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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alma M García
|ISBN:||9780759119611 0759119619 9780759119628 0759119627 9780759119635 0759119635|
|Description:||xxviii, 329 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Film images. Ideological racism and cultural resistance : constructing our own images / Yen Le Espiritu ; Black women's films : genesis of a tradition / Jacqueline Bobo ; Ghosts and vanishing Indian women : death of the celluloid maiden in the 1990s / M. Elise Marubbio ; Lost in the cinematic landscape : Chicanas as Lloronas in contemporary film / Domino Renee Pérez ; Chasing Fae : The watermelon woman and black lesbian possibility / Laura L. Sullivan --
pt. 2. Beauty images. Hey girl, am I more than my hair? African American women and their struggles with beauty, body image, and hair / Tracey Owens Patton ; Barbie's hair : selling out Puerto Rican identity in the global market / Frances Negrón-Muntaner ; The Pocahontas perplex : the image of Indian women in American culture / Rayna Green ; Yearning for lightness : transnational circuits in the marketing and consumption of skin lighteners / Evelyn Nakano Glenn --
pt. 3. Music. Bad sistas : black women rappers and sexual politics in rap music / Tricia Rose ; Jennifer as Selena : rethinking Latinidad in media and popular culture / Frances R. Aparicio ; Passed into the present : women in Hawaiian entertainment / Amy Ku'uleialoha Stillman ; Cibo Matto's Stereotype A : articulating Asian American hip pop / Jane C.H. Park --
pt. 4. Television. "Made to be the maid"? An examination of the Latina as maid in mainstream film and television / Rosa E. Soto ; The burden of history : representations of American Indian women in popular media / S. Elizabeth Bird ; The Eurasian female hero(ine) : Sydney Fox as relic hunter / Yasmin Jiwani ; The maddening business of show / Beretta E. Smith-Shomade.
|Responsibility:||edited by Alma M. Garcia.|
These articles by seasoned as well as new scholars cover in multiethnic, nuanced ways the role of popular culture for women of color in the United States. From television to film, music to media