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Introduction: the persistence of blackface and the minstrel tradition / Stephen Johnson -- Turning around Jim Crow / W. T. Lhamon Jr. -- Of soundscapes and blackface: from fools to Foster / Dale Cockrell -- Death and the minstrel: race, madness, and art in the last (w)rites of three early blackface performers / Stephen Johnson -- The uncanny history of minstrels and machines, 1835/1923 / Louis Chude-Sokei -- Surprised by blackface: D.W. Griffith and one exciting night / Linda Williams -- "Gentlemen, please be seated": racial masquerade and sadomasochism in 1930s animation / Nicholas Sammond -- From New Deal to no deal: blackface minstrelsy, Bamboozled, and reality television / Alice Maurice -- American ghetto parties and Ghanaian concert parties: a transnational perspective on blackface / Catherine M. Cole.