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Choreographing Discourses: A Mark Franko Reader

  • Author: Franko, Mark
  • Editor: Nicifero, Alessandra

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Contents

  • Foreword
  • Randy Martin
  • Preface
  • Mark Franko
  • Introduction
  • Gay Morris, Re-conceptualizing Time, Historical Time, and the Time of Interpretation
  • Andre Lepecki, Theory's moves
  • Chapters
  • 1. Writing for the Body: Notation, Reconstruction, and Reinvention in Dance
  • 2. History/Theory -- Criticism/Practice
  • 3. From Croce's Critical Condition to the Choreographic Public Sphere
  • 4. Splintered Encounters: The Critical Reception of William Forsythe in the United States, 1979-1989
  • 5. Archeological Choreographic Practices: Foucault and Forsythe
  • 6. Figurae: Re-translating the Encounter between Peter Welz, William Forsythe and Francis Bacon
  • 7. Dance and Figurability
  • 8. Can We Inhabit a Dance? Reflections on Dancing the "Bauhaus Dances" in Dessau
  • 9. The Readymade as Movement: Cunningham, Duchamp, and Nam June Paik's Two Merces
  • 10. Dance as Sign and Unruly Corporeality in Pasolini's Film and Theory
  • 11. The Dancing Gaze Across Cultures: Kazuo Ohno's Admiring La Argentina
  • 12. Bausch and The Symptom
  • 13. The Quarrel of the Queen and the Transvestite: Sexuality, Class and Subculture in Paris is Burning
  • 14. Dance, the De-materialization of Labor, and the Productivity of the Corporeal
  • 15. In the Company of Donya Feuer: an Interdisciplinary Method
  • 16. In Conversation: Alessandra Nicifero with Mark Franko
  • Bibliography
  • Publications
  • Performance History
  • Choreography, Performance
  • Index