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New German dance studies / edited by Susan Manning and Lucia Ruprecht.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2012Description: x, 283 sidor illustrationer 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780252036767
  • 025203676X
  • 9780252078439
  • 0252078438
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 793.31943 23
LOC classification:
  • GV1651 .N48 2012
Other classification:
  • Eabiky
Contents:
Affect, discourse and dance before 1900 / Christina Thurner -- Lola Montez and Spanish dance in the 19th century / Claudia Jeschke -- Picturing Palucca at the Bauhaus / Susan Funkenstein -- Rudolf Laban's dance film projects / Susanne Franco -- Hanya Holm and an American Tanzgemeinschaft / Tresa Randall -- Lotte Goslar's clowns / Karen Mozingo -- Back again? Valeska Gert's exiles / Kate Elswit -- Was bleibt? The politics of East German dance / Marion Kant -- Warfare over realism: Tanztheater in East Germany, 1966-1989 / Franz Anton Cramer -- Moving against disappeareance: East German bodies in contemporary choreography / Jens Richard Giersdorf -- Pina Bausch, Mary Wigman and the aesthetic of "Being Moved" / Sabine Huschka -- Negotiating choreography, letter and law in William Forsythe / Gerald Siegmund -- Engagements with the past in contemporary dance / Yvonne Hardt -- Lecture performance as contemporary dance / Maaike Bleeker -- Toward a theory of cultural translation in dance / Gabriele Klein
Summary: New German Dance Studies offers fresh histories and theoretical inquiries that resonate across fields of the humanities. Sixteen essays range from eighteenth-century theater dance to popular contemporary dances in global circulation. In an exquisite trans-Atlantic dialogue that demonstrates the complexity and multilayered history of German dance, American and European scholars and artists elaborate on definitive performers and choreography, focusing on three major thematic areas: Weimar culture and its afterlife, the German Democratic Republic, and recent conceptual trends in theater dance
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Affect, discourse and dance before 1900 / Christina Thurner -- Lola Montez and Spanish dance in the 19th century / Claudia Jeschke -- Picturing Palucca at the Bauhaus / Susan Funkenstein -- Rudolf Laban's dance film projects / Susanne Franco -- Hanya Holm and an American Tanzgemeinschaft / Tresa Randall -- Lotte Goslar's clowns / Karen Mozingo -- Back again? Valeska Gert's exiles / Kate Elswit -- Was bleibt? The politics of East German dance / Marion Kant -- Warfare over realism: Tanztheater in East Germany, 1966-1989 / Franz Anton Cramer -- Moving against disappeareance: East German bodies in contemporary choreography / Jens Richard Giersdorf -- Pina Bausch, Mary Wigman and the aesthetic of "Being Moved" / Sabine Huschka -- Negotiating choreography, letter and law in William Forsythe / Gerald Siegmund -- Engagements with the past in contemporary dance / Yvonne Hardt -- Lecture performance as contemporary dance / Maaike Bleeker -- Toward a theory of cultural translation in dance / Gabriele Klein

New German Dance Studies offers fresh histories and theoretical inquiries that resonate across fields of the humanities. Sixteen essays range from eighteenth-century theater dance to popular contemporary dances in global circulation. In an exquisite trans-Atlantic dialogue that demonstrates the complexity and multilayered history of German dance, American and European scholars and artists elaborate on definitive performers and choreography, focusing on three major thematic areas: Weimar culture and its afterlife, the German Democratic Republic, and recent conceptual trends in theater dance

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