10 edition of Inside the minstrel mask found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -293) and index.
|Statement||edited by Annemarie Bean, James V. Hatch, and Brooks McNamara ; foreword by Mel Watkins.|
|Contributions||Bean, Annemarie., Hatch, James Vernon, 1928-, McNamara, Brooks.|
|LC Classifications||PN3195 .I58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|ISBN 10||0819552941, 0819563005|
|LC Control Number||96016572|
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The structure of their performances and their removal of 19th century Victorian conventions was typical for all minstrel shows at the time. However, black minstrel performers felt the added responsibility to counter the stereotypes of black identity as laughable, primitive and overly sensual, leading them to develop a self-presentation on stage. Behind the Mask. On the minstrel circuit. Williams and his partner, George Walker, had been knocking about the minstrel circuit for three .
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Inside the minstrel mask book the Minstrel Mask gathers primary sources, classic nineteenth-century accounts of blackface shows, influential modern accounts of the meaning of minstrelsy as a performance and craze, and exciting new work on race, gender and humor in one of the nation's most popular and enduring forms of entertainment."―David Roedigger, University of /5(2).
Inside the Minstrel Mask book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. As the blackface minstrel show evolved from its beginnings in the /5(19).
Inside the Minstrel Mask: Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy Annemarie Bean, James V. Hatch, Brooks McNamara, Chair Department of Performing Arts Brooks McNamara Wesleyan University Press, - Literary Criticism - pages.
Inside the Minstrel Mask gathers primary sources, classic nineteenth-century accounts of blackface shows, influential modern accounts of the meaning of minstrelsy as a performance and craze, and exciting new work on race, gender and humor in one of the nation's most popular and enduring forms of entertainment."—David Roedigger, University of.
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Inside the Minstrel Mask: Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy Article (PDF Available) in American Music 19(3) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Inside the Minstrel Mask: Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy.
For further information on minstrelsy in nineteenth-century America, the Center for American Music recommends following books and websites: Books • Bean, Annemarie, James V.
Hatch, and Brooks McNamara, eds. Inside the Minstrel Mask: Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy. Middletown, CT: Weslyan University Press, Inside the Minstrel Mask, Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy -- Annemarie Bean Introducing Bert Williams -- Camille F.
Forbes Jim Crow, American: Selected Songs and Plays -- W. Lhamon Jr. Love and Theft: Blackface Minstrelsy and the American Working Class -- Eric Lott Men in Blackface -- Seymour Stark.
By locating minstrel performances within their complex sites of production, Mahar offers a significant reassessment of the historiography of the field. Behind the Burnt Cork Mask promises to redefine the study of blackface minstrelsy, charting new directions for future inquiries by scholars in American studies, popular culture, and musicology.
Bean, A. M., Hatch, J. V., & McNamara, B. Inside the Minstrel Mask. Middletown, Ct: Wesleyan University Press. Carlin, B. The Birth of. Book Research, - History of African-American Theatre Research and Research: General, - Photocopy: Inside the Minstrel Mask ed.
Annemarie Bean, James V. Hatch and Brooks McNamara, A very important book and a essential read for anyone with a serious interest in the history of the Minstrel period in American History. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse I reccommend Inside the Minstrel Mask.
A fascinating survey of the minstrel show, including some of the songs and skits that were popular. Also includes some astute analysis /5. Inside the Minstrel Mask gathers primary sources, classic nineteenth-century accounts of blackface shows, influential modern accounts of the meaning of minstrelsy as a performance and craze, and exciting new work on race, gender and humor in one of the nation’s most popular and enduring forms of.
Nevertheless, our most searching investigation of minstrel music remains a few late-'70s and early-'80s articles by banjo-playing ethnomusicologist Robert B. Winans, the most important of which, "Early Minstrel-Show Music, ," is collected in Inside the Minstrel Mask.
To my knowledge, Winans was first to suggest the debt owed minstrelsy. Masks and Minstrels 1 Day High School American Literature/American Studies DESIRED RESULTS: What are the “big ideas” that drive this lesson. o Mark Twain was influenced by minstrel shows in his youth and many commentators have noted that the stereotypical stock characters of the minstrel show have a resemblance to “Jim” in.
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Blackface is "a form of racist caricature invented by white Americans in the minstrel-show days of the s," says American academic John Strausbaugh in his book, Black Like You. Get this from a library. Inside the minstrel mask: readings in nineteenth-century blackface minstrelsy.
[Annemarie Bean; James V Hatch; Brooks McNamara; Mel Watkins;] -- The blackface minstrel show occupies a central and contested space in the history of American popular culture. Its imitations and parodies helped shape society's perceptions of African Americans. The Minstrel (11 March – 3 September ) was a Canadian-bred, Irish-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and in Ontario, he was sold as a yearling and exported to Europe, where he was campaigned in Ireland and the United a two-year-old The Minstrel was unbeaten in three races including the Dewhurst Stakes, but lost two of his first three starts in.
Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1. Inside the minstrel mask: readings in nineteenth-century blackface minstrelsy: 1.Inside the Minstrel Mask Readings in Nineteenth-Century Blackface Minstrelsy Annemarie Bean, ed.; James V.
Hatch, ed.; Brooks McNamara, ed.; Mel Watkins, fwd. Wesleyan University Press: Contents • Introduction • Early Minstrelsy • Political Climate • The Show • Music • Humor • Dance • Images of Gender and Class • Continuum.- Minstrel Days: n/a: 9/15/ - New York Times $ Inside the Minstrel Mask: $ - Blacking Up: $ - History of the Minstrel: $ - More Minstrel Banjo $ Minstrel, People of the Middle Ages: $ - Minstrel Boy: $ - Behind the Burnt Cork Mask $ Raising Cain from Minstrel to Hip hop $ Men In Blackface.