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The Iconic Obama, 2007-2009: Essays on Media Representations of the Candidate and New President Paperback – May 31, 2012

ISBN-13: 978-0786446025 ISBN-10: 0786446021

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Nicholas A. Yanes is a Ph.D. graduate candidate (ABD) in the University of Iowa's Department of American Studies and a Dean's Graduate Fellow. He has published multiple pieces on popular culture. He lives in Iowa City, Iowa.

Derrais Carter is an American Studies doctoral candidate at The University of Iowa where he also teaches rhetoric. He has previously published essays on black masculinity and feminism. He lives in Iowa City, Iowa.

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Nicholas Yanes is currently an American Studies PhD candidate (ABD) and Dean's Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Iowa. His professional and academic interests are Early US History, Contemporary Popular Culture, and the Industries of Popular Entertainment - specifically, comic books, movies & video games. He frequently contributes to Scifipulse.net, and is paid to write for the Casual Gaming Association's gaming magazine, "Casual Connect," and its industry resource, "GameSauce." He is the co-editor of and contributed to his first book project, "The Iconic Obama." His dissertation analyzes the corporate evolution of EC Comics & MAD Magazine.

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