Johnson, Amber L. "The dark matter(s) of Wakanda. A poetic performative." In: Review of Communication 20.3 (2020), S. 244–249.
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Keywords: "Black Panther", Gender, Identity, Intersectionality, Superhero, USA
Collection: Review of Communication
Black Panther (2018) uplifted and affirmed Blackness for many Black Americans and across the African diaspora; however, Black Panther's reimagining required a return to dark matter for bodies marginalized beyond race. This essay uses autopoetic and performative writing to unpack the moments of compulsory social identity expression that cloak non-normative narratives of existence as nonexistent, uninhabitable, and undesirable.
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