Katherine Dunham: Dance and the African Diaspora (SALE)
By Joanna Dee Das
Katherine Dunham: Dance and the African Diaspora makes the argument that Dunham was more than a dancer-she was an intellectual and activist committed to using dance to fight for racial justice. Dunham saw dance as a tool of liberation, as a way for people of African descent to reclaim their history and forge a new future. She put her theories into motion not only through performance, but also through education, scholarship, travel, and choices about her own life.
Published by Oxford University Press
1.2" x 9.4" x 6.2" / 1.19 lbs