Scoring Race

Scoring Race

Pim Higginson draws on race theory, aesthetics, cultural studies, musicology, and postcolonial studies to examine the convergence of aesthetics and race in Western thought and to explore its impact onFrancophone African literature.

France's "tumulte noir," the jazz craze between the two world wars, consolidated an aesthetic model present in Western philosophy since Plato that coalesced into French "scientific" racism over the 19th century; a model which formalized… (more)

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Publisher: James Currey (June 16, 2017)

Collection: African Articulations

Page count: 247 pages

Language: English


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