"Excellent! Meaning in Motion will make it much easier for scholars concerned primarily with cultural studies to consider the challenges dance poses in rethinking the body." Peggy Phelan, Tisch School of the Arts, New York UniversityReseña del editor:
Dance, whether considered as an art form or embodied social practice, as product or process, is a prime subject for cultural analysis. Yet only recently have studies of dance become concerned with the ideological, theoretical, and social meanings of dance practices, performances, and institutions. In "Meaning in Motion", Jane C. Desmond brings together the work of critics who have ventured into the boundaries between dance and cultural studies, and thus maps a little known and rarely explored critical site.Writing from a broad range of perspectives, contributors from disciplines as varied as art history and anthropology, dance history and political science, philosophy and women's studies, chart the questions and challenges that mark this site. How does dance enact or rework social categories of identity? How do meanings change as dance styles cross borders of race, nationality, or class? How do we talk about materiality and motion, sensation and expressivity, kinesthetics and ideology? The authors engage these issues in a variety of contexts: from popular social dances to the experimentation of the avant-garde; from nineteenth-century ballet and contemporary Afro-Brazilian Carnival dance to hip hop, the dance hall, and film; from the nationalist politics of folk dances to the feminist philosophies of modern dance."Meaning in Motion" broadens the scope of dance analysis and extends to cultural studies new ways of approaching matters of embodiment, identity, and representation. Giving definition to a new field of study, it will interest students and scholars of dance, art, and theatre history, as well as readers in cultural, performance, and women's studies. Contributors include: Ann Cooper Albright, Evan Alderson, Norman Bryson, Ann Daly, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Susan Foster, Mark Franko, Marianne Goldberg, Amy Koritz, Susan Kozel, Susan Manning, Randy Martin, Angela McRobbie, Cynthia Novack, Kate Ramsey, Anna Scott, and Janet Wolff.
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Buchbeschreibung Duke University Press Apr 1997, 1997. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 235x152x32 mm. Neuware - 'Excellent! 'Meaning in Motion' will make it much easier for scholars concerned primarily with cultural studies to consider the challenges dance poses in 'rethinking the body.''-- Peggy Phelan, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University 408 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780822319429