Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Black Migration: Film and Internet Video Clip Recommendations

From Trica Danielle Keaton:

Dear Friends and Colleagues:
 
I’m teaching an undergraduate course on contemporary international and transnational “Black im/migration” (“Black,” broadly understood) this Spring semester, 2013. Visual material—in particular film (commercial feature and documentary)—on people’s lived experiences will be integral to the course in addition to short stories, art, and music. I would be grateful for any film and internet clip recommendations in English and/or subtitled in English that focus on questions of incorporation, identity politics, “Black” diversity, race and racism, and especially tensions between “Black natives” and “Black im/migrants" in Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean, and Europe. This material is also of interest for an upcoming, collaborative research project on “Black im/migration.” Once complied, I would be happy to share this list and circulate it. Please feel free to contact me directly at [t.keaton@vanderbilt.edu].
 
Very best,
Trica
 
Trica Danielle Keaton, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
African American and Diaspora Studies
Vanderbilt University

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