The first full study of black female characters in speculative film and television where no black woman has gone before shows why heroines such as lex in avp and zo in firefly are inspiring a generation of fans just as uhura did. When lieutenant uhura took her place on the bridge of the starship enterprise on star trek the actress nichelle nichols went where no african american woman had ever gone beforeyet several decades passed before many other black women began playing significant roles in speculative ie science fiction fantasy and horror film and television a troubling omission giv. Where no black woman has gone before an interview with diana adesola mafe as an associate professor of english at denison university diana adesola mafe makes her stride in the resistance where she teaches courses in postcolonial gender and black studies. Going where no black woman has gone before with scholar diana mafe professor scholar and gamer diana mafe is an explorer as the author of where no black woman has gone before subversive portrayals in speculative film and tv she investigates how black female characters in speculative narratives became sociopolitical symbols of their time. The tuesday lunch series welcomes diana mafe associate professor of english presenting where no black woman has gone before subversive portrayals in speculative film and tv mafes
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