We hope you’re all excited for TODAY’S book talk with UNC history professor “Fitz” Brundage, as he discusses his latest book, Beyond Blackface: African Americans and the Creation of American Popular Culture, 1890-1930 (UNC Press 2011).
Event details (also available on Facebook):
5:00pm Reception | Main Lobby, Wilson Library
5:30pm Program | Pleasants Family Assembly Room
Free and open to the public
In anticipation of this event, Stone Center Librarian Shauna Collier has put together a list of related books available at UNC libraries. Check it out!
- African Americans and US popular culture. Verney, Kevern (2003).
- Ain’t nothing like the real thing : how the Apollo Theater shaped American entertainment. National Museum of African American History and Culture through Smithsonian Books (c2010)
- Audience, agency and identity in Black popular culture. Worsley, Shawan M. (2010).
- Black culture and the New Deal : the quest for civil rights in the Roosevelt era. Sklaroff, Lauren Rebecca (c2009). Also available as an [electronic resource].
- Dreaming of Dixie : how the South was created in American popular culture. Cox, Karen L. (c2011)
- Fly away : the great African American cultural migrations. Rutkoff, Peter M. (2010).
- The Harlem Renaissance. Hillstrom, Kevin (c2008).
- Jump for joy : jazz, basketball, and Black culture in 1930s America. Caponi-Tabery, Gena (c2008).
- Oscar Micheaux and his circle : African-American filmmaking and race cinema of the silent era. Indiana University Press (c2001).
- The Regal Theater and black culture. Semmes, Clovis E. (2006). Also available as an [electronic resource].
- A renaissance in Harlem : lost voices of an American community. Bard (c1999).
- Representing African Americans in transatlantic abolitionism and blackface minstrelsy. Nowatzki, Robert (c2010). Also available as an [electronic resource].
- Swingin’ at the Savoy : the memoir of a jazz dancer. Miller, Norma (1996).
- Swinging the machine : modernity, technology, and African American culture between the World Wars. Dinerstein, Joel (c2003).
Happy reading, and we hope to see you TODAY at 5pm in Wilson Library!