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Against Academia: The History of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association and the Popular Culture Movement, 1967–1988

Against Academia: The History of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association and... SO Blodc SIIO'ed Musk "The Liberation," with Asante, theomusicology can search for a means of analyzing African cultures from an Afrocentric perspective in hope of establishing harmony with self, neighbor, and nature. Browne, Ray B. Against Academia: The History of the Popular Culture Association/ American Culture Association and the Popular Culture Movement, 1967-1988. Bowl­ ing Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, r989 . Ray Browne, father of the Popular Culture movement and chair of the only Department of Popular Culture in the nation (probably in the world), has changed forever the face of the academy. He says, "One of the most innovative, far-reaching and tradition-shattering of academic-and non-academic-movements in the Humanities and social sciences of the last half century has been the development of Popular Culture and its various spin-off areas as an academic disci­ pline" ( r ). Whether or not academics wish to select the "Techno Humanities"-Popular Culture-as their field of research, the in­ creasing presence and success of this "New and Practical Human­ ities" discipline has predisposed scholars to ideas that necessitate a re-examination of what traditionally has been defined as canon (2) . Popular Culture studies date back to r965 when Ray Browne http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Black Sacred Music Duke University Press

Against Academia: The History of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association and the Popular Culture Movement, 1967–1988

Black Sacred Music , Volume 4 (2) – Sep 1, 1990

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Copyright © 1990 by Duke University Press
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1043-9455
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2640-9879
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SO Blodc SIIO'ed Musk "The Liberation," with Asante, theomusicology can search for a means of analyzing African cultures from an Afrocentric perspective in hope of establishing harmony with self, neighbor, and nature. Browne, Ray B. Against Academia: The History of the Popular Culture Association/ American Culture Association and the Popular Culture Movement, 1967-1988. Bowl­ ing Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, r989 . Ray Browne, father of the Popular Culture movement and chair of the only Department of Popular Culture in the nation (probably in the world), has changed forever the face of the academy. He says, "One of the most innovative, far-reaching and tradition-shattering of academic-and non-academic-movements in the Humanities and social sciences of the last half century has been the development of Popular Culture and its various spin-off areas as an academic disci­ pline" ( r ). Whether or not academics wish to select the "Techno Humanities"-Popular Culture-as their field of research, the in­ creasing presence and success of this "New and Practical Human­ ities" discipline has predisposed scholars to ideas that necessitate a re-examination of what traditionally has been defined as canon (2) . Popular Culture studies date back to r965 when Ray Browne

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Black Sacred MusicDuke University Press

Published: Sep 1, 1990

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