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Diasporas and Interculturalism in Asian Performing Arts Translating Traditions

by Hae-Kyung Um

  • ISBN: 9780700715862
  • ISBN10: 070071586X

Diasporas and Interculturalism in Asian Performing Arts Translating Traditions

by Hae-Kyung Um

  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publish date: 11/01/2004
  • ISBN: 9780700715862
  • ISBN10: 070071586X
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Description: Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction Part 1: Asian Diasporas and Performing Arts 1. Power, Identity, Modernity and the Performing Arts among Diasporas: Background Ideas from the Chinese Case 2. Morphing Chineseness: The Changing Image of Chinese Music Clubs in Singapore 3. Community, Identity and Performing Arts: The Korean Diaspora in China and the former Soviet Union 4. Dancing in the Tomb of Samba: Japanese-Brazilian Presence/Absence in So Paulo Carnival 5. Noisy Intersection: Ethnicity, Authenticity and Ownership in Asian American Taiko 6. Arangetrams and Manufacturing Identity: The Changing Role of a Bharata Natyam Dancer's Solo Debut in the Context of the Diaspora 7. South Asian Music in Britain 8. Idealization and Changes in the Music of the Cambodian Diaspora 9. Nagi Music and Community: Belonging and Displacement in Larantuka, Eastern Indonesia Part 2: InterculturalPerformances and Transnational Audiences 10. Jingju (Beijing/Peking Opera) as International Art and as Transnational Root of Cultural Identification: Process of Creation and Reception in Shanghai, Nanjing and Honolulu 11. 'Mirrors' of West and 'Mirrors' of East: Elements of Gagaku in Post-War Art Music 12. Theatrical Collaboration in the Age of Globalization: The Gekidan Kaitaisha-NYID Intercultural Collaboration Project Afterword Indext;/EM>8. Idealization and Changes in the Music of the Cambodian Diaspora 9. Nagi Music and Community: Belonging and Displacement in Larantuka, Eastern Indonesia Part 2: InterculturalPerformances and Transnational Audiences 10. Jingju (Beijing/Peking Opera) as International Art and as Transnational Root of Cultural Identification: Process of Creation and Reception in Shanghai, Nanjing and Honolulu 11. 'Mirrors' of West and 'Mirrors' of East: Elements of Gagaku in Post-War Art Music 12. Theatrical Collaboration in the Age of Globalization: The Gekidan Kaitaisha-NYID Intercultural Collaboration Project Afterword Index
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