Serial Agencies - The Wire and Its Readers
Frank Kelleters Buch Serial Agencies: The Wire and Its Readers ist im September 2014 bei Zero Books erschienen. Hier ist eine Auswahl der Rezensionen: Rita Felski (University of Virginia, Autorin von Uses of Literature) schreibt: "Frank Kelleter's Serial Agencies is sharp, savvy, and sophisticated, offering a fresh angle of vision on a much-discussed TV drama. This is a must-read book for fans of The Wire as well as anyone interested in the relations between actor-network-theory and media studies." Jason Mittell (Middlebury College, Autor von Television and American Culture) beschreibt das Buch folgendermaßen: "Kelleter succeeds in letting us hear what The Wire says about itself, what its readers do in their reading practices, and how scholarship shapes its critical objects of serialized culture. In doing so, this engaging book does more than just illuminate this canonical television text; it provides an original approach to understanding serial media and its critical practices. Serial Agencies will hopefully prove to be a powerful actor on the future of media and cultural studies."