Vol. 4 Nbr. 4, June 2011
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- Editorial: Skin Bleaching and Global White Supremacy.
- Skin bleaching and global White supremacy: by way of introduction.
- Skin bleach and civilization: the racial formation of blackness in 1920s Harlem.
- Visual representations of feminine beauty in the Black press: 1915-1950.
- Black no more: skin bleaching and the emergence of New Negro womanhood beauty culture.
- The derogatory representations of the skin bleaching products sold in Harlem.
- Buying racial capital: skin-bleaching and cosmetic surgery in a globalized world.
- From Browning to Cake Soap: popular debates on skin bleaching in the Jamaican Dancehall.
- Shona proverbial implications on skin bleaching: some philosophical insights.
- Commentary: on skin bleaching and lightening as psychological misorientation mental disorder.