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Author: Michele Wallace; Dia Center for the Arts (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: New York : New Press, 1998, ©1983.
Series: Discussions in contemporary culture, no. 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st New Press printView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michele Wallace; Dia Center for the Arts (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN: 1565844599 9781565844599
OCLC Number: 40548914
Notes: Originally published: Seattle : Bay Press, ©1992.
Description: ix, 373 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Black pleasure, Black joy : an introduction / Gina Dent --
What is this "Black" in Black popular culture? / Stuart Hall --
Nihilism in Black America / Cornel West --
Dialectically down with the critical program / bell hooks --
The documentary impulse in contemporary U.S. African-American film / Valerie Smith --
The politics of interpretation : Black critics, filmmakers, audiences / Jacqueline Bobo --
The Black man's burden / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. --
The accusatory space / Jacquie Jones --
Unleash the queen / Marlon T. Riggs --
The body in question / Lisa Kennedy --
Getting down to get over : Romare Bearden's use of pornography and the problem of the Black female body in Afro-U.S. art / Judith Wilson --
Boyz n the hood and Jungle fever / Michele Wallace --
"You cain't trus' it" : experts witnessing in the case of rap / Houston A. Baker Jr. --
Toward a redefinition of the urban : the collision of culture / John Jeffries. Two words on music : Black community / Sherley Anne Williams --
Nostalgia for the present : cultural resistance in Detroit 1977-1987 / Kofi Natambu --
The multicultural wars / Hazel V. Carby --
Popular culture and the economics of alienation / Julianne Malveaux --
Black texts/Black contexts / Tricia Rose --
Seizing the moving image : reflections of a Black independent producer / Ada Gay Griffin --
About face : the evolution of a Black producer / Thomas Allen Harris --
Preface to a one-hundred-and eighty volume patricide note : yet another few thousand words on the death of Miles Davis and the problem of the Black male genius / Greg Tate --
69 / Arthur Jafa --
"Black is, Black ain't" : notes on de-essentializing Black identities / Isaac Julien --
Pan-American postnationalism : another world order / Coco Fusco --
Afro-kitsch / Manthia Diawara --
Race, identity, and political culture / Manning Marable. It's a family affair / Paul Gilroy --
Black nationalism : the sixties and the nineties / Angela Y. Davis --
Afterword : "Why are there no great Black artists?" : the problem of visuality in African-American culture / Michele Wallace.
Series Title: Discussions in contemporary culture, no. 8.
Responsibility: a project by Michele Wallace ; edited by Gina Dent.

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