Finding a place for Hanya Holm

@article{Gitelman2000FindingAP,
  title={Finding a place for Hanya Holm},
  author={Claudia Gitelman},
  journal={Dance Chronicle},
  year={2000},
  volume={23},
  pages={49 - 71}
}
Standard histories of modern dance have tended to regard Hanya Holm as an extraneous figure, crediting her with having adapted German methods of dance training for American educational consumption and for influencing an array of students who became famous. History texts, which group Holm with other artists who taught at the Bennington School of the Dance (1934-1942), marginalize her for the fluid scenario of her career after Bennington. Holm's complex career is intriguing for what it suggests… 
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