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Staging whiteness

by Mary F. Brewer

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Published by Wesleyan University Press in Middletown, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Whites in literature,
  • English drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Human skin color in literature,
  • Ethnicity in literature,
  • Race in literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMary F. Brewer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS338.W45 B74 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3392996M
    ISBN 100819567698, 0819567701
    LC Control Number2005002775

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Staging Blackness and Performing Whiteness in Eighteenth-Century German Drama bookAuthor: Wendy Sutherland. Focusing on eighteenth-century cultural productions, Wendy Sutherland examines how representations of race in philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics, drama, and court painting influenced the construction of a white bourgeois German self.

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STAGING WHITENESS / 47 a new reading of the postmodern, as Cesaire, Lamming and others compelled new readings of The Tempest.' My argument goes beyond the culturalist one that postmod-ernism gets acculturated heterogeneously.

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In Staging Whiteness, Mary Brewer examines the social history and cultural develop-ments of race in conjunction with British and U.S. theatrical productions in the 20th century, presenting the theater as a “site of ideological struggle” within which Whiteness has been constructed and valorized.

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Mary F. Brewer’s Staging Whiteness () and Marvin McAllister’s Whiting Up: Whiteface Minstrels and Stage Europeans in African American Performance (), [End Page ] relatively recent tomes on whiteness and whiteface from minstrelsy through 20th-century theatre and popular performance, are foundational texts for Carpenter’s : Tara Aisha Willis.

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A book accompanied the exhibition, which included my essay that is reprinted in this column for Artbound. of slavery, of an "Africanism, deployed as rawness and savagery, that provided the staging ground and arena for the elaboration of the quintessential American identity" of Author: Tyler Stallings.Book Description: Coloring Whitenesspays homage to the ways that African American artists and performers have interrogated tropes and mythologies of whiteness to reveal racial inequalities, focusing on comedy sketches, street theater, visual art, video, TV journalism, and voice-over work since By investigating enactments of whiteness-from the use of white makeup and.

Coloring Whiteness pays homage to the ways that African American artists and performers have interrogated tropes and mythologies of whiteness to reveal racial inequalities, focusing on comedy sketches, street theater, visual art, video, TV journalism, and voice-over work since By investigating enactments of whiteness—from the use of white makeup and Pages: