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by Garth L. Green,Philip W. Scher

  • ISBN: 0253348234
  • Category: History
  • Author: Garth L. Green,Philip W. Scher
  • Subcategory: Americas
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (March 28, 2007)
  • Pages: 272 pages
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In Trinidad Carnival, Garth L. Green, Philip W. Scher, and an international group of scholars explore Carnival as a. .

In Trinidad Carnival, Garth L. Scher, and an international group of scholars explore Carnival as a reflection of the nation and culture of Trinidad and Trinidadians worldwide. The nine essays cover topics such as women in Carnival, the politics and poetics of Carnival, Carnival and cultural memory, Carnival as a tourist enterprise, the steelband music of Carnival, Calypso music on the world stage, Carnival and rap, and Carnival as a global celebration.

ditors Garth L. Green and Philip W. Scher have gathered a thought-provoking collection of essays that extend our understanding of Trinidadian festivals and festival arts at home and abroad. Journal of American Folklore). provides interesting and thought provoking reading. 2009 (Donna Chambers University of Surrey). This collection of essays is a fascinating look at contemporary Carnival a.

Garth L. Scher, eds. Trinidad Carnival: The Cultural . Trinidad Carnival: The Cultural Politics of a Transnational Festival. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007. Scher also discusses the of Carnival cultural products, such as the susu, roti skins, and Carib beer.

Chapters 4 through 6 examine the influence of transnational Trinidadian communities on Carnival practice at home and abroad

Chapters 4 through 6 examine the influence of transnational Trinidadian communities on Carnival practice at home and abroad. In chapter 4, Scher discusses the formative role of nostalgia in contemporary Carnival. He attributes the recent revival of the 1960s-era steel band and sailor masquerades to returning migrants who restage the Carnival of their youth.

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In Trinidad Carnival, Garth L. Scher, and an international group of scholars explore Carnival as a reflection of the nation and culture of Trinidad and Trinidadians worldwide For readers interested in the history and current expression of Carnival, this volume offers a multidimensional and transnational view of Carnival as a representation of Trinidad and Caribbean culture everywhere. Contributors are Robin Balliger, Shannon Dudley, Pamela R. Franco, Patricia A. de Freitas, Ray Funk, Garth L. Green, Donald R. Hill, Lyndon Phillip, Victoria Razak, and Philip W. Indiana University Press.

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a b Green, Garth L. & Scher, Philip W. (2007), Trinidad Carnival: The cultural politics of a transnational festival, Indiana University Press (retrieved via Google Books), p. 190, retrieved 2010-11-27. Mary Ann First known recording by Roaring Lion, circa 1945 (on YouTube).

Like many Caribbean nations, Trinidad has felt the effects of globalization on its economy, politics, and expressive culture. Even Carnival, once a clandestine folk celebration, has been transformed into a major transnational festival. In Trinidad Carnival, Garth L. Green, Philip W. Scher, and an international group of scholars explore Carnival as a reflection of the nation and culture of Trinidad and Trinidadians worldwide. The nine essays cover topics such as women in Carnival, the politics and poetics of Carnival, Carnival and cultural memory, Carnival as a tourist enterprise, the steelband music of Carnival, Calypso music on the world stage, Carnival and rap, and Carnival as a global celebration. For readers interested in the history and current expression of Carnival, this volume offers a multidimensional and transnational view of Carnival as a representation of Trinidad and Caribbean culture everywhere.

Contributors are Robin Balliger, Shannon Dudley, Pamela R. Franco, Patricia A. de Freitas, Ray Funk, Garth L. Green, Donald R. Hill, Lyndon Phillip, Victoria Razak, and Philip W. Scher.



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