[-empyre-] In response to Dr. Brock
everett at filmandmedia.ucsb.edu
Fri Apr 17 23:32:36 AEST 2015
Yes, Soraya, there are many more. Another important contribution, for
example, is George Lipsitz's book THE POSSESSIVE INVESTMENT IN
WHITENESS: HOW WHITE PEOPLE PROFIT FROM IDENTITY POLITICS. I want to
respond to my co-panelists' smart introductory remarks, which I will
do shortly. It is not easy for loquacious professors to be profound in
300 words or less. But, again, I will try, shortly.
On Thu, Apr 16, 2015 at 7:40 PM, Soraya Murray <semurray at ucsc.edu> wrote:
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> As I recall, there has been some significant work done on denaturalizing the category of "Whiteness" -- for example the excellent work done by Richard Dyer entitled White: Essays on Race and Culture (1997); Whiteness: A Wayward Construction by Tyler Stallings (2003?) and Nell Irvin Painter's provocative The History of White People. These are the ones that spring to mind immediately, though there are many more...
> Soraya Murray, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> Film + Digital Media Department
> University of California, Santa Cruz
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Anna Everett, Ph.D.
Department of Film and Media Studies
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