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    • Togo Mizrahi and the Making of Egyptian Cinema 

      Starr, Deborah A. (University of California Press, 2020)
      In this book, Deborah A. Starr recuperates the work of Togo Mizrahi, a pioneer of Egyptian cinema. Mizrahi, an Egyptian Jew with Italian nationality, established himself as a prolific director of popular comedies and ...
    • Emancipation's Daughters: Reimagining Black Femininity and the National Body 

      Richardson, Riché (Duke University Press, 2021)
      In Emancipation's Daughters, Riché Richardson examines iconic black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of black womanhood in the United States. Drawing on literary ...
    • Scales of Captivity: Racial Capitalism and the Latinx Child 

      Brady, Mary Pat (Duke University Press, 2022)
      In Scales of Captivity, Mary Pat Brady traces the figure of the captive or cast-off child in Latinx and Chicanx literature and art between chattel slavery’s final years and the mass deportations of the twenty-first century. ...