(E–pub) [African American Dance: An Illustrated History] by Barbara S. Glass
D learning about how society slavery and the African heritage shaped the African American dan. Eritage that spawned African American dance Following is a discussion of the discrimination and marginalization endured by African Americans and the ortitude with which the dance survived and became increasingly important American culture Chapters 2 and 3 explore
Black Dance In The Slavery dance in the slavery the variety of black estivals and gatherings that helped to preserve and showcase African based dance throughout the nineteenth century Remaining chapters outline ten major character. This book offers an in depth look into the history of African American dance I
Really Enjoye. Africans Brought As Slaves enjoye. Africans brought as slaves North America arrived without possessions but not without culture The ascinating elements of African life manifested themselves richly in the New World and among the most lasting and influential of these was the art of African dance This generously illustrated exploration of African American dance history Three Times the Love follows the dynamics of the danceorms throughout each generation Chapter 1 provides introductory information about the African continent and the Ce orm Highly recommended or those looking to learn about African American culture and danc. Istics that
have consistently marked african american dance and describe consistently marked African American dance and describe various styles of black vernacular dance that became popular in America the Ring Shout Buzzard Lope Cakewalk Shimmy Charleston Black Bottom Big Apple Lindy Hop and Chapter 8 concludes with a discussion of African dance at the end of the twentieth century and its important role in the lowering of African American arts Instructors considering this book GREAT INVESTMENT, THE for use in a course may reuest an examination copy here.