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Read Tango And The Political Economy Of Passion (Institutional Structures of Feeling)How id this even got To Be Published A Very be published A very set of pointless pseudo ideas In response to the reviewer below why a non academic would bot. What is tango Dance music and lyrics of course but also a philosophy a strategy a commodity even a Let Go disease This book explores the politics of tango tracing tango's travels from the brothels of Buenos Aires to the cabarets of Paris and the shakoansu clubs of Tokyo The author is an Argentinean political theorist and a ance professor at the University of California at Riverside She uses her tango tongue to tell interwoven tales sexuality gender race class and national identity Along the way unravels relations between machismo and colonialism postmodernism and patriarchy exoticism and commodification In the end she arrives at a iscours. Her to try and
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