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In his contribution to the conference he will draw on insights from critical criminology, his previous work on street culture and more recent explorations of the political significance of subcultural practice. He is an Alumnus Fellow of the W. He has published widely on African American film, literature and music. His most recent publications include an analysis of African American contributions to the literature of the American West, and critical engagements with the problems of black American cultural production in the age of New Jim Crow, focusing on the filmmaking practices of Spike Lee, Ice-T, Tyler Perry, and Ryan Coogler.
He is currently working on a critical biography of the African American artist-activist, Julian Mayfield.
Her research and writing focus on biocultural studies, ethics, law and literature. Keith Knight is one of America's most prolific cartoonists, penning three comic strips: The semi-autobiographical "the K Chronicles", the nationally-syndicated daily "the Knight Life", and the socio-political single-panel " th ink". He lives in Chapel Hill, NC.
Her research interests include figurational sociology particularly the concepts of Pierre Bourdieu and Norbert Elias , and African American literature and culture. Maus and James J.
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He specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century US art and culture, with a particular focus on the construction of gender and race. Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Struggle She is currently studying at the University of Paris — Diderot for the fall semester. Her research interests include nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, Afro-American Studies, feminist studies, visual studies, the Victorian Era, and Modernism.
Her current, second book project deals with the narrativity and visual representation of disasters with a special focus on the concept of the gaze and examines, for example, how ways of seeing impact evaluations of disasters, such as Katrina. For this fall semester, she is a guest professor at the University of Maryland. Pages Received 22 Aug Article Metrics Views. Article metrics information Disclaimer for citing articles. Login options Log in.
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