Memory and the Transmission of the Aesthetic
Chapter three examines strategic transmission of “folk” dance technique within villages and family compounds as a coded distribution of alternate historical narratives. Entering the context of national display or global arts organizations like Smithsonian and UNESCO, such forms become commodified, yet potentially function to sublimate otherwise suppressed political perspectives.
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