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Movable Pillars
Organizing Dance, 1956–1978
Katja Kolcio

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• PREFACE
• Project History
• Acknowledgements
• PART I
• INTRODUCTION
• Modern dance is a point of view
• PRECEDENTS: DANCE AS EDUCATION, ART AS CULTUE
• Dance as education
• Dance as art
• The art/education dichotomy
• Dance as cultural studies
• Art and the politics of knowledge
• The post war climate
• Performing a public voice: defining dance, defining dace research 1956-1970
• Defining research in dance
• CURRENT CONTEXTS: INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND THE PROBLEM OF PRACTICE
• Its own intellectual tradition
• PART II
• Telling the Times: Interviews
• AMERICAN DANCE GUILD (1956)
• Carolyn Bilderback
• Carole I. Binswanger
• Joseph Gifford
• Fannie Isquith
• Erna C. Lindner
• Bernice Rosen
• CONGRESS ON RESEARCH IN DANCE (1965)
• Jeannette S. Roosevelt
• Patricia A. Rowe
• AMERICAN DANCE THERAPY ASSOCIATION (1966)
• Sharon Chaiklin
• Beth Kalish-Weiss
• Catherine Hamilton Pasternak
• Claire Schmais
• AMERICAN COLLEGE DANCE FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION (1973)
• Jeanne Beaman
• Adam Pinsker
• DANCE CRITICS ASSOCIATION
• Deborah Jowitt
• Marcia B. Siegel
• SOCIETY OF DANCE HISTORY SCHOLARS (1978)
• Selma Jeanne Cohen
• Constance Kreemer
• Genevieve Oswald
• Conclusion
• Appendix I
• Appendix II
• Bibliography

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