9/11 Culture by Jeffrey Melnick

By Jeffrey Melnick

9/11 Culture serves as a well timed and obtainable advent to the complexities of yankee tradition within the wake of the Sep 11 assaults.

  • Gives balanced examinations of a extensive catalogue of artifacts from movie, tune, images, literary fiction, and different renowned arts
  • Investigates the ways in which Sep 11 has exerted a shaping strength on a variety of practices, from the politics of femininity to the poetics of redemption
  • Includes pedagogical fabric to help figuring out and instructing, together with movie and discographies, and an invaluable academics' preface

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