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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The Iconography of Malcolm X

Graeme Abernethy

October 2013
304 pages

Imagining Tombstone

The Town Too Tough to Die

Kara L. McCormack

May 2016
216 pages


Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940

Erika Bsumek

October 2008
304 pages

Indians in Unexpected Places

Philip J. Deloria

October 2004
312 pages


Surveillance and Power in the Interactive Era

Mark Andrejevic

September 2007
336 pages

It's Our Day

America's Love Affair with the White Wedding, 1945-2005

Katherine Jellison

March 2008
310 pages

The Legend of John Wilkes Booth

Myth, Memory, and a Mummy

C. Wyatt Evans

November 2004
224 pages

The Look of Catholics

Portrayals in Popular Culture from the Great Depression to the Cold War

Anthony Burke Smith

June 2010
296 pages

Magic Bean

The Rise of Soy in America

Matthew Roth

May 2018
368 pages

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