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Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the African Diaspora: Travelling Blackness
SAMPLE PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Celeste, M. (2016) “Entertaining Mobility: The Racialized and Gendered Nation in House Hunters International,” Feminist Media Studies, 16(5). (Available online http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14680777.2015.1137336)
Celeste, M. (2013). Framing Haitians and Cubans in The New York Times: Enduring Imprints of Political History. Journal of Haitian Studies, 19(1).
Celeste, M. (2015). Black Women and US Pop Culture in the Postidentity Era: The Case of Beyoncé Knowles. In A.A. Ampofo, C.R. Rodriguez, and D. Tsikata (Eds.), Transatlantic Feminisms: Women and Gender Studies in Africa and the African Diaspora. East Lansing: MI: Michigan State University Press.
Celeste, M., Diaz, S.P., Ginorio, A.B., & Joseph, R.L. (2014). A Survival Story:
Negotiating the Institutional and Material through Collectivity. In S.M.B. Givens and K. E. Tassie (Eds.), Claiming a Seat at the Table: Feminism, Underserved Women Of Color, Voice and Resistance. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Celeste, M. (2011). Minding the Borders: Images of Haitian Immigrations in the United States. In P. M. Lester & S. D. Ross (Eds.), Images that Injure: Pictorial Stereotypes in the Media (365-78). Westport, CT: Praeger.
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC WRITING
Celeste, M. (2009). [Review of the book Dispatches from the Color Line: The Press and Multiracial America by C.R. Squires]. The Black Scholar, 39(3), 63-65.
Celeste, M. (2008). [Review of the book Talking About Race: Community Dialogues and the Politics of Difference by K. Walsh]. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 32(3), 311-13.
Select Invited Presentations
Annual Speaker, “For the Love of (Black) Pop Culture: Questioning Race, Gender and Citizenship.” Women and Gender Studies Department, Gonzaga University, February 11, 2014.
Featured Speaker, “Media Framing of Difference and Citizenship: Public Health Implications.” College of Public Health Seminar Series on Multi-Cultural Competency and Public Health, University of Florida, October 2012.
Featured Speaker, “Get Me Bodied: Beyoncé Knowles as Post-Identity Re-articulation of Black Female Citizenship.” Institute on Black Life & Center for Africa and the Diaspora, Fall Colloquium, University of South Florida, September 2012.
Featured Invited Speaker, “(Re)presenting Black Women in Popular Culture: The Paradox of Beyoncé Knowles.” Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL, March 2010.
Select Refereed Conference Presentations
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