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American Civ presentation: tap dancing

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Caroline Garity

on 30 November 2010

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Tap: The First "American" Dance Irish and African Roots Five Points District John Diamond William Lane
"Master Juba" White Blackface vs. Black Blackface
Stereotypes broken and continued Popularity and Future of Tap Irish clogger Integration of Movement
+ Why it became "American"
- Flexibility: not related to a single institution or limited to a small elite group
- Lack of structure: allows for improvisation and individuality
- Different contexts: was entertainment art but also recreational/street dance kjkdjkasj sfwgwg
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