I Was A Teenage Technicolor Blur

Author: Randall C. Von Hartman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469120976
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“A true master of the debauched post modern sonnet, Von Hartman will make you question your very existence- if you get sauced enough before reading his work.” The Surgeon General “A true master of the debauched post modern sonnet, Von Hartman will make you question your very existence- if you get sauced enough before reading his work.” The Surgeon General

A Slip Of The Cog

Author: Randall C. Von Hartman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503534588
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In a preposterous, cataclysmic journey through the bleakness of the modern day depression era, Marten Cogg (a.k.a. the Reverend Marten Medley) goes from the pulpit to the ‘phews’. Along the way, he recruits the help of an unlikely cast of friends and disenfranchised misfits, with whom he invents a yarn while pulling wool over the eyes of his followers. In an all too existent landscape of dejection and desolation, Marten might just discover the purpose for his own life.

Barscrawl

Author: Randall C. Von Hartman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469120984
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Disparity Of Dry Bones

Author: Randall C. Von Hartman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469120992
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A top shelf short story compilation that will leave you wanting to read more.

Newsweek

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The Film Daily

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Hop On Pop

Author: Henry Jenkins III
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822383500
Size: 12,89 MB
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Hop on Pop showcases the work of a new generation of scholars—from fields such as media studies, literature, cinema, and cultural studies—whose writing has been informed by their ongoing involvement with popular culture and who draw insight from their lived experiences as critics, fans, and consumers. Proceeding from their deep political commitment to a new kind of populist grassroots politics, these writers challenge old modes of studying the everyday. As they rework traditional scholarly language, they search for new ways to write about our complex and compelling engagements with the politics and pleasures of popular culture and sketch a new and lively vocabulary for the field of cultural studies. The essays cover a wide and colorful array of subjects including pro wrestling, the computer games Myst and Doom, soap operas, baseball card collecting, the Tour de France, karaoke, lesbian desire in the Wizard of Oz, Internet fandom for the series Babylon 5, and the stress-management industry. Broader themes examined include the origins of popular culture, the aesthetics and politics of performance, and the social and cultural processes by which objects and practices are deemed tasteful or tasteless. The commitment that binds the contributors is to an emergent perspective in cultural studies, one that engages with popular culture as the culture that "sticks to the skin," that becomes so much a part of us that it becomes increasingly difficult to examine it from a distance. By refusing to deny or rationalize their own often contradictory identifications with popular culture, the contributors ensure that the volume as a whole reflects the immediacy and vibrancy of its objects of study. Hop on Pop will appeal to those engaged in the study of popular culture, American studies, cultural studies, cinema and visual studies, as well as to the general educated reader. Contributors. John Bloom, Gerry Bloustein, Aniko Bodroghkozy, Diane Brooks, Peter Chvany, Elana Crane, Alexander Doty, Rob Drew, Stephen Duncombe, Nick Evans, Eric Freedman, Joy Fuqua, Tony Grajeda, Katherine Green, John Hartley, Heather Hendershot, Henry Jenkins, Eithne Johnson, Louis Kaplan, Maria Koundoura, Sharon Mazer, Anna McCarthy, Tara McPherson, Angela Ndalianis, Edward O’Neill, Catherine Palmer, Roberta Pearson, Elayne Rapping, Eric Schaefer, Jane Shattuc, Greg Smith, Ellen Strain, Matthew Tinkhom, William Uricchio, Amy Villarego, Robyn Warhol, Charles Weigl, Alan Wexelblat, Pamela Robertson Wojcik, Nabeel Zuberi