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Media, Culture, and the Arts
Media, Culture, and the Arts explores the ways cultural expression takes shape through the media or arts. The series initiates a dialogue about media and artistic representations and how such representations identify the status of a particular culture or community. Manuscripts for this series will examine media, the performing arts, or the literary arts as cultural, political, and social artifacts. Proposed books might include the study of a particular community or culture through race, ethnicity, sexuality, class, gender, religion, or able-ness, and its media or artistic representations, or the study of how media genres (e.g., film, television, print, Internet) or the performing, or literary arts have depicted a community or culture. Supporting the principles of feminism and humanitarianism, the series contributes to a dialogue about media, culture, and the arts.
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Italian Americans on Screen: Challenging the Past, Re-Theorizing the Future
RYAN CALABRETTA-SAJDER AND ALAN J. GRAVANO -
RYAN CALABRETTA-SAJDER; MARY ANN MCDONA...
Lexington Books • October 2020 • Monograph
Minority Women and Western Media: Challenging Representations and Articulating New Voices
MAHA BASHRI AND SAMEERA AHMED -
LETICIA ANDERSON; SIGAL BARAK-BRANDES; DEBORA FREUD;...
Lexington Books • July 2020 • Monograph
Gender, Race, and Social Identity in American Politics: The Past and Future of Political Access
LORI L. MONTALBANO -
ARSHIA ANWER; RACHEL D. DAVIDSON; CATHERINE A. DOBRIS; KATHERIN...
Lexington Books • August 2019 • Monograph
Locating Queerness in the Media: A New Look
JANE CAMPBELL AND THERESA CARILLI -
JANE CAMPBELL; THERESA CARILLI; SIMONE CAVALCANT...
Lexington Books • June 2019 • Monograph
Sontag and the Camp Aesthetic: Advancing New Perspectives
BRUCE E. DRUSHEL AND BRIAN M. PETERS -
BARBARA JANE BRICKMAN; EMILY DEERING CROSBY; ...
Lexington Books • February 2017 • Monograph