Having queer characters in works, even when the narrative is not specifically about being queer, is crucial.
Post Tagged with: "pop culture and world politics"
The graffiti prank on the set of ‘Homeland’ is an act that represents a physical realization that the pop-culture canvas can be subverted even in the process.
This edited collection offers a holistic approach to an exciting field of research and contributes to the establishment of Pop Culture and World Politics as a sub-discipline of International Relations.
The new blog will seek to make sense of the relationship between pop culture and world politics. In every instance, we will make sure that we take pop culture seriously.