Troubling the Family argues that the emergence of multiracialism during the 1990s was determined by underlying and unacknowledged gender norms. Opening with a germinal moment for multiracialism—the seemingly instantaneous popular appearance of Tiger Woods—Habiba Ibrahim examines how the shifting status of racial hero for black and multiracial communities makes sense only by means of an account of masculinity.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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