Development drowned and reborn : the blues and bourbon restorations in post-katrina new orleans

Woods, Clyde A

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  • Creator Clyde Woods ; edited by Jordan T. Camp and Laura Pulido
  • Format Books
  • Publication Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press, [2017]
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  • Physical Details
    • xxix, 362 pages : maps ; 23 cm
  • ISBNs 9780820350912, 0820350915, 9780820350929, 0820350923, 9780820350905, 0820350907
  • OCLC ocn988353806

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • "We made it" / by Sunni Patterson -- About Clyde Woods -- Foreword / Jordan T. Camp and Laura Pulido -- The dialectics of Bourbonism and the Blues / Jordan T. Camp and Laura Pulido -- I thought I heard Samba Bambara say : the social construction of New Orleans -- I thought I heard Buddy Bolden say : Reconstruction, Bourbonism, and the Jazz Renaissance Blues as planning -- Hemispheric UNIA and the Great Flood, 1915-1928 -- The share the wealth plan : Longism, 1928-1940 -- The Double V generation and the Blues agenda, 1940-1965 -- The Second Reconstruction, 1965-1977 : the neo-Bourbon war on poverty and massive resistance in concrete -- The disaster before the disaster : oil regimes, plantations economics, and the southern strategy, 1977-2005 -- The new urban crisis : Katrina time and the planned abandonment movement -- The cornerstone of a third reconstruction / Jordan T. Camp and Laura Pulido