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Wicked theory, naked practice : a Fred Ho reader

Author: Fred Wei-han Ho; Diane Carol Fujino
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2009.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Wei-han Ho; Diane Carol Fujino
ISBN: 9780816656844 0816656843 9780816656851 0816656851
OCLC Number: 247440882
Description: xii, 427 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The movement and the self. From banana to Third World Marxist ; Beyond Asian American jazz : my musical and political changes in the Asian American movement ; Interview with Chris Mitchell --
Music, aesthetics, and cultural production. What makes "jazz" the revolutionary music of the twentieth century, and will it be revolutionary for the twenty-first century? ; Musical borrowings, exchanges, and fusions : new/experimental genres ; Kreolization and the hybridity of resistance vs. cultural imperialism ; Highlights in the history of "jazz" not covered by Ken Burns : a request from Ishmael Reed ; The damned don't cry : the life and music of Calvin Massey ; How to sell but not sell out : personal lessons from making a career as a subversive and radical performing artist ; Big Red Media, Inc., a composer/musician-driven production company : doing it yourself --
Asian Pacific American cultural theory and criticism. An Asian American tribute to the black arts movement ; Asian American music and empowerment : is there such a thing as "Asian American jazz"? ; Interview with Amy Ling ; A voice is a voice, but what is it saying? (with Arthur Song) ; Where is the Asian American love? ; Bamboo that snaps back! Resistance and revolution in Asian Pacific American working-class and left-wing expressive culture ; Tomoe Tana : keeping alive Japanese American tanka ; Hole hole bushi : cultural/musical resistance by Japanese women plantation workers in early twentieth-century Hawaii (with Susan Asai) --
Wicked theory, naked practice. The inspiration of Mao and the Chinese revolution on the black liberation movement and the Asian movement on the East Coast ; Notes on the national question : oppressed nations and liberation struggles within the U.S.A. ; Matriarchy : the first and final communism ; Momentum for change : lessons for the East Coast Asian student movement ; Flags, falsehoods, and fascism : as long as imperialism exists, chickens will come home to roost!
Other Titles: Fred Ho reader
Responsibility: Fred Ho ; edited by Diane C. Fujino ; foreword by Robin D.G. Kelley ; afterword by Bill V. Mullen.
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