Recent publications (selection)

Transformations in the Media and Cultural Industries


  • Ahmed Al-Rawi. Media Practice in Iraq. Basingstoke, Hampshire (UK). Palgrave-McMillan (ISBN 978-0230354524).

  • Christian Handke. Digital Copying and the Supply of Sound Recordings, Information Economics and Policy, 24(1), 15-29.

  • Arno van der Hoeven. Remembering the popular music of the 1990s: dance music and the cultural meanings of decade-based nostalgia. International Journal of Heritage Studies.  Online first: DOI: 10.1080/13527258.2012.738334.

  • Arno van der Hoeven. The popular music heritage of the Dutch pirates: illegal radio and cultural identity. Media, Culture and Society, 34(8), 927-943.

  • Lela Mosemghvdlishvili & Jeroen Jansz. Negotiability of technology and its limitations: the politics of App development. Information, Communication & Society. Online first: DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2012.735252.

  • Marc Verboord. Exploring authority in the film blogosphere: Differences between male and female bloggers regarding blog content and structure. Interactions, 2(3), 243-259.


  • Isabel Awad Cherit. Latinas/os and the mainstream press: The exclusions of professional diversity. Journalism: theory, practice and criticism, 12(5), 515-532.

  • Amanda Brandellero & Karen Pfeffer. Multiple and shifting geographies of world music production. Area, 43 (4), 495-505.

  • Timothy J. Dowd & Susanne Janssen

     (Eds.) Globalization and diversity in cultural fields: Comparative perspectives on music, literature and television. Special issue of American Behavioral Scientist, 55 (5).
  • Erik Hitters. Back to Hilversum. Consolidation of the Dutch broadcast cluster. In R.G. Picard & C. Karlsson (Eds.), Media clusters: Spatial agglomeration and content capabilities (pp. 99-119). Cheltenham, UK: Edgar Elgar (ISBN 9780857932686).

  • Stijn ReijndersPlaces of the Imagination. Media, tourism, culture. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. [ISBN: 978-1-4094-1977-8].

  • Mijke Slot, Leonie Ruhe, & Valerie Frissen (2011). Nieuws online. Een studie naar digitale nieuwsproductie door traditionele aanbieders en nieuwkomers. Maastricht: Designing the daily digital (ISBN 9781453793767).

  • Marc Verboord. Market logic and cultural consecration in French, German and American bestseller lists, 1970-2007. Poetics. Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts, 39(4), 290-315.


  • Christian Handke. ‘The Creative Destruction of Copyright. Innovation in the Record Industry and Digital Copying' (PhD Thesis) Rotterdam. Erasmus University.

  • Erik Hitters & Miriam van de Kamp. Tune in, fade out: Music companies and the (re)valuation of local music products in the Netherlands. Poetics. Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts, 38, 461-480.

  • Susanne Janssen. De institutionele logica van de journalistiek: onderzoek naar het journalistieke veld in het spoor van Bourdieu. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 38(3), 259-267.

  • Susanne Janssen, Marc Verboord, Giselinde Kuipers. Classificaties in de kunstjournalistiek. Hoge en populaire cultuur in Amerikaanse en Europese elitekranten. Sociologie, 6(4), 51-77.

  • An Kuppens. English in advertising: Generic intertextuality in a globalizing media environmentApplied Linguistics, 31(1), 115-135.

  • Stijn Reijnders. On the trail of 007. Media pilgrimages into the world of James Bond. Area, 42, 369-377.


  • Erik Hitters. Exploring the creation of urban media clusters in the creative city. In A. Albarran, P. Faustino & R. Santos [Eds.] Media as a Driver of Information Society (pp. 349-367). Lisbon: Media XXI/Formal Press.

  • Timothy Dowd, Susanne Janssen & Marc Verboord, Fields in transition, Fields in action. Special Issue of Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts, 37 (5-6), 399-506.

  • Miriam van de KampWhere Corporate Culture and Local Markets Meet. Music and Film Majors in the Netherlands, 1990-2005. PhD Dissertation. Erasmus University Rotterdam.

  • Stijn Reijnders. Schuldig landschap. Over de toeristische aantrekkingskracht van Baantjer, Wallander en Inspector Morse. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 37(2), 118-132.


  • Susanne Janssen. The empirical study of careers in literature and the arts. In: D. Inglis & M. Herrero [Eds.], Art and Aesthetics. Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences. Vol. III. London: Routledge.

  • An Kuppens. De globalisering van hip hop: Vlaamse hip hop artiesten over authenticiteit. In H. Van den Bulck & A. Dhoest (Eds.) Media/Cultuur/Identiteit. Actueel onderzoek naar media en maatschappij (pp. 37-50). Ghent: Academia Press.

  • Lisette Derksen & Jo Driessen with contributions by Miriam van de Kamp & Walter Manshanden. Het economisch belang van film in Nederland. Waardecreatie in een dynamische sector. Haarlem: Institute of Advanced Studies and Applied Research (ASAR. Research report commissioned by