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Dancing East Asia
Katherine Mezur and Emily Wilcox, Editors
The political power of performing bodies
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Dancing East Asia
Katherine Mezur and Emily Wilcox, Editors
The political power of performing bodies
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Dancing East Asia
Katherine Mezur and Emily Wilcox, Editors
The political power of performing bodies
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Published by the University of Michigan Press on behalf of the Dance Studies Association,

Anne Flynn, President

 

Founded in 1988, Studies in Dance History aims to further the goals of the Dance Studies
Association by making widely available the extraordinarily rich and diverse scholarship that
takes dance as its subject. Ranging from new methods of historical inquiry to multiple
theoretical perspectives, volumes in the series answer a growing demand for works that provide
fresh analytical perspectives on dancing, dancers, and dances in a global context. Each volume
in the series is accessible to specialist and layperson alike, providing a valuable resource for

scholars and a pleasurable education for the general reader.

 

Series Editorial Board
Chair: Clare Croft

Members:

Melissa Blanco-Borelli

Sanja Andus L’Hotellier
Royona Mitra
Hannah Kosstrin
Linda Tomko
SanSan Kwan

Titles in the series:


Corporeal Politics: Dancing East Asia, edited by Katherine Mezur and Emily Wilcox


Previous titles, available from the University of Wisconsin Press:


Futures of Dance Studies, edited by Susan Manning, Janice Ross, and Rebecca Schneider
Dancing Spirit, Love, and War: Performing the Translocal Realities of Contemporary Fiji by
Evadne Kelly
Contemporary Directions in Asian American Dance, edited by Yutian Wong
Dramaturgy in Motion: At Work on Dance and Movement Performance by Katherine Profeta
The Body of the People: East German Dance since 1945 by Jens Richard Giersdorf
Directing the Dance Legacy of Doris Humphrey: The Creative Impulse of Reconstruction by
Lesley Main
Urban Bush Women: Twenty Years of African American Dance Theater, Community
Engagement, and Working It Out by Nadine George-Graves
Dance and the Nation: Performance, Ritual, and Politics in Sri Lanka by Susan A. Reed
Women’s Work: Making Dance in Europe before 1800, edited by Lynn Matluck Brooks
Dancing from Past to Present: Nation, Culture, Identities, edited by Theresa Jill Buckland
Kaiso!: Writings by and about Katherine Dunham, edited by VèVè A. Clark and Sara E.
Johnson
The Grotesque Dancer on the Eighteenth-Century Stage: Gennaro Magri and His World, edited
by Rebecca Harris-Warrick and Bruce Alan Brown
Liebe Hanya: Mary Wigman's Letters to Hanya Holm, compiled and edited by Claudia
Gitelman
Dancing Many Drums: Excavations in African American Dance, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz
Dancing Desires: Choreographing Sexualities on and off the Stage, edited by Jane C. Desmond


Studies in Dance History

Published by the University of Michigan Press on behalf of the Dance Studies Association,

Anne Flynn, President

 

Founded in 1988, Studies in Dance History aims to further the goals of the Dance Studies
Association by making widely available the extraordinarily rich and diverse scholarship that
takes dance as its subject. Ranging from new methods of historical inquiry to multiple
theoretical perspectives, volumes in the series answer a growing demand for works that provide
fresh analytical perspectives on dancing, dancers, and dances in a global context. Each volume
in the series is accessible to specialist and layperson alike, providing a valuable resource for

scholars and a pleasurable education for the general reader.

 

Series Editorial Board
Chair: Clare Croft

Members:

Melissa Blanco-Borelli

Sanja Andus L’Hotellier
Royona Mitra
Hannah Kosstrin
Linda Tomko
SanSan Kwan

Titles in the series:


Corporeal Politics: Dancing East Asia, edited by Katherine Mezur and Emily Wilcox


Previous titles, available from the University of Wisconsin Press:


Futures of Dance Studies, edited by Susan Manning, Janice Ross, and Rebecca Schneider
Dancing Spirit, Love, and War: Performing the Translocal Realities of Contemporary Fiji by
Evadne Kelly
Contemporary Directions in Asian American Dance, edited by Yutian Wong
Dramaturgy in Motion: At Work on Dance and Movement Performance by Katherine Profeta
The Body of the People: East German Dance since 1945 by Jens Richard Giersdorf
Directing the Dance Legacy of Doris Humphrey: The Creative Impulse of Reconstruction by
Lesley Main
Urban Bush Women: Twenty Years of African American Dance Theater, Community
Engagement, and Working It Out by Nadine George-Graves
Dance and the Nation: Performance, Ritual, and Politics in Sri Lanka by Susan A. Reed
Women’s Work: Making Dance in Europe before 1800, edited by Lynn Matluck Brooks
Dancing from Past to Present: Nation, Culture, Identities, edited by Theresa Jill Buckland
Kaiso!: Writings by and about Katherine Dunham, edited by VèVè A. Clark and Sara E.
Johnson
The Grotesque Dancer on the Eighteenth-Century Stage: Gennaro Magri and His World, edited
by Rebecca Harris-Warrick and Bruce Alan Brown
Liebe Hanya: Mary Wigman's Letters to Hanya Holm, compiled and edited by Claudia
Gitelman
Dancing Many Drums: Excavations in African American Dance, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz
Dancing Desires: Choreographing Sexualities on and off the Stage, edited by Jane C. Desmond



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