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Haunted heritage: History, memory, and violence in the drama of August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks
Ghosts, specters, and spirits visit frequently the pages of African American literature. In Haunted Heritage: History, Memory, and Violence in the Drama of August Wilson and Suzan-Lori Parks I examine the question of ...
James Blue, Buffalo and the complex urban documentary
James Blue, Buffalo and the Complex Urban Documentary is a study of the life and achievements of the documentary filmmaker James Blue, particularly during his years in Buffalo, where he taught at the State University of ...
'Racing the screen: Race and hegemony in African American television
Race is represented, constructed, and negotiated on television just as it is in the texts of more traditional literature. In the course of the cultural struggle for access to the expressive spaces that are television shows, ...
Sublime responsibilities: Form as ethic
This dissertation addresses the formal value of works of art (poetry, visual art, film, and music) in terms of ethical concepts after Emmanuel Levinas, Martin Heidegger, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, Frederick Nietzsche ...