In the Fall, I’m thinking of tailoring HUM303: History and Culture to focus on novel-to-film adaptations and including a section on glamour and the film crush. An obvious candidate would be Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein starring Elsa Lanchester.
An image of Lewis Michaux’s African National Memorial bookstore in 1961:
Michaux is featured in The Black Power Mixtape, 1967-1975 which you can screen in full on youtube:
Using “CDMX” as a keyword search on artstor:
Richard Yarde, “Malcolm X” (1978)
based on Malcolm’s mugshot when he was known in Harlem as Detroit Red:
All of these images are from artstor.org
If you’re interested. Doug Henwood’s Left Business Observer is very useful for a critical appraisal of contemporary capitalism’s self-veneration.