Discursive (Re)Productions of 'Post'-Race Schooling: Glee and the Post-Racial Gaze.

Phelps, Benjamin.


  • Abstract: This thesis investigates how the popular primetime television series Glee adopts a "post-racial gaze" to reproduce inequality through its representations of institutional practices and its cultural representations of racial difference. The thesis argues that Glee maintains a gaze on both youth and racialized bodies, which reproduces racial power structures under the guise of equality. ... read more
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