Praxes of popular culture

No. 1 - Year 9 - 12/2018

Contributors

Marko Lukić, University of Zadar, Croatia

mlukic@unizd.hr

Marko Lukić is an associate professor in the English Department at the University of Zadar, Croatia. He is the acting Head of the Department, and he teaches various courses in American literature, popular culture and cultural theory. His research interests include American popular culture, human spatiality and space in literature and film, and the contemporary horror genre. He is the Editor in Chief of [sic] – A Journal of Literature, Culture and Literary Translation, Conference Director/organizer of the international conference Re-Thinking Humanities and Social Sciences, and the co-founder of the Center for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities.

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