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Title Moving Across Disciplines:Dance in the Twenty-first Century
Creator Contributors
Abstract/Description Taking the perspective of both dancer and critic, Erin Brannigan examines the increasing disciplinarity of contemporary Australian dance practice and discusses local developments in the context of global trends and their history. Adaptability, openness, collaboration, inclusiveness?these are the terms that define a discipline that is a far cry from the closed, inward-looking, exclusive profile so often implied by the term 'contemporary dance'.
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Publisher Currency House
Publisher Location Strawberry Hills, NSW
Date Issued 2010
Language English
ISBN 10 978-0-98079-820-3
Citation Erin Brannigan, Moving Across Disciplines:Dance in the Twenty-first Century, Currency House, Strawberry Hills, NSW, 2010
Resource Identifier 44730