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" Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we can both interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized black people globally. Subordinates... "
Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous sovereignty matters - Page 83
by Aileen Moreton-Robinson - 2007 - 256 pages
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Black American Cinema

Manthia Diawara - Fiction - 1993 - 324 pages
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. Spaces of agency exist for Black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Feminism and Tradition in Aesthetics

Peggy Zeglin Brand, Carolyn Korsmeyer - Philosophy - 2010
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. ! Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Movies and Mass Culture

John Belton - Performing Arts - 1996 - 279 pages
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Reel to Real: Race, Sex, and Class at the Movies

Bell Hooks - Performing Arts - 1996 - 244 pages
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Mixed Race Literature

Jonathan Brennan - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 234 pages
...African Americans look at "whiteness," she is similarly reversing the relationship of margin to center. "Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see" (n6). So how do ethnic minorities name themselves and see each...
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Canadian National Cinema: Ideology, Difference and Representation

Christopher E. Gittings - Performing Arts - 2002 - 338 pages
...subjective camera shots. Discussing the oppositional gaze of black female spectators, hooks writes: 'spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another naming what we see' (h(ioks 1992, 1 16). Obomsawin locates those spaces of agency...
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Film Theory: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies

Philip Simpson, Andrew Utterson, Karen J. Shepherdson - Cinematography - 2004 - 416 pages
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Teaching Values: Critical Perspectives on Education, Politics, and Culture

Ron Scapp - Education - 2003 - 198 pages
...reclaim her own identity. As bell hooks observes in her 1992 essay "The Oppositional Gaze," [sjpaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we can both interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look hack, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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Body Knowledge and Control: Studies in the Sociology of Physical Education ...

John Evans, Brian Davies, Jan Wright - Sports & Recreation - 2004 - 246 pages
...hooks encouraged her readers to employ an 'oppositional gaze' tp. 1171. She explained its relation to agency. 'Spaces of agency exist for black people,...also look back, at one another, naming what we see' tp. 1 161. Though hooks' words are addressed to Black people, we believe that she is also challenging...
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Hollywood: Cultural dimensions: ideology, identity and cultural industry studies

Thomas Schatz - Motion picture industry - 2004 - 428 pages
...fixes us, not only in its violence, hostility and aggression, but in the ambivalence of its desire. Spaces of agency exist for black people, wherein we...interrogate the gaze of the Other but also look back, and at one another, naming what we see. The "gaze" has been and is a site of resistance for colonized...
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