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Volume 34Popular Culture(s)

Popular culture has been defined as everything from “common culture,” to “folk culture,” to “mass culture.” While it has been all of these things at various points in history, popular culture is undeniably associated with commercial culture and all its trappings: movies, television, radio, cyberspace, advertising, toys, games nearly any commodity available for purchase, many forms of art, photography, games, and even group “experiences” like collective comet-watching or rave dancing on ecstasy.

This issue welcomed submissions of papers on a wide range of topics pertaining to Popular Culture and its cultural practices globally and through time.

Executive Editors

Lannibeth Monjaras
Chris Musso

Associate Editors

Cynthia Arroyo
Matthew Gonzales
Anna Rapacz
Rafael Serrato
Sasha Stone
Dianne Vitug

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Nhora Serrano