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No We Can't!: Postracialism and the Popular Appearance of a Rhetorical Fiction
This article explores the idea of “postracialism” as it circulated during the candidacy and election of President Barack Obama. Treating postracialism as a visual discourse, I recount a history ofExpand
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Development of mobile sensors for estimation of grain qualities and contaminants to enhance nutrition and safety of grain-products in developing countries; current status
The governments of several developing countries responded to their population “malnutrition crisis” (P.Webb et al., 2018), among others, by promotion of crops of high nutritional value and theirExpand
Directed by Himself: Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave
Despite the long and varied history of slavery representations on US screens, scholars and viewers alike continue to ask questions about historical veracity in these cultural productions. AlthoughExpand
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“A Peculiarly ‘Ocular’ Institution”
Picture Freedom: Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century
Contents Acknowledgments ix Introduction: Parlor Fantasies, Parlor Nightmares 1 1 "A Peculiarly 'Ocular' Institution" 28 2 Optics of Respectability: Women, Vision, and the Black Private Sphere 66 3Expand
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“Look! A Negress”