Lecture 4 Popular Culture as Public Pedagogy

Lecture 4 Popular Culture as Public Pedagogy - AMST203...

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AMST203: Lecture for 10/5/2007 Popular Culture as Public Pedagogy: Culture and Ways of Knowing Administrative Information : Please note that the reading assignment has been altered, eliminating required pages from one of the articles. In addition, please remember to bring all of your course materials (including lectures and worksheets) to class this week as we will be doing some prep for the exam. You will notice that your reading is lighter this week. That is because you are expected to come to class on Friday prepared to review, not to learn. I will not be providing definitions for the terms. You need to do that. My job on Friday will be to clear up existing confusion and link concepts together. For this Friday, be prepared to discuss: The terms and questions provided you on your worksheets Methods for studying popular culture (as modeled by the authors whose work we have read so far) and when and why to use them The “story” of popular culture in the United States, with particular attention to the overarching development of technologies, transportation, and urbanity Contextualizing T.J. Jackson Lears : The Lears article is a response to the theories advanced by a scholar named Lawrence Levine, who wrote an influential book about popular culture called
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