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Dark Designs and Visual Culture brings the scope of her career and thought into sharp focus. Dark Designs and Visual Culture. Michele Wallace. Michele Wallace burst into public consciousness with the publication of Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman , a pioneering critique of the misogyny of the Black Power movement and the effects of racism and sexism on black women.
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Dark Designs and Visual Culture. Since then, Wallace has produced an extraordinary body of journalism and criticism engaging with popular culture and gender and racial politics. This collection brings together more than fifty of the articles she has written over the past fifteen years.
Included alongside many of her best-known pieces are previously unpublished essays as well as interviews conducted with Wallace about her work. Dark Designs and Visual Culture charts the development of a singular, pathbreaking black feminist consciousness.
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Add to cart. Open Access. Request a desk or exam copy. Table of Contents Back to Top. Acknowledgments xi Introduction 1 Part I. The Autobiographical: through 1.
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Whose Town? Questioning Community and Identity 81 2. Places I've Lived 85 3. Engaging and Escaping in 88 4. Censorship and Self-Censorship 6. An Interview Part II. Mass Culture and Popular Journalism 7. Watching Arsenio 8. Storytellers: The Thomas-Hill Affair Talking about the Gulf Beyond assimilation For whom the bell tolls : why Americans can't deal with black feminist intellectuals Miracle in East New York Pt.
New York postmodernism and slack cultural studies Black feminist criticism : a politics of location and Beloved Why are there no great black artists? High mass Symposium on political correctness The culture war within the culture wars Boyz N the hood and Jungle fever Pt.
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Multiculturalism in the arts Race, gender, and psychoanalysis in Forties films Multicultural blues : an interview with Michele Wallace Multiculturalism and oppositionality Black women in popular culture : from stereotype to heroine The search for the good enough mammy : multiculturalism, popular culture, and psychoanalysis Pt.
Henry Louis Gates and African American poststructuralism Henry Louis Gates : a race man and a scholar If you can't join 'em, beat 'em : Stanley Crouch and Shaharazad Ali Let's get serious : marching with the million Out of step with the million man March Neither fish nor fowl : the crisis of African American gender relations The problem with black masculinity and celebrity The fame game Skip Gates's Africa Pt. Queer theory and visual culture Defacing history When dream girls grow old The French collection Modernism, postmodernism, and the problem of the visual in Afro-American culture A Fierce flame : Marlon Riggs Questions on feminism Feminism, race, and the division of labor Doin' the right thing : ten years after She's gotta have it The gap alternative