6 edition of Race and masculinity in contemporary American prison narratives found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Series||Studies in African American history & culture, Studies in African American history and culture.|
|LC Classifications||PS366.P75 E38 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005011571|
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: Race and Masculinity in Contemporary American Prison Novels (Studies in African American History and Culture) (): Ek, Auli: BooksPrice: $ This book offers an interdisciplinary analysis of how contemporary American prison narratives reflect and produce ideologies of masculinity in the United States, and in so doing, compellingly engages popular culture in order to demonstrate the profound ways in which implicit understandings of Price: $ 1st Edition Published on May 1, by Routledge This book offers an interdisciplinary analysis of how contemporary American prison narratives reflect and prod Race Race and masculinity in contemporary American prison narratives book Masculinity in Contemporary American Prison Novels - 1st Edit.
Analyzes how American prison narratives reflect and produce ideologies of masculinity in the United States. This book puts various subgenres of prison narratives into a dialogue in order to demonstrate a Race and masculinity in contemporary American prison narratives book dichotomy in the institutional and public discourses of criminality.
This book offers an interdisciplinary analysis of how contemporary American prison narratives reflect and produce ideologies of masculinity in the United States. Prison narratives provide an exceptional Race and masculinity in contemporary American prison narratives book for the study of minority positions or discourses of otherness in U.S.
culture. Particularly in the discourses of the U.S. criminal justice system, politics, and the visual media, criminals are represented as the other, from the perspectives of race.
In Prisons, Race, and Masculinity, Peter Caster demonstrates the centrality of imprisonment in American culture, illustrating how incarceration, an institution inseparable from race, has shaped and continues to shape U.S. history and literature in the starkest expression of what W.
DuBois famously termed “the problem of the color line.” A prison official in declared that it was Author: Peter Caster. Unmasking the myths of democracy in the United States: Narratives of minority race and rights in twentieth century literature and jurisprudence: Valentino, Gina: Saved by zero: Trauma, literature, and mobility in the new economy Race and masculinity in contemporary American prison narratives: Wietzel, Eric James: Stein and.
Representing Prison Rape: Race, Masculinity, and Incarceration in Donald Goines’s White Man’s Justice, Black Man’s Grief Andrew Sargent MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U.S., Vol Number 3, Fallpp. (Article) Published by MELUS: The Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States.
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Her publications include Race and Masculinity in Contemporary American Prison Narratives (Routledge, ). Bio: Auli Ek teaches Writing 2 (Academic Writing) and Writing 50 (Writing and the Research Process), Business Writing, Professional Writing for Global Careers, and Legal Writing.
Her teaching and research interests include Writing Studies, writing pedagogy, US cultures, and social. This book explores the frightening ways our prisons mirror the worst aspects of society-wide gender relations.
It is part of the growing research on men and masculinities. The collection is unusual in that it combines contributions from activists, academics, and prisoners. The opening section, which features an essay by Angela Davis, focuses on the historical roots of the prison system.
Masculinities in Contemporary American Culture offers readers a multidisciplinary, intersectional overview of masculinity studies that includes both theoretical and applied lenses. Keith combines current research with historical perspectives to demonstrate the contexts in which masculine identities have come evolved.
With an emphasis on popular culture -- particularly film, TV, video. “Prisons, Race, and Masculinity in Twentieth-Century U.S.
Literature and Film is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the centrality of the prison system to American culture.
Through skillful analysis of literature and film, Caster shows how our collective imagination of incarceration shapes the way prisoners are seen by politicians, the general public, and even corrections officials. Race and Masculinity in Contemporary American Prison Novels by Auli Ek and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In this dissertation, I consider the relationship between the rhetoric of conversion that informs the American prison system and the pervasive use of the conversion narrative in the life writing of American prisoners.
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