World Records Vol. 3 Documenting Blackness at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

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Looking beyond visibility politics, we seek to trace historical negotiations by Black media makers. What terms of, and access to, the means of representation situate Black visualities within and against larger historical structures of power?

Editors \ Jason Fox and Mia Mask

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Softcover
8.5×11″
106 Pages
Published Winter 2020

World Records Vol 3. Documenting Blackness at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Table of Contents

Introduction: Documenting Blackness at the National Museum of African American History and Culture \ Jason Fox and Mia Mask

Conspiracies and Caretakers: Making Homes for African American Home Movies \ Ina Archer

Throwing Punches: The Athletic Aesthetics of Kevin Jerome Everson’s Filmmaking \ Jeff Scheible

Independents and Institutions: A Conversation with Stanley Nelson \ Jason Fox

Documentary Strain, Black Artists, and the Afrofuture: Terence Nance’s The Triptych \ Elizabeth Reich

Documentary Says Amen!: St. Clair Bourne and Black Liberation Theology \ Jon-Sesrie Goff

Discerning the Call: A Let the Church Say Amen! Corner \ Josslyn Luckett, Jon-Sesrie Goff, Reverend Alisha Gordon, and Sam Pollard

Ghosts and the Machine: When Documenting Past Black Life Haunts its Present \ Franklin Cason, Jr.

On the Collection \ Flashes of the Spirit: Images of Black Life as Spiritual Encounter \ Michele Prettyman

On the Collection \ Debbie Allen—Dancer \ Jessica Lynne

On the Collection \ #OscarsSoWhite and the Friends of the Black Oscar Nominees Award \ Lisa Kennedy

On the Collection \ Ways of Seeing African American Moving Images \ Rhea L. Combs

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Dimensions 8.5 × 11 × 1 in