The Cinematic, The Black Femme, And The Image Of Common Sense
de Kara Keeling
Sobre o livro
Contends that cinema and cinematic processes had a profound significance for twentieth-century anti-capitalist Black liberation movements based in the United States. The author finds hidden within the histories and logics generated by US-based struggles against racism, sexism, and homophobia, the Black femme's invisible, affective labour.