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Fed Up: Creating a New Type of Senegal through the Arts – Read Free Now
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Highlights: Senegal in Transition; Cultural Identity and Collective Action; Art, Music and Theatrical Performance
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Fed Up: Creating a New Type of Senegal through the Arts
Guest Editors: Molly Krueger Enz and Devin Bryson
Introduction — Fed Up: Creating a New Type of Senegal Through the Arts
Molly Krueger Enz and Devin Bryson | Full Text: PDF (1-12)
The New Type of Senegalese under Construction: Fadel Barro and Aliou Sané on Yenamarrism after Wade
Sarah Nelson | Abstract | Full Text: PDF (13-32)
The Rise of a New Senegalese Cultural Philosophy?
Devin Bryson | Abstract | Full Text: PDF (33-56)
Nafissatou Dia Diouf’s Critical Look at a “Senegal in the Midst of Transformation”
Molly Krueger Enz | Abstract | Full Text: PDF (57-73)
De-centering Theatrical Heritage: Forum Theater in Contemporary Senegal
Brian Quinn | Abstract | Full Text: PDF (75-88)
“These Walls Belong to Everybody” The Graffiti Art Movement in Dakar
Leslie W. Rabine | Abstract | Full Text: PDF (89-112)
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