Ring shout wheel about the racial politics of music and dance in north american slavery by dyonne thompson katrina urbana il university of illinois press 2014 pp xii 244 3000. It was a typical sunday on that september 9 1739 in south carolina the enslaved communities throughout a burgeoning north america customarily gathered on this day for the upkeep of their homes to enhance family solidarity and to exchange the collective cultural expressions of music song and dance these gatherings allowed for a temporary relaxation the brief deliverance from fear and from the lash producing a metamorphosis in their appearance and demeanor1 the black . Ring shout wheel about the racial politics of music and dance in north american slavery in this ambitious project historian katrina thompson examines the conceptualization and staging of race through the performance sometimes coerced of black dance from the slave ship to the minstrel stage. Ring shout wheel about the racial politics of music and dance in north american slavery katrina dyonne thompson format book published urbana university of illinois press 2014 description x 242 pages illustrations 23 cm notes includes bibliographical references and index contents
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