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Whole lot of shakin' going on: An ethnography of race relations and crossover audiences for rhythm and blues and rock and roll in 1950s Memphis
This dissertation, an ethnographic history of urban segregation and popular culture in the 1950s, is based on sixteen months of field research in Memphis and a year's archival work at the Smithsonian's National Museum of ...
Late voices, late movements: Beethoven and the cultural construction of genius
The text represents an experimental work in the intersections of anthropology, history, and literature, particularly as they pertain to notions regarding cultural constructions of common-sense reality (hence, questions of ...