1 edition of The performative sustainability of race found in the catalog.
The performative sustainability of race
Bryant Keith Alexander
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Bryant Keith Alexander|
|Series||Black studies and critical thinking, 1947-5985 -- v. 19|
|LC Classifications||E185.86 .A3793 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781433112843, 9781433112836, 9781453908242|
|LC Control Number||2012030092|
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Following the premise that race and the process of racialization is performative, this book is a critical examination of the performative sustainability of race, particularly blackness, through commentaries on White Studies, art depictions of African American culture in the rural south, educational and pedagogical contexts, dramatic and film representation, and the intersections of race and gender Book Edition: New Edition.
The Performative Sustainability of Race: Reflections on Black Culture and the Politics of Identity (Black Studies and Cr by Alexander, Bryant Keith List Price: $ Author Bryant Keith Alexander uses auto-ethnography in his book The Performative Sustainability of Race to examine the performance of acting White The performative sustainability of race book a Black, gay professor.
In the introductory section of the volume Alexander urges the reader to learn more of his story and. Author Bryant Keith Alexander uses auto-ethnography in his book The Performative Sustainability of Race to examine the performance of acting White as a Black, gay professor.
In the introductory section of the volume Alexander urges the reader to learn more of his story The performative sustainability of race book piques interest about the notion of performing in the concept of "whiteness" in The performative sustainability of race book his personal space and in academia.
In this chapter I consider how, through a Butlerian lens, race operates as a performative. As a performative, race can be understood as citations of discourses and norms. A racial performative Author: Charlotte Chadderton.
Black Skin/White Masks: The Performative Sustainability of Whiteness (With Apologies to Frantz Fanon) Bryant Keith Alexander Qualitative Inquiry 5, Cited by: The Performative Sustainability of Whiteness (With Apologies to Frantz Fanon) of performing race and culture while extending the notion of Whiteness, like Blackness, More important, my interest has deepened into what I construct as the performative sustainability of Whiteness.
In this chapter I consider how, through a Butlerian lens, race operates as a performative. As a performative, race can be understood as citations of discourses and norms.
A racial performative Author: Bryant Alexander. «'The Performative Sustainability of Race' represents a watershed moment in race and performance studies [ ] Alexander never lets the reader (or himself) off the hook, The performative sustainability of race book reminding us of the hermeneutical trap that race poses.
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Soyini Madison Northwestern University Pages Author: D. Soyini Madison. "'The Performative Sustainability of Race' represents a watershed moment in race and performance studies [ ] Alexander never lets the reader (or himself) off the hook, always reminding us of the hermeneutical trap that race poses.
In this shrewd and compelling book, Judith butler, the philosopher of Queer Theory and the performative theory of gender, takes up the thorniest problems of our day concerning the relation between speech and action, such as hate speech, pornography, and the military's policy that makes a The performative sustainability of race book of homosexuality a punishable act.
The public outcry against President Jacob Zuma’s labeling of black ownership of pet dogs as fundamentally “unAfrican” in and the academic debates around Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s proposal in for a 1% reparative wealth tax on whites is further evidence of the continued necessity of whiteness studies today, despite South Africa’s independence from a racist Afrikaner regime Cited by: 2.
The Performative The performative sustainability of race book of Race: Reflections on Black Culture and the Politics of Identity. In the Black Studies and Critical Thinking Book Series, Peter Lang. Black Studies and Critical Thinking is an interdisciplinary series which examines the intellectual traditions of and cultural contributions made by people of African descent throughout the world.
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Barack Obama Neoliberalism. Let us now consider what constitutes ‘race’ performativity before looking at the ‘race empire’ and how ‘race’ performativity can help us to theorise ‘race’ in the twenty-first century. Race performativity ‘“Race” is a social construct’ is somewhat of a twentieth-century by: 1.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The new performative worker is a promiscuous self, an enterprising self, with a passion for excellence. For some, this is an opportunity to make a success of themselves, for others it portends inner conflicts, inauthenticity and by: My “whitegirlness” is unsettled by this book, unsettling privilege being one of the best reasons for performative autoethnography.
My whitegirlness that feels the bones of systemic and familial racism, the whitegirl who knows she can and cannot avoid. the presence and absence of embodied race,Author: Tami Spry. Bethanne Patrick is the editor, most recently, of “The Books That Changed My Life: Reflections by Authors, Actors, Musicians and Other Remarkable People.” AD.
The Long, Unfortunate History of Racial Parody in America Art historian Gwendolyn Dubois Shaw discusses the painful performative originsAuthor: Gwendolyn Dubois Shaw. Books shelved as race-relations: The Help by Kathryn Stockett, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, Between the World an.
The performative component stresses the role of an atypical leader in constructing social identities, such as gender, race and sexuality, through their performative actions, which produce images.
Judith Butler, American academic whose theories of the performative nature of gender and sex were influential within Francocentric philosophy, cultural theory, queer theory, and some schools of philosophical feminism from the late 20th century.
Her best-known book is Gender Trouble (). He is the co-editor of Performance Theories in Education: Power, Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity (, Erlbaum), author of Performing Black Masculinity: Race, Culture, and Queer Identity (, Alta Mira), The Performative Sustainability of Race: Reflections on Black Culture and the Politics of Identity (, Lang), with a series of.
Book Description. Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage provides the first sustained reading of Restoration plays through a performance theory lens. This approach shows that an analysis of the conjoined performances of torture and race not only reveals the early modern interest in the nature of racial identity, but also how race was initially coded in a paradoxical fashion as.
Popularized by such best-selling authors as Michael Pollan, Barbara Kingsolver, and Eric Schlosser, a growing food movement urges us to support sustainable agriculture by eating fresh food produced on local family farms.
But many low-income neighborhoods and communities of color have been systematically deprived of access to healthy and sustainable food.
New directions in performative justice. Contestation over the unjust use and control of nature-based goods is increasing in everyday life with increased spatial regulation and appropriation of community and public commons through neoliberal government policies (Dredge and Jamal,Harvey, ).Cited by: 7.
Performance studies is an interdisciplinary field that studies performance and uses performance as a lens to study the world. The term performance is broad, and can include artistic and aesthetic performances like concerts, theatrical events, and performance art; sporting events; social, political and religious events like rituals, ceremonies, proclamations and public decisions; certain kinds.
The doctor/nurse’s utterance is a performative act that initiates and constitutes that infant’s way of being in the world. One could too hastily object that the infant is sexed and is therefore a girl. That objection elides the doctor/nurse’s performative utterance that collapses sex/gender into social identity formation.
Cultivating Food Justice: Race, Class, and Sustainability is the perfect anthology to pair with Anupama Joshi and Robert Gottliebs Food collection of case studies (mostly from anthropologists and sociologists) deepens our understanding of the ways that racial and class privileges are articulated in the local food movement/5.
I am pleased to present the seventh book in the Food, Health, and the Environment series. This series explores the global and local dimensions of food systems and examines issues of access, justice, and environmental and community well-being.
It includes books that focus on the way food is grown. As performance which is performative, gender is an 'act,' broadly construed, which constructs the social fiction of its own psychological interiority" ("Performative" ). Butler therefore understands gender to be "a corporeal style, an 'act,' as it were" ("Performative" ).
That style has no relation to essential "truths" about the body but. He is the co-editor of Performance Theories in Education: Power, Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity (, Erlbaum), author of Performing Black Masculinity: Race, Culture, and Queer Identity (, Alta Mira), and The Performative Sustainability of Race: Reflections on Black Culture and the Politics of Identity (, Lang) with a range of.
Performativity is a concept that can be thought of as a language which functions as a form of social action and has the effect of change.
The concept has multiple applications in diverse fields such as anthropology, social and cultural geography, economics, gender studies (social construction of gender), law, linguistics, performance studies, history, and philosophy.
Book Description: Protestors across the world use aesthetics in order to communicate their ideas and ensure their voices are heard. This book looks at protest aesthetics, which we consider to be the visual and performative elements of protest, such as images, symbols, graffiti, art, as well as the choreography of protest actions in public spaces.
‘race’ and racism for a more effective antiracism. Critical Race Theory will also be used to explore the ideas that underpin considerations of the severity of racist behaviour and the implications for antiracism. Background In this paper critical race theory (CRT) is introduced as an important theoretical tool for antiracists in Size: KB.
The green economy is an important new national platform to ensure that everyone, regardless of neighborhood, race, or income, shares a clean and healthy environment while participating in. This performative article uses the trope of “passing” as reference to crossing racial identity borders as well as to intra/interracial issues of identity and authenticity.
Passing is constructed as a performative accomplishment and assessment by both the group claimed and the group by:. Pdf with Things Material Culture and the Performance of Race Robin Bernstein Figure 1.
A woman poses with caricature at the Hotel Exposition in New York’s Grand Central Palace, circa Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.COMM Gender, Race and Power. 3 Hours. Examines how communication shapes gender, race, sexuality, and power.
Rather than focusing exclusively on interpersonal communication, this course looks at theories of power that shape institutional macro communication. Prerequisite: COMM (Typically offered: Irregular). Alexander, Bryant Keith. The performative sustainability of race: reflections on black ebook and the politics of identity.
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