From Black to Schwarz: Cultural Crossovers Between African America and Germany

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LIT Verlag Münster, 2011 - 378 pages
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From Black to Schwarz explores the long and varied history of the exchanges between African America and Germany with a particular focus on cultural interplay. Covering a wide range of media of expression - music, performance, film, scholarship, literature, visual arts, reviews - the essays collected in this volume trace and analyze a cultural interaction, collaboration and mutual transformation that began in the eighteenth century, literally boomed during the Harlem Renaissance/Weimar Republic, could not even be liquidated by the Third Reich's `Degenerate Art' campaigns, and, with new media available to further exchanges, is still increasingly empowering and inspiring participants on both sides of the Atlantic.
 

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Diedrich and Jürgen Heinrichs
9
John A Williams
21
The Africanist Presence in NineteenthCentury German Writers
29
A B Christa Schwarz
49
Peter Schneck
75
Christian Rogowski
97
Jonathan Wipplinger
113
Campt
139
Mark A Reid
213
Angelica Fenner
227
Page R Laws
245
Wright
265
Leesa Rittelmann
287
Jürgen Heinrichs
309
Valerie Cassel Oliver and Ben Patterson
333
Melba Joyce Boyd
351

Gundolf Graml
161
Cliffords Blues as NeoSlave Narrative
187
Notes on the Contributors
371
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