Hop on pop : the politics and pleasures of popular culture

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  • Creator edited by Henry Jenkins, Tara McPherson & Jane Shattuc
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 2002.
  • Physical Details
    • x, 748 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
  • ISBNs 9780822327271, 0822327279, 9780822327370, 0822327376
  • OCLC ocm49873040


  • Includes bibliographical references and index.


  • The Culture That Sticks to Your Skin: A Manifesto for a New Cultural Studies / Henry Jenkins, Tara McPherson and Jane Shattuc -- Defining Popular Culture / Henry Jenkins, Tara McPherson and 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. Chavany -- 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 and 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 and Eithne Johnson -- On Thrifting / Matthew Tinkcom, Joy Van Fuqua and 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 Scarlett / 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 -- Narrativising 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
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