Representations of blackness and the performance of identities

Auteur(s) : Rahier, Jean Muteba (Éd.)Description matérielle : 264 p. : photos en noir et blanc ; 24 cm.Publication : Westport (Conn.) : Bergin and Garvey, 1999.Cote : DSC.50Note : Bibliographie p. 235-254. Index.Note complémentaire : Dédicace.
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Festive rituals, religious associations, and ethnic reaffirmation of black Andalusians: antecedents of the black confraternities and Cabildos in the Americas / Moreno, Isidoro --

Presence of blackness and representations of jewishness in the Afro-Esmeraldian celebrations of the Semana Santa (Ecuador) / Rahier, Jean Muteba --

Re-/presenting black female identity in Brazil: "filhas d'oxum" in Bahia carnival / Boyce Davies, Carole --

Samba schools: the logic of orgy and blackness in Rio de Janeiro / Sepúlveda dos Santos, Myrian --

On the apparent carnivalization of literature from the French Caribbean / Condé, Maryse --

Kwanzaa and the U.S. ethnic mosaic / Hernandez-Reguant, Ariana --

Identity, arena, and performance: being West Indian in the San Francisco Bay Area / Hintzen, Percy C. --

Uptown ladies and downtown women: female representations of class and color in Jamaica / Ulysse, Gina --

Representations of blackness in Colombian popular music / Wade, Peter --

In memory of the slaves: an African view of the diaspora in the Americas / Sutherland, Peter --

Imagery of "Blackness" in indigenous myth, discourse and ritual / Whitten, Norman E. (Jr.) et Corr, Rachel.

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