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Martha Graham's Cold War

the dance of American diplomacy
Author: Search for this author Phillips, Victoria [VerfasserIn] (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Victoria Phillips
Medium identifier: SKH
Year: 2020
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press
Media group: Buch
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How Martha Graham became a cultural ambassador : modernist on the frontier -- "The new home of men" : modern Americana goes to Asia and the Middle East -- "Dedicated to freedom" : Martha Graham in Berlin, 1957 -- The aging of a star in Camelot : Israel, Europe, and "behind the Iron Curtain," 1962 -- Triumphing over "exhaustion," 1963-1974 -- "Forever modern" : from ashes to ambassador in Asia, 1974 -- "Grahamized and Americanized" : the defector joins the first lady on the global stage -- "And Martha knew how to play that" : from detente to disco in Jimmy Carter's Middle East, 1979 -- Dancing along the wall : Graham, Reagan, and the reunification of Berlin, 1987-1989.

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Author: Search for this author Phillips, Victoria [VerfasserIn] (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Victoria Phillips
Medium identifier: SKH
Year: 2020
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press
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Classification: Search for this systematic Hb.Gra
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ISBN: 978-0-19-061036-4
ISBN (2nd): 978-0-19-061038-8
Description: 458 Seiten : Illustrationen
Tags: Graham, Martha, Kulturpolitik, Modern Dance, Ost-West-Konflikt, USA
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Language: Englisch
Media group: Buch