What good is history to cultural studies? Meaghan Morris looks
at struggles over "history" in social settings created by
capitalism: in tourist landscapes and in television time. The
materials of her analysis are motels, shopping malls, beaches, and
local politics. She focuses on history and cultural heritage as
issues of controversy for white working-class and poor suburban
communities, as well as for urban cultural elites.
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