Mormons and Popular Culture: The Global Influence of an American Phenomenon provides an unprecedented, comprehensive treatment of Mormons and popular culture. Authored by a Mormon studies librarian and author of numerous writings regarding Mormon folklore, culture, and history, this book provides students, scholars, and interested readers with an introduction and wide-ranging overview of the topic that can serve as a key reference book on the topic. The work contains fascinating coverage on the most influential Mormon actors, musicians, fashion designers, writers, artists, media personalities, and athletes. Some topicsasuch as the Mormon influence at Disney, and how Mormon inventors have assisted in transforming American popular culture through the inventions of television, stereophonic sound, video games, and computer-generated animationarepresent largely unknown information. The broad overview of Mormons and American popular culture offered can be used as a launching pad for further investigation; researchers will find the references within the book's well-documented chapters helpful.DanielOlsenhas estimated that about halfthe visitorsto Temple Square are nonMormon ... Some examples of guidebooks include Sacred Places: AComprehensive Guide to Early LDS HistoricalSites. ... Hill, The Mormon Trail: YesterdayandToday(Logan, Utah: Utah State UniversityPress, 1996); Stanley Buchholz Kimball, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mormons and Popular Culture|
|Author||:||J. Michael Hunter|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2012-12-05|