Eric Zinner

Eric Zinner publishes scholarship in American studies, cultural studies, literary criticism, media studies, communication, and American cultural history.

His books have won multiple National Jewish Book Awards (2009 in Jewish Studies2009 finalist in Jewish Studies2006 in Modern Jewish Thought), the American Book Award, two Katherine Singer Kovács Book Awards (highest prize in cinema and media studies) (ii ), the Alan Merriam Prize (highest prize in ethnomusicology), the best first book prizes of the Modern Language Association and the American Studies Association (ii ), the Saul Viener Prize (best work American Jewish history), and the Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Studies, along with numerous additional prizes.

Read an interview with him at The Minnesota Review.

Series:America and the Long 19th CenturyAmerican History and CultureChildren and Youth in AmericaCritical Cultural CommunicationCultural FrontThe Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish HistoryNation of NationsPostmillenial PopSexual Cultures

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