Dixie Debates: Perspectives on Southern Cultures
This volume offers perspectives on cultural studies in general and forms of popular Southern culture in particular - from rock and roll and Cajun music, to the impact on the South of the tourism industry. Questions of genre and race in contemporary film-making are also examined.
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Richard H King and Helen Taylor Introduction
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