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Are you entertained? : Black popular culture in the twenty-first century

Title
Are you entertained? : Black popular culture in the twenty-first century / edited by Simone C. Drake and Dwan K. Henderson.
ISBN
1478009004
9781478009009
1478005173
1478006781
9781478005179
9781478006787
Publication
Durham : Duke University Press, 2020.
Physical Description
1 online resource (325 pages) : illustrations
Local Notes
Access is available to the Yale community.
Notes
Description based on print version record.
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Summary
"ARE YOU ENTERTAINED? re-examines Blackness in popular culture in the digital age. Inspired by Stuart Hall's essay "What is this 'Black' in Black popular culture?" this book contains essays and interviews which explore the complexities of Black popular culture with a focus on the history that has led to this point. Highlighting the challenge Black popular culture must negotiate as it contends with white consumerism and the white gaze, this book emphasizes the cultural changes of the last quarter century and their impacts. ARE YOU ENTERTAINED? covers both new and little known material, bridging the gap between early scholarship on Black popular culture and new scholarship. The collection offers a wide range of perspectives on aspects of popular culture across time period, medium and genre"-- Provided by publisher.
Variant and related titles
Black popular culture in the twenty-first century
Black popular culture in the 21st century
e-Duke books scholarly collection 2020.
Other formats
Print version: Are you entertained? Durham : Duke University Press, 2020
Format
Books / Online
Language
English
Added to Catalog
November 08, 2021
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Performing Blackness
"Mutts like me" : mixed-race jokes and post-racial rejection in the Obama era / Ralina L. Joseph
Black radio : Robert Glasper, Esperanza Spalding, and Janelle Monae? / Emily Lordi
Camping and vamping across borders : locating cabaret singers in the Black cultural spectrum / Vincent Stephens
The art of Black popular culture / Ike Okafor-Newsum
Interview: Lisa B. Thompson
Politicizing Blackness
"Refashioning political cartoons : comics of Jackie Ormes, 1938-1958" / Kelly Jo Fulkerson-Dikuua
Queer kinship and worldmaking in Black queer web series : Drama queenz and No shade / Eric Pritchard
Styling and profiling : ballers, Blackness, the sartorial Ppolitics of the NBA / David J. Leonard
Interview: Tracy Whiting-Sharpley
Owning Blackness
The subaltern is signifyin(g) : Black Twitter as a site of resistance / Sheneese Thompson
Authentic Black cool? : branding and trademarks in contemporary African American culture / Richard Schur
Black culture without Black people : hip hop and dance beyond appropriation discourse / Imani Johnson
At the corner of chaos & divine : Black ritual theater, performance and politics / Nina Angela Mercer
Interview: Mark Anthony Neal
Loving Blackness
The booty don't lie : pleasure, agency, and resistance in Black popular dance / Takiyah Nur Amin
He said nothing : sonic space and the production of quietude in Barry Jenkins' Moonlight / Simone Drake
Black women readers and the uses of urban fiction / Kinohi Nishikawa
Interview: Patricia Hill Collins.
Genre/Form
Electronic books.
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