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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sarah Nilsen; Sarah E Turner
|Description:||1 online resource (vi, 357 pages)|
|Contents:||Part 1. Theories of colorblindness. Shades of colorblindness: rethinking racial ideology in the United States / Ashley Doane ; Rhyme and reason: "post-race" and the politics of colorblind racism / Roopali Mukherjee ; The end of racism? colorblind racism and popular media / Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and Austin Ashe --
part 2. Icons of post-racial America. Oprah Winfrey: cultural icon of mainstream (white) America / Janice Peck ; The race denial card: the NBA lockout, Lebron James, and the politics of new racism / David J. Leonard and Bruce Lee Hazelwood ; Representations of Arabs and Muslims in post-9/11 television dramas / Evelyn Alsultany ; Maybe brown people aren't so scary if they're funny: audience readings of Arabs and Muslims on cable television comedies / Dina Ibrahim --
part 3. Reinscribing whiteness. "Some people just hide in plain sight" historicizing racism in Mad men / Sarah Nilsen ; Watching TV with white supremacists: a more complex view of the colorblind screen / C. Richard King ; BBFFs: interracial friendships in a post-racial world / Sarah E. Turner --
part 4. Post-racial relationships. Matchmakers and cultural compatibility: arranged marriage, South Asians, and racial narratives on American television / Shilpa Davé ; Mainstreaming Latina identity: culture-blind and colorblind themes in viewer interpretations of Ugly Betty / Philip A. Kretsedemas ; Race in progress, no passing zone: Battlestar Galactica, colorblindness, and the maintenance of racial order / Jinny Huh.
|Responsibility:||edited by Sarah Nilsen and Sarah E. Turner.|
"Overall, The Colorblind Screen is a timely anthology that joins a small-but, I hope, growing-number of works that address colorblind and post-race discourses in media. This collection demonstrates