In Media Res : Race, Identity, and Pop Culture in the Twenty-First Century Paperback / softback
Edited by James Braxton Peterson
Part of the The Griot Project Book Series series
In Media Res is a manifold collection that reflects the intersectional qualities of university programming in the twenty-first century.
Taking race, gender, and popular culture as its central thematic subjects, the volume collects academic essays, speeches, poems, and creative works that critically engage a wide range of issues, including American imperialism, racial and gender discrimination, the globalization of culture, and the limitations of our new multimedia world.
This diverse assortment of works by scholars, activists, and artists models the complex ways that we must engage university students, faculty, staff, and administration in a moment where so many of us are confounded by the "in medias res" nature of our interface with the world in the current moment.
Featuring contributions from Imani Perry, Michael Eric Dyson, Suheir Hammad, John Jennings, and Adam Mansbach, In Media Res is a primer for academic inquiry into popular culture; American studies; critical media literacy; women, gender, and sexuality studies; and Africana studies.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 318 pages, 6 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Bucknell University Press
- Publication Date: 01/09/2016
- Category: Popular culture
- ISBN: 9781611486513