Write a dialogue from the perspective of some of the authors we have read. Have them debate and discuss the relationship between race, art, and politics, with specific references to the text. Choose 2-3 pieces of pop culture and have the authors discuss them, drawing on the ideas and topics we have read. How do the artists weave race / politics into the
art? How might some of the authors we’ve read respond to the artwork(s)? What themes or concepts
appear? Is the piece of pop culture is flawed in someway? What are its shortcomings? Cite the sources as well so make sure you put the page number of the text you find the dialogue in.
A good paper will demonstrate that you have read the material and understand the ideas; an excellent paper will show the command of these ideas.
The Authors we can Use are…. For example have diaglouge between Malcom AND hamilton regarding black power and what’s ie means now, etc and have them disagree.
Malcom X and the source “The autobiography of Malcolm x. Ballantine bOOKS, 2015″
Hamilton, Charles V., and Kwame Ture. Black power: The politics of liberation in America”
Conover, Pamela Johnston. 1988. “The Role of Social Groups in Political Thinking.” British
Journal of Political Science 18(1): 51-76.
Gay, Claudine. 2004. “Putting Race in Context: Identifying the Environmental Determinants of
Black Racial Attitudes.” American Political Science Review 98(4): 547-562.
Use these authors and make a dialogues about them about race, art and politics regarding these readings.
(Kwame Ture, Charles Hamilton, Vince Hutchings, Kimberle Crenshaw, and Timothy Lukes sit in a coffee shop discussing Beyonce’s Homecoming.)
Ture and Hamilton: Notice her use of the Black Panther party iconography. She is delivering a message of Black Power to her audience.
Lukes: It is indeed a powerful example of post-modernism! Art at its audience!
Crenshaw: Perhaps, but notice that she uses pink and yellow colors in her uniforms. She is being ironic by gendering the traditionally machismo look of the Black Panthers. This is an example of intersectionality. Beyonce’s message is not merely one of Black Power but of female Black Power.
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