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8/16/2020 • “Afrosurrealism, Aristotle, and Racial Presence in Netflix’s Luke Cage” by Angela D. Mack

Today’s #AntiAbleistComposition feature is “Afrosurrealism, Aristotle, and Racial Presence in Netflix’s Luke Cage” by Angela D. Mack. The essay is published in Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy.

Click here to access the open-access full text.

Angela D. Mack is a PhD student at Texas Christian University studying Rhetoric and Composition. Her research areas include poetry/poetics, rhetorics of performance, sound studies, and critical race and ethnic studies. She has taught composition and poetry courses incorporating popular culture and multimodality in her classrooms.

By Cody Jackson

Cody Jackson is a PhD student in rhetoric and composition at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.

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