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GV 1580 - GV 1799.4 - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range GV 1580 to GV 1799.4 (Dance) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 90 days.

  • The futures of dance studies / edited by Susan Manning, Janice Ross, and Rebecca Schneider
    GV 1589 F88 2020eb

  • Using the sky a dance / Deborah Hay
    GV 1783 H374 2019

    Deborah Hay is an internationally renowned dance artist whose unique approach to bodily practice has had lasting impact on American choreography. Her commitment to dance as a process is as exquisite as it is provoking. Rooted in NYC's 1960s experimental Judson Dance Theater in New York, Hay's work has evolved through experimentation with a use of language that is unique to dance. This book is an exploration and articulation of Hay's process, focusing on several of her most recent works.

  • Pragmatist philosophy and dance : interdisciplinary dance research in the American South / Eric Mullis
    GV 1589 M85 2019eb

  • Jonathan Burrows : towards a minor dance / Daniela Perazzo Domm
    GV 1782.5 D66 2019eb

  • Dance on the historically Black college campus the familiar and the foreign / Wanda K.W. Ebright

  • Danse, enfermement et corps résilients | Dance, Confinement and Resilient Bodies
    GV 1588.6 D36 2019

    La danse offre un espace-temps qui permet de regarder, étudier et comprendre l'humanité. Elle dévoile des corps, avec leurs blessures mais aussi leurs forces. La danse permet de penser | panser différemment et, ainsi, d'ouvrir de nouvelles perspectives. Cet ouvrage s'adresse aux acteurs appartenant aux différents milieux d'intervention et de recherche, d'enseignement et de formation, de même qu'aux danseurs, danse-thérapeutes et art-thérapeutes qui sont confrontés dans leur pratique aux problématiques de résilience et de justice sociale.

    Dance offers a space-time that enables us to look at, study, and understand humanity. It exposes bodies, their wounds as well as their strengths; it is a means of reflecting l recovering differently, opening a window onto new perspectives. This work is intended for stakeholders in various fields of intervention and research, education, and training, as well as for dancers, dance therapists, and art therapists who deal with issues of resilience and social justice in their practice.

    Édition bilingue.

  • Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui : dramaturgy and engaged spectatorship / Lise Uytterhoeven
    GV 1785 C44U98 2019

  • La Meri and her life in dance : performing the world / Nancy Lee Chalfa Ruyter
    GV 1785 H77R89 2019
    This intriguing biography details the life and work of world dance pioneer La Meri (1899-1988). An American dancer, choreographer, teacher, and writer, La Meri was ahead of her time in championing cross-cultural dance performances and education, yet she is almost totally forgotten today. In La Meri and Her Life in Dance , Nancy Ruyter introduces readers to a visionary artist who played a pivotal role in dance history. Born in Texas as Russell Meriwether Hughes, La Meri toured throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia, the Pacific, and the United States in the 1920s and '30s, immersing herself in different dance traditions at a time when few American dancers explored styles outside their own. She learned about Indian dance culture from the celebrated Uday Shankar, studied belly dancing with the Moroccan sultan's top dancer, and took flamenco lessons in Spain. La Meri spread awareness and enjoyment of the world's myriad forms of expression before it was common for performing artists from these countries to tour internationally. Ruyter describes how La Meri founded the Ethnologic Dance Center in New York City, choreographed innovative works based on various dance cultures for Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival and other venues, and wrote widely on the styles and techniques of international dance genres. This long-overdue book illustrates that the popularity of world dance today owes much to the trailblazing efforts of La Meri.

  • Celluloid classicism : early Tamil cinema and the making of modern Bharatanāṭyam / Hari Krishnan
    GV 1796 B4K75 2019

    Celluloid Classicism provides a rich and detailed history of two important modern South Indian cultural forms: Tamil Cinema and Bharatanatyam dance. It addresses representations of dance in the cinema from an interdisciplinary, critical-historical perspective. The intertwined and symbiotic histories of these forms have never received serious scholarly attention. For the most part, historians of South Indian cinema have noted the presence of song and dance sequences in films, but have not historicized them with reference to the simultaneous revival of dance culture among the middle-class in this region. In a parallel manner, historians of dance have excluded deliberations on the influence of cinema in the making of the "classical" forms of modern India. Although the book primarily focuses on the period between the late 1920s and 1950s, it also addresses the persistence of these mid-twentieth century cultural developments into the present. The book rethinks the history of Bharatanatyam in the twentieth century from an interdisciplinary, transmedia standpoint and features 130 archival images.

Updated: Tuesday 21 January 2020
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