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Statement of Responsibility: edited by Geraldine Morris and Larraine Nicholas
Medium identifier: SKH
Year: 2017
Publisher: London and New York, Routledge Taylor & Francis
Media group: E-Book
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Statement of Responsibility: edited by Geraldine Morris and Larraine Nicholas
Medium identifier: SKH
Year: 2017
Publisher: London and New York, Routledge Taylor & Francis
Works included: PART 1 Why dance history? -- Introduction to Part 1: why dance history? -- 1 Memory, history and the sensory body: dance, time, identity, 2 Cara tranders's reveries: the Autobiography of Cara Tranders, Ballet Girl at the Empire Palace of Varieties, 1892-99, 3 Beyond fixity: Akram Khan on the politics of dancing heritages -- 4 African-American dance revisited: undoing master narratives in the studying and teaching of dance history -, 5 Dance works, concepts and historiography -- 6 Reconstruction and dance as embodied textual practice -- 7 Preserving the repertory and extending the heritage of Merce Cunningham -, 8 Making dance history live - performing the past -- PART 2 Researching and writing -- Introduction to Part 2: researching and writing -- 9 Destabilising the discipline: critical debates about history and their impact on the study of dance, 10 Decolonising dance history -- 11 Many sources, many voices -- 12 'Dream no small dreams!': impossible archival imaginaries in dance community archiving in a digital age, 13 When place matters: provincializing the 'global' -- 14 Considering causation and conditions of possibility: practitioners and patrons of new dance in progressive-era America --, 15 'Dancin' in the street': street dancing on film and video from Fred Astaire to Michael Jackson -- 16 Judson: redux and remix -- 17 Ruth page, feminine subjectivity, and generic subversion, 18 Extensions: Alonzo King and Ballet's LINES -- 19 Giselle and the Gothic: contesting the Romantic idealisation of the woman -- Index
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ISBN: 978-1-134-82770-1
ISBN (2nd): 978-1-138-68290-0
Description: Second edition, 1 Online-Ressource (273 pages)
Tags: Aufsatzsammlung, Forschung, Methodik, Tanzgeschichte
Participating parties: Search for this character Morris, Geraldine (editor); Nicholas, Larraine (editor)
Language: Englisch
Media group: E-Book