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Dankworth, Linda E.

Dance Ethnography and Global Perspectives

Dankworth, Linda E. - Dance Ethnography and Global Perspectives, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Global Perspectives in Ethnographic Fieldwork, Theory, and the Representation of Traditional Dance
Linda E. Dankworth, Ann R. David

Part I. Issues of Tradition, Modernity and Authenticity

2. Embodied Traditions: Gujarati (Dance) Practices of Garba and Raas in the UK context
Ann R. David

3. How Black Is Black?: The Indigenous Atis Compete at the Ati-atihan Festival
Patrick Alcedo

4. Performative Participation: Embodiment of Identities and Relationships in Sabar Dance Events
Elina Seye

Part II. Issues of Cultural Identity Through the Influences of Social Dance Events and Tourism

5. Uncovering the Invisible Female Dancers of Moreska: An Ethnochoreological Analysis
Iva Niemčić

6. Embodying Cultural Identities and Creating Social Pathways through Mallorquin Dance
Linda E. Dankworth

7. Kecak Behind the Scenes — Investigating the Kecak Network
Kendra Stepputat

Part III. Dance in Psychosocial Work, Gender and Textual Representation

8. Forced Displacement, Identity, Embodiment and Change
Allison J. Singer

9. Sounding Contestation, Silent Suppression: Cosmopolitics and Gender in Japanese Flamenco
Yolanda Ede

10. Embodiment of Cultural Knowledge: An Ethnographic Analysis of Okinawan Dance
Chi-fang Chao

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Dance, Performing Arts, Ethnography, Cultural Studies

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
206 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137009449
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-43605-7

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