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February 2002, Week 4


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David Skreiner <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 27 Feb 2002 10:23:45 GMT
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You might be interested in the anthology
„Studying Culture: An Introductory Reader“
by Ann Gray, Jim McGuigan (eds.), Edward Arnold
ISBN: 0340676884

Some of the possibly relevant texts:
Kobena Mercer: „Just looking for trouble – Robert
Maplethorpe and fantasies of race“.
Edward Said: „Orientalism“ (excerpt)
Paul Gilroy, „Black and White on the Dancefloor“
Marie Gillespie: „Technology and Tradition – audio-
visual culture among South Asian families in West London“

The book is available at – they have about
a dozen sample pages including the complete table of contents.

Ann Gray, one of the book's editors, can be found at

Dave Skreiner

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Am 26.02.02, 19:49:47, schrieb jane park <[log in to unmask]> zum
Thema query:

> Hello,
> I was wondering if anyone could lead me to articles and/or books dealing
> with race and performance in popular media (specifically, how race gets
> performed through visual tropes and aesthetic styles). Also,  general
> literature dealing with race and ethnicity in mainstream science fiction
> films. I'm particularly interested in work that has been done (if any) on
> these issues as they might relate to the construction or appropriation of
> Asian or Asian American identity.
> Thanks,
> Jane

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