Further Reading

Cottman, Michael H. Newsday Minority Affairs Writer. “Soul Man,’ a Film Asking for Trouble.” Newsday, Oct 26, 1986, p.9.

Gates, Racquel. Subverting Hollywood from the Inside Out: Melvin Van Peebles Watermelon Man. vol. 68, University of California Press, p. 9-21, 2014.

Johnson, Stephen. “Introduction: the Persistence of Blackface and the Minstrel Tradition.” Burnt Cork. Ed. Stephen Johnson. University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. JSTOR.

Jones, Douglas A. “Black Politics but Not Black People: Rethinking the Social and ‘Racial’ History of Early Minstrelsy.” TDR: The Drama Review: A Journal of Performance Studies, p. 21-37 2013.  

Lott, Eric. White Like Me: Racial Cross-Dressing and the Construction of American Whiteness. Duke University Press, 1993.

Ryan, Michael. “Ethnic Studies.” Literary Theory: A Practical Introduction. Wiley Blackwell, 2017.

Schickel, Richard. “Heart Trouble Soul Man Directed by Steve Miner Screenplay by Carol Black.” TIME Magazine p. 128 1986.

Scully, Pamela. “Race and Ethnicity in Women’s and Gender History.” Global Literary Theory an Anthology, Ed. Richard Lane, Routledge, 2013.

Strausbaugh, John. Black Like You: Blackface, Whiteface, Insult & Imitation in American Popular Culture. 1st ed. Penguin, 2007.

 

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