We Shall Not be Moved/No Nos Moveran: Biography of a Song of Struggle (Hardback)

David Spener

Edité par Temple University Press,U.S., 2016
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Language: English . Brand New Book. The activist anthem We Shall Not Be Moved expresses resolve in the face of adversity; it helps members of social movements persevere in their struggles to build a better world. The exact origins of the song are unknown, but it appears to have begun as a Protestant revival song sung by rural whites and African slaves in the southeastern United States in the early nineteenth century. The song was subsequently adopted by U.S. labor and civil rights activists, students and workers opposing the Franco dictatorship in Spain, and by Chilean supporters of that country s socialist government in the early 1970s. In his fascinating biography, We Shall Not Be Moved, David Spener details the history and the role the song has played in each of the movements in which it has been sung. He analyzes its dissemination, function, and meaning through a number of different sociological and anthropological lenses to explore how songs can serve as an invaluable resource to participants in movements for social change. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : The activist anthem "We Shall Not Be Moved" expresses resolve in the face of adversity; it helps members of social movements persevere in their struggles to build a better world. The exact origins of the song are unknown, but it appears to have begun as a Protestant revival song sung by rural whites and African slaves in the southeastern United States in the early nineteenth century. The song was subsequently adopted by U.S. labor and civil rights activists, students and workers opposing the Franco dictatorship in Spain, and by Chilean supporters of that country's socialist government in the early 1970s. In his fascinating biography, We Shall Not Be Moved, David Spener details the history and the role the song has played in each of the movements in which it has been sung. He analyzes its dissemination, function, and meaning through a number of different sociological and anthropological lenses to explore how songs can serve as an invaluable resource to participants in movements for social change.

Critique: " ""We Shall Not Be Moved/No nos moveran" is the fascinating history of a famous song of struggle. Through his exploration of how floating bridges were constructed between distant communities to support and defend social justice in a variety of political contexts, Spener has made a significant contribution to the anthropology of music. Joaquina Labajo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
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" We Shall Not Be Moved/No nos moveran"is an intriguing and inspiring book. The story of the evolution of We Shall Not Be Moved illuminates the significance of songs as a resource in social movements. This story teaches us a great deal about how major movements in the United States, in Spain, and in Latin Americanot only made history but also made culture. But there is more: This book uncovers the international structures of communication and shared identity that help constitute processes of globalization from below. Richard Flacks, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Titre : We Shall Not be Moved/No Nos Moveran: ...
Éditeur : Temple University Press,U.S.
Date d'édition : 2016
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New

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