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Rethinking Dance History
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Notes on Contributors Preface Part One INTRODUCTION: WHY DANCE HISTORY? Geraldine Morris and Larraine Nicholas
  1. MEMORY, HISTORY AND THE SENSORY BODY: DANCE, TIME, IDENTITY
  2. Larraine Nicholas
  3. CARA TRANDERS'S REVERIES
  4. By herself
  5. BEYOND FIXITY: AKRAM KHAN ON THE POLITICS OF DANCING HERITAGES
  6. Royona Mitra
  7. AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE REVISITED: UNDOING MASTER NARRATIVES IN THE STUDYING AND TEACHING OF DANCE HISTORY
  8. Takiyah Nur Amin
  9. DANCE WORKS, CONCEPTS AND HISTORIOGRAPHY
  10. Anna Pakes
  11. RECONSTRUCTION AND DANCE AS EMBODIED TEXTUAL PRACTICE
  12. Helen Thomas
  13. PRESERVING THE REPERTORY AND EXTENDING THE HERITAGE OF MERCE CUNNINGHAM
  14. Karen Eliot
  15. MAKING DANCE HISTORY LIVE - PERFORMING THE PAST
Henrietta Bannerman Part Two INTRODUCTION: RESEARCHING AND WRITING Geraldine Morris and Larraine Nicholas
  1. DESTABILISING THE DISCIPLINE: CRITICAL DEBATES ABOUT HISTORY AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE STUDY OF DANCE
  2. Alexandra Carter
  3. DECOLONISING DANCE HISTORY
  4. Prarthana Purkayastha
  5. MANY SOURCES, MANY VOICES
  6. Lena Hammergren
  7. `DREAM NO SMALL DREAMS!': IMPOSSIBLE IMAGINARIES IN DANCE COMMUNITY ARCHIVING IN A DIGITAL AGE
  8. Astrid von Rosen
  9. WHEN PLACE MATTERS: PROVINCIALIZING THE `GLOBAL'
  10. Emily E. Wilcox
  11. CONSIDERING CAUSATION AND CONDITIONS OF POSSIBILITY: PRACTITIONERS AND PATRONS OF NEW DANCE IN PROGRESSIVE-ERA AMERICA
  12. Linda J. Tomko
  13. `DANCIN' IN THE STREET': STREET DANCING ON FILM AND VIDEO FROM FRED ASTAIRE TO MICHAEL JACKSON
  14. Beth Genne
  15. JUDSON: REDUX AND REMIX
  16. Marcia B. Siegel
  17. RUTH PAGE, FEMININE SUBJECTIVITY, AND GENERIC SUBVERSION
  18. Joellen A. Meglin
  19. EXTENSIONS: ALONZO KING AND BALLET'S LINES
  20. Jill Nunes Jensen
  21. GISELLE AND THE GOTHIC: CONTESTING THE ROMANTIC IDEALISATION OF THE WOMAN
Geraldine Morris

About the Author

Geraldine Morris is a Reader in Dance and Programme Leader of the MA in Ballet Studies at the University of Roehampton. Larraine Nicholas is Honorary Research Fellow in the Dance Department at the University of Roehampton.

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