Table of contents for Black magic : White Hollywood and African American culture / Krin Gabbard.


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Contents
Acknowledgments 
Introduction: Sarah in Wonderland 
I. Black Magic, Disembodied
One. Marlon Brando's Jazz Acting and the Obsolescence of Blackface 
Two. Borrowing Black Masculinity: Dirty Harry Finds His Gentle Side 
Three. Passing Tones: The Talented Mr. Ripley and Pleasantville 
II. Serving the White Audience
Four. The Racial Displacements of Ransom and Fargo 
Five. Black Angels in America: Millennial Solutions to the "Race Problem" 
III. Unrepresentable Subjects
Six. Evidence: Thelonious Monk's Challenge to Jazz History 
Seven. Revenge of the Nerds: Representing the White Male Collector of Black Music 
IV. Black Magic, Inverted
Eight. Robert Altman's Jazz History Lesson 
Nine. Spike Lee Meets Aaron Copland 
Conclusion 
Notes 
Works Cited 
Index 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans in motion pictures, Jazz in motion pictures, Motion pictures United States, Motion pictures and music, Motion picture music History and criticism