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Black Panther, by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Ta-Nehisi Coates's Black Panther - Spring 2017 Library Book Discussion, sponsored by ISU Library's Committee on Diversity & Inclusion

Ta-Nehisi Coates. "The Case for Reparations." The Atlantic (June 2014).

----. "Killing Dylann Roof." The Atlantic (May 26, 2016).

----. "My President Was Black." The Atlantic (January/February 2017).

----. "The Near Certainty of Anti-Police Violence." The Atlantic (July 12, 2016).

----. "On Homecomings." The Atlantic (May 9, 2016).

Howard Ramsby II. "The Remarkable Reception of Ta-Nehisi Coates." African American Review 49(3): 196–204, doi:10.1353/afa.2016.0033.

Books available in the library

Ta-Nehisi Coates. "The return of the Black Panther." The Atlantic (April 2016).

Evan Narcisse. "Ta-Nehisi Coates Explains How He's Turning Black Panther Into a Superhero Again." Io9 (September 14, 2016.

Evan Narcisse. "The Politics of Marvel's Black Panther." Kotaku (May 6, 2016).

Crystal Am Nelson, Cathy Thomas, and Kiran Garcha. "The Black Panther, 1966 - 2016."

Mark Yarm. "Ta-Nehisi Coates Fights the Power--Literally--with the Black Panther." Wired (April 6, 2016).

Black Panther comics available in the library

Jeffrey A. Brown. "Panthers and vixens: Black superheroines, sexuality, and stereotypes in contemporary comic books" in Black comics: politics of race and representation, edited by Sheena C. Howard and Ronald L. Jackson II (London: Bloomsbury, 2013): 133–150.

Ta-Nehisi Coates. "Wakanda and the Black Imagination." The Atlantic (December 16, 2015).

Phillip Lamarr Cunningham. "The absence of black supervillains in mainstream comincs." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 1 (2010): 51–62, doi: 10.1080/21504851003798330.

Albert S. Fu. "Fear of a black Spider-Man: racebending and the colour-line in superhero (re)casting." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 6 (2015): 269–283, doi:10.1080/21504857.2014.994647.

Orion Martin. "What if the X-Men Were Black?" The Hooded Utiliatarian (December 16, 2013).

Books available in the library
Books Available from the Library

Gavia Baker-Whitelaw. "Rob Liefield Says Casting an Asian American Iron Fist Would Be Reverse White-Washing.'" Daily Dot (October 12, 2016).

Michael B. Jordan. "Michael B. Jordan: Why I'm Touching the Color Line." Entertainment Weekly (May 22, 2015).

Brian Cooper Owens. "Racebending and Representation in Comic Books." Black Perspectives (February 6, 2017).

Ariana Quinonez. "Marvel's Cinematic Diversity Problem." Hypable (April 30, 2015).

Desiree Rodriguez. "How Diverse is the Marvel Cinematic Universe? The Movies: Phase One." Nerds of Color (May 11, 2016)

Amanda Scherker. "Whitewashing Was One of Hollywood's Worst Habits. So Why Is It Still Happening?Huffington Post (July 10, 2014).

Kathleen A. Tarr. "Bias and the business of show employment discrimination in the 'entertainment' industry." University of San Francisco Law Review 51 (2016).

Jen Yamato. "'Doctor Strange' Director Owns Up to Whitewashing Controversy." The Daily Beast (November 2, 2016).

Marvel Cinematic Universe Films Available in the Library