Table of contents for The witch's flight : the cinematic, the Black femme, and the image of common sense / Kara Keeling.

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Acknowledgments 000
Introduction: Another Litany for Survival 000
1.	The Image of Common Sense 000
2.	In the Interval 000
3.	"In Order to Move Forward": Common-Sense Black Nationalism and Haile Gerima's 
Sankofa 000
4.	"We'll Just Have to Get Guns and Be Men": The Cinematic Appearance of Black 
Revolutionary Women 000
5.	"A Black Belt in Bar Stool": Blaxploitation, Surplus, and The L Word	 000
6.	"What's Up with That? She Don't Talk?" Set It Off's Black Lesbian Butch-Femme 000
7.	Reflections on the Black Femme's Role in the (Re)production of Cinematic Reality: The 
Case of Eve's Bayou 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lesbians in motion pictures.
Lesbianism in motion pictures.
African American women in motion pictures.