Calling the Tribe: Ancestors, Art, and Social Change

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Title

Calling the Tribe: Ancestors, Art, and Social Change

Description

Performance lecture presented by Dr. Amanda Kemp, visiting scholar in African Studies at Franklin & Marshall College, delivered in Santee Chapel on 24 February 2016. Her performance is part music, part memoir, part dramatic journey to remember our past and reinvigorate people of faith, artists, and social change agents. Featuring African-American spirituals, improvised and classical music. With violinist Michael Jamanis. Sponsored by The Nathan Baxter Fund. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 1 hour, 43 seconds.

Creator

Kemp, Amanda Denise

Contributor

Jamanis, Michael

Publisher

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Theological Seminary

Date

2016

Rights

© Amanda Kemp; posted by permission.

Subject

Social justice in art

Type

Video

Format

digital video (MP4)

Language

English

Citation

Kemp, Amanda Denise, “Calling the Tribe: Ancestors, Art, and Social Change,” Lancaster Theological Seminary Digital Archive , accessed September 26, 2017, http://archive.lancasterseminary.edu/items/show/335.

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