Rhythms Of Race

Author: Christina D. Abreu
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469620855
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In her history of music and race in midcentury America, Christina D. Abreu argues that these musicians, through their work in music festivals, nightclubs, social clubs, and television and film productions, played central roles in the ...

Rhythm And Race In Modernist Poetry And Science

Author: Michael Golston
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231512336
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His notion that in the future, the sociopolitical order of the day will involve uniting
integrated individuals into large, racially distinct, "automatized" social groups,
presided over by geniuses who express a nation's soul by uniting its multifarious
rhythms and who implement ideologies grounding these political states in the "
natural rhythms" of the cosmos and the race, is uncannily prophetic: Rhythm is a
force analogous to electricity and the great chemical and physical elements, —
an ...

Rhythms Of The Afro Atlantic World

Author: Mamadou Diouf
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472070967
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He is the author of From Douglass to Duvalier: U.S. African Americans, Haiti, and
Pan Americanism, 1870–1964 and is working on a second project that examines
the cultural politics of race,space, and urban memory in Boston,Massachusetts.
Raquel Z. Rivera is a writer and Affiliated Scholar of the Center for Puerto Rican
Studies at Hunter College. She coedited an anthology with Deborah Pacini
Hernandez and Wayne Marshall entitled Reggaeton (2009). Her book New York
Ricans ...

The Rhythms Of Black Folk

Author: Jon Michael Spencer
Publisher: Africa World Pr
ISBN:
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In this book, Jon Michael Spencer argues that African rhythm, particularly African rhythm in the New World, gives rise to the distinctive qualities of black cultures.

Deleuze And Race

Author: Arun Saldanha
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748669612
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temporal rhythms of race-intimacy assemblages for which spatialisation is only
secondary. The transformations of race-intimacy assemblages thus become
chronicled as a temporally linear narrative of monochromatic romance that the
organic regime of film offers to tell. Organic narration traces the effects of
monochromatic romance on couples: racism's eventual triumph over intimacy,
then the eventual nullification of racism by true love. It proceeds causally,
displaying clearly what ...

Crossroutes The Meanings Of Race For The 21st Century

Author: Paola Boi
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 9783825866518
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... pieces of steel, bones, bottles, wooden sticks and broom straws that were used
as musical instruments to provide rhythm. The practice of "patting juba," a type of
rhythmic accompaniment performed by an individual clapping and patting their
legs, arms and torso, was also mentioned. Horns are described that were used
as a form of communication to awaken slaves before dawn, summon slaves from
the fields, and as a signal for slave gatherings (in one case "the horn was over a
foot ...

Race And The Modern Artist

Author: Heather Hathaway
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195352627
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I would say that the combination of blue jeans, appropriate for such a dance as
rock and roll, African American rhythms, and a personal return to the body from
an abstraction of ideology had more to do with ending the cold war and
overthrowing the absolutist bureaucracies of the socialist countries than all of the
military threats. Well, that's why the totalitarian authorities were so afraid of jazz
and later of rock, of course. All dictatorships were afraid of rock and roll and jazz.
They thought it ...

Cross Rhythms

Author: Keren Omry
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441154922
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Chapter 1 Blues notes: a discourse of race in the poetry of Langston Hughes, in
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston and in Corregidora by
Gayl Jones Crazy Blues. St. Louis Blues. Rhapsody in Blue. Blues for Mister
Charlie. Blue Moon. Blue Light. What did I do to be so Black and Blue? The
Bluest Eye. Kind of Blue. Biloxi Blues. Reservation Blues. My Blue Heaven. Blue
Note. China Blue. The blues offers a pervasive and familiar resource of images,
sounds, idioms ...

Eminem And Rap Poetry Race

Author: Scott F. Parker
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 147661864X
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One of the fundamental building blocks of rap, as it is for all types of music, is
rhythm. However, what separates the rhythms of rap's words from those found in
most other types of music, such as folk, is their highly developed complexity.
Rather than being random, completely improvised, or even a complicated type of
rhythmic swing that makes a music's beats flow together, a rapper's lyrics are
delivered in complex rhythmic subdivisions like noctuplets or septuplets. To not
recognize or ...

In The Culture Society

Author: Angela McRobbie
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136180389
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Rhythms. of. Sex. and. Race. in. Popular. Music. Popular music has occupied an
unstableanduncertain placewithin the mainstream of cultural and media studies.
More significant,however, the fact is that what were the accepted critical
categories and grids of classification in this field of study are now urgently in
need of revision. The world of popular music has moved rapidly and changed
dramatically through the availability of new musical technologies and techniques.
Ithas so forcefully ...