Victor P. Corona, Ph.D. (http://victorpcorona.com) is a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at Columbia University. Follow him on Twitter: @victorpcorona
Tuesday, January 11 2011
America’s Medicis explains how the Rockefellers nurtured world-class museums, art collections, plazas, and stunning works of architecture around the country.
Monday, November 22 2010
Starstruck is a succinct account of the commercial apparatus behind those stars whom we seek to uplift, observe, and emulate.
Tuesday, November 2 2010
Reading Karen Beckman’s work demanded that I think more carefully about the place of the automobile and collisions in pop culture. Interesting cases are abundant.
Sunday, October 10 2010
Ball is more concerned with discerning general scientific laws of music than with providing a sense of how people consume music, or why we are even compelled to make music.
Tuesday, August 31 2010
The conversations between John Wilcock and key figures in Warhol’s life will fascinate those interested in the Pop icon and the art worlds to which he contributed throughout his career.
Wednesday, November 24 2010
It’s not surprising that the intense curiosity about Lady Gaga’s music and aesthetic is being brought into undergraduate classrooms.
Friday, November 19 2010
Having just signed on to be Dr. Phil's newest correspondent, Kelly Cutrone will continue to urge young people to abandon emotional neediness and pursue their career goals with diligence and hard work.