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Her online biography says: 'This has included looking at representations of the body in the horror genre, reality TV and specific celebrity case studies who embody a camp sensibility.'Another 'top academic' is Allan Moore, a graduate from Southampton University who is now the professor of music in the school of arts in the city.
He has also written a book on the 70-year-old rock musician Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull – or more specifically on the ageing rocker's 1971 album Aqualung.
A paper on her website is entitled: 'Rocking with the undead: how zombies infected the psychobilly subculture.' Ms Dipple goes on to tell us: 'Zombie culture is ubiquitous: the undead can be found lurking in a number of unexpected areas of popular culture.' Some might joke that one or two zombies can be found in Corbyn's Labour Party.
Another signatory is William Proctor from Bournemouth University, where he is a 'senior lecturer in journalism, English and communication'. 'He has published on a variety of topics including Batman, James Bond, Spider-Man, The Walking Dead, One Direction fandom, and the reboot phenomenon [whatever that means] in popular culture.'William is Director of The World Star Wars Project, a five-year study of the franchise from multiple perspectives which will culminate in 2020 with a multilingual, mixed methods global online questionnaire.