Preserving dance across time and space / edited by Lynn Matluck Brooks and Joellen A. MeglinMaterial type: TextPublication details: Abingdon : Routledge, 2013Description: xiv, 301 s. : illISBN:
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Introduction -- Part I: Choreography, the Archives, and Sustaining a Legacy. Choreographers' Archives: Three Case Studies in Legacy Preservation -- The Choreographer's Trust: Negotiating Authority in Peggy Baker's Archival Project -- A Bold Step Forward: Genevieve Oswald and the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library -- Preserving Dance Legacies: The Choreographic Trust as a Legal Instrument -- Part II: Preservation and Creation. Gained in Translation: Recreation as Creative Practice -- The Dancing Gaze across Cultures: Kazuo Ohno's Admiring La Argentina -- Part III: Preservation in Diaspora. Celebrations During a Traditional Wedding on the Island of Rhodes -- A Creative Process in Ethiopian-Israeli Dance: Eskesta Dance Theater and Beta Dance Troupe -- Dance and Difference: Toward an individualization of the Pontian Self.