Blacks and blackface on the Irish stage, 1830-60

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Minstrel shows -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century., Blackface entertainers -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century., Theater -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century., Theater and society -- Ireland., Blacks in litera
Other titlesJournal of American studies.
Statementby Douglas C. Riach.
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Paginationp. 231-241 ;
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Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, –60 - Volume 7 Issue 3 - Douglas C. Riach. blackface performances dating as far back as the s, as well as those of the Virginia Minstrels and later blackface troupes. See Blackett, Building an Antislavery Wall; Fisch, American Slaves in Victorian England; and Taylor, British and American Abolitionists.

chapter one by:   On that note, I will be drawing on Douglas Riach’s article “Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, ” (Journal of American Studies ) and Margaret Greaves piece “Slave Ships and Coffin Ships: Transatlantic Exchanges in Irish-American Blackface Minstrelsy” (Comparative American Studies ) to reveal how the.

Book December Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, – files for the period –60 indicate that a number of American Minstrel Shows visited Ireland at a time when. On the Twelfth of JulyI watched two young men standing on Belfast’s Lisburn Road during the return march of an Orange parade.

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Abstract. Considering the spectacle of a young ‘Blood and Thunder’ band marching in ‘blackface’, during the Twelfth of July Orange Order March in Belfast, as well as Sara Greavu’s artwork All Souls (), which features the identity blurring masquerades of Halloween revelry in Derry, this chapter explores how racial constructions practised today are built on established Author: Suzanna Chan.

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Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, Journal of. Slave Ships and Coffin Ships: Transatlantic Exchanges in Irish-American Blackface Minstrelsy Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, – debased blacks metaphorically engaged in Author: Margaret Greaves.

Riach, Douglas, "Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, ," circa s 6 Richter, Melvin, "Conceptual History (Begriffsgesichte) and Political Theory," 7 Riley, James and others, articles, ss 8 Ritvo, Harriet articles, 9. Description: Journal of American Studies seeks to critique and interrogate the notion of "America", pursuing this through international perspectives on the history, literature, politics and culture of the United States.

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[12] Douglas C. Riach, ‘Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage ’, Journal of American Studies, Vol. 7, No. 3, p. [13] Fionnghuala Sweeney, Frederick Douglass and the Atlantic World (Liverpool ), p.

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‘Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage –60’ is an early adventure into performance studies. 27 On finishing his thesis, Riach immediately placed an article on O’Connell and the crisis of – in Irish Historical Studies and in an essay by him appeared in the collection Daniel O’Connell and His World.

28 Rooted in the Author: Nini Rodgers. Controversy Over the Distribution of Abolition Literature, ebook Download eBook from ISBN number Twisted Tails VIII: Para-Abnormal The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions book.

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Frederick Douglass, Ireland and the Irish Narratives 13 2 Friends and Allies: The Economics of the Text Douglas Riach () 'Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, ', Journal of American Studies, vol.

7, no. 3, p Susan Gubar () Racechanges: White Skin, Black Face in American Culture (Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press), p   33 See Douglass Riach, ‘Blacks and Blackface on the Irish Stage, –60’, Journal of American Studies 7, no. 3 (): –41, 34 See Sarah Meer, Uncle Tom Mania, Slavery, Minstrelsy, and Transatlantic Culture in the s (Athens: University of Georgia Press, ) and Sweeney, Frederick Douglass, 94–Author: Fionnghuala Sweeney.

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