Soul country and the usa introduces a new framework for a comparative study of these distinct yet related musical genres stephanie shonekan a nigerian immigrant interprets their meaning within the context of race and identity and through the lens of democracy as defined in the american pledge of allegiance. In her book soul country and the usa race and identity in american music culture author stephanie shonekan explores perceptions and resistance to dominant cultural narratives national identities and understanding of the american dream in soul and country music here is an excerpt from shonekans provocative new book. Get this from a library soul country and the usa race and identity in american music culture stephanie shonekan in twenty first century america soul music and country music hold influential positions as the two central flagships that propel the expression and evolution of american popular culture from their . Soul country and the usa race and identity in american music culture by stephanie shonekan basingstoke palgrave macmillan 2015 200 pp isbn 978 1 137 37809 5 volume 37 issue 1 joe street. Soul country and the usa race and identity in american music culture stephanie shonekan
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