Journal of Popular Culture

(The TQCC of Journal of Popular Culture is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Fabricating “Cool” Heritage for Northern Ireland: Game of Thrones Tourism7
Gender and Sexual Diversity and Suicide on Australian Screens: Culture, Representation, and Health Pedagogies4
Punchline Behind the Hotspot: Structures of Humor, Puzzle, and Sexuality in Adventure Games (with LeisureSuitLarry in Several Wrong Places)4
Celebrity, Pandemic, and Domesticity3
Constructing and Consuming Space in Detective Fiction Tourism: The Case of the Detective Conan Mystery Tour3
Of Superheroes and SJWs: Media and Fans Framing the Impact of Diversity in 2010s Comic Books3
“The Bloody Transaction”: Black Vampires and the Afterlives of Slavery in Blacula and The Gilda Stories3
Circulating Erotica: Flea Markets, Collections, and Archives in Mexico3
The Color Is the Message: Sports Fans’ Obsessions with Team Colors3
Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel: The (Dis)Continuity of Gender Politics3
K‐Pop Fandom in Laos: Social Participation and Global Citizenship2
Whiteness and the Colonial Origins of America’s First Superhero: Lee Falk’s The Phantom2
Revitalizing Seriality: Social Media, Spreadability, and SKAM's Success beyond Scandinavia2
Failing Adulthood, Queering Girlhood: Perpetual Adolescence in Broad City and Girls2
“Man, I Told You Not to Go in that House”: The Humor and Horror of Jordan Peele’s Get Out2
The Problem of Popularity: Transforming Pablo Escobar in US Media2
Desire and Knowledge: Feminist Epistemology in Carmen María Machado's “The Husband Stitch”2
“Nobody Is Ever Alone”: The Use of Social Media Narrative to Include the Viewer in SKAM2
The Female Burden Visualized: Cinematic Representation of Women during Epidemics1
Things Can Only Get Stranger: Theoretical and Clinical Reflections on Netflix's Stranger Things1
So You Think You Can Salsa: Performing Latinness on Reality Dance Television1
Yearning for Yesteryear: Nostalgia and the Politics of Sentimentality in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina1
Sadist, Land Shark, and Reptile: Autumn de Wilde's EMMA.1
“Zu Asche, Zu Staub”: Netflix Acquisitions and the Aesthetics and Politics of Cultural Unrest in Babylon Berlin1
What Would Miss Daisy Drive? The Road Trip Film, the Automobile, and the Woman Behind the Wheel1
From “Mystification” to “Massification”: Canton Counterespionage Films and Cold War Geopolitics1
Hopping Vampire Zombies: Hong Kong Cinema Brings Chinese Folklore to the Present1
Vampire Darcy: The Impossible Romantic Hero1
Sparking Joy, Serving Mess: The Drag of Asian/American History1
In Hip Hop Time: Music, Memory, and Social Change in Urban Senegal. Catherine M.Appert. Oxford UP, 2018. 234 pp. $29.95 paperback.1
Bro‐ing Up the Brand: Privileged Masculinity in Birddogs Shorts1
Border Crossings: Space and Place in Crime Fiction1
The Strange Afterlife of Adolf Hitler in American Popular Culture1
Frankenstein Meets Mikhail Bakhtin: Celebrating the Carnival of Hosted Horror Television1
Television, Ethnicity, and Social Change: Bill Dana, from Jose Jimenez to Sammy Davis, Jr.1
Transcultural Places in Mediterranean Crime Fiction: The Case of Camilleri’s The Snack Thief and Izzo’s Total Chaos1
Midnight Cinderella: Amoral Shōjo (Girl) and Japanese Girl Culture1
The Platform Economy: How Japan Transformed the Consumer Internet. MarcSteinberg. U of Minnesota P, 2019. 304 pp. $108.00 cloth. $27.00 paperback.1
The More Things Change? Social Identity Representations in “50 of the Best Kids’ Books Published in the Last 25 Years”1
Superheroine Latinidad: The Diasporic Identities of America Chavez & La Borinqueña1
Ghosts of the Popular: The Hidden Years Music Archive and the Interstices of South African Popular Music History1
Sympathetic Vampires and Zombies with Brains: The Modern Monster as a Master of Self‐Control1
The Survivor Cross‐Season Narrative and Its Debt to Soap Opera1
At the End: Bowie, Reed, and Cohen1
Father Brown, Labor Priest: G. K. Chesterton and the Class Politics of Golden Age Detective Fiction1
Nightmare on Gay Street: Conflating Sexuality and Gender in the Discourse Surrounding the “Gayest Horror Film Ever Made”1
Mourning and Sentimental Heroism in Maureen Child's Lost in Sensation1
Where Is a Minority’s Popular Culture Archived? An Answer from the Jewish Community of Turkey1
Local Attention: Melbourne on the Map in Fergus Hume’s Mystery of a Hansom Cab1
Women’s Lived Experience and the Male Gaze in Big Little Lies1
“Does Anybody Have A Map?”: The Impact of “Virtual Broadway” on Musical Theater Composition1
The Stereotypical Portrayal of Jewish Masculinity on TheBigBangTheory1
Where Popular Culture IS the Archives: The Archival Significance of Antigua’s Calypso1
Like Audrey: Adoring, Imitating, and Localizing Hepburn in Miss Granny (2014)1
Images of Native Americans in Rick Griffin's Early Psychedelic Posters1
“The Silver Queen”: US Imperialism and ASongofIceandFire1
Annie and Mammy: An Intersectional Reading of Stephen King’s Misery1
History, Modernity, and Marginal Cultural Identity in Theeb and Beasts of the Southern Wild1
This Is How I Win: Uncut Gems, Colonial Violence, and the Victorian Adventure Story1
The Death and Resurrection of Oshun in Beyoncé's Lemonade: Subverting the Institutionalized Borders of Western Christian Thought in American Popular Culture1
She‐Ra and the Princesses of Power as Queer Monomyth1
Nihilism, Violence, and Popular Culture: The Postmodern Psychopath in Toby Fox’s Undertale1
CrimateFiction and the Environmental Imagination of Place1
Superman v. Specialman: Rhetorical Border Crossings of Unlicensed Superheroes1
Fourth‐wall breakiness or whatevs”: Presumed self‐awareness in American superhero comics1
New Places, New Races: Neocolonialism and Postracial Racism in The Young Adult Dystopian Series, The 1001
Tween Pop: Children's Music and Public Culture. TylerBickford. Duke UP, 2020. 229 pp. $25.95 paper.1
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Ethical Queeries of Participatory Identity Formation: Coping with Destabilizing Notions of Identity in BuzzFeed Unsolved, Ryan Bergara/Shane Madej Real‐Person Fiction, and0
Street Players: Black Pulp Fiction and the Making of a Literary Underground. KinohiNishikawa. U of Chicago P, 2018. 305 pp. $27.50 paperback.0
The Legacy of Allende’s Revolutionary Cultural Politics, 1970–730
The Disney Animation Renaissance: Behind the Glass at the Florida Studio. Ed. Mary E.Lescher. U of Illinois P, 2022. 280 pp. $29.95 paper.0
Embodying Contagion: The Viropolitics of Horror and Desire in Contemporary Discourse. SandraBecker, MegenDe Bruin‐Molé, and SaraPolak. U of Wales P, 2021. 322 pp. $57.00 paper.0
Television by Stream: Essays on Marketing, Content, and Audience Worldwide. ChristinaAdamou and SotirisPetridis. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2023. 230 pp. $55.00 paper.0
Redefining Popular Culture After Ray Browne Roundtable0
Stephen King and American Politics. Michael J.Blouin. U of Wales P, 2021. 256 pp. $57.00 paper.0
Toward a pulp criminology: The Vee Brown and Needle Mike series0
Harry Potter and the Other: Race, Justice, and Difference in the Wizarding World. Sarah ParkDalen, Ebony ElizabethThomas. UP of Mississippi, 2022. 330 pp. $25.00 paper.0
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The needle and the lens: pop goes to the movies from rock ‘n’ roll to synthwave By NatePatrin, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. 2023. 264 pp. $19.95 paper0
American Television During a Television Presidency. KarenMcNally, ed. Wayne State UP, 2022. 336 pp. $27.99 paper.0
Beyond the Black and White TV: Asian and Latin American Spectacle in Cold War America. Benjamin M.Han. Rutgers UP, 2020. 206 pp. $27.96 paper.0
The Revolutionary Rhetoric of Hamilton. LukeWinslow, Nancy J.Legge, JacobJustice (Ed.), Lexington. 2022. 226 pp. $100 hardcover0
The Labor of Curating: Fandom, Museums, and the Value of Fan Heritage0
Editorial: Changes to the Editorship0
Who Gets to Go Back‐to‐the‐Land? Gender and Race in U.S. Self‐Sufficiency Popular Culture. Valerie PadillaCarroll. U of Nebraska P, 2022. 254 pp. $60.00 hardcover.0
“The Flaw Is Only the Inability to Accept”: Roads, Rationality and the Horror of Modernity in Stephen King’s Pet Sematary0
Superhero from the Margins: Darna and the Hybridity of the Filipino Superhero Genre0
A Power that Shakes the World: Fifty Years of Popular Culture0
Twitter: A Biography. JeanBurgess and NancyBaym. New York UP, 2020. 140 pp. $18.95 cloth.0
Outriders: Rodeo at the Fringes of the American West. RebeccaScofield. University of Washington P, 2019. 252 pp. $19.19 paperback.0
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Hip Hop Heresies: Queer Aesthetics in New York City. Shanté ParadigmSmalls. New York UP, 2022. 216 pp. $28.00 paperback.0
Playing with Phantoms: Decoding the Ludic Language of Metal Gear Solid V0
Strange Bedfellows at PCA0
Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. RuhaBenjamin. Polity, 2019. 172 pp. $19.95 paperback.0
Her Stories: Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History. ElanaLevine. Duke UP, 2020. 400 pp. $29.95 paperback.0
“They Look at Me and See Something Else”: The Reconstruction of the “Self‐Made” White Male Identity in The Deer Hunter and Coming Home0
Social Order and Authority in Disney and Pixar Films. KellieDeys and Denise F.Parrillo. Eds. Lexington Books, 2022. 234 pp. $95.00 hardcover.0
Normporn: Queer viewers and the TV that soothes us By KarenTongson, New York: New York University Press. 2023. 203 pp. $19.95 (paperback)0
Animated Personalities: Cartoon Characters and Stardom in American Theatrical Shorts. DavidMcGowan. U of Texas P. 313 pp. $34.95 paperback.0
Ode to Gen X: Institutional Cynicism in “Stranger Things” and 1980s Film. Melissa VosenCallens. UP of Mississippi, 2021. 198 pp. $30.00 paper.0
Comics, Middle Age, and Second Adolescence: Joe Ollmann's Mid‐Life0
Perspectives on Crazy Ex‐Girlfriend: Nuanced Postnetwork Television. Amanda Konkle and Charles Burnetts. Syracuse UP, 2021. 310 pp. $34.95 paper.0
Comic Book Women: Characters, Creators and Cultures in the Golden Age. PeytonBrunet and BlairDavis. U of Texas P, 2022. 320 pp. $45.00 hardcover.0
Interpreting Star Wars. Miles Booy. Bloomsbury, 2021. 192 pp. $38.00 hardcover.0
The Slayer and the Slayerettes: Buffy and the Cluster Theory of Vocation0
Contemporary Hollywood Animation: Style, Storytelling, Culture and Ideology Since the 1990s. NoelBrown. Edinburgh UP, 2021. 232 pp. $100.00 cloth.0
Children’s Literature and Intergenerational Relationships: Encounters of the Playful Kind. Edited by JustynaDeszcz‐Tryhubczak and IrenaBarbara Kalla. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 252 pp. $119.99 hardcove0
Annie Oakley and an Emergent Postwar Femininity0
Wake Up, Mr. West: Kanye West and the Double Consciousness of Black Celebrity. Ed. Joshua K.Wright. McFarland and Company, 2022. 284 pp. $35.00 Paper.0
Comic Art in Museums. Edited by Kim A.Munson. UP of Mississippi, 2020. 386 pp. $99.00 cloth. $30.00 paper.0
The Hollow Men: Towards a Zombie Semiotics0
Roger Ebert’s Film Criticism0
I'm a Wild Seed. SharonLee De La Cruz, Street Noise Books, 2021. 96 pp. $12.99 paper.0
Being, Moving, and Enforcing Justice in the City0
Changes, comings & goings0
Hallmarking Hanukkah: Flawed Attempts at Diversity in Cable Television Christmas Movies0
Resetting the Scene: Classical Hollywood Revisited. PhilippaGates and KatherineSpring, editors. Wayne State UP, 2021. 356 pp. $36.99 paper.0
The Cards: The Evolution and Power of Tarot. PatrickMaille. UP of Mississippi, 2021. 260 pp. $25.00 paper.0
Stephen King's evolution on race: Re‐reading Duma Key0
They also served: Nurses, the great war, and children's picture books0
The Politics of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. NicholasCarnes, Lilly J.Goren. UP of Kansas, 2023. 419 pp. $29.95. paper.0
Rock and Roll, Desegregation Movements, and Racism in the Post‐Civil Rights Era: An “Integrated” Effort. BethFowler. Lexington Books, 2022. 363 pp. $100.00 hardcover.0
Editorial: Banning Maus0
Raising a star: Black motherhood and the politics of whiteness in the Colombian telenovela, La mamá del 100
The Discursive Influence of Spiritual‐Sexual Desire in The Young Pope (2017)0
“There Are No Ugly Men in Wakanda”: Black Panther, Spectatorship, and the Queer Male Gaze0
Millennials Killed the Video Star: MTV’s Transition to Reality Programming. Amanda AnnKlein. Duke UP, 2021. 248 pp. $25.95 paperback.0
Female “Lone Wolves”: The Anti‐Social Heroine in Recent Television Series0
Empathy, Anthropomorphism, and the Uncanny Valley Effect: Why Audiences Strayed Away from the Film Adaptation of Cats0
The notorious RBG: The discursive power of celebrity in defense of the supreme court0
My Own Creation as a Dynamic Subcultural Objectified Authenticity of Adult Fans of LEGO0
Black Country Music: Listening for Revolutions. Francesca T.Royster, University of Texas Press, 2022. 230 pp. $24.95 cloth.0
White Skin and the Black Mask™0
The godfather and philosophy: An argument you can't refute By JoshuaHeter and RichardGreen. Peru, IL: Carus Books, 2023. 302 pp. $24.95 paper0
Rap Capital: An Atlanta StoryJoeCoscarelli, Simon & Schuster. 2022. 448 pp. $29.99 hardcover.0
Comics and Nation: Power, Pop Culture and Political Transformation in Poland. EwaStanczyk. Ohio State UP, 2022, 211 pp. $34.95 paper.0
The Claremont run: Subverting gender in the X‐men By J. AndrewDeman, Austin, USA: University of Texas Press, 2023. 164 pp. $45.00 cloth.0
Choreographed Fan Displays: The Case of Israeli Sports0
Evil Voices in Popular Fictions: The Case of The Exorcist0
Buying a Bride: An Engaging History of Mail‐Order Marriage. MarciaZug. New York U P, 2016. 305 pp. $30.00 cloth.0
Perplexing Plots: Popular Storytelling and the Poetics of Murder. DavidBordwell. Columbia UP, 2023. 512 pp. $32.00 paper.0
Slavery and the Post‐Black Imagination. Bertram D.Ashe and IlkaSaal, eds. U of Washington P, 2019. 238 pp. $30.00 paperback.0
Rags and Bones: An Exploration of The Band. Edited by JeffSellars and Kevin C.Neece. UP of Mississippi, 2022. 176 pp. $30.00 paper.0
Prophets of Place: Centering Waco in the Shiplap Frontier of Fixer Upper0
Introduction: Special Anniversary Section0
Kent State, Jackson State, Campus Unrest, and Shifts in the Cultural Paradigm0
Editorial: Changes to the Journal0
Video Games Have Always Been Queer. BonnieRuberg. New York UP, 2019. 271 pp. $22.00 paperback.0
What's in a Kiss? Attachments to the “True Love Kiss” Motif in Queer Sleeping Beauty Retellings0
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Re‐Enchanted: The Rise of Children's Fantasy Literature in the Twentieth Century. Maria SachikoCecire. U of Minnesota P, 2019. 345 pp. $27.00 paperback.0
Avengers Assemble! Critical Perspectives on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. TerenceMcSweeney. Columbia UP, 2020. 310 pp. $ 30.00. paperback.0
Manga Cultures and the Female Gaze. KathrynHemmann. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 182 pp. $59.99 cloth.0
Contemporary cowboys: Reimagining an American archetype in popular culture By Clint WesleyJones (Ed.), Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 2023. 288 pp. $45.00 hardback0
The Mom Thriller: Motherhood on the Edge0
TV Family Values: Gender, Domestic Labor, and 1980s Sitcoms. AliceLeppert. Rutgers UP, 2020. 192 pp. $26.95 paperback.0
“When It Comes to Crime, I’m a Nationalist”: National Integrity, Neocolonialism, and the Kenyan Detective Thriller0
Uncovering Stranger Things: Essays on Eighties Nostalgia, Cynicism, and Innocence in the Series. Kevin J.WetmoreJr., ed. McFarland, 2018. 252 pgs. $29.95 paperback.0
From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States. Brian Bunk. Illinois UP, 2021. 296 pp. $24.95 paper.0
A Place to Call Home: Repurposing the Kitchen Sink to Make Queer Space in A Taste of Honey and Quinceañera0
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Taboos, Translation, and Intersemiotic Interaction in South Korea's Successful Musical Theaters0
Welcome to fuckin' Letterkenny: Conceptualizing a modern Progymnasmata0
“You’re a Chancellor, Not a GIF”: Angela Merkel in the Popular Imagination0
Science Fiction and the Absurd: Lauren Olamina as a Symbol of Hope in Butler's Parables0
Queer Voices in Hip Hop: Cultures, Communities, and Contemporary Performance. Ed. LaronKehrer. U of Michigan P, 2022. 165 pp. $19.95 e‐book.0
Understanding and Translating Chinese Martial Arts. By DanJiao, DefengLi, LingweiMeng, YuhongPeng (Eds.), Singapore: Springer, 2023. 138 pp. €129.99 hardcover.0
Why We Hate‐Watch: The Role of Nostalgia and Investment in WWE Viewership0
The New Female Antihero: The Disruptive Women of Twenty‐First‐Century US Television. SarahHagelin and GillianSilverman. U of Chicago P, 2022. 288 pp. $26.00 paper.0
Downtown Mardi Gras: New Carnival Practices in Post‐Katrina New Orleans. Leslie A.Wade, RobinRoberts, and FrankdeCaro. UP of Mississippi, 2019. 238 pp. $30.00 paperback.0
The American Robot: A Cultural History. Dustin A.Abnet. U of Chicago P, 2020. 360 pp. $35.00 cloth.0
Cutting the Biker’s Coif: Hair as the Visual Rhetoric of the Son of Anarchy0
More Than Friends from Work: The Guardians of the Galaxy, Families, and Resilient Placemaking for Millennials0
Instagram: Visual Social Media Cultures. TamaLeaver, TimHighfield, and CrystalAbidin. Polity, 2020. 264 pp. $22.95 paperback.0
Prestige Television: Cultural and Artistic Value in 21st Century America. Eds. SethFriedman and AmandaKeeler. Rutgers UP, 2022. 240 pp. $32.95 Paperback.0
Spirit and Sport: Religion and the Fragile Athletic Body in Popular Culture. Sean SamuelO'Neil. U of Tennessee P, 2022. pp. 232. $99.40 hardcover.0
Austen Now: An Introduction0
Broad City: Millennial Women Surviving the Neoliberal Gig Economy in Comedy Television0
Adapt and Resist: Infrapolitics in Steve McQueen’s 12YearsaSlave0
Grand‐Guignolesque: Classic and Contemporary Horror Theatre. Richard J.Hand and MichaelWilson. U of Exeter P, 2022. 264 pp. £30.00 paper.0
Seriality and Female Spies: Reading Stella Rimington0
Improvising the Score: Rethinking Modern Film Music Through Jazz. Gretchen L.Carlson. UP of Mississippi, 2022. 224 pp. $30.00 paper.0
Mascot Nation: The Controversy over Native American Representations in Sports. AndrewBillings and JasonBlack. U of Illinois P, 2020. 256 pp. $24.95 paperback.0
Picto‐verbal representation: Types and features of unreliable narration in comics0
The popularity of Korean romance novels in contemporary China: A feminist interpretation0
Disembodied Performance, Embodied Archive: Reviving Teresa Teng in Hologram0
Fearless Vulgarity: Jacqueline Susann's Queer Comedy and Camp Authorship. KenFeil. Wayne State UP, 2022. 304 pp $34.99 paper.0
Re‐Envisioning Black Masculinity in Luke Cage: From Blaxploitation and Comic Books to Netflix0
Spectacular Selves: Fashion and Identity in Lee Tulloch’s Fabulous Nobodies0
West Side Story: The Jets, The Sharks, and the Making of a Classic. RichardBarrios. Running Press, 2020. 221 pp. $28.00 cloth.0
New Kids in the World Cup: The Totally Late '80s & Early '90s Tale of the Team that Changed American Soccer Forever. AdamElder. Lincoln, NB: U of Nebraska P, 2022. 314 pp. $34.95 paper.0
Women's Voices in Digital Media: The Sonic Screen from Film to Memes. JenniferO'Meara. U of Texas P, 2022. 272 pp. $24.00 paper0
Soccer as a National Pastime and its Role in the Lives of Traditional Communities in Cao Hamburger's Coming of Age Film: The Year my Parents Went on Vacation0
Doing Your Thing After the End of the World: How the Middle Class Survived the Apocalypse0
“No One Made Me; I Was Always Like This”: The Monstress in Us0
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 a gogó: Pop, Avant‐Garde, and TV in Late‐Sixties Mexico0
Of Gloops and Goldbergs: An Analysis of Fat Boys and Class in United States Children’s Films with Ensemble Casts0
Reading that Stuff May Be Harmful to Your Aesthetic Tastes: Ray Browne's Subversive Vision and Popular Fiction as Subversive Culture in Karl Edward Wagner’s “Reflections for the Winter of My Soul”0
In Memoriam: Pearl Bowser0
Adaptations of TheRedBadgeofCourage in Popular Culture: Robert Wooster Stallman and the Case of Jim Conklin as Jesus Christ0
“I am my brother's keeper”: Heteronormativity and the Straight Sister in LGBTQ Young Adult Literature0
Aquaman and the War against Oceans: Comics Activism and Allegory in the Anthropocene. RyanPoll, U of Nebraska P, 2022. pp 268. $30.00 paper.0
Reality TV and Queer Identities: Sexuality, Authenticity, Celebrity. MichaelLovelock. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 205 pp. $78.00 cloth.0
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Why the Beach Boys Matter. TomSmucker. U of Texas P, 2018. 176 pp. $16.95 paperback.0
Monstrous Youth: Transgressing the Boundaries of Childhood in the United States. SaraAustin. Ohio State UP, 2022. 180 pp. $32.95 e‐book.0
That's the joint: The Hip‐Hop studies reader, 3rd edition By MurrayForman, Mark AnthonyNeal, and Regina N.Bradley (Eds.), New York: Routledge. 2024. pp. 780. £59.99 (pbk)0
Buy Black: How Black Women Transformed US Popular Culture. Aria S.Halliday. U of Illinois P, 2022. 208 pp. $24.95 paper.0
“Live the Good Life”: Classified Masculinity in 1950s and 1960s Corporate America0
Past and Present Crimes in Sápmi: Lars Pettersson and Olivier Truc0
The Uses and Abuses of Pop Culture in Ready Player One and Grandmother's Gold0
Imagined Adversaries: Criminality and Border Formation in Dave Hutchinson’s Europe in Autumn0
For love and money: Navigating values at the antiques roadshow event0
Superheroes, Movies, and the State: How the US Government Shapes Cinematic Universes. Tricia Jenkins and Tom Secker. UP of Kansas, 2022. 336 pp. $34.95 hardcover.0
A Vindication of the Redhead: The Typology of Red Hair Throughout the Literary and Visual Arts. BrendaAyres and SarahMaier. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature. 2021. 307 pp. $119.99 paper.0
Ocular Rebellion: The Satirical Gaze of White Fright in Jordan Peele’s Get Out0
Because Female Comics Don't Get Pregnant: The Unruly Comedy of Ali Wong and Amy Schumer0
Unfamiliar Races in Untimely Places: Anti‐Essentialism and the Science Fiction Television Series The Expanse0
Moving beyond the magic Indian Trope in Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series0
The Batman in the Jar: The Legacy of John Rollin Ridge's Joaquín Murieta and the Construction of American Hero0
Columbo: Paying Attention 24/7. David Martin‐Jones. Edinburgh UP, 2022. 239 pp. $22.45 paper.0
True Story: What Reality TV Says About Us. Danielle J.Lindemann. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022. 352 pp. $20.00 paper.0
Serazio, Michael. The Power of Sports: Media and Spectacle in American Culture. New York UP, 2019. 400 pp. $35.00 paper.0
Moving through Frames on Screen: Human Experience in the CBC's Being Erica0
Communities of Women in Acevedos's With the Fire on High (2019) and Clap When You Land (2020)0
The Hetaera's Monster: The Sublime Mother in the Slasher Film Genre0
Transnational Convergence of East Asian Pop Culture. Seok‐Kyeong Hong and Dal Yong Jin. Routledge, 2021. 248 pp. $128.00 hardcover.0
Transgressive women in punk: Politics, sexuality, and creative aggression in the 1970s0
Editorial: News from the Popular Culture Association0
Metamodern Enthusiasm and Neoromanticism in BBC's Sherlock0
The Canadian Alternative: Cartoonists, Comics, and Graphic Novels. DominickGrace and EricHoffman, eds. UP. of Mississippi, 2020. 288 pp. $30.00 cloth.0
Speculative Wests: Popular Representations of a Region and GenreMichael K.Johnson. University of Nebraska Press, 2023. 286 pp. $99.00 cloth.0