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eBook The Color of Sex : Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy (New Americanists) ePub

by Mason Stokes

eBook The Color of Sex : Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy (New Americanists) ePub
Author: Mason Stokes
Language: English
ISBN: 0822326205
ISBN13: 978-0822326205
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (February 8, 2001)
Pages: 264
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 358
Formats: lrf mbr lit lrf
ePub file: 1701 kb
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In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality. Stokes examines a wide range of white-supremacist American texts written and produced between 1852 and 1915-literary romances, dime novels, religious and scientific tracts, film-and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality. Stokes examines a wide range of white-supremacist American texts written and produced between 1852 and 1915-literary romances, dime novels, religious and scientific tracts, film-and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire

The Color of Sex book. In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality.

The Color of Sex book.

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality. Stokes examines a wide range of white-supremacist American texts written and produced between 1852 and 1915-literary romances, dime novels, religious and scientific tracts, film-and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire

Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy. In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality

Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy. by Mason Stokes, Donald E. Pease. series New Americanists. Stokes examines a wide range of white-supremacist American texts written and produced between 1852 and 1915-literary romances, dime novels, religious and scientific tracts, film-and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire.

The Color of Sex: Whiteness, Heterosexuality, and the Fictions of White Supremacy. New York: Routledge, 2005. Department Chair Mason Stokes Professor of English mstokesmore. Durham: Duke UP, 2001. Articles and Essays: & Brutal, Indecent Spectacle’: Heterosexuality, Futurity, and Go Tell It on the Mountain. Modern Fiction Studies 62:2 (Summer 2016): 292-306. American Literary History 1. (2005): 171-182. Associate Chair Michael Marx Associate Professor of English mmarxmore. Administrative Assistant Theresa Knickerbocker tknickermore.

Reads white supremacist narratives in the context of Black and white literature at the turn of the century, with special attention to the interconnections between race and sexuality. The color of sex : whiteness, heterosexuality, and the fictions of white supremacy, Mason Stokes. Stokes, Mason Boyd author. Publication Information. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001.

The Color of Sex: Whiteness, Heterosexuality, & the Fictions of White Supremacy

The Color of Sex: Whiteness, Heterosexuality, & the Fictions of White Supremacy. This book investigates the responses of the emergent medical community to this problem, and concludes with a discussion of how the negative reception of the homosexual impacted the future social conception of gay men and women.

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality.

Unlike so many contemporary white American novelists, Purdy does . prolific writer, we will study different discourses on the body, notably on homosexuality, heterosexuality and the opposition between black and white bodies

Unlike so many contemporary white American novelists, Purdy does not ignore that part of the American population which is of African descent. prolific writer, we will study different discourses on the body, notably on homosexuality, heterosexuality and the opposition between black and white bodies. The second example constitutes an occasion for us to grasp the evolution of the semiosis of the body in a new period and with a specific writer who is Al Soyouté, a scholar of the sixteenth century.

In The Color of Sex Mason Stokes offers new ways of thinking about whiteness by exploring its surprisingly ambivalent partnership with heterosexuality. Stokes examines a wide range of white-supremacist American texts written and produced between 1852 and 1915—literary romances, dime novels, religious and scientific tracts, film—and exposes whiteness as a tangled network of racial and sexual desire. Stokes locates these white-supremacist texts amid the anti-racist efforts of African American writers and activists, deepening our understanding of both American and African American literary and cultural history. The Color of Sex reveals what happens when race and sexuality meet, when white desire encounters its own ambivalence. As Stokes argues, whiteness and heterosexuality exist in anxious relation to one another. Mutually invested in “the normal,” they support each other in their desperate insistence on the cultural logic of exclusion. At the same time, however, they threaten one another in their attempt to create and sustain a white future, since reproducing whiteness necessarily involves the risk of contamination Charting the curious movements of this “white heterosexuality,” The Color of Sex inaugurates a new moment in our ongoing attempt to understand the frenzied interplay of race and sexuality in America. As such, it will appeal to scholars interested in race theory, sexuality studies, and American history, culture, and literature.
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