Incorporations: Race, Nation, and the Body Politics of Capital

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Incorporations offers a new way of thinking about issues of race, bodies, and commodity culture. Moving beyond the study of identity and difference in media, Eva Cherniavsky asserts that race can be understood as a sign of the body's relation to capital. In Incorporations, Cherniavsky interrogates the interplay of nationalism, colonialism, and capitalism in the production of racial embodiment. Testing the links between race and capital, Incorporations examines how media culture transmutes white bodies into commodity-images ...

Incorporations: Race, Nation, and the Body Politics of Capital 2006, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780816646050

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Incorporations: Race, Nation, and the Body Politics of Capital 2006, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780816646043

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