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Black Popular Culture Discussions in Contemporary Culture No 8

Er an extraordinary array of critics scholars and cultural producers 30 essays explore and debate current directions in fil.

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The latest publication in the award winning Discussions in Contemporary Culture series Black Popular Culture gathers togeth.

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M television music writing and other cultural forms as created by or with the participation of black artists 30 illustratio.

  • Paperback
  • 373
  • Black Popular Culture Discussions in Contemporary Culture No 8
  • Michele Wallace
  • English
  • 28 February 2017
  • 9781565844599

About the Author: Michele Wallace

Michele Faith Wallace born January 4 1952 is a black feminist author cultural critic and daughter of artist Faith Ringgold She is best known for her 1979 book Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman Wallace's writings on literature art film and popular culture have been widely published and have made her a leader of African American intellectuals She is a Professor of English at the



2 thoughts on “Black Popular Culture Discussions in Contemporary Culture No 8

  1. says:

    Michelle Wallace did a masterful job putting together this text It covers theory the production of black popular culture independent visual culture and of course the fun of essentialism all written by some of the most int

  2. says:

    Some essays reveal their age but still a classic

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