Reading Rocky Horror: The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Popular Culture

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Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
Palgrave Macmillan, Nov 15, 2008 - Performing Arts - 248 pages
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show is undeniably the world’s most famous “cult film,” yet it has received very little scrutiny or consideration from scholars.. Reading Rocky Horror is the first edited collection devoted to The Rocky Horror Picture Show and makes up for academia’s neglect of this cult classic by assembling a variety of accessible contributions that examine the film from diverse perspectives including gender and queer studies, disability studies, cultural studies, genre studies, and film studies.

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Sarah Artt, Napier University, UK Kevin John Bozelka, DePaul University, USA Michael M. Chemers, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Julian Cornell, New York University, USA Thomas G. Endres, University of Northern Colorado, USA Ben Hixon, University of Washington, USA Zachary Lamm, University of Illinois, USA Heather C. Levy, Independent Scholar Matthew A. Levy, Pacific Lutheran University, USA Liz Locke, University of Oklahoma, USA Sue Matheson, University College of the North, Canada Nicole Seymour, California State University, USA Kristina Watkins-Morming, Georgia Gwinnett College, USA

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