Worlding Dance and Dancing Out There in the World

  title={Worlding Dance and Dancing Out There in the World},
  author={M. E. Savigliano},
Prompted by the late twentieth-century, and still growing, interest in World Dance evidenced by the emergence of this rubric in US college circles (including courses in Dance departments and newly developed academic jobs), bookings in performing venues (including World Dance festivals and shows), the support offered through funding agencies invested in arts and cultures, and the attention devoted by dance critics and scholars, as by dancers and dance lovers, I propose to consider some questions… Expand
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