Table of contents for Appropriating blackness : performance and the politics of authenticity / E. Patrick Johnson.

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List of Illustrations	iv
Introduction:  	"Blackness" and Authenticity: 
		What's Performance Got To Do With It?	1
1	The Pot Is Brewing:  Marlon Riggs' Black Is . . . Black Ain't	26
2	Manifest Faggotry:  Queering Masculinity in African American Culture	74
3	Mother Knows Best:  Blackness and Transgressive Domestic Space	118
4	"Nevah Had Uh Cross Word":  Mammy and the Trope of Black 
Womanhood	165
5	Sounds of Blackness Down Under:  The Caf, of the Gate of 
Salvation	246
6	Pedagogy And/As Performance:  Performing Blackness in the
Classroom	342
Appendix A	399
Appendix B	459
Notes	464
Bibliography		528

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans Race identity, African Americans Intellectual life, African Americans in popular culture, Authenticity (Philosophy) Political aspects United States, Performing arts Social aspects United States, Performing arts Political aspects United States, United States Race relations