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Title I am not your Negro : a docalogue / edited by Jaimie Baron and Kristen Fuhs.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
©2021

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Description 1 online resource (ix, 100 pages) : illustrations.
Series Docalogue
Docalogue.
Note "Routledge Focus" -- taken from front cover.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Jaimie Baron is Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of Alberta. She is the author of The Archive Effect: Found Footage and the Audiovisual Experience of History (2014) and Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (2020) as well as many journal articles and book chapters. She is also the founder, director, and co-curator of the Festival of (In)appropriation, a yearly international festival of short experimental found footage films and videos. Kristen Fuhs is Associate Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Communication at Woodbury University. She writes about documentary film, the American criminal justice system, and contemporary celebrity, and her work has appeared in journals such as Cultural Studies; the Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television; and the Journal of Sport & Social Issues.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 08, 2020).
Subject I am not your negro (Motion picture)
United States -- Race relations.
Documentary films -- United States.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Racism -- United States.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.
United States.
1900-1999
Genre History.
Contents I Am Not Your Negro's queer poetics of identity and omission / Courtney R. Baker -- James Baldwin's embodied absence: I Am Not Your Negro and filmic corporeality / Laura Rascaroli -- "Some one of us should have been there with her": gender, race, and sexuality in I Am Not Your Negro and contemporary Black experimental documentary / Ellen C. Scott -- James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket (1989) and I Am Not Your Negro (2016) as historicist documentaries / Stephen Casmier -- Techniques for truth-telling from Haitian Corner to I Am Not Your Negro / Toni Pressley-Sanon
Summary "As the inaugural volume in the Docalogue series, this book models a new form for the discussion of documentary film. James Baldwin's writing is intensely relevant to contemporary politics and culture, and Peck's strategies for representing him and conveying his work in I Am Not Your Negro (2016) raise important questions about how documentary can bring the work of a complex thinker like Baldwin to a broader public. By combining five distinct perspectives on a single documentary film, this book offers different critical approaches to the same media object, acting both as an intensive scholarly treatment of a film and as a guide for how to analyse, theorize, and contextualize a documentary. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as scholars of film and media studies, communication studies, African American Studies, and gender and sexuality studies will find this book extremely useful in understanding the significance of this film and the ways in which it offers insight into not only Baldwin and his writings but also wider historical and contemporary realities"-- Provided by publisher
Other Author Baron, Jaimie, editor.
Fuhs, Kristen, editor.
Other Title Print version: I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO. [Place of publication not identified] ROUTLEDGE, 2020 036717894X