ANN FABIAN is a distinguished professor of history and co-director of the Rutgers Center for Race and Ethnicity at Rutgers University. She is the author of The Skull Collectors: Race, Science, and America’s Unburied Dead.
Watching While Black
Centering the Television of Black Audiences
Edited by Beretta E. Smith-Shomade Contributions by Robin Means Coleman, Andre Cavalcante, Kristen J. Warner, Christine Acham, Devorah Heitner, TreaAndrea M. Russworm, Jennifer Fuller, Kim M. LeDuff, Racquel Gates, Nghana Lewis, Mark D. Cunningham, Deborah Elizabeth Whaley, Reighan Gillam, Nsenga Burton, Timothy Havens and Eric Pierson
Point of Sale
Analyzing Media Retail
Edited by Daniel Herbert and Derek Johnson Contributions by Daniel Herbert, Derek Johnson, Emily West, Greg Steirer, Heikki Tyni, Olli Sotamaa, Elizabeth Affuso, Avi Santo, Ethan Tussey, Meredith A. Bak, Courtney Brannon Donoghue, Tim J. Anderson, Lynn Comella, Benjamin Woo, Nasreen Rajani, Erin Hanna, Evan Elkins and Marc Steinberg
Race and Retail
Consumption across the Color Line
Edited by Mia Bay and Ann Fabian Contributions by Mia Bay, Ann Fabian, Naa Oyo A. Kwate, Geraldo L. Cadava, Traci Parker, Bridget Kenny, John W. Heaton, Ellen D. Wu, Neiset Bayouth, Johana Londoño, Erualdo R. González, Stacey A. Sutton, Melissa L. Cooper, Siobhan Carter-David, Jerome D. Williams, Geraldine Rosa Henderson, Sophia R. Evett, Anne-Marie G. Hakstian, Azure B. Thompson and Sharese N. Porter
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