Dr David James
David James is a member of the Media Research Centre.A selection of recent research outputs.
- Journal Articles
James, D., 2012. 'No other excuse: Race, class and gender in British Music Hall comedic performance 1914–1949', Comedy Studies, Vol. 3 no. 1, 17-28.
Huxley, D., 2011. 'Music Hall Reviews', The Comedy Journal, Journal Vol 2 n2, 190-194.
James, D., 2009. 'A Critical Analysis of the Portrayal of ‘Race’ in It Ain’t Half Hot Mum', Journal of British Cinema and Television, December 2009.
James, D., 2012. 'No other excuse: Race, class and gender in British Music Hall comedic performance 1914–1949', The Sixth International Comedy Conference, Manchester Meropolitan University, 31 May-1 June 2012.
James, D. Huxley, D, 2011. ''No Other Excuse': British Musical Performances 1899-1920', 5th International Comedy Conference, Salford University, 2-3 June 2011.
James, D., 2010. 'The Diary of a Nobody: The Travels of Fred Hill', So Funny it Hurts - The Fourth International Comedy Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, 3-4 June 2010.
James, D., 2009. 'The Films of Morecambe and Wise', Comics in the Frame: an International Conference on Comedy, Salford University, 4-5 June 2009.
James, D., 2008. 'Carry On Foreigners', ‘Funny People Those Foreigners’: The Second International Comedy Conference, Salford University, 5-6 June 2008.
James, D., 2007. 'The representation of race in 'It Ain't half Hot Mum'', What have you got in that Box?, Salford University, 31st May - 1st June.