Dancing Cultures: Globalization, Tourism and Identity in the Anthropology of Dance

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Hélène Neveu Kringelbach, Jonathan Skinner
Berghahn Books, 1 Okt 2012 - 236 halaman
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Dance is more than an aesthetic of life – dance embodies life. This is evident from the social history of jive, the marketing of trans-national ballet, ritual healing dances in Italy or folk dances performed for tourists in Mexico, Panama and Canada. Dance often captures those essential dimensions of social life that cannot be easily put into words. What are the flows and movements of dance carried by migrants and tourists? How is dance used to shape nationalist ideology? What are the connections between dance and ethnicity, gender, health, globalization and nationalism, capitalism and post-colonialism? Through innovative and wide-ranging case studies, the contributors explore the central role dance plays in culture as leisure commodity, cultural heritage, cultural aesthetic or cathartic social movement.

 

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Introduction The Movement of Dancing Cultures Hélène Neveu Kringelbach and Jonathan Skinner
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PART I Dance and Globalization
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The Jive Story Jonathan Skinner
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A Transnational Perspective Helena Wulff
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Dancing Identities in Southern Italy Karen Lüdtke
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PART II Tourism Social Transformation and the Dance
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Transforming the Gaze and the Tourist Encounter at Híwus Feasthouse Linda ScarangellaMcNenly
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Performance and Dance Tourism in Southeast Asia Felicia HughesFreeland
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PART III Dance Identity and the Nation
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Performance and Regionalism in Senegal Hélène Neveu Kringelbach
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Choreographing National Identity in a Transnational Context Olga NájeraRamírez
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Chapter 9 Dance Youth and Changing Gender Identities in Korea Séverine Carrausse
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Childrens Performances in a Balinese Dance Studio Jonathan McIntosh
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Epilogue Making Culture through Dance Caroline Potter
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Notes on Contributors
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Index
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Chapter 6 Dance Visibility and Representational Selfawareness in an Emberá Community in Panama Dimitrios Theodossopoulos
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Hélène Neveu Kringelbach is a Senior Lecturer in African Studies at UCL. She was a researcher at the African Studies Centre in Oxford. Her current research interests include dance and musical theatre in West Africa and beyond, contemporary choreography in Africa and transnational families across Senegal and Europe.

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