Author: Ann Cooper Albright
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press (2013)
Softcover: 408 pages
The Politics and Poetics of Corporeality
For twenty-five years, Ann Cooper Albright has been exploring the intersection of cultural representation and somatic identity in dance. For Albright, dancing is a physical inquiry, a way of experiencing and participating in the world, and her writing reflects an interdisciplinary approach to seeing and thinking about dance. In her engagement as both a dancer and a scholar, Albright draws on her kinesthetic sensibilities as well as her intellectual knowledge to articulate how movement creates meaning. Throughout Engaging Bodies movement and ideas lean on one another to produce a critical theory anchored in the material reality of dancing bodies. This blend of cultural theory and personal circumstance will be useful and inspiring for emerging scholars and dancers looking for a model of writing about dance that thrives on the interconnectedness of watching and doing, gesture and thought.
nature, anglais, environnement, pédagogie / technique de la danse, pratiques somatiques / autres pratiques corporelles34,00€
écrits théoriques, anglais, "gender studies", identité culturelle, politique, danse classique, danse moderne33,00€