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Choreographing History (Unnatural Acts: Theorizing the Performative) ePub download

by Susan Leigh Foster

  • Author: Susan Leigh Foster
  • ISBN: 0253324114
  • ISBN13: 978-0253324115
  • ePub: 1918 kb | FB2: 1614 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (May 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 272
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Choreographing History (Unnatural Acts: Theorizing the Performative) ePub download

assembles an impressive diversity of sites, disciplines and critical approaches. includes not only historical bodies and discourses, but also the very bodies of the historians themselves. Parachute "This volume is not only full of gems (the very lineup of preeminent scholars is impressive), but is also a neat cross-section of the academic conventions and mannerisms of our time. In Choreographing History, historians of science, sexuality, the arts, and history itself focuses on the body, merging the project of writing about the body with theoretical concerns in the writing of history.

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oceedings{Brett2010baturalA, title {batural Acts : Theorizing the Performative}, author {Philip Brett and Susan Leigh Foster and Mario Biagioli}, year {2010} }. Philip Brett, Susan Leigh Foster, Mario Biagioli. e partitioning of performance into obligatory appearances and strict allowances is a complex social code assumed to he "natural" until ent notions of performativity unmasked its operations.

Courtesy of Dr. Susan Leigh Foster. Her most recent book, Choreographing Empathy: Kinesthesia in Performance (2011), examines the connection that viewers make to performers, focusing on the kinesthetic sense of action that is conveyed through dancing.

3) Susan Leigh Foster, choreographer, dancer, writer, is Professor of Dance at the University of California campuses of Riverside and . Decomposition: Post-Disciplinary Performance Unnatural Acts: Theorizing the Performative. Sue-Ellen Case, Philip Brett, Susan Leigh Foster.

3) Susan Leigh Foster, choreographer, dancer, writer, is Professor of Dance at the University of California campuses of Riverside and Davis. Indiana University Press, 2000.

Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Invents a new method for writing the history of performance: Foster has found an innovative way of appealing directly to the kinesthetic imagination of her readers, evoking the elusive styles of the pieces she reconstructs.

Series: Unnatural Acts: Theorizing the Performative. Published by: Indiana University Press. The fluid nature of performance studies and the widening embrace of the idea of performativity has produced in Decomposition: Post-Disciplinary Performance a collection of great interest that crosses disciplinary lines of academic work. The essays move from the local to the global, from history to sport, from body parts to stage productions, and from race relations to global politics. eISBN: 978-0-253-02820-4. Subjects: Performing Arts, Anthropology.

Series Unnatural Acts: Theorizing the Performative. This volume is not only full of gems (the very lineup of preeminent scholars is impressive), but is also a neat cross-section of the academic conventions and mannerisms of our time.

"... I have used essays from the book to help dance graduate students push their thinking beyond the studio and their own physical experience and to realize the varied resources, approaches, and theoretical positions possible in writing about the body." -- Dance Research Journal

"Choreographing History... assembles an impressive diversity of sites, disciplines and critical approaches... [and] includes not only historical bodies and discourses, but also the very bodies of the historians themselves." -- Parachute

"This volume is not only full of gems (the very lineup of preeminent scholars is impressive), but is also a neat cross-section of the academic conventions and mannerisms of our time." -- Dance Chronicle

"... [an] important step... in the ineluctable dance by postmodern historians across a bridge that spans the gaps among disciplines, between theory and practice, and betweeen present and past." -- Theatre Journal

Historians of science, sexuality, the arts, and history itself focus on the body, merging the project of writing about the body with theoretical concerns in the writing of history.