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The racial imaginary of the Cold War kitchen : from Sokolʹniki Park to Chicago's South Side

Author: Kate A Baldwin
Publisher: Hanover, New Hampshire : Dartmouth College Press, 2015.
Series: Re-mapping the transnational : a Dartmouth series in American studies
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"A study of the ways in which the kitchen was used as a recurring motif in the ideological and propaganda battles of the Cold War, particularly in regard to issues of feminism and race"--Provided by publisher.
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Baldwin, Kate A.
Racial imaginary of the Cold War kitchen.
Hanover, New Hampshire : Dartmouth College Press, 2015
(DLC) 2015030775
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kate A Baldwin
ISBN: 9781611688641 1611688647
OCLC Number: 930508833
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: Cold War, hot kitchen --
Envy and other warm guns : Ray and Charles Eames at the American National Exhibition in Moscow --
Reframing the Cold War kitchen : Sylvia Plath, Byt, and the radical imaginary of The bell jar --
Alice Childress, Natalya Baranskaya, and the conditions of Cold War womanhood --
Lorraine Hansberry and the social life of emotions --
Selling the homeland : Silk Stockings, stilyagi, and style --
Epilogue: A kitchen in history.
Series Title: Re-mapping the transnational : a Dartmouth series in American studies
Responsibility: Kate A. Baldwin.

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In the televised Cold War kitchen debate between Nikita Khrushchev and Richard Nixon in 1959, women were represented only by their radical absence, removed from the very places where gendered, Read more...

 
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