The University of Wisconsin Press
Popular Culture Studies in the Future
Edited by Ray B. Browne and Marshall W. Fishwick
The completion of cycles and circles always suggests trauma and new beginnings. In this new age, what are the possibilities of cultural studies in general and of popular culture studies in particular? Surely there is a new page turned on which we may key in new attitudes toward democratic studies and potentially new achievements. The educational opportunities of the new millennium are endless if our efforts are informed.
These essays help chart the course for themes and directions of such studies into the new world that is waiting to be born. Their value is indispensable.
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LC: 95-046247 CB
228 pp. 6 x 9
Cloth $35.95 t
Paper $15.95 t
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