In tropical riffs jason borge traces how jazz helped forge modern identities and national imaginaries in latin america during the mid twentieth century across latin america jazz functioned as a conduit through which debates about race sexuality nation technology and modernity raged in newspapers magazines literature and film. Tropical riffs latin america and the politics of jazz jason borge format book published durham duke university press 2018 description ix 266 pages illustrations 23 cm tropical riffs latin america and the politics of jazz borge jason 1965 ml3918j39 b674 2018. Find all dance events on mapdance the app in 20 languages has thousands of parties festivals classes workshops etc fill dance agenda with salsa bachata kizomba tango or swing parties wherever you are in the world. Borge is associate professor of spanish and portuguese at the university of texas austinhis book is tropical riffs latin america and the politics of jazz gennari is associate professor of english and critical race and ethnic studies at the university of vermont
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