CultureAmerica

CultureAmerica

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: khogeland@ku.edu.


CultureAmerica - Series

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Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11

How One Film Divided a Nation

Robert Brent Toplin

April 2006
168 pages

Modernity and the Great Depression

The Transformation of American Society, 1930-1941

Kenneth J. Bindas

April 2017
286 pages

1927 and the Rise of Modern America

Charles Shindo

June 2015
256 pages

Once Upon an American Dream

The Story of Euro Disneyland

Andrew Lainsbury

March 2000
304 pages

Pesticides, A Love Story

America's Enduring Embrace of Dangerous Chemicals

Michelle Mart

November 2015
344 pages

Picturing the New Negro

Harlem Renaissance Print Culture and Modern Black Identity

Caroline Goeser

January 2007
376 pages

Presidential Temples

How Memorials and Libraries Shape Public Memory

Benjamin Hufbauer

January 2006
288 pages

Producer of Controversy

Stanley Kramer, Hollywood Liberalism, and the Cold War

Jennifer Frost

October 2017
336 pages

Projecting Paranoia

Conspiratorial Visions in American Film

Ray Pratt

January 2002
334 pages

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