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Black Women's Bodies and The Nation: Race, Gender and Culture by Shirley Anne Tate
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Shirley Anne Tate
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Palgrave Macmillan
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208
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9781137355270
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Hardcover
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Black Women's Bodies and the Nation develops a decolonial approach to representations of iconic Black women's bodies within popular culture in the US, UK and the Caribbean and the racialization and affective load of muscle, bone, fat and skin through the trope of the subaltern figure of the Sable-Saffron Venus as an 'alter/native- body'.

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