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The Hong Kong International Dance Conference, Volume I (A-J)


July 15 – 28 1990
296 p.
Conference papers. Papers include: Using Form Critical Categories to Discern a Wider Range of Liturgical Dances in Biblical and Historical Sources Relating Dance and Religion -- Dance Analysis or Movement Analysis -- A New Look at an Old Dance: The Waltz -- Martha Graham and the Quest for the Feminine in Eve, Lilith and Judith -- The Young Choreographer: Is Struggle the Only Answer? -- The Symbolism of the Dance in Ancient Korean Culture -- Correlational Analysis of Aesthetic Competency, Skill Acquisition and Physiologic Capabilities of Modern Dance -- The Way of Antony Tudor or in Tudor's Words -- The Dynamics of the Singapore Malay Dance -- Christian Sacred Dance in California -- Dramatic Character of 15th Century Italian Dance with Particular Reference to the Dances of Domencio da Piacenza -- Up From Under: The Afrocentric Tradition in American Concert Dance -- Good Intentions and Dancing Moments: Agency, Freedom and Self-Knowledge in Dance -- Dance Play for Physically Disabled Children as a Compliment or as an Alternative to Physiotherapy -- Research into the Language Issues Affecting Communication about Dance in Education and Literature -- Sacred Dances of Tibet's Gelugpa Sect -- The Theories of Modern Dance and its related Fields -- Mary Wigman: One Artist's Definition of Dance -- Deconstructing Dance: Edoudard Lock's Postmodern Steps -- British Modern Dance: Early Radicalism

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