Table of contents for Blackening Europe : the African American presence / Heike Raphael-Hernandez.


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Acknowledgments
Paul Gilroy, Preface
Heike Raphael-Hernandez, Introduction: Primarizing the African American Experience - 1     
Part I: Creating a Foundation
Jed Rasula, "Jazz as Decal for the European Avant-Garde" - 14
Samir Dayal, "Blackness as Symptom: Josephine Baker and European Identity" - 48
Dorothea Fischer-Hornung, "'Jungle in the Spotlight'? Primitivism and Esteem: Katherine Dunham's 1954 German Tour" - 78
Irina Novikova, "Black Music, White Freedom: Times and Spaces of Jazz Countercultures in the USSR" - 105
Part II: Accompanying Europe into the Twenty-first Century
Johanna C. Kardux, "Monuments of the Black Atlantic: Slavery Memorials in the United States and The Netherlands" - 123
P.A. Skantze, "Dancing Away Towards Home: An Interview with Bill T. Jones about Dancing in Contemporary Europe" - 149
André Lepecki, "The Melancholic Influence of the Post-colonial Spectral: Vera Mantero Summoning Josephine Baker" - 168
María Frías, "Nights of Flamenco and Blues in Spain: From Sorrow Songs to Sole  and Back" - 200
Felicia McCarren, "Monsieur Hip-Hop" - 225
Cathy Covell Waegner, "Rap, Rebounds, and Rocawear: The 'Darkening' of  German Youth Culture" - 249
Éva Miklódy, "A.R.T., Klikk, K.A.O.S. and the Rest: Hungarian Youth Rapping" - 272
Ch. Didier Gondola, "'But I Ain't African, I'm American!' Black American Exiles and the Construction of Racial Identities in Twentieth-Century France" - 293
Alan Rice, "'Heroes across the Sea': Black and White British Fascination with African Americans in Contemporary Black British Fiction by Caryl Phillips and Jackie Kay" - 316
Part III: Turning into Theory for Europe
Sabine Broeck, "Never Shall We Be Slaves - Locke's Treatises, Slavery and Early European Modernity" - 344
Peter Gardner, "Make Capital Out of Their Sympathy: Rhetoric and Reality of U.S. Slavery and Italian Immigrant Prostitution along the Color Line in the Nineteenth and Twenty-first Centuries" - 365
Mihaela Mudure, "Blackening Gypsy Slavery: The Romanian Case" - 384
Heike Raphael-Hernandez, "'Niggas' and 'Skins': African American Youth in Low-income Urban Communities, Right Wing Youth in Former East German Small Towns and Rural Areas and Governmental Failed Youth Politics" - 415
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Blacks Europe Social conditions, Europe Ethnic relations, Europe Race relations, African American jazz musicians Europe, Blacks Europe Public opinion