Flipping the Script: Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination

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Abstract

An essay discussing Wiley’s reputation as an artist whose project has been to recast the image of the black male in the public imagination. He has turned his attention to Haitian women and has utilized a queen show as a part of that equation. I discuss the island’s history with pageantry and bring it forward with a look at Haiti’s women that upends the poverty and violence we are barraged with in the media.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe World Stage
Subtitle of host publicationHaiti
EditorsKehinde Wiley
Place of PublicationCulver City, CA
PublisherRoberts & Tilton
ISBN (Print)9780991488926
StatePublished - 2015

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Oliver, C. (2015). Flipping the Script: Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. In K. Wiley (Ed.), The World Stage: Haiti Culver City, CA: Roberts & Tilton.

Flipping the Script : Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. / Oliver, Cynthia.

The World Stage: Haiti. ed. / Kehinde Wiley. Culver City, CA : Roberts & Tilton, 2015.

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Oliver, C 2015, Flipping the Script: Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. in K Wiley (ed.), The World Stage: Haiti. Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA.
Oliver C. Flipping the Script: Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. In Wiley K, editor, The World Stage: Haiti. Culver City, CA: Roberts & Tilton. 2015
Oliver, Cynthia. / Flipping the Script : Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. The World Stage: Haiti. editor / Kehinde Wiley. Culver City, CA : Roberts & Tilton, 2015.
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