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Post-apartheid dance : many bodies, many voices, many stories / edited by Sharon Friedman

Contributor(s): Friedman, Sharon, 1947- [edt]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012 Description: 180 s. : illISBN: 9781443840361 (inb.); 9781443875349 (pbk); 1443875341(pbk)Subject(s): Sydafrika | Dans | Folkdans | ApartheidDDC classification: 793.31968 Other classification: Iky
Contents:
Mapping an historical context for theatre dance in South Africa / sharon Friedman -- Cape Town City Ballet: conserving the voice of classical ballet / Elizabeth Triegaardt -- Ballet Blanc to Ballet Black: performing whiteness in post-apartheid South African dance / Steven van Wyk -- Voicing the unspoken: culturally connecting race, gender and nation in women's choreographic dand dance practices in post-apartheid Sough Africa / Lliande Loots -- Lost meaning-new traditions: shaping identity in the "new" South Africa: an overview of social traditional African dance in South African townships / Maxwell Xolani Rani -- The impact of the tourist gaze on the voice of South African contemporary dance / Sharon Friedman -- Gate-crashing prejudices and perceptions: the enduring legacy of arts and dance festivals in post-apartheid South Africa / Adrienne Sichel -- Left feet first: dancing disability / Gerard M Samuel -- Community in concert: transformation, development and community dance / Kristina Johnstone
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen
Iky Post-apartheid 1 Available 43731009181
Total holds: 0

Mapping an historical context for theatre dance in South Africa / sharon Friedman -- Cape Town City Ballet: conserving the voice of classical ballet / Elizabeth Triegaardt -- Ballet Blanc to Ballet Black: performing whiteness in post-apartheid South African dance / Steven van Wyk -- Voicing the unspoken: culturally connecting race, gender and nation in women's choreographic dand dance practices in post-apartheid Sough Africa / Lliande Loots -- Lost meaning-new traditions: shaping identity in the "new" South Africa: an overview of social traditional African dance in South African townships / Maxwell Xolani Rani -- The impact of the tourist gaze on the voice of South African contemporary dance / Sharon Friedman -- Gate-crashing prejudices and perceptions: the enduring legacy of arts and dance festivals in post-apartheid South Africa / Adrienne Sichel -- Left feet first: dancing disability / Gerard M Samuel -- Community in concert: transformation, development and community dance / Kristina Johnstone

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