The University of Wisconsin Press
Pioneers in Popular Culture Studies
Edited by Ray B. Browne and Michael T. Marsden
The Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association found a fixed canon and revolutionized the study of the humanities and social sciences in the United States and around the world by making that canon fluid. The full ramifications of this revolt against traditional academia are not finished nor fully understood. This is a record of the goals and accomplishments of the pioneers in this field. The essays recall the barriers that the first pop culture scholars faced and tracks their achievements.
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LC: 98-030244 E
240 pp. 6 x 9
11 b/w photos, 1 b/w fig.
Cloth $49.95 t
Paper $17.95 t
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