Танец. Балет. Хореография

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"Happy are those who sing and dance": Mobutu, Franco, and the struggle for Zairian identity.

Автор: Carter Grice
Год: 2012
Издание: [не указанo]
Страниц: 118
ISBN: 1249850924
In this thesis, I examine the public rhetoric of two very big men of postcolonial Zaire: master musician Franco Luambo Makiadi, and military dictator Mobutu Sese Seko, whose careers were roughly contemporary. The rhetoric employed by these men held great sway over a newly independent African country and populace seeking to enter the modern world. This rhetoric breaks down along the lines drawn by post-colonial theorists such as Paulo Freire, who analyzed colonialism in terms of a dehumanization/humanization binary perpetuated by a subjective/objective disconnect between postcolonial "revolutionary" leaders and their subjects. Mobutu was such a leader whose rhetoric revealed a pathological separation from his subject audience and a drastic divergence between his "action" and "agenda," which deliberately obfuscated his neocolonial kleptocracy. Franco, in contrast, held deep identification with his audience, the...
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