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Styling Blackness in Chile: Music and Dance in the African Diaspora
Date
2019-05-01 (Creation date: 2018-02-06)
Main contributor
Juan Eduardo Wolf
Summary
This collection of videos to accompany the book, Styling Blackness in Chile: Music and Dance in the African Diaspora, provides examples of the different ways of styling Blackness as described in the book. Styling Blackness as Afro-descendant appears in a 2009 Pascua de los Negros performance; styling Blackness as Criollo appears during Lumbanga's celebration of the 2009 Dia de la Mujer Afro as well as Oro Negro's performance of the baile de tierra during a Chilean Independence parade; styling Blackness as Moreno appears in a presentation by the Hijos de Azapa during the 2008 Fiesta Chica of the Virgen de las Peñas; styling Blackness as Indigenous appears during the 2009 Carnaval Andino with morenada and caporales performances.
Contributors
ONG Oro Negro; Lumbanga; Hijos de Azapa; Morenada Generación 90; Caporales San Pedro de Totora
Publisher
Indiana University Press
Genres
dance; music; event
Time period
2008-2009
Location
Arica, Chile
Collection
Styling Blackness in Chile: Music and Dance in the African Diaspora
Unit
Indiana University Libraries
Language
Spanish
Terms of Use
Fair use, non-commercial, no derivative works
Physical Description
Digital