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Popular Culture, Educational Discourse, and Mathematics
Popular Culture, Educational Discourse, and Mathematics (April 1995)
Peter M. Appelbaum - Author

"The book deals with important and far-reaching issues in a way that is original, stimulating, and very accessible; it succeeds in linking widely divergent fields of study--math education and cultural studies--in a way that provokes fresh questions and rethinking of received ideas. A considerable strength of this book is that it's a lively, engaging work, at once playful and serious. While it is theoretically sophisticated, it is not freighted with ...(Read More)
 
 
Popular Culture and Political Change in Modern America
Popular Culture and Political Change in Modern America (November 1991)
Ronald Edsforth - Editor
Larry Bennett - Editor

"I am most impressed with the utility of this collection, the quality of the scholarship, the clarity of the writing, the breadth of coverage, and most important, the kinds of questions that each essay raises." -- Bruce C. Nelson, Central Michigan University

This book is a collection of essays dealing with the ways in which specific popular entertainment media, mass consumer products, and popular movements affect politics and political cultur...(Read More)
 
 
The Remaking of Pittsburgh
The Remaking of Pittsburgh (June 1984)
Class and Culture in an Industrializing City, 1877-1919
Francis G. Couvares - Author

What forces transformed a community in which industrial workers and other citizens exercised a real measure of power over their lives into a metropolis whose inhabitants were utterly dependent on Big Steel? How did a city that fervidly embraced the labor struggle of 1877 turn into the city which so fiercely repudiated the labor struggle of 1919?

The Remaking of Pittsburgh is the history of this transformation. The cu...(Read More)
 
 
Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish
Funny, It Doesn't Sound Jewish
Replacement CD
Jack Gottlieb - Author

Companion CD to Funny, It Doesn’t Sound Jewish, which documents the influence of Jewish music on American popular song.

This is the companion CD to Funny, It Doesn’t Sound Jewish, in which Jack Gottlieb chronicles how Jewish songwriters and composers transformed the popular music of mid-twentieth-century America. Although many critics, historians, and musicians have alluded to the Je...(Read More)
 
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