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Embodying Black experience

Harvey Young

Embodying Black experience

stillness, critical memory, and the Black body

by Harvey Young

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- Race identity,
  • African Americans in popular culture,
  • African Americans in art,
  • Human body -- Social aspects,
  • Body image -- Social aspects,
  • Anthropometry -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHarvey Young.
    SeriesTheater: theory/text/performance
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE185.625 .Y68 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23989063M
    ISBN 109780472071111, 9780472051113
    LC Control Number2009052181

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Embodying Black Experience pinpoints selected artistic and athletic performancesphotography, boxing, theater/performance art, and museum displayas portals through which to gain access to the lived experiences of a variety of individuals.

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Praise / Awards "Embodying Black Experience is performance studies scholarship at its engaged and engaging best." —Theatre Journal "Performance studies scholarship at its engaged and engaging best. Harvey Young’s book contributes valuable detailed local readings of several sites of academic debate a very significant contribution to our understanding of the performance of race, the.

Although book-length accounts of nineteenth-century daguerreotypes, Great Depression photography, African American boxers, the dramaturgy of black playwrights, and the philosophies of museum curators can be-and, often, are-compelling, this book strives to be none of them.

Embodying Black Experience stands at the point where these various Pages: In Embodying Black Experience, Harvey Young masterfully blends biography, archival history, performance theory, and phenomenology to relay the experiences of black men and women who, like Ward, were profoundly affected by the spectacular intrusion of racial violence within their lives.

In Embodying Black Experience, Harvey Young masterfully blends biography, archival history, performance theory, and phenomenology to relay the experiences of black men and women who, like Ward, were profoundly affected by the spectacular intrusion of racial violence within their lives.

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Harvey Young's first book, Embodying Black Experience: Stillness, Critical Memory and the Black Body () chronicles a set of black experiences, or what he calls, "phenomenal blackness," that developed not only from the experience of abuse but also from a variety of performances of resistance that were devised to respond to the highly.

Harvey Young. Embodying Black Experience: Stillness, Critical Memory, and the Black Body. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, pp. $80 cloth/$ paper. Black studies has always been an interdisciplinary enterprise, and in recent decades, black performance theory has flourished within it.

Embodying Black Experience Stillness, Critical Memory, and the Black Body £ In Embodying Black Experience, Harvey Young masterfully blends biography, archival history, performance theory, and phenomenology to relay the experiences of black men and women who, like Ward, were profoundly affected by the spectacular intrusion of racial violence within their lives.

Looking back over the past two hundred yearsfrom the. In "Embodying Black Experience," Harvey Young masterfully blends biography, archival history, performance theory, and phenomenology to relay the experiences of black men and women who, like Ward, were profoundly affected by the spectacular intrusion of racial violence within their lives.

Get this from a library. Embodying Black experience: stillness, critical memory, and the Black body. [Harvey Young] -- How the history of the diasporic black body in American art, athleticism, and performance resonates in daily life. Get this from a library.

Embodying Black experience: stillness, critical memory, and the Black body. [Harvey Young] -- InGeorge Ward, a lynching victim, was attacked, murdered, and dismembered by a mob of white men, women, and children.

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Embodying and re-embodying ensures we have multiple somatic shapes, roles, relationships, and expe-riences. In my book, Embodying Experience, I laid out some of the fundamental principles of what it means to live a formative embodied life: that there is a connection be-tween having experience and embodying experience,File Size: 8MB.Embodying Black Experience: Stillness, Critical Memory, and the Black Body.

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