READING REFLECTION AND QUICK THOUGHTS | Stuart Hall’s “New Ethnicities” (1989)
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READING REFLECTION AND QUICK THOUGHTS | Stuart Hall’s “New Ethnicities” (1989)

From Stuart Hall’s “New Ethnicities” (1989) …  “These formed the conditions of existence of a cultural politics designed to challenge, resist and, where possible, to transform the dominant regimes of representation—first in music and style, later in literary, visual and cinematic forms. In these spaces blacks have typically been the objects, but rarely the subjects, of the practices of … Continue reading

READING REFLECTION AND NOTES | Stuart Hall’s “What is ‘Black’ in Black Popular Culture?”
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READING REFLECTION AND NOTES | Stuart Hall’s “What is ‘Black’ in Black Popular Culture?”

Reading some of Stuart Hall’s seminal texts has helped illuminate some of the ideas I’ve begun to explore in my MRP.  I recently read “What is ‘Black’ in Black Popular Culture?” (1992) and “New Ethnicities” (1989). First, I thought I would reflect on “What is ‘Black’ in Black Popular Culture?” (1992) and then I’ll reflect on “New … Continue reading

THOUGHT PROCESS | Black Style and Blackness in Fashion
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THOUGHT PROCESS | Black Style and Blackness in Fashion

Broadly speaking, my MRP revolves around the subject racial diversity in fashion. Under that subject, it can be narrowed down to four key themes which I have identified as the following: black style and blackness in fashion the portrayal of the black subject in fashion-related imagery street style and style in subculture the advent of … Continue reading