Reading Race: Hollywood and the Cinema of Racial Violence

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    What Did I Do to Be so Black and Blue? (Ellison, 1952, p. 8)

    A marginalized group needs to be wary of the seductive power of realism, of accepting all that a realistic representation implies. (Lubiano, 1997, p. 106)

    Hollywood does not represent ethnic and minorities; it creates them and provides an audience with an experience of them. (López, 1991, pp. 404–405)

    Acknowledgments

    I would like to thank Stephen Barr and Mike Featherstone for their support of this project. Interactions in the Program in Cultural Values and Ethics, and in the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory at the University of Illinois, and conversations with Joseph Vandiver, Mitch Allen, Peter Labella, Patricia Clough, Laurel Richardson, Yvonna S. Lincoln, James Carey, Clifford Christians, Kim Rotzoll, Walt Harrington, Bill Berry, David Desser, Katherine Ryan, Nate Summers, Johanna Bradley, Richard Bradley, Rachel Denzin, Michael Maehr, Henry Giroux, and Stanford M. Lyman helped to clarify my arguments. I have been teaching portions of this book since 1997. I thank all of the students who joined in the conversation about this project. I especially thank Sylvia Allegretto, Shawn Miklaucic, Michael Elavsky, Jack Bratich, and Mark Nimkoff for their outstanding assistance in the construction of the filmography in the Appendix.

    I wish to thank Justin Dyer for his careful copy editing, Mark Nimkoff, Michael Elavsky and Jeremy Toynbee for their meticulous reading of the page proofs, Patricia Hymans for the production of the index, and Rosemary Campbell for her patience and assistance throughout the production process.

    Portions of the materials in Chapter 1 appeared in Norman K. Denzin, ‘Reading the Cinema of Racial Violence,’ Current Perspectives on Social Problems, 10 (1998): 30–61; portions of the materials in Chapter 2 appeared in Norman K. Denzin, ‘Race and the Grand Canyon,’ Current Perspectives on Social Problems, 11 (1999): 3–23; portions of the materials in Chapter 4 appeared in Norman K. Denzin, ‘Lethal Weapons in the Hood,’ Current Perspectives on Social Problems, 12 (2000): 149–178; portions of the materials in Chapter 6 appeared in Norman K. Denzin, ‘Zoot Suits and Homeboys (and Girls),’ Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies, 2001.

    Norman K.DenzinChampaign, Illinois
  • Appendix: Filmography

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    About the Author

    Norman K. Denzin is Distinguished Professor of Communications, College of Communications Scholar, and Research Professor of Communications, Sociology, Cinema Studies, and Humanities at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is the author of numerous books, including Interpretive Ethnography, The Cinematic Society, Images of Postmodern Society, The Research Act, Interpretive Interactionism, Hollywood Shot by Shot, The Recovering Alcoholic and The Alcoholic Self, which won the Charles Cooley Award from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction in 1988. In 1997 he was awarded the George Herbert Award from the Study of Symbolic Interaction. He is past editor of The Sociological Quarterly, editor of Cultural Studies–Critical Methodologies, co-editor of The Handbook of Qualitative Research, 2nd edn. and Qualitative Inquiry, and series editor of Cultural Studies: A Research Annual and Studies in Symbolic Interaction.


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