tamed? Women shoppers and the rationalisation of consumption in the interwar period

Nava, M. 1995. Modernity tamed? Women shoppers and the rationalisation of consumption in the interwar period. Australian Journal of Communication. 22 (2), pp. 1-19.

Framing advertising: cultural analysis and the incrimination of visual texts

Nava, M. 1997. Framing advertising: cultural analysis and the incrimination of visual texts. in: Nava, Mica, Blake, Andrew, MacRury, Iain and Richards, Barry (ed.) Buy this Book: Studies in Advertising and Consumption London Routledge. pp. 34-50

Wider Horizons and Modern Desire: The Contradictions of America and Racial Difference in London 1935-45

Nava, M. 1999. Wider Horizons and Modern Desire: The Contradictions of America and Racial Difference in London 1935-45. New Formations: a journal of culture, theory and politics. 37 (Spring), pp. 71-91.

Thoughts on Contextualising Practice

Nava, M. 2005. Thoughts on Contextualising Practice. Journal of Media Practice. 6 (3), pp. 179-184.

Is Shopping All Bad?

Nava, M. and Lawson, Neal 2010. Is Shopping All Bad? OurKingdom.

Cultural Studies, History and Cosmopolitanism in UK

Nava, M. 2013. Cultural Studies, History and Cosmopolitanism in UK. Culture Unbound. 5 (4), pp. 23-32.

The cosmopolitanism of commerce and the allure of difference:Selfridges, the Russian Ballet and the tango 1911—1914

Nava, M. 1998. The cosmopolitanism of commerce and the allure of difference:Selfridges, the Russian Ballet and the tango 1911—1914. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 1 (2), p. 163.

Cosmopolitan Modernity: Everyday Imaginaries and the Register of Difference

Nava, M. 2002. Cosmopolitan Modernity: Everyday Imaginaries and the Register of Difference. Theory Culture Society.

Consumption's Potent Political Purchase (or why the study of consumption is political)

Nava, M. 2002. Consumption's Potent Political Purchase (or why the study of consumption is political). Times Higher Education.

The Unconscious and Others: Rescue, Inclusivity and the Eroticisation of Difference 1930s Vienna

Nava, M. 2006. The Unconscious and Others: Rescue, Inclusivity and the Eroticisation of Difference 1930s Vienna. in: Bainbridge, C., Radstone, S., Rustin, Michael and Yates, C. (ed.) Culture and the Unconscious London Palgrave. pp. 41-57

Gender and Racial Others in Post-war Britain

Nava, M. 2006. Gender and Racial Others in Post-war Britain. Third Text. 20 (6).

Domestic Cosmopolitanism and Structures of Feeling: the Specificity of London

Nava, M. 2006. Domestic Cosmopolitanism and Structures of Feeling: the Specificity of London. in: Yuval-Davis, Nira, Kannabiran, K. and Vieten, U. (ed.) The Situated Politics of Belonging London SAGE. pp. 42-53

Visceral Cosmopolitanism: Gender, Culture and the Normalisation of Difference

Nava, M. 2007. Visceral Cosmopolitanism: Gender, Culture and the Normalisation of Difference. Oxford Berg.
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