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9/11 Culture

ISBN: 978-1-4051-7372-8
200 pages
April 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
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9/11 Culture serves as a timely and accessible introduction to the complexities of American culture in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
  • Gives balanced examinations of a broad catalogue of artifacts from film, music, photography, literary fiction, and other popular arts
  • Investigates the ways that 9/11 has exerted a shaping force on a wide range of practices, from the politics of femininity to the poetics of redemption
  • Includes pedagogical material to assist understanding and teaching, including film and discographies, and a useful teachers' preface
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Acknowledgments.

Introduction: 9/11 Questions (and Answers).

1. Rumors.

2. Telethon.

3. Snapshots.

4. Rising.

5. Us.

6. Tools.

7. Shout-Outs.

Bibliography.

Appendix 1: 9/11 in Film and on Television.

Appendix 2: 9/11 Music.

A Note to Teachers.

Index.
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Jeffrey Melnick is Associate Professor of American Studies at Babson College. He is author of two books on Black-Jewish relations: A Right to Sing the Blues: African Americans, Jews, and American Popular Song (1999) and Black-Jewish Relations on Trial: Leo Frank and Jim Conley in the New South (2000). Melnick is an active public speaker has appeared many times on local and national radio and television.
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The book can serve as an excellent primary text assigned to students taken courses related to the same field. ( Southwest Journal of Cultures, 2009)
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