Pop Goes the Decade: The Nineties

by
Kevin L. Fergusonauthor

Kevin L. Ferguson is associate professor of English at Queens College, City University of New York.

Pop Goes the Decade: The Nineties

20190930

Greenwood

Pages 320
Topics Boyz n the Hood;The Craft;Cyberthrillers;The Dream Team;Fresh Prince of Bel-Air;Generation X and Slackers;Lilith Fair;The Matrix;Netscape;Notorious B.I.G.;Riot Grrrl;American History: Culture

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Pop Goes the Decade: The Nineties

Author(s): Ferguson, Kevin;
Contributors: Ferguson, Kevin;
Abstract:

Popular culture in the 1990s often primarily reflected millennial catastrophic anxieties. The world was tightening, speeding up, and becoming more dangerous and dangerously connected. Surely it was only a matter of time before it all came crashing down.


• Covers a wide range of aspects of popular culture of the 1990s

• Offers an alternative perspective to the traditional, nostalgic image of the 1990s, emphasizing the often repressed voices of people of color or sexual orientation

• Provides evidence for the continuation of the 1990s into today's culture, not only in regards to anniversaries but also inventions that continue to play fundamental roles

SortTitle: pop goes the decade: the nineties
Keyword(s): Boyz n the Hood; The Craft; Cyberthrillers; The Dream Team; Fresh Prince of Bel-Air; Generation X and Slackers; Lilith Fair; The Matrix; Netscape; Notorious B.I.G.; Riot Grrrl; American History: Culture
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Kevin L. Fergusonauthor

Kevin L. Ferguson is associate professor of English at Queens College, City University of New York.

eISBN-13: 9781440862618
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440862601
Imprint: Greenwood
Pages: 320
Publication Date: 20190930
Series: Pop Goes the Decade