BiographyThe following are some of my recent publications:
Kama, A. (2014). Calculating Hedonism among Gay Men. In M.J. Leitner & S. Leitner (Eds.), Israeli Life and Leisure in the 21st Century (pp. 281-290). Urbana, IL: Sagamore Publishing.
Kama, A. (2014). Manila-Tel Aviv: Complexities of a Migrant Workers' Magazine. In D. Caspi & N. Elias (Eds.), Ethnic Minorities and Media in the Holy Land (pp. 83-98). London. Vallentine Mitchell.
Kama, A. (2011). Parading Pridefully into the Mainstream: Gay & Lesbian Immersion in the Civil Core. In G. Ben-Porat & B. Turner (Eds.), The Contradictions of Israeli Citizenship: Land, Religion and State (pp. 180-202). Abdingdon: Routledge.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Some more publications:
Ilan, J. & Kama, A. (2016). Where has all the magic gone?: Audience interpretive strategies of The Hobbit’s film-novel rivalry. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 13(2), 289-307.
Kama, A. & Malka, V. (2013). Identity Prosthesis: Roles of Homeland Media in Sustaining Native Identity. The Howard Journal of Communications, 24(4), 370–388.
Kama, A. & Barak-Brandes, S. (2013). Taming the Shame: Policing Excretions and Body Fluids in Advertisements for Hygiene Products. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16(5), 582–597.
Kama, A. (2008). Labor Migrants' Self-Empowerment via Participation in a Diasporic Magazine: Filipinos at Manila-Tel Aviv. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(3), 223-238.
Aside from my academic work, I am a potter working on the wheel for the past twenty years.