St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture

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St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture
Author Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast
Country United States
Language English
Subject History
Genre Reference encyclopedia
Publisher Gale
Publication date
Media type As of 2011, 5 volumes (hardbound)
ISBN ISBN 1-55862-405-8

The St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture is a cross-curriculum English-language resource that publishes scholarly articles and features on a range of popular culture topics such as television, movies, theater, radio, music, print media, sports, fashion, health and politics. It is available in print, and as an e-book. It was first published by Gale in 2000. The encyclopaedia grew in size, and by its fourth edition (2003) it had expanded to 2,700 signed essays written by subject experts and professionals.[1][2]


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