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Popular Culture Scholarship Into the Twenty-first Century in Honor of Ray B. Browne Ray Broadus Browne, Marilyn Ferris Motz. Epilogue Ronald J. Ambrosetti In September 1967, on a crisp autumn evening in northwest Ohio, while much of ...
Included in this examination of icons are essays by such scholars as Michael T. Marsden, Earl F. Bargainnier, Edith Mayo, Valerie Carnes, David Skaggs, Fred E. H. Schroeder, Ray Browne, and others.
In this vivid look at the popular culture of the era, Browne and Kreiser examine how Americans coped with this cataclysmic period.
These essays turn the pantheon of heroes around before our eyes and reveal the many complicated aspects of hero worship.
The twenty essays in this effort to bring new vitality to the humanities range through fields familiar in life but unfamiliar in the humanities canon.
To understand it, one needs assistance. Now that explanatory road map is provided in this Guide which charts the movements and people involved and provides a light at the end of the rainbow of dreams and expectations.
This is a record of the goals and accomplishments of the pioneers in this field. The essays recall the barriers that the first pop culture scholars faced and tracks their achievements.
These essays, written by experts in their fields, demonstrate how necessary it is in the study of the humanities and social sciences to realize the interdependency of the fields and how rich the resulting study can be."
However, due to Broadus's humility, the gift was entered into the financial records of the seminary as the “William Beverly Caldwell Fund,” and no chair for Broadus was established.110 During the Broadus presidency, enrollment grew rapidly ...
This volume presents archeological studies in conjunction with cultural anthropological studies as a means to enhance popular culture studies.
The essays in this book trace many of the multitudinous forces at work on the Constitution and in the popular culture and show how the forces control and benefit each other.
This book demonstrates the importance of the study of fetishes and fetishism in the study of popular culture.
The present study of American, Australian, and Canadian detective fiction concerns literature which speaks in the ways of heroes and humanities about the human condition.
This collection of essays examines various rituals and ceremonies in American popular culture, including architecture, religion, television viewing, humor, eating, and dancing.
In the world of crime fiction, Arthur W. Upfield stands among the giants.
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Popular Culture Studies in the Future Ray Broadus Browne, Marshall William Fishwick. and the gospel writers (or Evangelists) recorded. Evangelists accept the absolute authority of the Bible, are converted (or "born again") to Christ, and share ...
In Murder on the Reservation, Ray B. Browne surveys the work of several of the best-known writers of crime fiction involving Indian characters and references virtually every book that qualifies as an Indian-related mystery.
Lincoln in the Popular Mind Ray Broadus Browne. The Niggers and the Small Pox I dropped in upon Mr. Lincoln and found him busily counting greenbacks. " This, sir," said he, "is something out of my usual line; but a President of the United States has a multiplicity of duties not specified in the Constitution or acts of Congress. This is one of them. This money belongs to a poor negro who is a porter in one of the Departments (the Treasury), and who is at present very bad with the small ...
Abstracts are included for each article appearing in the first ten volumes of The Journal of Popular Culture (1967-1977), the first five volumes of The Journal of Popular Film (1972-1977), and the first four volumes of Popular Music and ...
Broadus' testimony reveals that Respondent's office is divided into two parts, one where clerical work is performed by Alice Goff and the other which is used for storage and where the timeclock is located. Broadus' conversation with Stinson ...
Continuing the motif of the mythological hero, this unique detective type emerged in the 1930s in a very imperfect and threatened society. The stories reprinted in this volume reveal just how widely the genre ranged during the Depression.
The first book in the Agnes Browne trilogy Agnes Browne is a widow of only a few hours when she goes to the Social Welfare Office.
It is at this point that the concluding volume of Janet Browne's biography opens.
"Updates fundamentals and applications of all modes of x-ray spectrometry, including total reflection and polarized beam x-ray fluorescence analysis, and synchrotron radiation induced x-ray emission.
Agnes Browne faces the hardships and rewards of raising seven children on her own in a 1960s working-class Dublin neighborhood