Dancing female: lives and issues of women in contemporary dance
Why do women choreographers choose to create the dances they do in the manner they do? How do women in dance work independently, and organizationally? How do women set up institutions? How has higher education helped or hindered women in the world of dance? These are some of the questions addressed...
|Other Authors:||Friedler, Sharon E.; Glazer, Susan.; Glazer, Susan; Barzel, Ann; Reinhart, Stephanie; Lewitzky, Bella; Willis, Cheryl; Austin, Judy; Cheney, Gay.; Haviland, Linda Caruso; Copeland, Roger.; Albright, Ann Cooper.; Sandler, Julie; Kirpich, Billie; McConnell, Carolyn; Lee, Susan.; Frank, Marion; Way, Brenda; Hess, Sally; Perron, Wendy; Welsh-Asante, Kariamu.; Bennahum, Ninotchka; Chatterjea, Ananya; Wang, Yunyu|
Choreography and dance studies ;