Toward Embodied Education, 1850s--2007: Historical, Cultural, Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives Impacting Somatic Education in United States Higher Education Dance

Toward Embodied Education, 1850s--2007: Historical, Cultural, Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives Impacting Somatic Education in United States Higher Education Dance

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Examination reveals that sociocultural and political trends, and philosophies and methodologies established by dance educators, artists, researchers and therapists, movement systems and body therapy innovators, and education, somatic and psychology theorists provide foundations for somatic education in higher education dance as well as for its future viability. Additionally, embodied practices have been utilized in higher education dance toward a myriad of applications for almost a century with continued utilization today.formulation of dance educational theory and practice. Additionally, in The Cultivation ... PhD diss. Ohio State University, 1984. 60 See: Gottschild, Brenda Dixon. The Black Dancing Body: A Geography From Coon to Cool. New York: Palgraveanbsp;...


Title:Toward Embodied Education, 1850s--2007: Historical, Cultural, Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives Impacting Somatic Education in United States Higher Education Dance
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