7 edition of Black manhood on the silent screen found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-258) and index.
|Statement||Gerald R. Butters, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.N4 B88 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2002001205|
Blacks in Black and White: A Source Book on Black Films. 2nd ed. Metuchen N.J.: Scarecrow Press, Black Manhood on the Silent Screen. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, Caddoo, Cara. Envisioning Freedom: Cinema and the Building of Modern Black Life, The handsome actor, who appeared in the silent race film by legendary director Oscar Micheaux, Body and Soul, embodied “a new type of black man.
Beautiful Anita Page was one of the most famous and popular leading ladies during the last years of the silent screen and the first years of the talkie era. She was best known for starring in The Broadway Melody (), the first sound film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Her leading men. The beautiful Maude Feely (born Maude Mary Hawk; March 4, – November 9, ) began acting on stage at the age of three and appeared in her first movie in , a short silent movie.. Feely had a long career that outlasted the silent film era. She continued to act in the "talkies" and was active in the movies until the late 's, a career that spanned over six decades.
7. White Rice, White Cotton, Brown Planters, Black Slaves 8. Free Black Artisans: A Need for Labor 9. The Denmark Vesey Conspiracy: Brown Masters vs. Black Slaves No More Black Massa Appendix A. Tables for Chapter One Appendix B. Table for Chapter Two Appendix C. Tables for Chapter Six Notes Index The Women and the Silent Screen conferences held in the Netherlands, United States, Canada, and Mexico indicate an internationalization of research efforts. The Press seeks single-authored books and collections as well as short monographs of 40, to 50, words. See our featured title flyer here.
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Black Manhood on the Silent Screen is unique in that it takes contemporary and original film theory, applies it to the distinctive body of African American independent films in the silent era, and relates the meaning of these films to larger political, social, and intellectual events in American society.
By showing how both white and black men have defined their own sense of manhood through cinema, it Cited by: 8. Black Manhood on the Silent Screen is unique in that it takes contemporary and original film theory, applies it to the distinctive body of African American independent films in the silent era, and relates the meaning of these films to larger political, social, and intellectual events in American society.
By showing how both white and black men have defined their own sense of manhood through cinema, it Price: $ Black Manhood on the Silent Screen. October pages. Series: CultureAmerica. Hardback - $ ISBN Add to Cart. "Black Manhood on the Silent Screen is unique in that it takes contemporary and original film theory, applies it to the distinctive body of African American independent films in the silent era, and relates the meaning of these films to larger political, social, and intellectual events in American society.
Black Manhood on the Silent Screen (Culture America (Hardcover)) by Gerald R. Butters Jr.5/5. Black Manhood on the Silent Screen is unique in that it takes contemporary and original film theory, applies it to the distinctive body of African American independent films in the silent era, and relates the meaning of these films to larger political, social, and intellectual events in American society.
Black manhood on the silent screen. Winner Description: Butters Jr., Gerald R; University Press of Kansas, Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): Black manhood on the silent screen. ISBN of the winning item: pbk. —Gerald R.
Butters Jr., author of Black Manhood on the Silent Screen “Expanding the Black Film Canon: Race and Genre across Six Decades by Lisa Doris Alexander offers a significant contribution to black film studies. This is the first sweeping book to cover a fifty-plus year history of black cinema.
Books about Silent Movies Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. While the recent wave of interest in African-American director-producer Oscar Micheaux and the “race movie” makers of his time has helped to confirm and affirm the existence of black independent filmmakers in the silent era, the resulting research largely uncovered only the men involved.
Gerald R. Butters, Jr. Black Manhood on the Silent Screen. Guess who's coming to a theater near you. Only a few movies adapted from books by black authors make their way to the silver screen.
Black Fathers: An Invisible Presence in America, Second Edition The struggles, hopes and dreams are chronicled within this book with a steady focus on systemic factors in place to undermine the strengths of Black families. It is also a reminder that those Black men we call father are more than biological contributors.
Harold Clayton Lloyd Sr. (Ap – March 8, ) was an American actor, comedian, and stunt performer who appeared in many silent comedy films. Lloyd is considered alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as one of the most influential film comedians of the silent film era.
Lloyd made nearly comedy films, both silent and "talkies", between and photograph from the Emperor of the North Pole of Lee Marvin who portrayed one of a group of hard-boiled men working on the railroad during the Depression.
Sold for $75 Black and white 8" X 10" photograph inscribed "To Mark / Best Wishes / Shirley Temple Black / " in black ink. Emily W Leider tells the story of the master of the silent screen in Dark Lover David Jays Sat 1 Nov EST First published on Sat 1 Nov EST. Hollywood Black (Turner Classic Movies) by Donald Bogle The Stars, The Films, The Filmmakers Rich with history this book begins in the early years of film then moves through the decades from the thirties through the 20th century and then a bit beyond.
As I read and looked at photos I remembered movies and loved and also was reminded of the roles that black actors had played in them/5(19). Features more than 3, photographs, many of them rare or unique, of the great personalities of the silent screen, accompanied by a highly informative and entertaining text, resulting in a vivid and comprehensive survey of the pioneering years of the cinema.
Clean, large format hardback in an unclipped d/w - pages including index. This volume is made up of eleven essays employing historical and theoretical methodologies in the examination of spectatorship, marketing, melodrama, the transition of novel to screenplay, and racial politics and identity, among other significant topics.
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The book is a collage of fascinating facts about Wiggins's life. U.S. prison cells are bloated with the bodies of black men, but the restrictive walls of our public imagination imprison black men too: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin, they are culturally.
Tommy J. Curry’s provocative book The Man-Not is a justifcation for Black Male Studies. He posits that we should conceptualize the Black male as a victim, oppressed by his sex. The Man-Not, therefore, is a corrective of sorts, offering a concept of Black males that could challenge the existing accounts of Black men and boys desiring the power of white men who oppress them that has been.
Perhaps one has to have met Black to understand that this book is an embodiment of his character—frank, warm, witty, open and eternally optimistic.
Black has had a Forrest Gump-like existence. Where Gump “fell” into historical events, the author has always had an active, driven life.The silent screen’s “Great Stone Face,” and arguably its most prodigious comedian, Buster Keaton is famous for films such as The General and The traces both the development and decline of this great performer with compassion and accuracy, from his childhood in vaudeville to his glory days as a silent screen star and MGM contract actor, his descent into alcoholism, and.