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- This biography of American dancer and choreographer Katherine Dunham draws upon a vast, never-utilized archival record to show how she was more than a dancer and anthropologist, but also an intellectual and activist.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Becoming a New Negro in Chicago -- Finding a Politics of Diaspora in the Caribbean -- Aesthetics as Politics -- Race and Representation During World War II -- Rehearsal for Revolution : the Dunham School -- The Unofficial Ambassador of Diaspora : performing abroad -- Living Diaspora in Haiti and Senegal -- The Radical Humanist Meets the Black Power Revolution : Dunham in East St. Louis -- Epilogue : Dunham's Legacy.
Das, Joanna Dee, author.
Katherine Dunham : dance and the African diaspora / Joanna Dee Das.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Online resource; title from home page (University Press Scholarship, viewed November 6, 2020).
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Print version: Dee Das, Joanna. Katherine Dunham. New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017 9780190264871 (DLC) 2016039505 (OCoLC)961408226
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