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Moving history / dancing cultures : a dance history reader / ed. by Ann Dils and Ann Cooper Albright

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Titre
Moving history / dancing cultures : a dance history reader / ed. by Ann Dils and Ann Cooper Albright
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Editeur
Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press
Date
2001
Collation
XVIII, 492 p. : ill. en noir ; 26 cm
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Ann Dils and Ann Cooper Albright : First steps : moving into the study of dance history
Section 1, Thinking about dance history : theory and practices. - Kent C. Bloomer & Charles W. Moore : Some twentieth-century models of sense perception. - Deborah Jowitt : Writing beneath the surface. - Joan Acocella : Imagining dance. - Millicent Hodson : Searching for Nijinsky's Sacre. - Deidre Sklar : Five premises for a culturally sensitive approach to dance. - Joann Kealiinohomoku : An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance. - Ramsay Burt : The trouble with the male dancer. - Ann Cooper Albright : Strategic abilities : negotiating the disabled body in dance. - Sally Ann Ness : Dancing in the field : notes from memory
Section 2, World dance traditions. - Erika Bourgignon : Trance and ecstatic dance. - Avanthi Meduri : Bharatha Natyam , what are you?. - Lisa Doolittle and Heather Elton : Medicine of the brave. - Shawna Helland : The belly dance : ancient ritual to cabaret performance. - Karin Van Nieuwkerk : Changing images and shifting identities : female performers in Egypt. - Kariamu Welsh Asante : Commonalities in african dance : an aesthetic foundation. - Z. S. Strother : Invention and re-invention in the traditional arts. - Barbara Browning : Headspin : capoeira's ironic inversions. - Lee Kyong-Hee : Epitome of korean folk dance. - Judy Van Zile : The many faces of korean dance. - Mark Franko : Writing dancing. - Catherine Turocy : Beyond la danse noble : conventions in choreography and dance performance at the time of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie. - Lynn Garafola : The travesty dancer in nineteenth-century ballet. - Susan Allene Manning and Melissa Benson : Interrupted continuities : modern dance in Germany
Section 3, America dancing. - Sharyn R. Udall : The irresistible other : hopi ritual drama and euro-american audiences. - Marian Hannah Winter : Juba and american minstrelsy. - Jane Desmond : Dancing out the difference : cultural imperialism and Ruth St. Denis's "Radha" of 1906. - Julie Malnig : Two-stepping to glory. - Ann Daly : The natural body. - Deborah Jowitt : Form as the image of human perfectibility and natural order. - Marcia B. Siegel : The harsh and splendid heroines of Martha Graham. - Ellen Graff : The dance is a weapon. - Nancy Reynolds : In his image : Diaghilev and Lincoln Kirstein. - Brenda Dixon Gottschild : Stripping the emperor : the africanist presence in american concert dance. - Thomas Defrantz : Simmering passivity : the black male body in concert dance. - Sally Banes : Choreographic methods of the Judson Dance Theater. - Deborah Jowitt : Chance heroes : Merce Cunningham
Section 4, Contemporary dance : global contexts. - Cynthia Jean Cohen Bull (aka Novak) : Looking at movement as culture : contact improvisation to disco. - Peter Ryan : 10,000 jams later : contact improvisation in Canada 1974-95. - Bonnie Sue Stein : Butoh : "twenty years ago we were crazy, dirty and mad". - Steve Paxton : Improvisation is a word for something that can't keep a name. - Kathleen Foreman : Dancing on the endangered list : aesthetics and politics of indigenous dance in the Philippines. - Ananya Chatterjea : Chandralekha : negotiating the female body and movement in cultural/political signification. - Uttara Coorlawala : Ananya and chandralekha : a response to "Chandralekha : negotiating the female body and movement in cultural/political signification". - Ann Cooper Albright : Embodying history : epic narrative and cultural identity in african-american dance. - Susan Foster : Simply (?) The doing of it, like two arms going round and round. - Richard Povall : A little technology is a dangerous thing. - Lisa Marie Naugle : Technique/technology/technique. - Ann Dils : Absent/presence
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0819564125 (rel.) (ISBN)
9780819564139 (br.) : usd 32.95 (ISBN)
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R005137245
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