Category: dope

Surveillance in "Catherine Carmier"

Over the past couple of weeks, I have written some posts regarding the idea of surveillance in African American literature and music. During that time, I watched Dope (2015), a movie that deals with identity and society’s perceptions regarding individuals, in this case an African American teenager in Los Angeles who wants to go to Harvard and loves 90’s hip hop. In one scene, … Read More Surveillance in "Catherine Carmier"