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Reader on Cannibalism, Blackface & Minstrelsy
Published by Cassandra Press, READERs are lo-fi scanned and xeroxed compilations of theoretical, historical, and literary texts, each focused around a different theme or concern. Working in the mode of “messy dissemination” by way of piracy, bootlegging, and archival extractivism, the project brings together the work of scholars, activists, and educators as a way to place overlooked perspectives into new conversation and further the discourse around political and social activism.
Press Release Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Hannah Black Aeter
Oswald de Andrade, “The Manifesto Antropófago (Cannibal Manifesto) 1928
Telegraph News Africa Party in Colonial Museum sparks anger after Party Dressed in Pith Helmets and Blackface
Manuel Arturo, The Hypocrite Reader, "Is Theorizing Cannibalism Ethical?
Orson Welles as Othello Clarissa Brooks, Twitter Thread
David McNally, "Monsters of the Market, Zombies, Vampires and Global Capitalism”
Armin Meiwes: Internet Cannibal
Christopher Barry-Dee and Steven Morris, “Excerpt from Online Killers: Portraits of Murderers, Cannibals, and Sex Predators Who Stalk Their Victims”
Vincent Woodard, “The Dlectable Negro” and “Human Consumption and Homoeroticism within US slave Culture”
Introduction and Eating Nat Turner
Fred Moten, “Letting Go Of Othello”
Rachel B. Herrmann, “The "tragicall historie” Cannibalism and Abundance in Colonial Jamestown"
David Wall, “Transgression, Excess, and the Violence of Looking in the Art of Kara Walker”
Eric Lott, selections from “LOVE and THEFT Blackface, Minstrelsy, and the American Working Class”
Lauren Michele Jackson, “We Need To Talk About Digital Blackface in Reaction GIFS, Why is it So Common?”