Jessica Evans
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Research overview <p>For many years I have taught and researched in the interdisciplinary area of combinations of psychosocial theory, cultural and media studies and sociology. My interests are in the psychoanalytic aspects of the public sphere and its governance, particularly policy development based on the idea of civic renewal and the centrality of communities, and therapeutic culture and the place of emotions in public life. My early writings were on visual culture and representations of disability from within a psychosocial framework.</p><p><strong>Selected publications</strong></p><p>Evans, J. and Hesmondhalgh, D. (eds) (2005)<em>Understanding Media: Inside Celebrity</em>, Buckingham, Open University Press.</p><p>Evans, J.&lsquo;Celebrity, Media and History&rsquo; in Evans and Hesmondhalgh (eds)</p><p>Evans, J. (2005)&lsquo;Against Decorum! Jo Spence, a voice on the margins&rsquo;, in<em>Jo Spence</em>, Barcelona, Museu d&rsquo;Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA). In English, Spanish and Catalan (major international catalogue)</p><p>Evans, J. (2004) Review essay on<em>Love and Hate in the Welfare State</em>by Lynn Froggett,<em>International Journal of Critical Psychology</em>, no.10, pp.182-188.</p><p>Evans, J. (2003)&lsquo;Vigilance and Vigilantes: A Psychoanalytic View on Anti-Paedophile Protesters&rsquo;<em>, Theoretical Criminology</em>, Vol. 7 (2) Spring. pp. 163-189</p><p>Evans, J. (2000)&#39;Feminism and photography: languages of exposure&#39; in Pajackowsksa, C. and Carson, F. (eds)<em>Feminism and Visual Culture</em>, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.</p><p>Du Gay, P., Evans, J. and Redman, P. (eds) (2000)<em>Identity: A Reader</em>, London, Sage in association with The Open University.</p><p>Evans, J. (1999)&#39;Feeble monsters: making up disabled people&#39; in Evans and Hall (eds)</p><p>Evans, J. and Hall, S. (eds) (1999)<em>Visual Culture: The Reader</em>, London, Sage in association with The Open University.</p><p>Boswell, D. and Evans, J. (eds) (1999)<em>Representing the Nation: A Reader; Histories</em>, Heritage and Museums, London, Routledge in association with The Open University.</p><p>Evans, J. (1998)&#39;In de geest van liefdadigheid? Fotografie en verstandleijk gehandicapten&#39;, chapter (on the representation of mental disability) in ter Haar, J.A.A. and Flikweert, D.A. (eds)<em>Beelden en Beeldvorming</em>(trans. A. ter Haar), Houten/Diegem, Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum, Netherlands.</p><p>Evans, J. (1997)&#39;An affront to taste? The disturbances of Jo Spence&#39; in Evans (ed.)</p><p>Evans, J. (1997)&#39;Camerawork in context&#39; in Evans (ed.) (1997).</p><p>Evans, J. (1997)&#39;Feeble monsters: making up disabled people&#39; in Cobley, P. and Briggs, A. (eds)<em>Introduction to Media Studies</em>, London, Longman. [Also anthologized in Evans and Hall (eds) (1999) above.]</p><p>Evans, J. (ed.) (1997)<em>The Camerawork Essays: Context and Meaning in Photography</em>, London, Rivers Oram Press. (Received Arts Council Publishing Grant)</p><p>Evans, J. (1994)&#39;Victor Burgin and his polysemic dreamcoat&#39; in Roberts, J. (ed.)<em>Art Has No History: The Making and Unmaking of Modern Art</em>, London, Verso.</p><p>Evans, J. (1992)&#39;Little Stephen: infantilism, projection and naturalism in the charity image&#39; in Hevey, D. (ed.)<em>The Creatures That Time Forgot: Charities and Disability Photography</em>, London, Routledge.</p><p>Evans, J. (1988)&lsquo;The Iron Cage of Visibility: a critique of dominant representations of mental handicap&rsquo;, in<em>Ten.8 International Photography Journal,</em>no.29, pp. 38-51. ISSN 01429663</p><p>Evans, J. (1986/7)&lsquo;The Imagined Referent&ndash; an analysis of photography within the institutions of medicine and charity&rsquo;,<em>Block</em>, no.12, Winter, pp. 71-82.</p><p>A repository of research publications and other research outputs can be viewed at The Open University&#39;s<a href="http://oro.open.ac.uk" target="_blank">Open Research Online</a>.</p>
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