Center for the Study of Popular Culture
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Center for the Study of Popular Culture may refer to:
- The David Horowitz Freedom Center, founded in the 1980s by political activist David Horowitz; the center changed its name in July 2006.
- The academic organization founded at Bowling Green State University in 1968 by Ray Browne, the home for many years of The Popular Press (now at the University of Wisconsin–Madison). The Center is now called the "Department of Popular Culture".
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