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ISBN:
0813540275
Author:
David Marriott
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Rutgers University Press (March 26, 2007)
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312 pages
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InHaunted Life, David Marriott examines the complex interplay between racial fears and anxieties and the political-visual cultures of suspicion and state terror. He compels readers to consider how media technologies are "haunted" by the phantom of racial slavery. Год: 2007.

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Visual Culture and Black Modernity. Published May 15, 2007 by Rutgers.

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In Haunted Life, David Marriott examines the complex interplay between racial fears and anxieties and the political-visual cultures of suspicion and state terror.

Haunted Life: Visual Culture and Black Modernity. New Brunswick; London: Rutgers University Press, 2007. Moses, Wilson J. The Lost World of the Negro, 1895–1919: Black Literary and Intellectual Life before the ‘Renaissance. Black American Literature Forum 21, nos. 1–2 (Spring–Summer 1987): 61–84.

David Morgan is Professor of Religious Studies at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, with an additional appointment in Duke's Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies. Morgan served as the Chair in the Department of Religious Studies in Trinity College of Duke University from 2013-2016. He is the author of numerous books, including The Forge of Vision(2015), The Embodied Eye (2012), and The Sacred Gaze (2005).

In Haunted Life, David Marriott examines the complex interplay between racial fears and anxieties and the political-visual cultures of suspicion and state terror. He compels readers to consider how media technologies are "haunted" by the phantom of racial slavery. Through examples from film and television, modernist literature, and philosophy, he shows how the ideological image of a brutal African past is endlessly recycled and how this perpetuation of historical catastrophe stokes our nation's race-conscious paranoia.

Drawing on a range of comparative readings by writers, theorists, and filmmakers, including John Edgar Wideman, Frantz Fanon, Richard Wright, Issac Julien, Alain Locke, and Sidney Poitier, Haunted Life is a bold and original exploration of the legacies of black visual culture and the political, deeply sexualized violence that lies buried beneath it.