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  • Lynell Hodge
Black women in America; a contemplative qualitative study that explores how art communicates who they are, what purpose they serve, and moreover how those messages are internalized. Utilizing the cultural iceberg model (Hall, 1976) as the theoretical framework to draw connections to the process of transmitted historical and contemporary cultural messages specific to Black women bodies in art.This qualitative study attempts to understand the impact of vicarious messages in reference to Black women bodies to facilitate a deeper consideration and context of their experiences, and magnify the pervasiveness of marginalization.
  • Feminist,
  • material culture,
  • Black women experiences,
  • emotional regulation
Publication Date
Spring April 5, 2019
Citation Information
Lynell Hodge. "black women personhood.png" (2019)
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