Dance, human rights, and social justice dignity in motion

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Full title: Dance, human rights, and social justice [electronic resource] : dignity in motion / edited by Naomi Jackson and Toni Shapiro-Phim.
Corporate Authors: Dawsonera
Other authors: Jackson, Naomi M.
Phim, Toni Samantha, 1957-
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. 1. Regulatory moves. Roadblock / M. Rafeedie ; Practical imperative: German dance, dancers, and Nazi politics / M. Kant ; Plunge not into the mire of worldly folly: nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century religious objections to social dance in the United States / E. Aldrich ; Dancing Chinese nationalism and anticommunism: The embodiment of nationalism in Zaire / J. Huckstep ; Dance and human rights int he middle east, North Africa, and Central Asia / A. Shay ; Right to dance: Exotic dancing in the United States / J.L. Hanna ; The hidden authoritarian roots in western concert dance / R. Lakes ; Human rights and dance through an artist's eyes / Y. Wang
  • pt. 2. Choreographing human rights. Fagaala / G. Acogny ; Your fight is our fight: Protest ballets in Sweden / C. Olsson ; Dancing in Paradise with Liz Lerman on 9/11 / L.F. Burnham ; What was always there / R. Lemon ; Cambodian dance and the individual artist / S.C. Shapiro ; Dancing against burning grounds: Notes on "From Sita: Lament, fury, and a plea for peace" / A. Chatterjea ; Human rights issues in the work of Barro Rojo Arte Escénico / C.D. Martínez (translated and edited by N.L. Ruyter) ; Requiem / L. Ponifasio ; Sardono: Dialogues with humankind and nature / S. Murgiyanto ; Adib's dance / G. Aldor
  • pt. 3. Healing, access, and the experience of youth. Japanese butoh and my right to heal / J. Kajiwara ; Dancing in our blood: Dance/movement therapy with street children and victims of organized violence in Haiti / A.E.L. Gray ; Interactions between movement and dance, visual images, Etno, and physical environments: Psychosocial work with war-affected refugee and internally displaced children and adults (Serbia 2001-2002) / A.J. Singer ; Sudanese youth: Dance as mobilization in the aftermath of war / D.A. Harris ; Community dance: Dance Arizona Repertory Theatre as a vehicle for cultural emancipation / M. Fitzgerald ; Doing time: Dance in prison ; Balance and freedom: Dancing in from the margins of disability / W. Bessing
  • pt 4. Kinetic transgressions. Exposure and concealment / N. Rowe ; The dance of life: Women and human rights in Chile / M. Agosín (translated by J. Molloy) ; Mediating Cambodian history, the sacred, and the earth / T. Shapiro-Phim ; No more starving int he attic: Senior dance artists advocate a Canadian artists' heritage resource centre / C. Anderson ; Dance and disability / A. Alessi, with S. Zolbrod ; Monuments and insurgencies in the age of AIDS / D. Gere ; If I survive: Yehudit Arnon's story as told to Judith Brin Ingber.