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Paris Africain
Rhythms of the African Diaspora
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan
 
 
 
 
 
 
05 Jun 2007
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9781403960047
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The growth of African immigration to France at the end of the Twentieth Century wrought cultural change in this epicentre of the avant-garde in European art and music. James Winders presents the story of African immigrants to France as a unique chapter in the long history of the reception accorded expatriate artists in Paris.


Description

The growth of African immigration to France at the end of the Twentieth Century wrought cultural change in this epicentre of the avant-garde in European art and music. James Winders presents the story of African immigrants to France as a unique chapter in the long history of the reception accorded expatriate artists in Paris.


Contents

Introduction
Immigration in 20th Century France from Belle Epoque to European Union
'African' Pop Music in France
African or French? : Neither and Both
The Mitterand Years
Creole Culture and the Zouk Explosion
The Welcome Mat Withdrawn?: The Second Generation of African Musicians in Paris
Politics of Language and Space: Troubling New Political Prospects and Challenges
Musician of Senegal and Mali: Re-emigrants and Those Who Never Sought to Emigrate
The 'Traditional' Music Backlash
Hybridity and the Future of Francophone Popular Music
'Fourth World' Music and Culture at Century's End


Authors

JAMES A. WINDERS is Professor of History, Appalachain State University, USA.