Pariah and Black Independent Cinema Today: A Roundtable Discussion

@article{Keeling2015PariahAB,
  title={Pariah and Black Independent Cinema Today: A Roundtable Discussion},
  author={Kara K. Keeling and Kara Jennifer Yvonne Jacqueline Roya DeClue and Kara Jennifer Yvonne Jacqueline Roya Welbon and Kara Jennifer Yvonne Jacqueline Roya Stewart and K. Rastegar},
  journal={GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={423 - 439}
}
My first contribution as editor of Moving Image Review is a roundtable discussion sparked by the conversation in the United States surrounding the theatrical release of Dee Rees’s 2011 film Pariah. Organized as a session at the American Studies Association’s annual convention in 2012, the following is an edited transcript of what was presented there. Out of an interest in centering queer media making and scholarship within the broader sociocultural contexts to which they contribute, I asked the… Expand
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