Teaching Dance Studies is a practical guide, written by college professors and dancers/choreographers active in the field, introducing key issues in dance pedagogy. Many young people graduating from universities with degrees - either PhDs or MFAs - desire to teach dance, either in college settings or at local dance schools.
This collection covers all areas of dance education, including improvisation/choreography; movement analysis; anthropology; theory; music for dance; dance on film; kinesiology/injury prevention; notation; history; archiving; and criticism.
Among the contributors included in the volume are: Bill Evans, writing on movement analysis; Susan Foster on dance theory; Ilene Fox on notation; Linda Tomko addresses new approaches to teaching the history of all types of dance; and Elizabeth Aldrich writing on archiving.
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|Size: ||23.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781134947546 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|