A collection of cutting-edge and forward-thinking, full-length monographs and edited collections that challenge understandings of the body(ies) / performance / dance / choreography and its (their) relation to political, cultural, and socioeconomic issues and contexts, foster dialogue and interdisciplinarity, and critically explore the relationship between theory and practice.
The Choreopolitics of Alain Platel’s Les Ballets C de la B: Emotions, Gestures, Politics By Christel Stalpaert, Guy Cools and Hildegard De Vuyst (Eds.)
FALLING through dance and life By Emilyn Claid
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