The Journal of Popular Culture June 2018 • Volume 51 • Number 3 The Journal of June Volume 51 The Journal of Popular Culture Number 3 Contents Editorial Editorial: The Bowling Green Tradition in Popular Culture Studies Popular Ann Larabee 573 Articles Powering up the Technodrome: Energy Sustainability in the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nada Kujundžic ´ and Matú š Miš ík 575 “This Kindergarten Country of Ours”: Daniel Tosh’s Postmodern Social Politics Jared N. Champion 595 Culture Biopolitics in the Anthropocene: On the Invention of Future Biopolitics in Snowpiercer , Elysium , and Interstellar Gregers Andersen and Esben Bjerggaard Nielsen 615 “Yes! No! … Maybe?”: Reading the Real in Professional Wrestling’s Unreality Brian Jansen 635 This Land Was Made for You and Me: The Rise of the Oppressed in George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead June Leah Richards 657 Moon Over the Eastern Mountain: Constructing the Han Chinese Imagination of Modern Tibet Volume 51 Fen Lin 674 Sex Sells (Out): Neoliberalism and Erotic Fan Fiction Number 3 Aidan J. Byrne and Samantha Fleming 693 Posthumanism and Un-Endings: How Ligotti Deranges Lovecraft’s Cosmic Horror Alejandro Omidsalar 716 The Betwixt-and-Between: Peter Pan as a Trickster Figure Eva Valentova
The Journal of Popular Culture – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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