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The Philosophy of Popular Culture
The Philosophy of Popular Culture series comprises volumes that explore the intersection of philosophy and popular culture. The works are devoted to a subject in popular culture, such as a particular genre, filmmaker, or television show. The essays investigate the philosophical underpinnings, or do a philosophical analysis, of the particular topic. The books will contain smart, jargon-free essays that illuminate texts (films and TV shows) in popular culture, and they will introduce non-specialists to traditional philosophical ideas and issues. The governing ideas of the series are that texts in popular culture are worthy of philosophical analysis and that philosophical thinking and traditional philosophical ideas can enlighten us and enrich our everyday lives.

Editor(s): Mark T. Conard (marktconard@gmail.com)
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)
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Neil Young and Philosophy
EDITED BY DOUGLAS L. BERGER - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DOUGLAS R. ANDERSON; MICHAEL FOREST; LEE HESTER; MIKE JOSTEDT; E...
Lexington Books • December 2019 • Monograph
Joss Whedon as Philosopher
DEAN KOWALSKI
Lexington Books • November 2017 • Monograph
The Philosophy of Christopher Nolan
EDITED BY JASON T. EBERL AND GEORGE A. DUNN - CONTRIBUTIONS BY GEORGE A. DUNN; JASON T. EBERL; J. L. A. GARCIA;...
Lexington Books • June 2017 • Monograph
The Philosophy of Documentary Film
EDITED BY DAVID LAROCCA - FOREWORD BY TIMOTHY CORRIGAN - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DIANA ALLAN; RICK ALTMAN; ARIE...
Lexington Books • December 2016 • Monograph
The Who and Philosophy
EDITED BY ROCCO J. GENNARO AND CASEY HARISON - CONTRIBUTIONS BY SCOTT CALEF; DAN DINELLO; DON FALLIS; CATHERINE...
Lexington Books • June 2016 • Monograph