Dance studies and global feminisms : : 41st annual conference, November 14-16, 20087, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA / [edited by Tresa Randall]Material type: TextPublication details: [Birmingham, Ala.] : Congress on Research in Dance, c2008Description: xiv, 280 p. : ill. ; 28 cmOther title:
- Title from p.  of cover: Proceedings of the 41st annual meeting
- Title from p.  of cover: CORD 41st annual conference
- At head of title: Congress on Research in Dance, 2008 conference proceedings
- 2008 CORD proceedings [Running title]
- 792.807 22
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Includes bibliographical references.
"In search of something else" : Tiffany Tamaribuchi, Taiko drumming and queer spectatorship / Angela K. Ahlgren -- Using "fair use" to free archival resources : Dance Heritage Coalition's project to increase access to dance collections / Elizabeth Aldrich, Norton Owen, and Libby Smigel -- Dance education and technology : Working at the intersection of conflicting paradigms / Susan Bendix ... [et al.] -- Saturday night at Noyes Rhythm Camp / Meg Booker -- Female power and gender transcendence in the work of Martha Graham and Mary Wigman / Catherine Green -- Going native : Ethics and American cultural appropriation of Butoh dance / Tanya Calamoneri -- Performing and choreographing gender in Eiko & Koma's Cambodian stories / Rosemary Candelario -- Vai Sambar! American meaning making in Afro-Brazilian dance / Jessica Damon -- Methods to create a new paradigm for a feminine equality / Marilynn Danitz -- The "effiminate dancer" in Greco-Roman Egypt : The intimate performance of ambiguity / Andrea Deagon -- Of the absence of dance : Feminisms and pragmatisms in the writing of dance theory / Kent De Spain -- Globalization and dance in West Africa / Kadida Viviane Doumbia -- Women, protest, and dance : An activist art? / Kristi Faulkner -- Sahdji, an African ballet (1931) : Queer connections and the "Myth of the solitary genius" / Victoria Phillips Geduld -- "Fake bullets [can] scar me" : Revising a hip-hop feminist politic / Tanji Gilliam -- Dancing Americanness : Jane Addams's Hull House as a site for dance education / Jessica Ray Herzogenrath -- The cultural body and the politics of difference : How Korean dance is commodified in the politics of tourism / Hwan Jung Jae -- Reflections on Maya Deren's forgotten film / Ok Hee Jeong -- Toward defining contemporary Indian dance : A global form / Ketu H. Katrak -- Decoding the modern practice of Bharatanatyam / Aparna Keshaviah -- Women Work it on out : An intergenerational encounter through dance / Jayne King -- 3" golden lotus : The tradition of bound feet as depicted in contemporary choreography / Kelly Knox -- Mata Hari's images of femininity / Alexandra Kolb -- Gendering in the ascription of symbolic meaning to dance in Germany / E. Hollister Mathis-Masury -- Reclaiming the feminine : Bellydancing as a feminist project / Angela M. Moe -- Online learning in dance education / Erica Nielsen and Natalie King -- "Smooth criminals" : Mimicry, choreography, and discipline of Cebuano dancing inmates / Lorenzo Perillo -- Embodying classical jazz dance technique : Gus Giordano's dynamic rewriting of the female dancer's body / Linda Sabo -- YouTube, Beyonceworld, and Second Life : Do girls still "go to ballet"? / Virginia Taylor -- Performance of possibilities : A critical analysis of audience responses to Pipaashaa by Ananya Dance Theatre / Hui Nu Wilcox -- A physical experience while watching dance / Liesbeth Wildschut -- Gender in American protestant dance : Local and global implications / Emily Wright -- Creating contemporary ritual : The choreography of Lin Lee-Chen and Anna Halprin / Sheenru Yong -- Between resistance and restraint : The corporeal practice of ballet in a university classroom / Rim Zahra.