Encyclopedia Britannicney: It’s Getting Chaotic

Hello students! As you are undoubtedly aware, Encyclopedia Britannicney takes a full year to cover. Your second semester will be more challenging than the first. Take notes as we celebrate the complex life of our president this President’s Day: Ms. Britney Jean Spears.

In “It’s Getting Chaotic,” we cover the end of Britney’s Onyx Hotel Tour, the introduction of K-Fed/ PopoZão, their marriage and divorce, and the birth of their two precious boys, Sean Preston and Jayden.

For more on this era, we encourage students to listen (or re-listen) to Pop U’s first episode, “Rogue Britney: A Popstar Story.” In that episode, we cover Britney’s lost album, Original Doll.

Be sure to listen closely to both before we launch into our biggest edition yet: “It’s Britney, Bitch,” which features a VERY special visiting professor.

You can find your reading list here.

Encyclopedia Britannicney: It’s Dangerous, She’s Falling – Part Two

The professors are back with Part Two of the “It’s Dangerous, She’s Falling” edition of Encyclopedia Britannicney. In this episode, they delve in to the acoustically-delicious In the Zone album, as well as the affiliated shenanigans surrounding its release and supporting tour.

Focuses include why Moby is canceled, how Rihanna’s navy stacks up against Britney’s army, Vegas weddings, and the significance of the 2004 Britknee injury.

Please find your reading list here.

PS- 2018 has brought us many gifts, including upgraded recording equipment and more episodes. Next on the roster: an in-depth look at Tyra Banks and America’s Next Top Model. 

Encyclopedia Britannicney: It’s Dangerous, She’s Falling – Part One

In the “It’s Dangerous, She’s Falling” edition of Encyclopedia Britannicney, we cover the massively consequential In-the-Zone-Madonna-kiss-Onyx-Hotel-shotgun-wedding-Unholy-K-Federation era. In Part One, we focus our studies on Britney’s life and promo leading up to the release of the rapturous In the Zone.

Topics of discussion include Fred Durst’s undying love for Britney, NYLA, the supremely harsh Diane Sawyer interview, and why you shouldn’t pitch a wholesome southern girl a single titled, “Pop Culture Whore.”

Your professors are joined by visiting lecturer, Adam Parker. Please find your reading list attached, and come prepared for your next session!