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Carolyn Cooper launches new book
17 April 05
Dr Carolyn Cooper launches her second book on dancehall culture in 11 years - Sound Clash: Dancehall Culture at Large.
Dr Carolyn Cooper launches her second book on dancehall culture in 11 years - Sound Clash: Dancehall Culture at Large on Tuesday next at the undercroft of the Senate Building at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona.

A number of dancehall artistes featured in the book, along with the L'Acadco dancers, will be featured at the book launch along with guest speaker, former Opposition leader and Prime Minister, Edward Seaga.

Like in her first book, Noises In The Blood, (1994) which explored Jamaica's popular culture, the professor of literature continues her passionate crusade to prove that dancehall music is not only about imbecility and vulgarity.

Printed in New York by publisher Palgrave MacMillan, the 348-page book deals with all the topical issues concerning the dancehall ethos over which debates are raging within the society.

Matters of dress code, female sexuality, Lady Saw's raunchy dancehall rituals, lyrical content, chanting down Babylon from Bob Marley to Capleton are included in the range of issues that have all been addressed in the book, which has so far enjoyed creative endorsements from a number of distinguished authors and writers.

Author of Satisfy My Soul and Waiting In Vain, Colin Channer, states that with Sound Clash, Carolyn Cooper, who also initiated the Reggae Studies Unit at the UWI, has rescued the debate about the importance of dancehall music from "know-it-alls and know-nothings."

The promoter of the yearly literary festival, Calabash, wrote: "With insight, humour, and an elastic intelligence that ranges with assurance over what has become the tricky terrain of contemporary literary theory, Cooper makes compelling - and as usual controversial, arguments about the fundamental relevance of dancehall music to the critical understanding of Jamaican culture to claat."

And in his recommendation of Sound Clash, Kwame Dawes, author of Bob Marley: Lyrical Genius, observes: "At last, a book by a Jamaican that finally announces the powerful artistry and political force of artistes like Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer, Sizzla Lady Saw, Capleton and many of the dancehall poets whose works have dominated the sound systems in Jamaica, the Caribbean, and around the world."

Posted by: Hacki
LINK: www.jamaicaobserver.com/lifestyle/html/20050416...
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