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A. J. Cook, D. H. Lawrence, and Revolutionary England: Discourses and Performances of Region and Nation in 1926
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
Focusing on the coincidence of journeys to the East Midlands made by D. H. Lawrence and the Secretary of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, Arthur Cook, the chapter explores the ways in which the two men represented ...
The bubble that didn't burst: Dance Animateurs in the 1980s
(People Dancing: the foundation for community dance, 2016-12)
This article, written to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the foundation of People Dancing, outlines the debt those working in participatory and community dance today owe to the pioneers of community dance in the UK.
Construction and its shadow
This exhibition at Leeds City Art Gallery, funded by the Henry Moore Institute, draws on collections both from Leeds Museum and Galleries and the Arts Council collection to look at groups of British artists that came to ...
The National Association of Dance and Mime Animateurs (1986-9): a community of practice
(Dance Research, 2013-11)
The Foundation for Community Dance is the national lead body for community dance in the UK. It has been at the forefront of the development of community dance in Britain continuously for over twenty five years. It began, ...
The Dance of the Future: Wassily Kandinsky’s Vision, 1908–1928
One can best glean painter Wassily Kandinsky’s contribution to ideas about dance by looking at the totality of his writings. Kandinsky conceptualized dance as part of his theories for a new abstract art in his major book ...
Melanchotopia was a site-specific exhibition curtaed by Nicolaus Schafhausen and Anne-Claire Schmitz from Witte de With that invited more than forty international artists to work with a range of different venues within ...
Romantic Poetry and Literary Coteries
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-08)
'Canyon and Cave' digital print in the Fold exhibition
(IMPACT 9, 2015)
'Fold' was a portfolio of prints curated by Wuon-Gean Ho for IMPACT 9, international printmaking conference. The portfolio responded to questions of the relevance and meaning of print in the digital age. The aspects of ...
Ewan MacColl, “the brilliant young Scots dramatist”: Regional myth-making and Theatre Workshop
(International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 2011)
"A Ballad Intituled a Pleasant Newe Jigge": The Relationship between the Broadside Ballad and the Dramatic Jig
(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)
Dialogues in song set to popular tunes describes both the broadside ballad and the dramatic jig, and no doubt both forms of popular entertainment are related. If the dramatic jig was a sung-drama featuring props, disguising, ...