4 edition of Dance, gender, and culture found in the catalog.
Dance, gender, and culture
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Helen Thomas.|
|Contributions||Thomas, Helen, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||GV1588.6 .D37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 219 p.  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||92027878|
'Anne Phillips's work demonstrates the exhilaration and importance of sustained critique. This insightful work is the latest contribution in her deft and decisive critiques of multiculturalism. It lays out the moral, philosophical and practical grounds at stake in tackling the intractable Gordian knot of gender and culture. It raises all our hopes and forces us to rethink the most settled of. 3. All quotes are drawn from interviews conducted by myself unless otherwise stated. I interviewed David Mancuso several times while researching my first book, Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, –79 (Lawrence ). This article brings together and develops the points made about social dance in that publication. 4.
They ask incisive questions and analyze data to learn about the role of gender in attitudes, stereotypes, pedagogy, funding inequities, representation, casting, and body image. Dance is an important part of our larger cultural fabric, and this volume adds powerful findings to today’s discussions about living in a gendered society. Development of Dance Ethnography. Evans-Pritchard argues for dance in a social context as a topic for anthropological study, emphasizing its ability to contribute to theoretical debate. While the anthropology of dance was being established in the s and s, the cross-cultural perspective accentuated the problem of finding a shared definition of dance.
males engaged in dance are always in danger of being classified as not being “real men.” In my study, I found that Finnish boys who dance also meet with parallel biases from two directions (Turpeinen, ). First, there are the self-evident gender roles and models connected to men. Buy Dance, Gender and Culture by Helen Thomas from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
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List of Plates - Preface to the Reprint - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction - PART 1: CULTURAL STUDIES - Dance, Gender and Culture; us - Dancing in the Dark: Rationalism and the Neglect of Social Dance; - Ballet, Gender and Cultural Power; - 'I Seem to Find the Happiness I Seek': Heterosexuality and Dance Format: Paperback.
Dance, Gender and Culture. Editors (view affiliations) Helen Thomas; Book. 15 explores the aspects of the ways in which dance and gender intersect in a variety of cultural contexts, from social and disco dance to performance dance, to the Hollywood musical and dances from different cultures.
such as cultural studies, anthropology. The contributors come from a broad range of disciplines, such as cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, dance studies, film studies, and journalism.
They bring to the book a wide body of ideas and approaches, including feminism, psychoanalysis, ethnography and subcultural theory. Dance, gender and culture / Ted Polhemus --Dancing in the dark: rationalism and the neglect of social dance / Andrew Ward gender, gender and cultural power / Cynthia J.
Novack --'I seem to find the happiness I seek': heterosexuality and dance in the musical / Richard Dyer --An-other voice: young women dancing and talking / Helen Thomas.
This unique collection of essays, written specially for this volume, seeks to explore the possibilities of a number of ways in which dance and gender intersect within particular cultural contexts.
What makes the book special is its multidisciplinary focus with contributions from a variety of sources such as cultural studies, sociology Format: Hardcover. Full credit to Thomas and Macmillan for embarking on such a worthwhile venture - Dance Research I have already found the Thomas edition of enormous value in teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates, from the perspectives of dance anthropology, ethnography and theatre dance analysis - Theresa Buckland, Department of Dance Studies, University of Surrey This unique collection of papers.
An Introduction to Dance and Gender 3 output. Dancers and choreographers adapt to the “gender order” men-tioned above by finding and culture book own ways of being male, female, or “other.” Although the professional dance world is often more tolerant than mainstream society when it comes to gender or sexual identities that fall.
Dance, Sex and Gender: Signs of Identity, Dominance, Defiance & Desire Chicago: University of Chicago Press, "The book is ambitious in its scope and interdisciplinary in its purview.
It is virtually encyclopedic in its survey of both western theatrical and nonwestern dance traditions, leaving the reader with a sense of having traversed the globe.
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His survey is not, however, fully to date, a notably curious omission being Cambridge University Press's Society and the Dance, edited by British social anthropologist Paul Spencer in Granted, it is impossible to be compre-hensive in so short a space.
Buy Dance, Gender and Culture by Thomas, Helen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Helen Thomas. By explicitly addressing the politics of gender in their work and advocating for changes to these traditions, transgender artists today are helping to expand dance's representation of gender.
A self-described "physically precocious" kid, Jules Skloot began ballet early, while being raised as a girl. These structures are both institutional (ballet classes, dance schools, companies, performances, film presentations, producing organisations and government agencies) and ideological (beliefs about art, dance, choreography, the body and gender).
List of Plates - Preface to the Reprint - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction - PART 1: CULTURAL STUDIES - Dance, Gender and Culture; us - Dancing in the Dark: Rationalism and the Neglect of Social Dance; - Ballet, Gender and Cultural Power; - 'I Seem to Find the Happiness I Seek': Heterosexuality and Dance.
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This Dance Teacher Is On a Mission to Bring More Dance to Hospitals—Even in a Pandemic relationships An NFL Player and His Dancer Boyfriend Say There Are More Similarities Between Their Fields Than You'd Think. We see these gender roles in dance, but the dance world is constantly expanding and creating new dances, where we see more equality between genders.
I think in western culture we are used to the idea of the males being the one who supports the woman and that’s why we see it so often.
But in other cultures men and woman don’t even dance. Experiencing disco, hip hop, house, techno, drum 'n' bass and garage, Discographies plots a course through the transatlantic dance scene of the last last twenty-five years.
It discusses the problems posed by contemporary dance culture of both academic and cultural study and finds these origins in the history of opposition to music as a source of sensory pleasure.
Dance, Sex, and Gender will initiate a discussion that should propel a more methodologically informed study of dance and To judge and be able to comment on another culture's dance without putting that culture into context is doing a disservice to that culture.
It would be a different book if Hanna were to de-colonize and de-westernize her Reviews: 2. Dance, Gender and Culture by Helen Thomas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.This collection, edited by sociologist Helen Thomas, explores various ways dance can be seen as a vehicle for investigating gender and culture.
It extends some of the concerns evident in two other recent works, Dance, Sex and Gender, by American anthropologist/dance scholar Judith Lynne Hanna (CH, Oct'88) and Women and Dance: Sylphs and Sirens, by British dance writer Christy Adair (CH, May'93).Dance Research / List of Issues / Vol Issue 1 / Dance, Gender and Culture Helen Thomas (editor) London: Macmillan Press,£40; Women & Performance.
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