Cureton, Steven

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Postmodernity and the History of African American Religious Representations: A Foucauldian Approach 2007 4284 African Americans' religious expression may be significantly related to social change and cultural shifts. African American Christians engaged in worship, praise, and practice, were probably immersed in a fluid interplay between religiosity and spiri...
No Curs Allowed: Exploring the Subculture of Dogmen 2008 13359 The aim of this research project was to explore and provide some insight concerning the otherwise clandestine, underground, subculture of dogfighting. More specifically, dogmen and dogfighting was examined using cinema, electronic media-outlets, and ...
Where do we fit in: the narrative of the Black female athlete 2016 861 This thesis examines the history of Black women and discusses what it has meant and continues to mean to be a Black female athlete. It challenges stereotypes that have defined Black women since slavery and provides how these stigmas have influenced t...
Black masculinity in contemporary cinema 2018 1734 This research explored four movies spanning four separate eras. Content analysis was used to determine if themes emerged with respect to portrayals of Black Masculinity for a Slave era film (1619-1865), a Civil Rights era film (1954-1965), a Ghetto-c...