Series editors: Erika Doss and Philip J. Deloria

CultureAmerica is a multi- and interdisciplinary series examining American culture in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The series aims to move beyond theory-driven definitions of cultural studies toward a fresh concern with the genesis, meaning, appeal, reception, and style of cultural forms, including popular art, music, film, television, magazines, architecture, crafts, foodways, fashion, and more.

For more information about the series, please contact: Kim Hogeland, Acquisitions Editor:

CultureAmerica - Series

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Friended at the Front

Social Media in the American War Zone

Lisa Ellen Silvestri

November 2015
256 pages

From Greenwich Village to Taos

Primitivism and Place at Mabel Dodge Luhan's

Flannery Burke

June 2008
260 pages

Getting Physical

The Rise of Fitness Culture in America

Shelly McKenzie

February 2016
264 pages

Going to the Dogs

Greyhound Racing, Animal Activism, and American Popular Culture

Gwyneth Anne Thayer

June 2013
312 pages

Gospel According to the Klan

The KKK's Appeal to Protestant America, 1915-1930

Kelly J. Baker

March 2017
340 pages

Hell on Wheels

The Promise and Peril of America's Car Culture, 1900-1940

David Blanke

May 2007
276 pages

Hip-Hop Revolution

The Culture and Politics of Rap

Jeffrey O. G. Ogbar

November 2007
248 pages

Hopi Runners

Crossing the Terrain between Indian and American

Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert

October 2018
296 pages

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