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American cinema and the southern imaginary / edited by Deborah E. Barker and Kathryn McKee.

Athens : The University of Georgia Press, 2010.
The new southern studies.
The new southern studies
p. cm.
Southern States -- In motion pictures.
Motion pictures and history.
Race relations in motion pictures.
African Americans in motion pictures.
Memory in motion pictures.
Introduction: the southern imaginary / Deborah E. Barker and Kathryn McKee
Rereading the Hollywood South. The celluloid war before the birth: race and history in early American film / Robert Jackson
Mammy's "mules" and the rules of marriage in Gone with the Wind / Riché Richardson
Bodies and expectations: chain gang discipline / Leigh Anne Duck
The postwar cinematic South: realism and the politics of liberal consensus / Chris Cagle
A "professional southerner" in the Hollywood studio system: Lamar Trotti at work, 1934-1952 / Matthew H. Bernstei
Viewing the civil rights South. Black passing and white pluralism: imitation of life in the civil rights struggle / Ryan DeRosa
Remembering Birmingham Sunday: Spike Lee's 4 little girls / Valerie Smith
Exploitation movies and the freedom struggle of the 1960s / Sharon Monteith
Crossing borders. Mapping out a postsouthern cinema: three contemporary films / Jay Watson
The native screen: American Indians in contemporary southern film / Melanie R. Benson
The city that Déjà vu forgot: memory, mapping, and the Americanization of New Orleans / Briallen Hopper
Humid time: independent film, gay sexualities, and southernscapes / R. Bruce Brasell
Papa Legba and the liminal spaces of the Blues: roots music in Deep South film / Christopher J. Smith
Revamping the South: thoughts on labor, relationality, and southern representation / Tara McPherson.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Jacobs Family Cinema Studies Fund.
Barker, Deborah, 1955-
McKee, Kathryn B.
Jacobs Family Cinema Studies Fund.
9780820333809 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0820333808 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9780820337104 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0820337102 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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