Assessment of Book Proposals and Academic Manuscripts

I have reviewed book proposals and manuscripts for Oxford University Press, Rowman & Littlefield, The Open University Press, Sage Academic Publishing, Bloomsbury Press, Palgrave Macmillan and the University of New South Wales Press. I have been commissioned to be a reviewer of the following book proposals:

2003

  • G. Goggin (ed.), Virtual Internet: The Australian Internet Reader (University of New South Wales Press, Sydney).
  • G. Goggin, Networked Imaginings: A Cultural History of Australian Internet (University of New South Wales Press, Sydney).

2004

  • S. Cottle (ed.), New(s) Times: Journalism, Production and Change (University of New South Wales Press, Sydney).
  • J. Thomas and R. Hassan (eds.), The New Media Theory Reader (Open University Press/McGraw Hill Education, Berkshire).

2005

  • G. A. Gow and R. K. Smith, Mobile and Wireless Communications: A Social and Technological Introduction (Open University Press/McGraw Hill Education, Berkshire).

2006

  • M. Gibson, Culture and Power: A History of Cultural Studies (University of New South Wales Press, Sydney – Australian reprint of BERG (UK) edition).

2007

  • A. Moran, A. May and C. Messenger, Global Media and Australian Television (Palgrave, Basingstoke).
  • S. Lax, Media and Communications Technologies (Palgrave, Basingstoke).
  • M. Balnaves, S. H. Donald and B. Shoesmith, Global Media Studies (Palgrave, Basingstoke).

2008

  • R. Rudin, Broadcasting in the 21st Century (Palgrave, London).

2009

  • J. Curran (ed.), Mass Media and Society, 5th Edition (Bloomsbury, London).
  • D. Freedman, Media Power: Problems and Solutions (Bloomsbury: London).
  • T. Dwyer, Media Convergence (Open University Press, Maidenhead UK).

2010

  • D. Winseck, Political Economy of the Media and Cultural Industries (Bloomsbury, London).
  • J. Smith Maguire and J. Matthews (eds.), The Cultural Intermediaries Reader (SAGE, London).
  • K. Williams, Understanding Media Theory (Bloomsbury, London).

2011

  • P. Iosifidis, Global Media Policy (Palgrave, Basingstoke).