With the publication of Race, Culture and Media, Anamik Saha has established himself as one of the leading critical theorists of race and the media. The book is at once both an original contribution to the fields of race, culture and media and also a comprehensive summation of the current debates. In short, there is no clearer introduction to the complex interrelations between race, culture and media available today.
Race, Culture and Media offers crucial insights regarding a wide range of themes and issues related to the relationship between nationalism, multiculturalism, race, capitalism, and media. The book reflects on significant moments in history, contemporary media examples, and cultural production changes. This is a text that is sure to shape future discussions about race, culture and media.
For students taking a critical stance in their dissertation.