Ray B. Browne co-founded the Popular Culture Association and established the American Culture Association, both of which he served as Secretary-Treasurer for 40 and 28 years respectively. He was the author or editor of 70 books and numerous articles on popular/American culture. He established The Journal of Popular Culture, which he edited for 40 years, and The Journal of American Culture, editing it for 33 years, until his academic retirement. The Ray and Pat Browne Popular Culture Library at Bowling Green State University is named in his and his widow, Pat’s, honor.Ben Urish is a culturologist specializing in humor studies, mass media and entertainment. He is the primary author of The Words and Music of John Lennon and won the 2010 “C. W. M. Hart Award For Outstanding Service to Anthropology” for his abridgement of Leslie White’s “lost” opus Modern Capitalist Culture. He edited a volume of the popular culture writings of Ray Browne called Ray Browne and the Culture Studies Revolution. He has made documentary films and has presented numerous programs on film history. In addition, he has been published on a variety of media studies topics, including music, film, television, and theater.