Tuesday, November 20, 2012

JPC for August 2012

I seem to have missed posting this over the summer:

The Journal of Popular Culture (access at Wiley Online Library)
Volume 45, Number 4
August 2012
Pages 685–920

Editorial: Something Wonderful This Way Came (pages 685–686)

Gary Hoppenstand

Guest Editorial
Deep Culture (pages 687–694)
Margaret J. King


Going Places: The Pleasures of Production and Imperial Visual Cultures in the Stratemeyer Syndicate's The Moving Picture Boys (pages 695–711)
Stephen M. Charbonneau

Chuck Versus the Machine: The Intersection of Biology, Technology, and Identity on Chuck (pages 712–726)
Joseph J. Darowski

“I Was Just Doing a Little Joke There”: Irony and the Paradoxes of the Sitcom in The Office (pages 727–748)
Eric Detweiler

Resistive Radio: African Americans’ Evolving Portrayal and Participation from Broadcasting to Narrowcasting (pages 749–768)
Judy L. Isaksen

Like Sportive Birds: The Girl Aviators Series and the Culture of Flight in America, 1911–12 (pages 769–788)
Lisa M. Stepanski

Transnational Transformations: A Gender Analysis of Japanese Manga Featuring Unexpected Bodily Transformations (pages 789–806)
June M. Madeley

Light for Light's Sake: Thomas Kinkade and the Meaning of Style (pages 807–827)
Julia Mason

“Say, Who Are You Anyway?”: Clowns, Childhood, and Madness in The Character of Harpo Marx (pages 828–845)
Richard Niland

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: The Web of Racial, Class, and Gender Constructions in late 1960s America (pages 846–861)
Anne Gray Perrin

Haunted Infocosms and Prosthetic Gods: Gibsonian Cyberspace and Renaissance Arts of Memory (pages 862–882)
Joel Elliot Slotkin

The Coexistence of Folk and Popular Culture as Vehicles of Social and Historical Activism: Transformation of the Bumba-meu-boi in Northeast Brazil (pages 883–901)
Meredith W. Watts and Simone Linhares Ferro

Book Reviews

Indie: An American Film Culture. Michael Z. Newman. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. 296 pp. $26.50 paperback. (pages 902–905)
Michael Civille

Cameras into the Wild: A History of Early Wildlife and Expedition Filmmaking, 1895–1928. Palle Petterson. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011. 236 pp. $45.00 paperback. (pages 905–908)
John M. Kinder

Reel Power: Hollywood Cinema and American Supremacy. Matthew Alford. London: Pluto Press, 2010. 224 pp. $25.00 paperback. (pages 908–910)
Irene Garza

Haunted Ground: Journeys through a Paranormal America. Darryl V. Caterine. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2011. 199 pp. $34.95 cloth. (pages 910–912)
Christopher Blythe

Performing American Childhood from Slavery to Civil Rights. Robin Bernstein. New York: New York University Press, 2011. 318 pp. $22.80 paperback. (pages 913–915)
Meredith A. Bak

Football/Soccer: History and Tactics. Jaime Orejan. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011. 256 pp. $34.95 paperback. (pages 915–917)
Yuya Kiuchi

Affirmative Reaction: New Formations of White Masculinity. Hamilton Carroll. Durham: Duke University Press, 2010. 221 pp. $21.80 paperback. (pages 917–920)
Shelleen Greene

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