Still Hanging: Using Performance Texts to Deconstruct Racism (Personal/Public Scholarship #11) (Paperback)

Still Hanging: Using Performance Texts to Deconstruct Racism (Personal/Public Scholarship #11) By Bryant Keith Alexander, Mary E. Weems Cover Image

Still Hanging: Using Performance Texts to Deconstruct Racism (Personal/Public Scholarship #11) (Paperback)

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Still Hanging: Using Performance Texts to Deconstruct Racism provides a variety of performance texts of different lengths, powerful imagery, recognizable situations, discussion questions and a "Racism and AntiRacism Bibliography" for students, faculty and others interested in deconstructing racism and constructing an anti-racist perspective.
Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D. (1998), is Professor and Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts, Loyola Marymount University. He is author of Performing Black Masculinity (Alta Mira, 2006), and The Performative Sustainability of Race (Peter Lang, 2012). Mary E. Weems, M.A., Ph.D. (2001), is an Independent Scholar, imagination-intellect theorist, poet and author. Recent books include Blackeyed: Plays and Monologues (Sense, 2015) and Writings of Healing and Resistance: Empathy and the Imagination-Intellect (Peter Lang, 2013).
Product Details ISBN: 9789004464834
ISBN-10: 9004464832
Publisher: Brill
Publication Date: April 30th, 2021
Pages: 206
Language: English
Series: Personal/Public Scholarship