Invisibility blues: from pop to theory

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Verso, 1990 - Art - 267 pages
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In the shifting and conflicting currents of recent cultural criticism and theory, no space is more ambiguous or difficult to define that that of black feminism. In ths new book, Michele Wallace posses the questions that an emergent black feminist theory must answer.

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In these 24 essays, written from 1972 to 1990, the author aims to "comprehend the high visibility '' of black women in American culture "together with their almost total lack of voice . '' This ... Read full review


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