Coseffect Edition No. 05
Contemporary popular culture and black womanhood take center stage in this issue. We understand that pop culture as a site where collective social understandings are created. Popular culture thus may model new subject positions, unsettle cultural authorities, and question cultural ideals – intentionally or inadvertently so. The contributions in this issue discuss representations and performances of black womanhood.
We look into the influence that culture has had in the contemporary world and acknowledge women as cultural agents.