Law and Popular Culture: Remembering Steve Redhead

Law and Popular Culture: Remembering Steve Redhead

The ESLJ’s editors were dismayed to hear of the passing of advisory board member Steve Redhead, a founding member of the Journal’s editorial board and a key figure in numerous fields that the journal has covered over the years. Yet his legacy is to be celebrated.

Entertainment and Sports Law Journal editor Professor Guy Osborn’s eloquent tribute to Steve (‘He Danced Critically, He Raved Off) can be found on the Leisure Studies Association blog.

Steve’s contribution to ESLJ can in no measure be fully reflected here but below are the articles he wrote or were written about his work in ESLJ.

Intervention

Emotional Hooligan: Post-Subcultural Research and the Histories of Britain’s Football Gangs
Leeds United on Trial
Article
Little Hooliganz: The Inside Story of Glamorous Lads, Football Hooligans and Post-Subculturalism
Reviews
The Mayor’s A Square: Live Music and Law and Order in Sydney by Shane Homan
The Book of Touch edited by Constance Classen
And on Steve’s Little Hooliganz, Dr Geoff Pearson on A commentary on ‘Little Hooliganz: The Inside Story of Glamorous Lads, Football Hooligans and Post-Subculturalism’ by Professor Steve Redhead

 

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