An Investigation of High Culture

Joe Moran states in Interdisciplinarity that cultural studies dismiss high culture as elitist (Moran 68).  By this he means that high culture is viewed as snobbish and self-absorbed, that the members of high culture hold themselves in a higher regard.  Briefly investigating the traits and habits of a member of high culture, one may agree with this assertion; high culture – the arts – tends to have a habit of expression.   Continue reading “An Investigation of High Culture”