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Jr., Kenneth L. Shonk,

Historical Theory and Methods through Popular Music, 1970–2000

Jr., Kenneth L. Shonk, - Historical Theory and Methods through Popular Music, 1970–2000, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Process and Pedagogy of Historical Theory
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

2. “400 Years”: Modernity, The Longue Durée, and Jamaican Music
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

3. “This Charming Man”: Queer and Alternative Masculinities, 1970–1994
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

4. “Will the Wolf Survive?”: Punk Rock and Chicana/o Identity in Los Angeles
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

5. A Perfect New Loop: Hip-Hop, Deindustrialization, and the Post-Civil Rights Era, 1973–2000
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

6. “The Pride of History”: Post-punk and the Aesthetics of Post-modernity
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

7.
Waveless: MTV and the “Quiet” Feminism of the 1980s
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

8.
Hiraeth: The Celtic Moment in 1980s Alternative Rock
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

9. “Feels Blind”: Counter-Hegemony in Alternative Rock During the Reagan/Thatcher Era
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

10. “No Depression”: The Nostalgia and Authenticity of Alternative Country
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

11. Conclusion
Kenneth L. Shonk, Daniel Robert McClure

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Cultural Theory, Music, Popular Culture

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Pop Music, Culture and Identity
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137570727
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-57071-0

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