Volume 5.1 | February 1994
Table of Contents
The Hypervisual Standard of American Popular Culture
William E. H. Meyer, Jr.
Racism in Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book'
Karen Ciha, Janet Joseph and Terry J. Martin
''Cotton Comes to Harlem":
The Novel, the Film and the Critics
Lynched, Assaulted, and Intimidated:
Oscar Micheaux's Most Controversial Films
Rap Music Resisting Resistance
Paul M. Fotsch
The Smiths, Pop Culture Referencing, and Marginalized Stardom
Magic Regencies: How Fantasy Forms a Hybrid
A. B. Emrys
Stranded in the Sixties: The Politics of Mailer's 'Armies of the Night'
William H. Thornton
Popular Culture as Religion: Faiths by Which We Naturally Live
Stephen M. Johnson
'Present Wherever Smart Women Assemble...'
Images of the Housewife in American Popular Press Advertising
The Shopping Ritual: Images of QVC
Rosanne L. Hartman and Gayle Pohl
Loud-Mouthed and Liberated:
The Women of Norman Lear