New @the SCL, Part 2: The Arts!
Welcome back, faithful readers! Yesterday we posted the first of three listings of new books currently on display here at the Stone Center Library. Today’s new titles cover a wide range of the arts, including dance, film, music, and visual arts.
The Devil Finds Work (James Baldwin)
Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present (Robin R. Means Coleman)
Black Social Dance in Television Advertising: An Analytical History (Carla Stalling Huntington)
Marion D. Cuyjet and Her Judimar School of Dance: Training Black Ballerinas in Black Philadelphia 1948-1971 (Melanye White Dixon; with a Foreword by Lynette Young Overby)
The Dance Claimed Me: a Biography of Pearl Primus (Peggy & Murray Schwartz)
The Life, Art, and Times of Joseph Delaney, 1904-1991 (Frederick C. Moffatt)
A to Z of African Americans: African Americans in the Visual Arts (Steven Otfinoski)
Back in the Days: Remix (Photographs by Jamel Shabazz)
Slaves Waiting for Sale: Abolitionist Art and the American Slave Trade (Maurie D. McInnis)
Intrigued by any of the above titles? Click on the links for a brief summary or come by the Library and peruse at your leisure!
Coming tomorrow: post three of three, featuring a bevy of hot topics such as religion, gender studies, and more… stay tuned!
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