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Volume 43, Number 1, Summer 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: The Choreographic Identity in Question

pp. v-vi


White Womanhood, Property Rights, and the Campaign for Choreographic Copyright: Loïe Fuller's Serpentine Dance

pp. 2-26

Staging the Ethnographic of Dance History: Contemporary Dance and Its Play with Tradition

pp. 27-42

Choreomusical Conversations: Facing a Double Challenge

pp. 43-64

Conducting Movement: Xavier Le Roy and the Amplification of Le Sacre du Printemps

pp. 65-80

A Dancer Writes

Research into Corporeality

pp. 82-89

Reenacting Modernity: Fabian Barba's A Mary Wigman Dance Evening (2009)

pp. 90-95


Dance, Human Rights and Social Justice: Dignity in Motion (review)

pp. 99-101

Rhythmic Subjects: Uses of Energy in the Dances of Mary Wigman, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham (review)

pp. 101-103

Choreographing the Folk: The Dance Stagings of Zora Neale Hurston (review)

pp. 103-105

Bells of Change: Kathak Dance, Women and Modernity in India, and: Kathaka: The Tradition: Fusion and Diffusion (review)

pp. 105-107

Ballroom, Boogie, Shimmy Sham, Shake: A Social and Popular Dance Reader (review)

pp. 107-109

Dances with Spiders: Crisis, Celebrity and Celebration in Southern Italy (review)

pp. 110-112

The Triumph of Pleasure: Louis XIV and the Politics of Spectacle (review)

pp. 112-114

Being Watched: Yvonne Rainer and the 1960s (review)

pp. 114-117

The Transformative Power of Performance: A New Aesthetics (review)

pp. 117-119

Books Received

Books Received

p. 126

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