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Race and cultural practice in popular culture

Author: Domino Renee Perez; Rachel Valentina Gonzalez
Publisher: New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, [2018]
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Race and Cultural Practice in Popular Culture is an innovative work that freshly approaches the concept of race as a social factor made concrete in popular forms, such as film, television, and music. The essays collectively push past the reaffirmation of static conceptions of identity, authenticity, or conventional interpretations of stereotypes and bridge the intertextual gap between theories of community enactment  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Race and cultural practice in popular culture.
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, [2018]
(DLC) 2018006160
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Domino Renee Perez; Rachel Valentina Gonzalez
ISBN: 1978801343 9781978801349
OCLC Number: 1100946798
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Frontmatter --
Contents --
Foreword: Assembling an Intersectional Pop Cultura Analytical Lens / Aldama, Frederick Luis --
Introduction: Re-imagining Critical Approaches to Folklore and Popular Culture / Perez, Domino Renee / González-Martin, Rachel --
Part I. Visualizing Race --
1. A Thousand "Lines of Flight": Collective Individuation and Racial Identity in Netflix's Orange Is the New Black and Sense8 / Hsu, Ruth Y. --
2. Performing Cherokee Masculinity in The Doe Boy / Romero, Channette --
3. Truth, Justice, and the Mexican Way: Lucha Libre, Film, and Nationalism in Mexico / Wilke, James --
4. Native American Irony: Survivance and the Subversion of Ethnography / Vizenor, Gerald --
Part II. Sounding Race --
5. (Re)imagining Indigenous Popular Culture / Martínez-Rivera, Mintzi Auanda --
6. My Tongue Is Divided into Two / Cadaval, Olivia / Avilés, Quique --
7. Performing Nation Diva Style in Lila Downs and Astrid Hadad's La Tequilera / Dwyer, K. Angelique --
8. (Dis)identifying with Shakira's "Global Body": A Path toward Rhythmic Affiliations beyond the Dichotomous Nation/Diaspora / Gutiérrez López, Daniela --
9. Voicing the Occult in Chicana/o Culture and Hybridity: Prayers and the Cholo-Goth Aesthetic / Anguiano, José G. --
Part III. Racialization in Place --
10. Ugly Brown Bodies: Queering Desire in Machete / Guidotti-Hernández, Nicole M. --
11. "Bitch, how'd you make it this far?": Strategic Enactments of White Femininity in The Walking Dead / Guzmán, Jaime / Alvarado Uchima, Raisa --
12. Bridge and Tunnel: Transcultural Border Crossings in The Bridge and Sicario / Brousseau, Marcel --
13. Red Land, White Power, Blue Sky: Settler Colonialism and Indigeneity in Breaking Bad / Cox, James H. --
Acknowledgments --
Notes on Contributors --
Index
Responsibility: edited by Domino Renee Perez and Rachel Gonzalez-Martin.

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Race and Cultural Practice in Popular Culture is an innovative work that freshly approaches the concept of race as a social factor made concrete in popular forms, such as film, television, and music. The essays collectively push past the reaffirmation of static conceptions of identity, authenticity, or conventional interpretations of stereotypes and bridge the intertextual gap between theories of community enactment and cultural representation. The book also draws together and melds otherwise isolated academic theories and methodologies in order to focus on race as an ideological reality and a process that continues to impact lives despite allegations that we live in a post-racial America. The collection is separated into three parts: Visualizing Race (Representational Media), Sounding Race (Soundscape), and Racialization in Place (Theory), each of which considers visual, audio, and geographic sites of racial representations respectively.

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