The Console-ing Passions book series at Duke University Press was founded in 1995 with Lynn Spigel as series editor. There are currently over a dozen books in the series. In 2004 a new monograph series was inaugurated called Spin-offs, which are short books on topics, TV titles, or issues that emerged from the original series.
Duke University Press, in the Console-ing Passions series
Recent Publications by Console-ing Passion Board Members
- Mary R. Desjardins and Gerd Gemunden, Deitrich Icon. Duke University Press, 2007.
- Heather Hendershot, "God's Angriest Man: Carl McIntire, Cold War Fundamentalism, and Right Wing-Broadcasting," American Quarterly, June 2007.
- Michelle Hilmes, ed. NBC: America's Network. University of California Press, 2007.
- Michele Hilmes. "Front Line Family: Women's Culture Comes to the BBC," Media, Culture and Society 29:1 (January 2007)
- Elana Levine, Wallowing in Sex: The New Sexual Culture of the 1970s American Television (DUke University Press, 2007).
- Elana Levine and Lisa Parks, eds. Undead TV: Essays on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Duke University Press, 2007).
- Lisa Parks, "Where the Cable Ends: Television Beyond Fringe Areas." In Cable Visions, Sarah Banet-Weiser, Cynthia Chris and Anthony Freitas, eds. New York University Press, forthcoming.