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Television, History, and American Culture: Feminist Critical Essays (Console-ing Passions) Paperback – September 20, 1999


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“Reading this collection will be a tonic for anyone wearied by ongoing assaults on feminism and cultural studies as having passed their prime; these essays suggest a vital field of inquiry and a vibrant political spirit . . . The contributors list reads like a who’s who of American feminist television studies.”— Henry Jenkins, editor of Children’s Culture Reader

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“Reading this collection will be a tonic for anyone wearied by ongoing assaults on feminism and cultural studies as having passed their prime; these essays suggest a vital field of inquiry and a vibrant political spirit . . . The contributors list reads like a who’s who of American feminist television studies.”— Henry Jenkins, editor of Children’s Culture Reader --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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