EmBODYing Liberation

The Black Body in American Dance

Edited by: Dorothea Fischer-Hornung, Alison D. Goeller

A collection of essays concerning the black body in American dance, EmBODYing Liberation serves as an important contribution to the growing field of scholarship in African American dance, in particular the strategies used by individual artists to contest and liberate racialized stagings of the black body. The collection features special essays by Thomas DeFrantz and Brenda Dixon Gottschild, as well as an interview with Isaac Julien.

152 pages

Publication Date: 3/9/2001
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783825844738

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