CSWS Research Matters, Spring 2012
Thinking Through a Research Trajectory, From Hollywood Latinas to Hair/Style
Latinas function as the in-between bodies that mediate and maintain the racial status quo of mainstream media, by Priscilla Peña Ovalle, Associate Professor, University of Oregon Department of English & Associate Director, Cinema Studies
“Just two years after publishing Dance and the Hollywood Latina: Race, Sex, and Stardom (Rutgers 2011), I am struck by the ways that researching and writing that book has impacted my next research venture, a multimedia project on hair, style, and racialized representations in visual media culture.” For the complete article in PDF format
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