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Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture

Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture

Schubert, Stefan. Narrative Instability: Destabilizing Identities, Realities, and Textualities in Contemporary American Popular Culture. Heidelberg: Winter, 2019. Print. American Studies - A Monograph Ser. 305.

New Book on Representations of the Fifties in Popular Culture

ASL’s Eleonora Ravizza has recently published her dissertation titled Revisiting and Revising the Fifties in Contemporary US Popular Culture: Self-Reflexivity, Melodrama, and Nostalgia in Film and Television. The book was published by J.B. Metzler.

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