Carnival Culture in Action - The Trinidad Experience

ISBN-10: 0415271290

ISBN-13: 9780415271295

Edition: 2004

Authors: Milla Cozart Riggio

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'Carnival' contests the established definition of carnival as inversive or subversive, offering a new perspective that focuses on the hierarchy within the actual festival event, rather than the one that it displaces or negates.
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List price: $48.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 12/3/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 344
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.518
Language: English

Milla Cozart Riggio is professor of English at Trinity College, Hartford.

List of Illustrationsnbsp
Foreword: Carnival (Theory) after Bakhtinnbsp
Time Out or Time In?
The Urban Communities of Carnivalnbsp
Carnival Timelinenbsp
Tobago Carnival - From the Nineteenth Century to the Presentnbsp
The Carnival Story Then and Now: Introduction to Partnbsp;1nbsp
Cannes Bruléesnbsp
The Trinidad Carnival in the Late Nineteenth Centurynbsp
The Martinican: Dress and Politics in Nineteenth-century Trinidad Carnivalnbsp
Indian Presence in Carnivalnbsp; nbsp
Chinese in Trinidad Carnivalnbsp
Playin' Yuhself - Masking the Other: Tradition and Change in Carnival Masqueradesnbsp
'Play Mas' - Play Me, Play We: Introduction to Part 2nbsp;nbsp
Peter Minshall: A Voice to Add to the Song of the Universe An Interviewnbsp
Amerindian Masking in Trinidad's Carnival: The House of Black Elk in San Fernandonbsp
The Blue Devils of Paramin: Tradition and Improvisation in a Village Carnival Bandnbsp
Paramin Blue Devils: A Photographic Essaynbsp
'The Jouvay Theatre Process': From the Street to the Stagenbsp
Carnival People, 1998-2002: A Photographic Essaynbsp
Pan and Calypso - Carnival Beats
We Jamming It: Introduction to Part 3nbsp
The Emancipation-Jouvay Tradition and the Almost Loss of Pannbsp
Voices of Steel: A Historical Perspectivenbsp
Notes on Pannbsp
Reinventing Calypsonbsp
On Redefining the Nation through Party Musicnbsp
Carnival Diaspora 2 0. The Festival Heard Round the World: Introduction to Partnbsp;4nbsp
Globalization in Reverse: The Export of Trinidad Carnivalnbsp
Carnival in Leeds and London, UK: Making New Black British Subjectivitiesnbsp
'New York Equalize You?' Change and Continuity in Brooklyn' Labor Day Carnivalnbsp
Trinidad Carnival Glossarynbsp;nbsp;Contributorsnbsp; Works Cited nbsp
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