Jezebel unhinged : loosing the black female body in religion and culture
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Jezebel unhinged : loosing the black female body in religion and culture / Tamura Lomax.
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Table of Contents:
- Prolegomenon: "hoeism or whatever": Black girls and the sable letter "b"
- Introduction: "a thousand details, anecdotes, stories": mining the discourse on Black womanhood
- Black Venus and Jezebel sluts: writing race, sex, and gender in religion and culture
- "These hos ain't loyal": white perversions, Black possessions
- Theologizing Jezebel: womanist cultural criticism, a divine intervention
- "Changing the letter": toward a Black feminist study of religion
- The Black church, the Black lady, and Jezebel: the cultural production of feminine-ism
- Whose "woman" is this?: reading Bishop T.D. Jakes's Woman, Thou Art Loosed!
- Tyler Perry's new revival: Black sexual politics, Black popular religion, and an American icon
- Epilogue: dangerous machinations: Black feminists taught us.