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Title Race and hegemonic struggle in the United States : pop culture, politics, and protest / edited by Michael G. Lacy and Mary E. Triece.

Publication Info. Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014.


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Description 1 online resource.
Series The Fairleigh Dickinson University press series in communication studies
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press series in communication studies.
Summary "Race and Hegemonic Struggle in the United States : Pop Culture, Politics, and Protest is a collection of essays that draws on concepts developed by Antonio Gramsci to examine the imagining of race in popular culture productions, political discourses, and resistance rhetoric"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword: A moment of Blackness, and zombies / Eric King Watts -- Introduction: Gramsci, race, and communication studies / Mary E. Triece and Michael G. Lacy -- Part I. Race and popular culture -- Hegemony and disruption in film, television, and documentary / Mary E. Triece -- Racial shadows, threat, neoliberalism, and trauma : reading The book of Eli / Michael G. Lacy -- Bizarre foods : white privilege and the neocolonial palate / Casey Ryan Kelly -- Remembering radical Black dissent : traumatic counter-memories in contemporary documentaries about the Black power movement / Kristen Hoerl -- Part II. Race and politics -- Change vs. the "dead weight" of tradition in politics / Mary E. Triece -- The mother tongue as "back talk" : resisting racism in Congressional hearings / Mary E. Triece -- At the margins of the American political imagination : Black feminist politics and the racial politics of the new Democrats / Brittany Lewis -- The birthers : hegemony and the politics of postracial positionality / Evan Beaumont Center -- Part III. Race and resistance -- "Pessimism of the intelligence" and "optimism of the will" / Mary E. Triece -- Embodying unauthorized immigrants : counterhegemonic protest and the rhetorical power of the "material diatribe" / David W. Seitz -- Racing/sexing the rhetorical situation : Angela Davis's embodied contextual reconstruction / Linda Diane Horwitz and Catherine H. Palczewski -- The Black public intellectual of the Joshua generation : answering the Gramscian call / Anna M. Young -- About the contributors.
Note Print version record.
Subject Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937 -- Political and social views.
United States -- Race relations.
United States -- Race relations -- Political aspects.
Hegemony -- Social aspects -- United States.
African Americans -- Politics and government.
Popular culture -- United States.
Politics and culture -- United States.
Communication -- Political aspects -- United States.
Protest movements -- United States.
Government, Resistance to -- United States.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Lacey, Michael G., 1961-
Triece, Mary Eleanor, 1967-
Other Form: Print version: Race and hegemonic struggle in the United States 9781611477092 (DLC) 2014025733 (OCoLC)881208676
Standard No. 40024050197
ISBN 9781611477108 (electronic bk.)
1611477107 (electronic bk.)
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