Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Carol E. Henderson.|
|Contributions||Henderson, Carol E., 1964-|
|LC Classifications||PS217.B55 A64 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009006783|
In Scarring the Black Body, Carol E. Henderson analyzes the cultural and historical implications of scarring in a number of African American texts that feature the trope of the scar, including works by Sherley Anne Williams, Toni Morrison, Ann Petry, Ralph Ellison, and Richard by: In , this groundbreaking book made a powerful entrance into the national conversation on race. In a media landscape dominated by racially biased images of welfare queens and crack babies, Killing the Black Body exposed America’s systemic abuse of Black women’s bodies. The Observer Society books Ta-Nehisi Coates: 'In America, it is traditional to destroy the black body' In this edited extract from his new book, acclaimed writer Ta-Nehisi Coates . This collection of essays on the Black Body provides a pretty hip introduction to key themes in body/identity politics. What I like the most about this book is that most of the contributers speak in a language that is everyday, yet extremely creative/5(10).
Black is the body of the stories I tell." And the storytelling, and the mystery of Bernard's storytelling, of getting to the truth, begins with a stabbing in a New England college town. Coates examines the interior, entering the Black body, his own Black body and the Black bodies gathered all around. Rather than direct the reader’s gaze outward, onto the capricious landscape that Black bodies traverse every day, Coates insists the reader peer instead into the Black body moving through each changing, unpredictable scene. Its creation was an intimate act, and Coates’s decision to publish the book—as America begins to confront the mundane brutality the country visits on percent of her citizenry—reads as a. Coates deals extensively with the theme of black bodies, arguing that “the question of how one should live within a black body is the question of life.” He shows how racism operates through the control, manipulation, and exploitation of black bodies and the resulting fragility of black bodies within a .
“Killing the Black Body,” published in , chronicles the war against black reproduction, from slavery to present day. The chattel property of their masters, enslaved black women were valuable for their reproductive labor and had no legal right to control it. Brief Description:Reprint. Originally published: Pantheon Description:"Originally published in a slightly different form in hardcover in the United States by Pantheon Books, a divisio. A black body or blackbody is an idealized physical body that absorbs all incident electromagnetic radiation, regardless of frequency or angle of name "black body" is given because it absorbs radiation in all frequencies, not because it only absorbs: a black body can emit black-body the contrary, a white body is one with a "rough surface that reflects all incident. Fear and the Black Body. The heart-wrenching conflict between police and black America, and how mindfulness offers a solution for fostering understanding and inviting transformation. By Marisela Gomez and Richard Goerling; Septem ; Well-Being; mariesacha/Adobe Stock.