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anthropology of dance

Judith Lynne Hanna

anthropology of dance

a selected bibliography.

by Judith Lynne Hanna

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Published by College of Human Ecology, University of Maryland in College Park.Md .
Written in English


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Originally published 1976.

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  “This collection of essays is a welcome focus on dance anthropology. The book encompasses chapters on an impressive range of traditions and practices from developed as well as developing countries across the world, including small and large phenomena. It has a clear introduction to orientate readers in the anthropological study of dance Pages:


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Drid Williams's definitive text is explicitly intended for graduate students in anthropology faced with the wide spectrum of theories of human movement, including the dance, sign language, martial Cited by:   "Dance is a powerful, frequently adopted symbol of the way people feel about themselves.

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Now in paperback, Anthropology and the Dance is a lively, controversial examination and discussion of theories of dance by the pioneer of the anthropology of human movement. Drid Williams's definitive text is explicitly intended for graduate students in anthropology faced with the wide spectrum of theories of human movement, including the dance, sign language, martial 2/5(1).

Development of Dance Ethnography. Evans-Pritchard argues for dance in a social context as a topic for anthropological study, emphasizing its ability to contribute to theoretical debate.

While the anthropology of dance was being established in the s and s, the cross-cultural perspective accentuated the problem of finding a shared definition of dance.

Dancing has its place in all societies; yet the phenomenon of dance has been oddly neglected by most anthropologists. This volume is intended to further anthropological awareness of its critical relevance.

It is claimed that, in a very important sense, society creates the dance, and it is to society and not just to the dancer's experience that we must turn to understand its significance.2/5(1). Request PDF | The Anthropology of Dance | This is the reprint edition, with a new chapter bringing the field up to date, of the pioneering book that was the first general introduction Author: Anya Peterson Royce.

Anthropology and the Study of Dance Article (PDF Available) in CORD News 6(1) November with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Judith Hanna. Get this from a library. The anthropology of dance. [Anya Peterson Royce] -- "Dance makes its unique contribution to society and culture by virtue of its form and expression; at the same time it is intimately bound up with the elements of religion, kinship and social.

MA Dance Anthropology investigates dance from a non-Eurocentric perspective, placing the practices and values of the dancers into sociocultural and comparative understanding. At the heart of the programme is a focus upon ethnographic perspectives in dance to gain firsthand experience of different cultural approaches to dance practice.

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Ethnochoreology (also dance ethnology, dance anthropology) is the study of dance through the application of a number of disciplines such as anthropology, musicology, ethnomusicology, and word itself is relatively recent and etymologically means “the study of ethnic dance”, though this is not exclusive of research on more formalized dance forms, such as.

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