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Choreographies of migration : patterns of global mobility : 40th anniversary conference, November 8-11, 2007, Barnard College, New York, NY

Author: Tresa Randall; Congress on Research in Dance. Conference; José Limón Institute.; Barnard College. Department of Dance.; Barnard Forum on Migration.
Publisher: [Birmingham, Ala.] : Congress on Research in Dance, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : English
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tresa Randall; Congress on Research in Dance. Conference; José Limón Institute.; Barnard College. Department of Dance.; Barnard Forum on Migration.
OCLC Number: 271017840
Notes: Statement of responsibility taken from p. [2] of cover.
Conference sponsors: Barnard College Department of Dance and Forum on Migration, José Limón Institute.
Description: xi, 241 p. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Immigration of ideas, or how does a camel dance? / Gaby Aldor --
Migratory moves and mobilizing tactics in British contemporary dance / Henrietta Bannerman --
Dance beyond the disquiet of diaspora: Kristin Jackson's aesthetic of independent dancing / Rina Angela Corpus --
A felt authentic grounding: intersecting theories of authenticity and tradition / Jill Flanders Crosby --
Migratory rituals or classical dance forms? "Trance" dance and Bharatanatyam as signifiers of Tamil identity in diasporic Hindu communities in Britain / Ann R. David --
Almée or Salome? Hybrid dances of the East, 1890-1930 / Andrea Deagon --
Moderns and other folk: the National Dance Congress and Festival of 1936 / Ann Dils --
"America is the future": a dance travelogue into the past by Rudolf Laban / Evelyn Doerr --
Rina Nikova and the Yemenite Group: between East and West, North and South / Sari Elron --
Dance migration and Norwegian early fri dans / Anne Margrete Fiskvik --
CEO migrant: the case of Hanya Holm / Claudia Gitelman --
American body pedagogies: somatics and the cultural construction of bodies in the institution of higher education / Jill Green --
Celebrating November 20th: agency and defiance in the construction of memory in Capoeira Angola / Ana Paula Höfling --
Becoming an egg, or, Migrating body parts in some works by William Forsythe / Stefan Hölscher --
Identity peddlers and the influence of Gertrud Kraus / Judith Brin Ingber --
The inversion of social dance transfers between Europe and the Americas at the turn of the twentieth century / Sophie Jacotot --
José Limón: mentor to native youth / Rosalie M. Daystar/Jones --
Fall and rise: the transference and transformations of a vision of dance / Deborah Jowitt --
Pop tradition in Nigeria: transforming traditional Yoruba Bata performance into a worldly fusion / Debra Klein. The globalization of Schuhplattler / Alexandra Kolb --
Virtual or real: symbols of migration from the Fouta Djallon / Frederick John Lamp --
Migration and regulation of the female dancing body: Southeast Asian bodies in global circulation / Rachmi Diyah Larasati --
Martha Hill: supporting the creative work of José Limón / Elizabeth McPherson --
Dynamic realities of "traditional" dance: Les Ballets Africains / Michele Moss --
Dancing the American dream: José Limón's war choreography / Stacey Prickett --
Staging the nation: authenticity, authentication, and authority in the Ghana Dance Ensemble / Paul Schauert --
Moving with the times: the Wellington New Dance Group / Marianne Schultz --
Made in Chinatown: bridging cultures and evolving identities in modern dance / Marie Alonzo Snyder --
Prancing babushkas and twirling lawn mowers: dancing the polka down main street / Carrie Stern --
Humphrey and Limón: firsthand observations / Ann Vachon --
Motion/perception: William Forsythe's spectatorial shifts / Freya Vass-Rhee --
Limón's choreography on the shelf / Lucy Venable --
The Budapest Ensemble's Csardas! tango of the East: representational mirrors of traditional music and dance in a postsocialist, postmodern landscape / Jamie Lynn Webster --
Tanac dances and migrations on the Island of Krk, Croatia / Tvrtko Zebec --
2007 award recipients --
Session overview.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the 40th annual meeting
CORD 40th anniversary conference
Congress on Research in Dance, 2007 conference proceedings
2007 CORD proceedings
Responsibility: [edited by Tresa Randall].

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