Books

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Contemporary Black Women Filmmakers and the Art of Resistance

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Kasi Lemmons: Interviews

 

Articles & Essays

Baker, Christina N. 2021.  "Liberation and Learning from the 60s in One Night in Miami." Flow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture.

Baker, Christina N. 2021. “It Feels Right to Me”:  Epiphanies, Erotic Power, and Eve’s BayouFlow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture.

Baker, Christina N. 2020. "Rap Is Not a Luxury in The Forty-Year-Old Version."  Flow: A Critical Forum on Media and Culture.

Baker, Christina N. 2020.  "Liberation, Love, and Time Travel."  Film Quarterly Quorum.

Baker, Christina N. 2019. “Beyoncé’s Homecoming and the power of Black women filmmakers.” Women’s Media Center.


Baker, Christina N.  2019. “Julie Dash” in Independent Female Filmmakers: A Chronicle through Interviews, Profiles, and Manifestos.  Routledge.


Baker, Christina N. 2016. "Gender and Sexuality in Advertising" in Nancy A. Naples, ed. Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.


Baker, Christina N.  2015. “Gender Differences in the Experiences of African American College Students: The Effects of Co-ethnic Support and Campus Diversity.”  Women, Gender, & Families of Color.  3(1): 36-57.


Baker, Christina N. 2013.  “Social Support and Success in Higher Education: The Influence of On-campus Support on African American and Latino College Students.”  The Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Public Education. 45 (5): 632-650.


Baker, Christina and Belinda Robnett.  2012. “Race, Social Support and College Student Retention: A Case Study.”  Journal of College Student Development. 53(2): 325-335.


Baker, Christina N.  2008. “Under-represented College Students and Extracurricular Involvement: The Effects of Various Student Organizations on Academic Performance.”  Social Psychology of Education.  11(3): 273-298.


Baker, Christina N.  2005. “Images of Women’s Sexuality in Advertisements: A Content Analysis of Black- and White- oriented Men’s and Women’s Magazines.”  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research. 52: 13-27.

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