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Do you remember house?

Chicago's queer of color undergrounds
Author: Search for this author Salkind, Micah E. (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Micah Salkind
Year: 2019
Publisher: New York, NY, Oxford University Press
Series: Oxford scholarship online
Media group: E-Book
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This interdisciplinary study historicizes house music, the rhythmically focused electronic dance sound born in the post-industrial maroon spaces of Chicago's queer, black, and Latino social dancers. Working from oral history interviews, archival research, and performance ethnography, it argues that the remediation and adaptation of house by multiple and overlapping crossover communities in its first decade shaped the ways that contemporary Chicago house music producers, DJs, dancers, and promoters re-remember and re-animate house as an archive indexing experiences of queer of colour congregation

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Author: Search for this author Salkind, Micah E. (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Micah Salkind
Year: 2019
Publisher: New York, NY, Oxford University Press
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ISBN: 9780190698454
Description: 1 Online-Ressource, illustrations (black and white)
Series: Oxford scholarship online
Tags: Homosexuality and popular music; House music / History and criticism; African American gays; House music ; Illinois ; Chicago ; History and criticism; Homosexuality and popular music ; Illinois ; Chicago; African American gays ; Illinois ; Chicago
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Language: Englisch
Footnote: Includes bibliographical references and index
Media group: E-Book