Appropriating Blackness: Performance and the Politics of Authenticity | Communication Studies

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Appropriating Blackness: Performance and the Politics of Authenticity

Author/Editor(s): 
Johnson, E. Patrick
Publication Location & Press: 
Duke University Press
Library of Congress Number: 
E185.625 .J64 2003
Publication Status: 
Available
Study Area: 
Rhetoric and Culture
Keywords: 
Post-Racial, Obama, Racism, Media, Popular Culture
Associated Classes: 
5840
ISBN 13: 
9780822331919
Availability at Other Locations: 
Willis, 3rd Floor
Number of Copies in Library: 
1

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