Black Women and the Changing Television Landscape (Paperback)

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Black Women and the Changing Television Landscape (Paperback)

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Black women's work in television has been, since the beginning, a negotiation. Black Women and the Changing Television Landscape explores the steps black women, as actors, directors, and producers, have taken to improve representations of black people on the small screen. Beginning with The Beulah Show, Anderson articulates the interrelationship between US culture and the televisual, demonstrating the conditions under which black women particularly, and black people generally, exist in popular culture.
Lisa M. Anderson is an associate professor of women and gender studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University, USA. She is the author of Black Feminism in Contemporary Drama (2008) and Mammies No More: The Changing Image of Black Women on Stage and Screen (1998). Her research interests include Black feminist speculative fiction and black queer and trans representations.
Product Details ISBN: 9781501393631
ISBN-10: 1501393634
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication Date: May 18th, 2023
Pages: 176
Language: English