Books in this series consider how race—and intersectional identities generally—is constructed in front of the camera and behind, attending to issues of representation and consumption as well as the making of racialized and anti-racist media phenomena from script to production and policy.

This series responds to the growing area of scholarship on race and media, with its comparative and interdisciplinary approach to media and race. This series will publish books (single authored and edited collections) that will bring different analytical methodologies to bear on the exploration of race and media, helping define this scholarly area of study during this moment of great vitality and growth in the field.

Global Media & Race Book Series
Rutgers University Press. Launched summer 2017.