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Black Sexual Economies : Race and Sex in a Culture of Capital.

Author/Creator:
Davis, Adrienne D.
Publication:
Champaign : University of Illinois Press, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (240 pages)
Series:
New Black Studies Ser.
New Black Studies Ser.
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Subjects:
African Americans-Sexual behavior.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
Acknowledgments
Black Sexual Economies: An Introduction
Part I. Sexual Labor and Race Play
1. "Don't Let Nobody Bother Yo' Principle": The Sexual Economy of American Slavery
2. Black Stud, White Desire: Black Masculinity in Cuckold Pornography and Sex Work
3. "Hannah Elias Talks Freely": Interracial Sex and Black Female Subjectivity in Turn-of-the-Century New York City
4. Playin' Race: Race Play, Black Women, and BDSM
Part II. Sexual Economies of Sexual Publics
5. No Bodily Rights Worth Protecting: Transnational Circulations of Black Hypersexuality in Brazil
6. "Will the Real Men Stand Up?": Regulating Gender and Policing Sexuality through Black Common Sense
7. "Happy at Last": Carving the White "Closet" Past, Creating an "Out" Future
Part III. The Drag of Cultural Dissemblance
8. Gospel Drag: Intimate Labor and the Blues Stage
9. Branded Beautiful: Brand Rihanna Meets Brand Barbados
10. Framing the Video Vixen: Intraracial Readings of Unruly Desire
Part IV. Beyond Black Social Life as Death: The Erotics of Black Lives
11. In the Life: Queering Violence in the Stories of G. Winston James
12. The Dramedy in Queer of Color: Noah's Arc and the Seriously "Trashy" Pleasure of Critique
13. Cheryl Clarke's Clit Agency, or, An Erotic Reading of Living as a Lesbian
Part V. Imagine: Pedagogy, Black Feminist Arts, and Creative Methodologies
14. On Being a Black Sexual Intellectual: Thoughts on Caribbean Sexual Politics and Freedom
15. The Book of Joy: A Creative Archive of Young Queer Black Women's Pleasures
16. The Mist and the Rain: A Trickster Tale
References
Contributors
Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
BSE Collective, Adrienne D.
Bailey, Marlon M.
Bascomb, Lia T.
Blake, Felice.
Bost, Darius.
Cruz, Ariane.
Dominguez, Pierre.
Green, David B.
Hernandez, Jillian.
Other format:
Print version: Davis, Adrienne D. Black Sexual Economies
ISBN:
9780252051494
9780252042645
OCLC:
1105734772