Cultural Frames, Framing Culture

The Cultural Frames, Framing Culture series examines both the way our culture frames our narratives and the way our narratives produce the culture that frames them. Attempting to bridge the gap between previously disparate disciplines, and combining theoretical issues with practical applications, this series invites a broad audience to read contemporary culture in a fresh and provocative way.

Series Editor: Robert Newman; Associate Series Editor: Justin D. Neuman
UVA Editor: Angie Hogan

Books in this Series

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Institutional Character
Collectivity, Individuality, and the Modernist Novel
Robert Higney
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Walk the Barrio
The Streets of Twenty-First-Century Transnational Latinx Literature
Cristina Rodriguez
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Fashioning Character
Style, Performance, and Identity in Contemporary American Literature
Lauren S. Cardon
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Neoliberal Nonfictions
The Documentary Aesthetic from Joan Didion to Jay-Z
Daniel Worden
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Dandyism
Forming Fiction from Modernism to the Present
Len Gutkin
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Terrible Beauty
The Violent Aesthetic and Twentieth-Century Literature
Marian Eide
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Women Writers of the Beat Era
Autobiography and Intertextuality
Mary Paniccia Carden
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Stranger America
A Narrative Ethics of Exclusion
Josh Toth
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Fashion and Fiction
Self-Transformation in Twentieth-Century American Literature
Lauren S. Cardon
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American Road Narratives
Reimagining Mobility in Literature and Film
Ann Brigham
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The Arresting Eye
Race and the Anxiety of Detection
Jinny Huh
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Failed Frontiersmen
White Men and Myth in the Post-Sixties American Historical Romance
James J. Donahue
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Composing Cultures
Modernism, American Literary Studies, and the Problem of Culture
Eric Aronoff
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Quirks of the Quantum
Postmodernism and Contemporary American Fiction
Samuel Chase Coale
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Male Armor
The Soldier-Hero in Contemporary American Culture
Jon Robert Adams
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Chick Lit and Postfeminism
Stephanie Harzewski
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American Iconographic
National Geographic, Global Culture, and the Visual Imagination
Stephanie L. Hawkins
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Wanted
The Outlaw in American Visual Culture
Rachel Hall
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African Americans and the Culture of Pain
Debra Walker King
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Against the Unspeakable
Complicity, the Holocaust, and Slavery in America
Naomi Mandel
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The Golden Avant-Garde
Idolatry, Commercialism, and Art
Raphael Sassower and Louis Cicotello
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I'm No Angel
The Blonde in Fiction and Film
Ellen Tremper
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Visions of the Maid
Joan of Arc in American Film and Culture
Robin Blaetz
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Writing War in the Twentieth Century
Margot Norris
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Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia
Nancy Martha West