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bell hooks crosses boundaries in major debates on postmodern theory, cultural criticism, and the politics of race and gender. She warns that "discourse" about "difference" is dangerously detachable from more essential struggles.
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Born in Kentucky, bell hooks is the author of Ain't I A Woman: Black Women and Feminism; Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center; and Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black.Review:
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"For hooks, radical cultural criticism is rooted in a commitment to black liberation struggle. She examines representations of black people and black life in literature and popular culture to understand how such representations enhance and undermine the capacity of African-Americans to determine their own fate. She focuses, in particular, on the ways in which such representations work to either enslave or liberate blacks, reinforce or challenge racism in whites, and sustain or subvert white supremacy. She also remains critical of the ways in which both women's liberation and black liberation continue to be practiced as if black women did not exist." ―Clifford L. Staples, Postmodern Culture (1992)
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Book Description South End Press, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0896083861