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by Helen Thomas

eBook Dance in the City download ISBN: 0312174535
Author: Helen Thomas
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1997 edition (July 21, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 254
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Authors: Thomas, Helen. This exciting new and original collection locates dance within the spectrum of urban life in late modernity, through a range of theoretical perspectives

Authors: Thomas, Helen. price for USA in USD (gross). This exciting new and original collection locates dance within the spectrum of urban life in late modernity, through a range of theoretical perspectives. It highlights a diversity of dance forms and styles that can be witnessed in and around contemporary urban spaces: from dance halls to raves and the club striptease; from set dancing to ballroom dancing, to hip hop and swing, and to ice dance shows; from the ballet class, to fitness aerobics; and 'art' dance which situates itself in a dynamic relation to the. city. Show all. About the authors.

List of Plates - Preface - Notes on Contributors - PART 1: DANCE IN THE CITY/THE CITY IN DANCE - Dancing around Meaning (and the Meaning around Dance); . ard - Exer(or)cising Power: Black Bodies in the Black Public Sphere; . ilroy - 'Keep your Great City Paris!': the Lament of the Empress and other Women; . Briginshaw - The Beat Goes.

Dance in the City Hardcover – 21 Jul 1997. by Helen Thomas (Author), Fr D. Ric Thomas (Author). Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

This exciting new and original collection locates dance within the spectrum of urban life in late modernity, through a range of theoretical perspectives.

She was born in the wind, on a farm not too far from home, and on an unusually warm Sunday morning. Helen Thomas has long had a passion for race horses. In no time at all, we saw that this was a foal who wouldn't need much nudging, or urging, or hurrying along. As a teenager, her first high school overlooked Melbourne's most picturesque racecourse; she clipped tales of racing courage from the newspapers and dreamt of being part of the racing world. When she finally becomes the proud owner of Poetic Waters, the broodmare repays her leap of faith with a little foal called Rosie. A foal Helen hopes will one day make the grade as a race horse.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780312174545. Release Date:July 1997.

Professor of Dance Studies. Helen Thomas is Professor Emerita, University of the Arts London. Since 2010, she has been an External Advisor (Dance) to Trinity Laban, appointed by City University.

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This exciting new and original collection locates dance within the spectrum of urban life in late modernity, through a range of theoretical perspectives. It highlights a diversity of dance forms and styles that can be witnessed in and around contemporary urban spaces: from dance halls to raves and the club striptease; from set dancing to ballroom dancing, to hip hop and swing, and to ice dance shows; from the ballet class, to fitness aerobics; and 'art' dance which situates itself in a dynamic relation to the city.