By Louise Meintjes,TJ Lemon
By Susan Leigh Foster
"Undoubtedly, Choreography and Narrative is a vital contribution to bop heritage research." ―Nineteenth-Century French Studies
"This paintings is a landmark within the box and belongs in all libraries serving undergraduate, graduate, and college researchers in dance." ―Choice
"Invents a brand new approach for writing the historical past of functionality: Foster has chanced on an leading edge approach of beautiful on to the kinesthetic mind's eye of her readers, evoking the elusive varieties of the items she reconstructs." ―Joseph Roach
"An notable paintings of scholarship, this elegantly staged study... makes use of the concept that of a culturally built, traditionally particular physique to chop throughout disciplinary boundaries..." ―Library Journal
Foster examines the improvement of ballet, and conceptions of the dancing physique, as ballet separated from opera and emerged as an self reliant artwork shape throughout the turbulence of 18th-century French society and history.
By Kenneth Laws,Francia Russell,Martha Swope
Beautiful, unique stop-action pictures through Martha Swope, besides transparent diagrams, illustrate the suggestions defined within the textual content. Plus, an exciting "puzzler" in the beginning of every bankruptcy offers an enticing entrée into the themes offered. in case you desire a extra complex knowing of the physics, broad appendices are provided.
This new booklet combines the simplest positive aspects of Laws's extensively acclaimed The Physics of Dance and Physics, Dance, and the Pas de Deux by means of legislation and Cynthia Harvey. Its specialist program of the fundamental ideas of physics to the paintings of dance should be a useful source for dancers and dance teachers and should open a brand new point of appreciation for enthusiasts of the shape. it's going to additionally entice physicists who search to incorporate the humanities of their clinical pursuits.
By Stephen Dean
By Mary Elizabeth Anderson,Doug Risner
By Hannah Kosstrin
By Yutian Wong
By Clare Croft
Based on greater than seventy interviews with dancers who traveled at the excursions, the e-book appears at quite a lot of American dance businesses, between them manhattan urban Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the Martha Graham Dance corporation, city Bush ladies, ODC/Dance, Ronald ok. Brown/Evidence, and the Trey McIntyre undertaking, between others. throughout the chilly battle, businesses danced in every single place from the Soviet Union to Vietnam, simply months sooner than the USA deserted Saigon. within the put up Sept. 11 period, dance businesses traveled to Asia and Latin the USA, sub-Saharan Africa and the center East.
By Julie Taylor
Taylor, born within the usa, has lived a lot of her grownup lifestyles in Latin the US. She has spent years learning the tango in Buenos Aires, dancing in the course of and after the fear of army dictatorships. This booklet is right away an account of a existence lived crossing the borders of 2 certain and complicated cultures and an exploration of the conflicting meanings of tango for ladies who love the poetry of its circulate but think uneasy with the jobs it bestows at the female and male dancers. Drawing parallels one of the violences of the Argentine Junta, the play with energy inherent in tango dancing, and her personal reviews with violence either inside and out the exciting tango tradition, Taylor weaves the road among attractive memoir and insightful cultural critique. in the contexts of tango’s artistic beginning and modern shows, this e-book welcomes us at once into the tango way of life and divulges the ways in which own, political, and historic violence function in our lives.
The book’s experimental layout contains pictures on each web page, which shape a flip-book series of a tango. now not easily a publication for tango dancers and lovers, Paper Tangos will gift scholars of Latin American stories, cultural reports, anthropology, feminist reviews, dance reports, and the paintings of serious memoir.
By Patrizia Pallaro,Suzanne Lovell,David Mars,Sandy Dibbell-Hope,Zoe Arlene K. Avstreih,Joan Chodorow,Heidi J. Ehrenreich,Barbara Holifield,Soraia Jorge,Susan Frieder,Tina Stromsted,Julie Joslyn Brown,Lynn Garland,Ariane Goodwin,Wendy Goulston,Carol Fields,S
- Sesame Institute
`Authentic stream could be obvious as a method through which analysts can develop into extra delicate to subconscious, specially pre-verbal elements of themselves and their patients.'
-Body Psychotherapy magazine e-newsletter, No. 30
`This ebook is a suite of articles, a few of that are interviews, introduced jointly for the 1st time. it's very worthy to have all of them jointly in a single place...It is a superb number of articles on themes you might have consistently desired to learn, equivalent to the function of transference in dance remedy or Jung and dance remedy. The e-book additionally contains scripts for exercises.'
Authentic circulate, an exploration of the subconscious via circulation, used to be mostly outlined via the paintings of Mary Starks Whitehouse, Janet Adler and Joan Chodorow. the fundamental innovations of real move are expressed for the 1st time in a single quantity via interviews and conversations with those very important figures, and their key papers. They emphasize the significance of flow as a way of conversation, relatively subconscious or `authentic' flow, rising whilst the person has a deep, self-sensing expertise - an perspective of `inner listening'. Such move can set off strong photos, emotions and kinesthetic sensations coming up from the depths of our saved early life thoughts or connecting our internal selves to the transcendent.
In exploring genuine move those questions are asked:
- How does actual circulation range from different kinds of dance and flow therapy?
- How may possibly `authentic' flow be experienced?