Afro-American and African Diaspora Studies | African American Cinematic Experience
A330 | 30871 | Wall


Examines the historical and contemporary portrayals of African
Americans in Hollywood and in independent narrative film focusing on
the social and political functions of film, its legitimization of
race, and its oppositional formations, interventions, and practices.
Considers how film mediates and interrogates race and social
relations in American society.