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245 00 Black Matrilineage, Photography, and Representation :
       |bAnother Way of Knowing /|cedited by Lesly Deschler 
       Canossi and Zoraida Lopez-Diago. 
264  1 Leuven :|bLeuven University Press,|c2022 
264  3 Baltimore, Md. :|bProject MUSE,|c0000 
264  4 |c2022 
300    1 online resource (1 EPUB unpaged) 
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520    Black Matrilineage, Photography, and Representation 
       questions how the Black female body, specifically the 
       Black maternal body, navigates interlocking structures 
       that place a false narrative on her body and that of her 
       maternal ancestors. Drawing on a wide range of scholarly 
       inquiry and contemporary art, this book addresses these 
       misconceptions and fills in the gaps that exist in the 
       photographic representation of Black motherhood, mothering,
       and mutual care within Black communities. The essays and 
       interviews, paired with a curated selection of images, 
       address the complicated relationship between Blackness and
       photography and in particular its gendered dimension, its 
       relationship to health, sexuality, and digital culture -- 
       primarily in the context of racialized heteronormativity. 
       This collection, then, challenges racist images and 
       discourses, both historically and in its persistence in 
       contemporary society, while reclaiming the innate 
       brilliance of Black women through personal stories, 
       history, political acts, connections to place, moments of 
       pleasure, and communal celebration. This visual 
       exploration of Black motherhood through pictures made by 
       Black woman--identifying photographers thus serves as a 
       reflection of the past and a portal to the future and 
       contributes to recent scholarship on the complexity of 
       Black life and Black joy. This book emerges from the 
       project Women Picturing Revolution. For more information, 
588    Description based on print version record. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
650  0 Photography of women|xHistory. 
650  0 Motherhood in art|xHistory. 
650  0 Mothers in art|xHistory. 
650  0 Women, Black, in art|xHistory. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Lopez-Diago, Zoraida,|eeditor. 
700 1  Canossi, Lesly Deschler,|eeditor. 
710 2  Project Muse,|edistributor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9789462702868 
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       |zOnline ebook. Open Access via JSTOR. 
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