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Martha Graham : Gender and the Haunting of a Dance Pioneer,9781841505084
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Martha Graham : Gender and the Haunting of a Dance Pioneer

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ISBN13:

9781841505084

ISBN10:
1841505080
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/15/2013
Publisher(s):
Univ of Chicago Pr

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Summary

In her heyday, Martha Graham's name was internationally recognized within the modern dance world, and though trends in choreography continue to change, her status in dance still inspires regard. In this, the first extended feminist look at this modern dance pioneer, Victoria Thoms explores the cult of Graham and her dancing through a feminist lens that exposes the gendered meaning behind much of her work. Thoms synthesizes a diverse archive of material on Graham from films, photographs, memoir, and critique in order to uniquely highlight her contribution to the dance world and arts culture in general.


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