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For the Record: Lexington Studies in Rock and Popular Music
For the Record: Lexington Studies in Rock and Popular Music features monographs and edited collections that examine topics relevant to the composition, consumption, and influence of the rock and popular music genres which have arisen starting in the 20th century in all nations and cultures. In the series, scholars approach these genres from music studies, cultural studies, and sociological studies frameworks, and may incorporate theories and methods from literary, philosophical, performance, and religious studies, in order to examine the wider significance of particular artists, subgenres, fandoms, or other music-related phenomena.
Scott Calhoun (
) and Christopher Endrinal (
); Lexington editorial contact: Courtney Morales (
Staff editorial contact:
Courtney Morales (
“We Didn’t Start the Fire”: Billy Joel and Popular Music Studies
JOSHUA S. DUCHAN AND RYAN RAUL BAÑAGALE -
BILLY JOEL -
RYAN RAUL ...
Lexington Books • August 2020 • Monograph
From Factory Girls to K-Pop Idol Girls: Cultural Politics of Developmentalism, Patriarchy, and Neoliberalism in South Korea’s Popular Music Industry
GOOYONG KIM -
Lexington Books • July 2020 • Monograph
Rock and Romanticism: Blake, Wordsworth, and Rock from Dylan to U2
JAMES ROVIRA -
DAVID BOOCKER; LISA PLUMMER CRAFTON; RACHEL FEDER; DAVID S. HOGSETTE;...
Lexington Books • October 2019 • Monograph
The Rock Music Imagination
Lexington Books • August 2019 • Monograph
The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper, and the Summer of Love
KENNETH WOMACK AND KATHRYN B. COX -
KENNETH L. CAMPBELL; JACQUELINE EDMONDSON; MICHA...
Lexington Books • July 2017 • Monograph
U2 Above, Across, and Beyond: Interdisciplinary Assessments
SCOTT D. CALHOUN -
MATT HAMILTON; ARLAN ELIZABETH HESS; FRED JOHNSON; ED MONTANO; ST...
Lexington Books • December 2014 • Monograph