A is for Arab : archiving stereotypes in U.S. popular culture

Editor John Kuo Wei Tchen
Editor Amita Manghnani
Publisher New York University

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Jack G. Shaheen is a scholar and writer noted for addressing racial and ethnic stereotypes proliferated by American media. His work is informed by a significant body of visual material he has compiled over many years, including films, magazine covers, newspaper comic strips, popular novels, movie posters, board games, t-shirts, Halloween costumes, toys, figurines, and other collectibles. A is for Arab: Archiving Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture reproduces numerous objects from the Jack G. Shaheen Archive at New York University's Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives.

A is for Arab : archiving stereotypes in U.S. popular culture, John Kuo Wei Tchen

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