The body, the dance and the text : essays on performance and the margins of history / edited by Brynn Wein Shiovitz.
Contributor(s): Shiovitz, Brynn Wein [edt].Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company Inc., Publishers, Copyright date: ©2019Description: viii, 268 sidor.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781476671895.Subject(s): Dans -- sociala aspekter | Människokroppen -- på scenenGenre/Form: SamlingsverkDDC classification: 793.3 Other classification: Rcb
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Mouth over matter: writing early tap dance in the margins of the black body / Brynn Wein Shiovitz -- Spain in the basement: dancing race and nation at the Paris Exposition, 1900 / Kiko Mora, K. Meira Goldberg -- White dreadlocks: black aesthetics in the work of Louise Lecavalier and La La La Human Steps / MJ Thompson -- Flowers of menace: Stephen Petronio's Rites of Spring / Constance Valis Hill -- Othering the religious right: ameritude, whiteness and the USA Freedom Kids / Michelle T. Summers -- Escape routes and roots: rewriting the narrative of the vulgar body / A'Keitha Carey -- Lo que queda/That which remains: dancing bodies, historical erasure and cultural transmission / Michelle Heffner Hayes -- Screaming soundscapes: the sounds of Puerto Rican contemporary performance in the work of Teresa Hernández and Ivette Román / Lydia Platón Lázaro -- Always already: the Jewish body as victim and victimizer / Rebecca K. Pappas -- Israel Galván's aesthetic anarchism: an ethics instantiated in motion / Ninotchka D. Bennahum -- Brown and black: performing transmission in Trisha Brown's Locus and Hosoe Eikoh and Hijikata Tatsumi's Kamaitachi / Michael Sakamoto, Christopher-Rasheem McMillan -- The bustle, the body and stillness: re-centering modernities through the Broadway musical / Gwyneth Shanks -- Gradations of presence: Armida in nineteenth-century Italian dance librettos / Melissa Melpignano
This collection of new essays explores the many ways in which writing relates to corporeality and how the two work together to create, resist or mark the body of the "Other." Contributors draw on their varied backgrounds to examine different movement practices, with a focus on movement as a meaning-making process-including the choreographic act of writing. The challenges faced by marginalized bodies are discussed, along with ability of a body to question, contest and re-write historical narratives