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  1. Cover
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  1. Title, Copyright, Editorial Board
  2. pp. i-viii
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  1. List of Illustrations
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xiii-xvi
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  1. Introduction
  2. Susan Manning, Janice Ross , and Rebecca Schneider
  3. pp. 3-14
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  1. Archives
  1. Kinesthetic Seeing: A Model for Practice-in-Research
  2. Hannah Kosstrin
  3. pp. 19-35
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  1. King David in the Medieval Archives: Toward an Archaic Future for Dance Studies
  2. Kathryn Dickason
  3. pp. 36-55
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  1. Dancing Dahomey at the World’s Fair: Revising the Archive of African Dance
  2. Joanna Dee Das
  3. pp. 56-73
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  1. Critical Memory: Arthur Mitchell, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and the Rise of the Invisible Dancers
  2. Gillian Lipton
  3. pp. 74-93
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  1. Breathing Matters: Breath as Dance Knowledge
  2. Laura Karreman
  3. pp. 94-112
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  1. Desires
  1. Lesbian Echoes in Activism and Writing: Jill Johnston’s Interventions
  2. Clare Croft
  3. pp. 117-134
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  1. Accent, Choreomusicality, and Identity in Rodeo and 'Rōdē,ō
  2. Daniel Callahan
  3. pp. 135-153
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  1. Flesh Dance: Black Women from Behind
  2. Jasmine Elizabeth Johnson
  3. pp. 154-169
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  1. Winin’ through the Violence: Performing Carib[being]ness at the Brooklyn Carnival
  2. Adanna Kai Jones
  3. pp. 170-186
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  1. Sites
  1. Second Line Choreographies in and beyond New Orleans
  2. Rachel Carrico
  3. pp. 191-208
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  1. The Dance in the Museum: Grant Hyde Code and the Brooklyn Museum Dance Center
  2. Amanda Jane Graham
  3. pp. 209-225
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  1. Dancing the Image: Virgilio Sieni’s Choreographic Tableaux
  2. Giulia Vittori
  3. pp. 226-244
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  1. Sidewalk Choreographies: The Politics of Moving Along in Battery Opera’s Lives Were Around Me
  2. Alana Gerecke
  3. pp. 245-264
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  1. Politics
  1. Convening Muses and Turning Tables: Reimagining a Danced Politics of Time in Jordan Bennett and Marc Lescarbot
  2. VK Preston
  3. pp. 269-285
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  1. Les Ballets Jazz and White Mythologies of Blackness in Québec
  2. Melissa Templeton
  3. pp. 286-302
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  1. Cuban Modern Dance after Censorship: A Colorful Gray, 1971–74
  2. Elizabeth Schwall
  3. pp. 303-320
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  1. Tango and Memory on the Contemporary Dance Stage
  2. Victoria Fortuna
  3. pp. 321-338
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  1. Economics
  1. Breaking Point? Flexibility, Pain, and the Calculus of Risk in Neoliberal Multiculturalism
  2. Anusha Kedhar
  3. pp. 343-359
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  1. Who Makes a Dance? Studying Infrastructure through a Dance Lens
  2. Sarah Wilbur
  3. pp. 360-379
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  1. The Choreographic Commodity: Assigning and Policing Value for Nite Moves and William Forsythe
  2. Lizzie Leopold
  3. pp. 380-396
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  1. Walking Backward: Choreographing the Greek Crisis
  2. Natalie Zervou
  3. pp. 397-412
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  1. Virtuositie
  1. Dance of the Undead: The Wilis’ Imperial Legacy
  2. Rebecca Chaleff
  3. pp. 415-430
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  1. Disavowing Virtuosity, Performing Aspiration: Choreographies of Anticlimax in the Work of Yve Laris Cohen, Narcissister, and John Jasperse
  2. Ariel Osterweis
  3. pp. 431-448
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  1. Circulations
  1. Do Iranian Dancers Need Saving? Savior Spectatorship and the Production of Iranian Dancing Bodies as “Objects of Rescue”
  2. Heather Rastovac-Akbarzadeh
  3. pp. 453-470
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  1. Costuming Brownnesses in British South Asian Dance
  2. Royona Mitra
  3. pp. 471-488
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  1. Intimating Race: Tao Ye’s 4 and Methods for World Dance
  2. Hentyle Yapp
  3. pp. 489-504
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  1. Locating Performance: Choe Seung-hui’s East Asian Modernism and the Case for Area Knowledge in Dance Studies
  2. Emily E. Wilcox
  3. pp. 505-522
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  1. Toward a Critical Globalized Humanities: Dance Research in Mexico City at the CENIDID
  2. Jose L. Reynoso
  3. pp. 523-540
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 541-548
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 549-574
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780299322434
Related ISBN
9780299322403
MARC Record
OCLC
1127567752
Pages
552
Launched on MUSE
2019-11-28
Language
English
Open Access
No
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