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The birth of whiteness : race and the emergence of U.S. cinema, edited by Daniel Bernardi

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The birth of whiteness : race and the emergence of U.S. cinema
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The birth of whiteness
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race and the emergence of U.S. cinema
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edited by Daniel Bernardi
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eng
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illustrations
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PN1995.9.M56
LC item number
B57 1996
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non fiction
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bibliography
The birth of whiteness : race and the emergence of U.S. cinema, edited by Daniel Bernardi
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [355]-362) and index
Contents
  • The Voice of whiteness: D.W. Griffith's biograph films (1908-1913)
  • Daniel Bernardi
  • The Family on the land: race and nationhood in silent westerns
  • Virginia Wright Wexman
  • Race and the reception of Jack Johnson fight films
  • Dan Streible
  • Birth of the southwest: social protest, tourism, and D.W. Griffith's Ramona
  • Chon A. Noriega
  • The Undoing of the Other woman: Madame Butterfly in the discourse of American orientalism
  • Nick Browne
  • The Re-birth of the aesthetic in cinema
  • Tragic and transcendent love in The Forbidden city
  • Gina Marchetti
  • The Revenge of rain-in-the-face? or, Custers and Indians on the silent screen
  • Roberta E. Pearson
  • Robert Flaherty's Nanook of the North: the politics of taxidermy and romantic ethnography
  • Fatimah Tobing Rony
  • Touring the orient with Lafcadio Hearn and Cecil B. DeMille: highbrow versus lowbrow in a consumer culture
  • Sumiko Higashi
  • Clyde Taylor
  • The Making of The Birth of a race: the emerging politics of identity in silent movies
  • Thomas Cripps
  • Identity and betrayal: The Symbol of the unconquered and Oscar Micheaux's 'Biographical legend'
  • Pearl Bowser and Louise Spence
  • The Accepted idea displaced: stereotype and Sessue Hayakawa
  • Donald Kirihara
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24 cm.
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Extent
viii, 378 p.
Isbn
9780813522753
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(cloth : alk. paper)
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95052727
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ill.

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