Beyoncé in the world finding art, activism, and community with Queen Bey in troubled times

by Baade, Christina

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Summary
"Bringing together interdisciplinary scholars with expertise in gender and ethnic studies; communication and cultural studies; and music, religion, history, and literature, this volume draws on a diversity of perspectives and methods to investigate the artistic meanings, cultural contexts, and significance of Beyoncé's LEMONADE"--
Contents
Introduction. Beyoncé Studies / Christina Baade, Marquita Smith, and Kristin McGee
PART ONE. "DIVA" / BLACK FEMINIST GENEALOGIES. "I Came to Slay" : The Knowles Sisters, Black Feminism, and the Lineage of Black Female Cool / H. Zahra Caldwell ; From Colorism to Conjurings : Tracing the Dust in Beyoncé's Lemonade / Cienna Davis
PART TWO. "FORMATION" / A SOUTHERN TURN. Beyoncé's South and a "Formation" Nation Riché Richardson / Merging Past and Present in Lemonade's Black Feminist Utopia / J. Brendan Shaw
PART THREE. "XO" / FAITH AND FANDOM. At the Digital Cross(roads) with Beyoncé : Gospel Covers That Remix the Risqué into the Religious / Birgitta J. Johnson ; "She Made Me Understand" : How Lemonade Raised the Intersectional Consciousness of Beyoncé's International Fans / Rebecca J. Sheehan
PART FOUR. "WORLDWIDE WOMAN" / BEYONCÉ'S RECEPTION BEYOND THE UNITED STATES. The Performative Negotiations of Beyoncé in Brazilian Bodies and the Construction of the Pop Diva in Ludmilla's Funk Carioca and Gaby Amarantos's Tecnobrega / Simone Pereira de Sá and Thiago Soares ; A Critical Analysis of White Ignorance Within Beyoncé's Online Reception in the Spanish Context / Elena Herrera Quintana
PART FIVE. "HOLD UP" / PERFORMING FEMME AFFINITY AND DISSENT. Six-Inch Heels and Queer Black Femmes : Beyoncé and Black Trans Women / Jared Mackley-Crump and Kirsten Zemke ; From "Say My Name" to "Texas Bamma" : Transgressive Topoi, Oppositional Optics, and Sonic Subversion in Beyoncé's "Formation" / Byron B Craig and Stephen E. Rahko
PART SIX. "FREEDOM" / SOUNDING PROTEST, HEARING POLITICS. The Deformed Musical Forms of Beyoncé's Celebrity Activism / Annelot Prins and Taylor Myers ; Beyoncé's Black Feminist Critique : Multimodal Intertextuality and Intersectionality in "Sorry" / Rebekah Hutten and Lori Burns
PART SEVEN. "PRAY YOU CATCH ME" / HEALING AND COMMUNITY. Beyond "Becky with the Good Hair" : Hair and Beauty in Beyoncé's "Sorry" / Kristin Denise Rowe ; The Livable, Surviving, and Healing Poetics of Lemonade : A Black Feminist Futurity in Action / Mary Senyonga.

Additional Information
Series Music/culture
Subjects Beyoncé, 1981- Criticism and interpretation
Beyoncé, 1981- Appreciation
Beyoncé, 1981-. Lemonade
Popular music History and criticism
Sex in music
Feminism and music
African American women in popular culture
Art
Sociology
Nonfiction
Women's Studies
Electronic books.
1981-
1981-.
Publisher [Place of publication not identified] :Wesleyan University Press,2021
Wesleyan University Press2021
Edition [First.]
Contributors Baade, Christina L. editor.
McGee, Kristin A. editor.
OverDrive, Inc.
Language English
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Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780819579935
0819579939
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