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James Bond in World and Popular Culture: The Films are Not Enough, Second Edition 2nd ed. Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1443828673
ISBN-10: 144382867X
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Robert G. Weiner is Associate Humanities Librarian at Texas Tech University. His presentation 'How My X-Wife Taught Me to Love James Bond' has been given at conferences, and even once in a church. He has taught several classes on Bond and Popular Culture, and is Area Chair for James Bond and Popular Culture for the Southwest Popular Culture Association. He has been published in the Texas Library Journal, Journal of Southwest Cultures, International Journal of Comic Art, and the East Texas Historical Journal. He is the author and editor of books on the Grateful Dead, and most recently edited Graphic Novels and Comics in Libraries and Archives, and co-edited From the Arthouse to the Grindhouse and Cinema Inferno: Celluloid Explosions from the Cultural Margins. This book on Bond has long been a dream of his. B. Lynn Whitfield is Associate Archivist at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library where she serves as the University Archivist of Texas Tech University and administers its records management program. She received her Bachelor s Degree in Art from Mercer University in 1993, her Master s Degree in Museum Science in 1995 and passed the national archivist s exam in 2004 to become a Certified Archivist. Recently she edited the exhibit catalogue Medieval Southwest: Manifestations of the Old World in the New. Jack Becker is Associate Librarian at Texas Tech University. He is the librarian for history. He has been published in the West Texas Historical Association Yearbook, Journal of Southwest Cultures, and Journal of Ethno-American History. He has presented on James Bond at the Southwestern Popular Culture Association.
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