If you’re a fan of Beyoncé and you’re bored in class, maybe it’s time to go to Denmark. The proposal of the musicology professor Erik Steinskog to put in place a course specially dedicated to the singer attracted the University of Copenhagen. This year, students will be able to choose this option, as long as the material makes them vibrate.
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“Beyoncé allows us to focus on Afro-American feminism that she distills in all her albums, her last two in particular. We will analyze his performances, his videos, and others, through an analytical reading, in order to lead our students on the shores of Afro-feminism, a theme little studied in Denmark, “explained the professor at the Huffington Post.
Indeed, with his last album “Lemonade”, the wife of the rapper Jay-Z definitively entered the feminist category. And the professor did not fail to emphasize it: “It is a masterpiece in the matter. The album addresses the themes of women’s takeover and it features many collaborators. ”See More: Samantha hot stills from jabardasth movie
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Obviously, the announcement of this course was not unanimous. For some, the star is only the product of a financial system that should not be supported. “You can, of course, look at Beyoncé from the standpoint of capitalism, because the 200 million album singer would only be the product of a well-run financial system, but it’s much more interesting than that, is defended Erik Steinskog.See More: Bipasha Basu at Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week
“She constantly refers to her cultural roots in Louisiana, Texas and New Orleans. It evokes the culture of other women who are not in the same condition. She has not let herself eaten by her new status, she continues to talk to the popular classes knowing precisely what their lives are made of. ”
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