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Catherine Baker

white Serb) and Jovan Crnović (an African-American who met Brkljač in his hometown, Novi Sad), began making YouTube comedy videos (in Serbian) about Serbian–US cultural encounters in 2013 after Brkljač moved to the USA, with Crnović playing a stereotypical ultra-patriotic Serb. 25 In 2016 they branched out into music video. ‘Balkan Latino’, filmed in Chicago with Joshua Lazu, blended Serbian and Puerto Rican Spanish lyrics, rap and salsa to celebrate Latin American and Balkan friendship. 26 ‘Rintam’ (‘I'm Doing Hard Work’) involved another post-Yugoslav black

in Race and the Yugoslav region
Paul K. Jones

afterwards in the emergent sociology of the ‘new’ popular music. 75 Although Hall initially presents a panoply of folk practices, music and comedy are the two main cultural forms he follows from music hall to popular art (including cinema) to mass art. It is popular music today that most resembles the music hall milieu Hall recognizes as transitional and the features he attributes to jazz and the early skiffle movement in Britain. Hall stresses that his popular artists could challenge their audiences while ‘the mass

in Critical theory and demagogic populism
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The beginning of aesthetic theory and the end of art
Andrew Bowie

example, in forms of production and exchange, and in the legal forms which regulate the distribution and ownership of property. ‘Absolute spirit’, on the other hand, is supposedly not encumbered by the demands of technical and practical reason, and allows thought to be self-determining. The notion will become clearer when we see how Hegel creates a hierarchy of the arts on the basis of their increasing emancipation from the need for physical embodiment, the highest art being the most self-determining manifestation of Geist, namely literature (in the form of comedy

in Aesthetics and subjectivity