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Black Looks: Race and Representation

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Dive into the profound world of "Black Looks: Race and Representation" where bell hooks offers a piercing critique of mainstream media and its portrayal of race and blackness. Published on October 29, 2014, this collection of critical essays challenges traditional perceptions and encourages a reevaluation of how African Americans are viewed in literature, music, television, and film. Hooks' insightful analysis aims to subvert the usual narratives surrounding black subjectivity and whiteness, urging a radical shift in the spectatorship of blackness. This book is an essential read for college students, scholars, and activists interested in racial justice, providing tools to dissect and understand racial representations in a deeper context. By engaging with these essays, readers are invited to question and transform the visual and narrative structures that shape our understanding of race and representation. "Black Looks" is not just a book but a call to action, inspiring critical reflection and proactive dialogue.
Published by Routledge on October 29, 2014
212 pages
ISBN: 9781138821552
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