36: Diana and Democracy

Editor(s): 
Autumn 1998

Contents

Editorial -  FREE TO VIEW 
Jeremy Gilbert, David Glover, Cora Kaplan, Jenny Bourne Taylor, Wendy Wheeler  

The cult of celebrity
Jacqueline Rose 

Disposing with Diana: Diana’s death and the funeral culture
Ruth Richardson  

Unworkable feeling: Diana, death and feminisation
Carol Watts  

Diana and the constitution: a conversation
Anthony Barnett and Jenny Bourne Taylor  

The temporality of democracy: the long revolution and Diana, Princess of Wales
Mark Gibson  

Remembering Diana: The geography of celebrity and the politics of lack
Nick Couldry  

Violence and the sacred: the Iron Lady, the Princess and the People’s PM
Heather Nunn  

An extraordinary life: The legacy of an ambivalence
Lisa Blackman  

Alt.Conspiracy.Princess-Diana: The Conspiracy of Discourse
Clare Birchall  

Princess: Diana, feminity and the royal
Jude Davies

REVIEWS -  FREE TO VIEW 
The royal ‘we’
Rosalind Brunt

The politics of mourning
Feona Attwood

Fantastic subject
Christine Clegg

Naomi Mitchison
Elizabeth Maslen

Flora Tristan
Máire F. Cross

Una Marson
Alison Donnell

BOOKNOTES -  FREE TO VIEW 
Ben Highmore, Bernand Vere

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