Class : Culture

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1. Cover image for 'Natural Acts'
Gender, Race, and Rusticity in Country Music
Pamela Fox

Hillbilly, honky-tonk, Nashville glitz, or alt.country: what makes music authentically country?

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Paper 2009 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "Natural Acts" to Cart
Hardcover 2009 $80.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Natural Acts" to Cart
1. Cover image for 'Natural Acts'
Gender, Race, and Rusticity in Country Music
Pamela Fox

Hillbilly, honky-tonk, Nashville glitz, or alt.country: what makes music authentically country?

Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2009 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "Natural Acts" to Cart
Hardcover 2009 $80.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Natural Acts" to Cart
Currently limited to: subject music Music x
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Class: Culture is designed to lend energy and direction to the growing body of work addressing the impact of class on the framing and formation of U.S. and global culture. It takes its impetus from the urgent new attention, within the American academy and outside it, to ever-increasing disparities of wealth and their cultural effects in what has been called the new Gilded Age.

Class: Culture seeks books that offer new paradigms for considering what class is and how class "works" in U.S. culture. The series foregrounds work that advances our understanding of class differences, the lived experience of class, and especially, the inscription of these in the arts and letters, their ramifications in visual and social history, and their structuring of political economy across time and region.

Class : Culture

Class: Culture is designed to lend energy and direction to the growing body of work addressing the impact of class on the framing and formation of U.S. and global culture. It takes its impetus from the urgent new attention, within the American academy and outside it, to ever-increasing disparities of wealth and their cultural effects in what has been called the new Gilded Age.

Class: Culture seeks books that offer new paradigms for considering what class is and how class "works" in U.S. culture. The series foregrounds work that advances our understanding of class differences, the lived experience of class, and especially, the inscription of these in the arts and letters, their ramifications in visual and social history, and their structuring of political economy across time and region.


Amy Schrager Lang, Syracuse University

Bill V. Mullen, Purdue University

Series Editorial Board
Nicholas Bromell
Nan Enstad
Amy Gluckman
Leslie Harris
Cora Kaplan
Louis Mendoza
Jonathan Prude
Steven Ross
Cecilia Tichi
Alan Wald
Lisa Yun
Janet Zandy

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Series Editors

Amy Schrager Lang, Syracuse University

Bill V. Mullen, Purdue University

Series Editorial Board
Nicholas Bromell
Nan Enstad
Amy Gluckman
Leslie Harris
Cora Kaplan
Louis Mendoza
Jonathan Prude
Steven Ross
Cecilia Tichi
Alan Wald
Lisa Yun
Janet Zandy


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