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Dance in a World of Change: Reflections on Globalization and Cultural Difference

Dance in a World of Change: Reflections on Globalization and Cultural Difference

  • Author: Shapiro, Sherry B.



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  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part I. Dance as Cultural Memory: Challenging Globalization
  • Chapter 1. Stepping Into Footprints: Tradition and the Globalization of Irish Dance
  • Michael Seaver
  • Chapter 2. The Quest for Preserving and Representing National Identity
  • Ivan?ica Jankovi?
  • Chapter 3. Dance Inna Dancehall: Dance in Jamaican Dancehall and Its Roots in Traditional Lore and Contemporary Developments
  • Christopher A. Walker
  • Part II. Politics of Belonging: Disrupting the Norms
  • Chapter 4. Writing in the Flesh: Body, Identity, Disability, and Difference
  • LA-A?A"cia Matos
  • Chapter 5. When Boys Dance: Cultural Resistance and Male Privilege in Dance Education
  • Doug Risner
  • Chapter 6. Acts of Love Under a Southern Moon
  • Lynn Maree
  • Part III. Conversations on Dance for a Multicultural World
  • Chapter 7. Common Experience Creates Magnitudes of Meaning
  • Ann Kipling Brown
  • Chapter 8. Dialogical Pedagogy, Embodied Knowledge, and Meaningful Learning
  • Eeva Anttila
  • Chapter 9. Transferable Theory: Researching Movement Concepts in Different Cultural Contexts
  • Shu-Ying Liu
  • Part IV. Transcending Differences: The Commonalities of Dance
  • Chapter 10. My Body, My Life, and Dance
  • Adrienne Sansom
  • Chapter 11. Holds No Memory: A Proposition as a Way to a Proposal About Dance Through Dance
  • Ana SA-A?A"nchez-Colberg with Efva Lilja
  • Chapter 12. Dance in a World of Change: A Vision for Global Aesthetics and Universal Ethics
  • Sherry B. Shapiro
  • References
  • Index
  • About the Editor
  • About the Contributors