Marilyn Monroe, by Andy Warhol 1964
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Research on popular culture can be challenging because of the interdisciplinary nature of the subject. This guide defines popular culture as mass-produced materials that are representative of aspects of mainstream culture, including movies, music, television shows, literature, comic books and video games.
U-M Library subject specialists are available to help you with everything from researching a citation to finding an obscure article. The following librarians can provide in-depth assistance with research questions in the listed area pertaining to popular culture.
American Culture: Alexa Pearce – email@example.com
Art & Design: Jamie Vander Broek - firstname.lastname@example.org
Art History: Deirdre Spencer - email@example.com
Comic Books & Graphic Novels: Dave Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication and Media Studies: Shevon Desai - email@example.com
Computer & Video Games: Dave Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Film & Video Studies: Philip Hallman – email@example.com
GLBTQ Studies: Meredith Kahn - firstname.lastname@example.org
Multicultural Studies: Charles Ransom – email@example.com
Music & Theatre: Kristen Castellana – firstname.lastname@example.org and Jason Imbesi - email@example.com
Sociology: Hailey Mooney - firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Resources: Rebecca Price – email@example.com