Why was music key to anticolonial and antiracist cultural politics in interwar Paris? Anne van Mourik interviews Rachel Gillet on her new book 'At Home in Our Sounds: Music, Race, and Cultural Politics in Interwar Paris'. In the aftermath of World War I, Black men and women participated in the Parisian cultural and political life via music. How could music function to build community and assert belonging? And how was it deployed to combat fascism and racism in the early 1930s?
|Outputmedia||audio recording (online)|
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 11 mei 2022|