In “Racial Innocence,” Robin Bernstein argues that the performance of childhood is central to “large-scale racial projects,” including slavery and abolition, as well as the early civil rights movement. Bernstein examines material, literary, and visual culture, including “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and the “Black and Whiteness of Raggedy Ann,” the Oz series by L. Frank Baum, […]Continuar lendo “Innocence.”

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