Choreographies of african identities negritude dance and the national ballet of senegal amazonde francesca castaldi fremdsprachige bucher. Choreographies of african identities is divided into eight chapters framed by an introduction about positionality and the choreography of theory and a conclusion which reconsiders negritude in relation to ethnicity youth culture and the postcolonial senegalese state castaldi identifies three interpretative tracks or analytic layers in her work which interlock like a musical score the first investigates how the ballet was positioned in a californian theatre with . Choreographies of african identities traces interconnected interpretative frameworks around and about the national ballet of senegal using the metaphor of a dancing circle castaldis arguments cover the full spectrum of performance from production to circulation and reception castaldi first situates the reader in a north american theater focusing on the relationship between dancers and audiences as that between black performers and white spectators she then examines the work of the . Choreographies of african identities negritude dance and the national ballet of senegal by francesca castaldi urbana and chicago university of illinois press 2006 246 pp 50 cloth 25 paper. Choreographies of african identities negritude dance and the national ballet of senegal by francesca castaldi 2006 urbana university of illinois press 264 pp 5000 cloth 2500 paper volume 41 issue 1 ninotchka devorah bennahum
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