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Immigration and American Popular Culture

An Introduction (Nation of Newcomers)

by Rachel Rubin

  • 22 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by NYU Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immigration & emigration,
  • Popular culture,
  • United States,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Ethnic relations,
  • Social Science,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Sociology,
  • USA,
  • Emigration & Immigration,
  • Social History,
  • United States - 20th Century,
  • Cultural assimilation,
  • Immigrants

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8045826M
    ISBN 100814775527
    ISBN 109780814775523

    Jan 31,  · The possibility, for example, that Cummins’ book might, as advertised, offer an antidote to some severe afflictions in American popular culture: a chronically erroneous representation, rooted in. Nov 05,  · It’s a window to a larger story of immigration, adaptation, and contribution to popular culture in the U.S. University of Missouri-Kansas City historian Sandra Enriquez leads a subsequent discussion. The Becoming American series is a project of New York’s City Lore, made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

    Immigration and American Popular Culture: An Introduction (Nation of Nations) Rachel Lee Rubin Jeffrey Melnick. NYU Press / Hardcover / Pages isbn / isbn Book / Textbook Details Add to Comparison . Culture Across Borders is the first book-length study to analyze a wide range of cultural manifestations of the Mexican immigration experience, including art literature, cinema, corridos (folk songs), and humor. It shows how Mexican immigrants have been depicted in popular culture - both in Mexico and the United States - and how Mexican and Chicano/Chicana artists, writers, intellectuals, and.

    How the immigration policies and popular culture of the 's fused to shape modern views on democracy. In the s, amid increasing immigration from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia, the circle of who was considered American seemed to broaden, reflecting the democratic gains made by racial minorities and women. American immigration politics is wrestling with the tension between nationalism and multiculturalism. In his book Nations: The Long identity is rooted more in the belief that processes of.


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"This books account of the interaction of immigration, popular culture, and mainstream America is loaded with brief chronicles of different levels of historieshistories of American immigration, popular culture forms, immigration laws, American cultural imperialism, and mainstream representations of immigration." (African American Review)Cited by: 4.

How does a 'national' popular culture form and grow over time in a nation comprised of immigrants. How have immigrants used popular culture in America, and how has it used them.

Immigration and American Popular Culture looks at the relationship between American immigrants and the popular culture industry in the twentieth century/5.

How does a 'national' popular culture form and grow over time in a nation comprised of immigrants. How have immigrants used popular culture in America, and how has it used them.

Immigration and American Popular Culture looks at the relationship between American immigrants and the popular culture industry in the twentieth century.

Supplemented by a timeline of key events and extensive suggestions for further reading, Immigration and American Popular Culture offers at once a unique history of twentieth century U.S. immigration and an essential introduction to the major approaches to the study of popular culture.

Melnick and Rubin go further to demonstrate how completely. Immigration and American Popular Culture: An Introduction by Rubin, Rachel and Melnick, Jeffrey Paul and Silberstein, Laurence available in Hardcover on frithwilliams.com, also read synopsis and reviews. View the Table of Contents.

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immigration and an essential introduction to the major approaches to the study of popular culture. Immigration and American Popular Culture: An Introduction (Nation of Nations Book 4) eBook: Rachel Lee Rubin, Jeffrey Melnick: frithwilliams.com: Kindle Store5/5(1). tion” from “popular culture”: if we agree that immigrants were at the very heart of popular culture imagery and production (as we begin to argue as soon as chapter 1 and continue to argue throughout the book) and popular culture helped produce and define various moments of immigration history (see especially chapters 2 and 5 for this Cited by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Immigration and American Popular Culture: An Introduction (Nation of Nations Book 4) at frithwilliams.com Read 5/5(1).

Sep 22,  · Ostensibly an introduction, this book's account of the interaction of immigration, popular culture, and mainstream America is loaded with brief chronicles of different levels of histories--histories of American immigration, popular culture forms, immigration laws, American cultural imperialism, and mainstream representations of immigration.

How does a 'national' popular culture form and grow over time in a nation comprised of immigrants. How have immigrants used popular culture in America, and how has it used them?Immigration and American Popular Culture looks at the relationship between American immigrants and the popular culture industry in the twentieth century.

Through a series of case studies, Rachel Rubin and Jeffrey. Feb 06,  · Amid the American Dirt controversy, we asked authors of our favorite books about migration for their recommendations immerses himself in a.

Dec 06,  · Rachel Lee Rubin is Professor of American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is author of Immigration and American Popular Culture (with Jeffrey Melnick, NYU Press) and Jewish Gangsters of Modern Literature, and co-editor of American Popular Music: New Approaches to the Twentieth Century and Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction/5(14).

Supplemented by a timeline of key events and extensive suggestions for further reading, Immigration and American Popular Culture offers at once a unique history of twentieth century U.

immigration and an essential introduction to the major approaches to the study of popular culture. Melnick and Rubin go further to demonstrate how completely. Get this from a library. Immigration and American Popular Culture: an Introduction.

[Rachel Rubin; Jeffrey Melnick] -- How does a 'national' popular culture form and grow over time in a nation comprised of immigrants. How have immigrants used popular culture in America, and how has it used them?. Immigration and. High rates of immigration are frequently accompanied by militant, and sometimes violent, calls for immigration restriction or deportation by nationalist groups.

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