Black Film British Cinema II

Black Film British Cinema II

Edited by Clive Nwonka and Anamik Saha

The politics of race in British screen culture over the last thirty years, considered in the context of institutional, textual, cultural and political shifts.

Distributed for Goldsmiths Press

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Summary

The politics of race in British screen culture over the last thirty years, considered in the context of institutional, textual, cultural and political shifts.

This book considers the politics of race in British screen culture over the last thirty years, addressing the institutional, textual, cultural, and political shifts that have occurred during this period. An edited collection of essays by Bidisha, Ashley Clark, Shelley Cobb, James Harvey, Melanie Hoyes, Maryam Jameela, Kara Keeling, Oslem Koskal, Rabz Lansiquot, Sarita Malik, Richard Martin, So Mayer, Alessandra Raengo, Richard T. Rodríguez, Tess S. Skadegård Thorsen, Natalie Wreyford, it offers a diverse range of responses from emerging and established scholars and practitioners. They explore these topics through the optic of film, TV, moving image, and from the perspectives of media and communications, sociology, politics, and cultural studies.

Contributors

Bidisha, Ashley Clark, Shelley Cobb, James Harvey, Melanie Hoyes, Maryam Jameela, Kara Keeling, Oslem Koskal, Rabz Lansiquot, Sarita Malik, Richard Martin, So Mayer, Alessandra Raengo, Richard T. Rodríguez, Tess S. Skadegård Thorsen, Natalie Wreyford

Paperback

$30.00 T ISBN: 9781912685639 256 pp. | 6 in x 9 in 20 b&w illus.

Editors

Clive Nwonka

Clive James Nwonka is a Research Fellow in Film Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Anamik Saha

Anamik Saha is a Lecturer in the Department of Media and Communications and Co-convenor of the MA in Race, Media and Social Justice at Goldsmiths, University of London.