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What are the conditions needed for our nation to bridge cultural and racial divides? By "writing beyond race," noted cultural critic bell hooks models the constructive ways scholars, activists, and readers can challenge and change systems of domination.
In the spirit of previous classics like Outlaw Culture and Reel to Real , this new collection of compelling essays interrog What are the conditions needed for our nation to bridge cultural and racial divides?
In the spirit of previous classics like Outlaw Culture and Reel to Real , this new collection of compelling essays interrogates contemporary cultural notions of race, gender, and class. From the films Precious and Crash to recent biographies of Malcolm X and Henrietta Lacks, hooks offers provocative insights into the way race is being talked about in this "post-racial" era.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Read in February, had been too overwhelmed by life for Goodreads, but bell hooks is amazing. Wow, wow, wow. This was done so right. So clear, engaging, and passionate. So smart. A great tool for understanding how white supremacist imperialist capitalist patriarchy works on and oppresses everyone though not equally—certainly some individuals more than others , and that we cannot overlook the interconnectedness of this oppressive system with everything around us.
If we want to take one form of opp Read in February, had been too overwhelmed by life for Goodreads, but bell hooks is amazing. If we want to take one form of oppression down, we have to equally address the others and take them down too, because they are all working together.
Oh just so good. Gotta read more bell hooks. I think I am in love with hooks, who is so badassly smart! I love how she shows the interconnectedness of race, gender and class. And how she provides a space where people of any color can communicate and work together. This book has moved me and I think I will take it with me for the rest of my life. I cannot wait to read more books by the author. Apr 27, Drick rated it it was amazing Shelves: culture , race-ethnic-studies.
I have read several of bell hooks' books and never cease to be stretched and challenged by her use of language and her radical feminist anti-racist perspective. This book is no exception. While the book's primary audience seems to be African Americans, I continually found myself asking what might this mean for me as a white middle class male.
She introduces the admittedly awkward phrase "imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy" to capture the intersection of various domination system I have read several of bell hooks' books and never cease to be stretched and challenged by her use of language and her radical feminist anti-racist perspective. She introduces the admittedly awkward phrase "imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy" to capture the intersection of various domination systems that characterize contemporary American life.
She writes more personal essays about her parents' marriage and living as a black woman in a predominantly white community. Her overall focus encourages "psychic healing" and a recapturing of solidarity among people of color to thus become empowered to live with purpose and dignity in a dehumanizing social, cultural and political environment.
I found this book to be compelling, challenging, maddening and inspirational - sometimes all at the same time. This is a must read for anyone concerned about addressing the reality of racist, sexist oppression in our time.
Actually when I think about it, everyone should read it, though many would find her thoughts so radical they might be un-digestible. She speaks truth, but as Flannery O'Connor is reputed to have said "the truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable.
Feb 18, Joshunda Sanders rated it really liked it Shelves: african-american-literature , women-and-feminism , writing , non-fiction. This was the first time I read a book and my name was quoted in it. So I want to say the book was amazing because I nearly fell out when I saw that bell hooks had read a piece I wrote with my friend and fellow writer, Diana Barnes-Brown. But beyond that, the book was wonderful, as many of her books are.
I love the simplicity of her sentences. She deconstructs white supremacist capitalist thought, she talks about the dearth of self-help and self-love tomes for black people generally but black wom This was the first time I read a book and my name was quoted in it. She deconstructs white supremacist capitalist thought, she talks about the dearth of self-help and self-love tomes for black people generally but black women specifically.
She changed my mind about Crash with her excellent analysis of the pornography of violence in the film. She writes about feeling safe at home from the reach and sadness that accompanies racism. It was inspiring and well-done. This was really two books in one, with essays about thinking beyond race, fighting white supremacy through critical awareness, and bell hooks' experience disseminating these ideas to a broad audience wrapped around a somewhat disconcerting core of harsh diatribe against a few books and films that have bothered hooks recently the Help, the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and not-so-recently e.
This essay format was both repetitive and schizophrenic, but still a worthwhile read to ch This was really two books in one, with essays about thinking beyond race, fighting white supremacy through critical awareness, and bell hooks' experience disseminating these ideas to a broad audience wrapped around a somewhat disconcerting core of harsh diatribe against a few books and films that have bothered hooks recently the Help, the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and not-so-recently e.
This essay format was both repetitive and schizophrenic, but still a worthwhile read to check back in on the mind of a foremost thinker on dominant ideologies. Feb 20, L Lalonde rated it it was amazing. I learn a lot when I read bell hooks. Nov 29, Monica rated it it was amazing. May 10, Danielle rated it it was amazing. Especially her analysis of The Help, Precious, and Crash.
As well as her writing about white supremacist thought and black self-determination. Aside from a couple chapters, specifically one dedicated to The Help and one a dialogue about Precious, hooks effectively provides insight into how patriarchal imperialistic capitalistic white supremacy manifests in contemporary American society without feeling tautological.
However, asking her reader to see interlocking systems for what they are, to take them seriously, to even further articulate black existence and self-realization in imperialistcapitalistwhitesupremacistpatriarchy is badass.
Feb 04, Anne rated it it was ok. This was my first book by bell hooks. I wish it had not been. View 1 comment. I found the essays on social commentary very moving and enlightening. There were a few chapters on film criticism that were deeply thoughtful but not as interesting to me. Jan 21, Brandon rated it really liked it. If half stars were an option, I would give this 3 and half but I'll allow an extra half star for intent and execution.
While she lost me at the assertion that spirituality is essential for social progress hard for me to swallow as an atheist , her secular ruminations on community-consciousness-based attitudes about race and gender an If half stars were an option, I would give this 3 and half but I'll allow an extra half star for intent and execution.
While she lost me at the assertion that spirituality is essential for social progress hard for me to swallow as an atheist , her secular ruminations on community-consciousness-based attitudes about race and gender and sexuality gave me food for thought that I'll continue to digest for days, maybe even months.
Her analyses and dialogues about the films Crash and Precious were compelling and fun reads. I say fun since there was nothing she said that I hadn't heard and agreed with before, but watching her dismantle their narratives and characters so utterly yet dispassionately , showing how they all fail to live up to the credit recklessly given them by those who call such films "progressive" or "important," was a delight. And I admit that comes from a smug place. I was enthralled by hooks' critique of both the book and film versions of The Help, from which she drew more closely from personal experience her mother was a domestic worker.
Be prepared for an extended deconstruction of that story that carries over into other chapters, sometimes seeming inadvertently so, like hooks wants to move on but has to get out One Last Thing about this "poorly written" novel that deeply offended her ways that precluded a wholly dispassionate review. I could have done without the last couple of chapters, which became circular in their repetition of points made so well earlier, but at only pages you're not in for a long read - that is unless, like me, you re-read passages regularly to better appreciate hooks' point of view that, whether you agree with it or not, is refreshingly unambiguous and genuine.
Writing Beyond Race is not mere rhetoric, it asks you to challenge your preconceptions about people of color and white men and women while assuring you that challenge and criticism is not intended to harm or admonish but instead are important elements of discourse that, embraced by all, will lead us to a better understanding of The Other, whoever, from your POV, that might be. Apr 14, Samaa Ahmed rated it it was amazing.
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