"This edited volume focuses on dance ethnographic research of scholars from diverse backgrounds including religious studies, social and cultural anthropology, history, psychosocial work, and tourism. It presents context rich ethnographic studies from around the world and examines current theoretical and methodological issues generated from them. This timely volume is a valuable contribution to ethnographic studies in dance." - Catherine Foley, University of Limerick, Ireland
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Dr Linda E. Dankworth is an Independent Dance Researcher and was a Co-Director of the Workshops of the World Folk Dance Festival (WFDF) in Palma Mallorca between 2005 and 2011. She was an Assessor for London Arts Dance Unit 2001-02, and worked for many years as a Performance Studies Lecturer and Community Dance Teacher for Camden and Westminster Colleges, AE and FE Institutes in London. Dr Ann R. David is Reader in Dance and Head of the Dance Department at the University of Roehampton, London where she teaches and researches in dance anthropology and South Asian classical and popular dance culture. She is trained in Bharatanatyam and Kathak, as well as ballet, contemporary and folk dance styles.