Transatlantic Cultural Exchange: African American Women's Art and Activism in West Germany (American Culture Studies)

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"[The book] will appeal to both readers who are new to the field and to those familiar with some of the debates traced, and will no doubt prompt further enquiry in an important and exciting area of study." -- Stella Bolaki, www.caar-web.org, 7 (2013)

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From Josephine Baker's performances in the 1920s to the 1970s solidarity campaigns for Angela Davis, from Audre Lorde as "mother" of the Afro-German movement in the 1980s to the literary stardom of 1993 Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, Germans have actively engaged with African American women's art and activism throughout the 20th century. The discursive strategies that have shaped the (West) German reactions to African American women's social activism and cultural work are examined in this study, which proposes not only a nuanced understanding of 'African Americanizations' as a form of cultural exchange but also sheds new light on the role of African American culture for (West) German society, culture, and national identity.

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Verlag: Transcript Verlag Mrz 2013 (2013)
ISBN 10: 3837622738 ISBN 13: 9783837622737
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Buchbeschreibung Transcript Verlag Mrz 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 226x146x25 mm. Neuware - From Josephine Baker's performances in the 1920s to the 1970s solidarity campaigns for Angela Davis, from Audre Lorde as 'mother' of the Afro-German movement in the 1980s to the literary stardom of 1993 Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, Germans have actively engaged with African American women's art and activism throughout the 20th century. The discursive strategies that have shaped the (West) German reactions to African American women's social activism and cultural work are examined in this study, which proposes not only a nuanced understanding of 'African Americanizations' as a form of cultural exchange but also sheds new light on the role of African American culture for (West) German society, culture, and national identity. 316 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783837622737

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