Black Feminist Performances of the 1920
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SourceDr. Jazz Magazine, 252, 59, (2021), pp. 27-31
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Engelse en Amerikaanse Letterkunde en Cultuur
Dr. Jazz Magazine
SubjectCultures of War and Liberation; Europe in a Changing World; Memory, Materiality and Affect in the Age of Transnationalism
Spooky tales of murder, sex, and disease form an essential part of American blues. While murder ballads in 19th century and arly 20th century bluegrass music have been written and performed by men objectifying women in gruesome tales of killings, the early history of 20th century blues recordings offer a different perspective through the shift of gender in the performance.
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