In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

Dance Research 25.1 (2007) 84-86

Journals Received
Brolga
Editor: Michelle Potter
Number 24 June 2006

Mary Whidborne – first Dalcroze teacher in New South Wales by Joan Pope; Guillermo Keys Arenas 1928–2006 by Harry Haythorne; Observing Lois Greenfield by Laura Ross; and The Ballets Russes in Australia 1936–1940: Protée by Michelle Potter.
Brolga
Editors: Alan Brissenden and Robin Grove
Number 25 December 2006

Editorial; A political soft-shoe shuffle by Mark Carroll; The demanding worldof Rosalind Crisp by Jo Pollitt; Recycling patterns of text, music and dance in Baroqoda by Maggi Phillips; and Galvanising community by Garry Lester.
Dance Chronicle
Editors: George Dorris and Jack Anderson
Volume 29 Number 3 (2006)

Contents
Wanted: Bournonville Dead or Alive: Bournonville Past, Present, and Future. Proceedings of the Royal Danish Ballet's 2006 Bournonville Symposium. Editor's Note; Welcome by Michael Christiansen and Frank Andersen; Opening Remarks by George Dorris and Erik Aschengreen; Stepping into the Future by Monna Dithmer; The French Style and the Period by Sandra Noll Hammond; and The Italian Style and the Period by Francesca Falcone. Discussion by Sandra Noll Hammond and Francesca Falcone; The Artists of 1805: The Theatrical Collaboration of Andersen, Bournonville, and Hartmann by Knud Arne Jürgensen; Bournonville and the Pictorial Arts: Raphael by Ole Nørlyng; The Bournonville Schools: A New Look by Erik Aschengreen, Dinna Bjørn, Thomas Lund, Anne Marie Vessel Schlüter, and Flemming Ryberg; Hans Beck by Knud Arne Jürgensen; Harald Lander, Valborg Borchsenius, and August Bournonville, or How to Behave in Bournonville's World by Erik Aschengreen; The Bournonville Pillow: Hans Brenaa, [End Page 84] Kirsten Ralov, and the Frank Andersen Crew by Anne Middelboe Christensen; Staging Bournonville at Home and Abroad by Tobi Tobias, with Dinna Bjørnand Frank Andersen; Fifty Years of Looking at Bournonville: A Conversationwith Clive Barnes; Working in the House of Bournonville, 1974–2005: A Conversation with John Neumeier; One Out of Many? Bournonville, Paul Taglioni, and the Ballet of the Mid-Nineteenth Century by Gunhild Oberzaucher-Schüller; August Bournonville: Études Chorégraphiques (1848, 1855, 1861) by Knud Arne Jürgensen; and Bournonville in the Twenty-First Century by Monna Dithmer, Frank Andersen, Anne Middelboe Christensen, Nikolaj Hübbe, Thomas Lund, Anna Kisselgoff, and Peter Schaufuss.
Dance Research Journal
Congress on Research in Dance
Editors: Ann Dils and Jill Green
37.1 Summer 2005
Letter to the Editor by Pallabi Chakravorty.
Articles
Against Expectations: Trisha Brown and the Avant-garde by Ramsay Burt; A Plurality of Romanticisms: Italian Ballet and the Repertory of Antonio Cortesi and Giovannni Casati by Debra H. Sowell; Marking Time: The British Danseurand the Second World War by Karen Eliot; Limón's La Malinche: Negotiatingthe In-Between by Shelley C. Berg; The Haunting of Bluebeard – While Listening toa Recording of Béla Bartók's Opera 'Duke Bluebeard's Castle' by Karen Mozingo; and Performing One's Age: Cultural Constructions of Aging and Embodiment in Western Theatrical Dancers by Liz Schwaiger.
Reviews
Tree: Belief/Culture/Balance by Ralph Lemon, by Lisa Kraus; Taken By Surprise: A Dance Improvisation Reader, edited by Ann Cooper Albright and David Gere, by Andrea Olsen; The Work of Dance: Labor, Movement, and Identity in the 1930s by Mark Franko, by Kimerer L. Lamothe; The Black Dancing Body: A Geography From Coon to Cool by Brenda Dixon Gottschild, by Nadine George-Graves; Dancing Revelations: Alvin Ailey's Embodiment of African American Culture by Thomas F. DeFrantz, by Jonathan David Jackson; No Fixed Points: Dance in the Twentieth Century by Nancy Reynolds and Malcolm McCormick, by Shelley C. Berg; Merce Cunningham: The Modernizing of Modern Dance by Roger Copeland, by Janice Ross; and Performance and Evolution in the Age of Darwin: Out of the Natural Order by Jane R. Goodall; Anthropology and the Dance: Ten Lectures by Drid Williams. Foreword by Brenda Farnell; Dancing at the Dawn of Agriculture by Yosef Garfinkel; and Dances of the Tewa Pueblo Indians: Expressions of New Life by Jill D. Sweet, by Anthony Shay. [End Page 85]
Reports
Association of Internet Researchers, University of Toronto, October 2003 by...

pdf

Additional Information

ISSN
1750-0095
Print ISSN
0264-2875
Pages
pp. 84-86
Launched on MUSE
2007-05-30
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Archived 2009
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.