Race and Performance after Repetition

Colbert, Soyica Diggs and Jones, Douglas A. and Vogel, Shane. Race and Performance after Repetition. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2020.

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Abstract (English)

"The contributors to Race and Performance after Repetition explore how theater and performance studies account for the complex relationship between race and time. Pointing out that repetition has been the primary point of reference for understanding both the complex temporality of theater and the historical persistence of race, they identify and pursue critical alternatives to the conceptualization, organization, measurement, and politics of race in performance. The contributors examine theater, performance art, music, sports, dance, photography, and other forms of performance in topics that range from the movement of boxer Joe Louis to George C. Wolfe's 2016 reimagining of the 1921 all-black musical comedy Shuffle Along to the relationship between dance, mourning, and black adolescence in Flying Lotus's music video “Never Catch Me.” Proposing a spectrum of coexisting racial temporalities that are not tethered to repetition, this collection reconsiders central theories in performance studies in order to find new understandings of race." -- Publisher's website.

Types: Anthologies, essays, collections
All Contributors: Colbert, Soyica Diggs (Author); Colbert, Soyica Diggs (Editor); Jones, Douglas A. (Author); Jones, Doulas A. (Editor); Vogel, Shane (Author); , (Editor)
Dossier: en commande
ISBN: 9781478008293
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Durham, NC: Duke University Press
Keywords: PERFORMANCE
Copyright Statement: Duke University Press
Deposited by: Collections
Date Deposited: 21 Oct 2020 20:51
Last Modified: 21 Oct 2020 20:56
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/32220
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