Racism requires a re-evaluation of the new forms of its guises during the postmodern era. This essay attempts to provide such an analysis in the area of films presented in and around Columbus's quincentenary celebrations. It is argued that the representational narrative of the noble savage is called upon to do such an ideological duty. Implications as to why art educators should take-up postmodern racism in films in general is encouraged.
How to Cite:
jagodzinski, j., (1999) “Reading Hollywood's Post-racism: Lessons for Art Education”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 17(1), p.74-90. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.5073