Hop on pop : the politics and pleasures of popular culture /

A major collection of fan-based cultural studies work, largely by a new generation of scholars.

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Other Authors: Jenkins, Henry, 1958- (Editor), McPherson, Tara (Editor), Shattuc, Jane (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2002.
Series:Duke backfile
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The culture that sticks to your skin : a manifesto for a new cultural studies ; Defining popular culture / Henry Jenkins, Tara McPherson, Jane Shattuc
  • Daytime utopias : if you lived in Pine Valley, you'd be home / Elayne Rapping
  • Cardboard patriarchy : adult baseball card collecting and the nostalgia for a presexual past / John Bloom
  • Virgins for Jesus : the gender politics of therapeutic Christian fundamentalist media / Heather Hendershot
  • "Do we look like Ferengi capitalists to you?" : Star Trek's Klingons as emergent virtual American ethnics / Peter A. Chvany
  • The empress's new clothing? : public intellectualism and popular culture / Jane Shattuc
  • "My beautiful wickedness" : The wizard of Oz as lesbian fantasy / Alexander Doty
  • "Ceci n'est pas une jeune fille" : videocams, representation, and "othering" in the worlds of teenage girls / Gerry Bloustien
  • "No matter how small?" : the democratic imagination of Dr. Seuss / Henry Jenkins
  • An auteur in the age of the internet : JMS, Babylon 5, and the net / Alan Wexelblat
  • "I'm a loser baby" : zines and the creation of underground identity / Stephen Duncombe
  • "Anyone can do it" : forging a participatory culture in karaoke bars / Robert Drew
  • Watching wrestling/ writing performance / Sharon Mazer
  • Mae West's maids : race, "authenticity," and the discourse of camp / Pamela Robertson Wojcik
  • "They dig her message" : opera, television, and the Black diva / Dianne Brooks
  • How to become a camp icon in five easy lessons : fetishism- and Tallulah Bankhead's phallus / Edward O'Neill
  • "It will get a terrific laugh" : on the problematic pleasures and politics of Holocaust humor / Louis Kaplan
  • The sound of disaffection / Tony Grajeda
  • Corruption, criminality, and the nickelodeon / Roberta E. Pearson, William Uricchio
  • "Racial cross-dressing" in the jazz age : cultural therapy and its discontents in cabaret nightlife / Nicholas M. Evans
  • The invisible burlesque body of La Guardia's New York / Anna McCarthy
  • Quarantined! : a case study of Boston's combat zone / Eric Schaefer, Eithne Johnson
  • On thrifting / Matthew Tinkcom, Joy Van Fuqua, Amy Villarejo
  • Shopping sense : Fanny Fern and Jennie June on consumer culture in the nineteenth century / Elana Crane
  • Navigating myst-y landscapes : killer applications and hybrid criticism / Greg M. Smith
  • The rules of the game : Evil dead II meet thy doom / Angela Ndalianis
  • Seeing in black and white : gender and racial visibility from Gone with the wind to Scarlet Tara McPherson
  • "The last truly British people you will ever know" : skinheads, Pakis, and Morrissey / Nabeel Zuberi
  • Finding one's way home : I dream of Jeannie and diasporic identity / Maria Koundoura
  • As Canadian as possible : Anglo-Canadian popular culture and the American other / Aniko Bodroghkozy
  • Wheels of fortune : nation, culture, and the Tour de France / Catherine Palmer
  • Narrativizing cyber-travel : CD-ROM travel games and the art of historical recovery / Ellen Strain
  • Hotting, twocking, and indigenous shipping : a vehicular theory of knowledge in cultural studies / John Hartley
  • "Ain't I de one everybody come to see?!" : popular memories of Uncle Tom's cabin / Robyn R. Warhol
  • Stress management ideology and the other spaces of women's power / Kathleen Green
  • "Have you seen this child?" : from milk carton to mise-en-abime / Eric Freedman
  • Introducing horror / Charles E. Weigl.