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The phenomenology of dance
|Statement||Maxine Sheets-Johnstone ; with a new pref. by the author.|
|LC Classifications||GV1595 .S5 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||79007779|
The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology presents twenty-eight chapters on the field of contemporary phenomenology, and gives an overview of the type of work and range of topics found and discussed in contemporary phenomenology. The chapters aim to articulate and develop original theoretical perspectives. Some of them are concerned with issues and questions . In The Science of Culture and the Phenomenology of Styles, Renato Barilli examines the history of artistic style in relation to scientific discovery. Applying an innovative analysis, he illustrates the subtle, yet intrinsic, connection between paradigm shifts in the sciences and in the arts.
Maurice Merleau-Ponty, (born Ma , Rochefort, Fr.—died May 4, , Paris), philosopher and man of letters, the leading exponent of Phenomenology in France.. Merleau-Ponty studied at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and took his agrégation in philosophy in He taught in a number of lycées before World War II, during which he served as an army officer. “Phenomenology: An Approach to Dance.” In The Dance Experience: Readings in Dance Appreciation, edited by Nadel, Myron Howard and Miller, Constance Nadel, 33 – New York: Universe Books.
As our computers become closer to our bodies, perspectives from phenomenology and dance can help us understand the wider social uses of digital technologies and design future technologies that expand our social, physical, and emotional Closer, Susan Kozel draws on live performance practice, digital technologies, and the philosophical approach of phenomenology. "Clearly written, superbly researched, and theoretically daring, Closer is one of the first major attempts in performance and dance theory to reconcile the phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty with the practical philosophy of Gilles : $
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Sheets-Johnstone considers dance as an aesthetic mode of expression, and integrates theories of dance into philosophical discussions of the nature of movement.
Back in print after nearly 20 years, The Phenomenology of Dance provides an informed approach to teaching dance and to dance education, appreciation, criticism, and by: "This is a pathbreaking book both for dance studies and for phenomenology.
It teaches dance scholars how to analyze the lived experience of movement in dance and its implications for dance education, performance, and criticism. It teaches phenomenologists that dance is a central, even unavoidable concern for anyone interested in the lived body.
Sheets-Johnstone considers dance as an aesthetic mode of expression, and integrates theories of dance into philosophical discussions of the nature of movement. Back in print after nearly 20 years, The Phenomenology of Dance provides an informed approach to teaching dance and to dance education, appreciation, criticism, and choreography.
Books for Libraries, - Performing Arts - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Other editions - View all. The Phenomenology of Dance Maxine Sheets-Johnstone Snippet view - The Phenomenology of Dance Maxine Sheets-Johnstone Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.
" The Phenomenology of Dance is both a germinal work in dance philosophy and a unique advocacy statement for a phenomenological approach to dance in education. Sheets-Johnstone's vision of dance was ahead of its time, as cogent today as in " (Karen E.
Bond, Temple University)". The Phenomenology of Dance. movement of dance. Throughout the book, the philosopher of sport will likely find it quite. easy to substitute language and examples appropriate to : Christina Conroy.
The Phenomenology of Dance. Maxine Sheets-Johnstone - - Books for Libraries. Dance and the Lived Body a Descriptive Aesthetics. Sondra Horton Fraleigh - Differentiating Phenomenology and Dance. Philipa Rothfield - - Topoi 24 (1)Author: Christina Conroy. Book Review The Phenomenology of Dance Herman Jiesamfoek School of Education, Brooklyn College/CUNY, James Hall, Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New YorkUSA Correspondence [email protected]: Herman Jiesamfoek.
Merleau-Ponty: Phenomenology. The use of Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology has been established for a while in the field of dance studies, to overcome the dualism between the body and mind in the process of dance making and to bring to the fore the lived experience of dancers and audiences alike (Horton Fraleigh,; Sheets-Johnstone, ).
Back in print after approximately two decades, The Phenomenology of Dance presents an educated method of educating dance and to bounce schooling, appreciation, feedback, and choreography. as well as the foreword by means of Merce Cunningham from the unique version, and the preface from the second one variation, this 50th anniversary version.
Back in print after nearly 20 years, The Phenomenology of Dance provides an informed approach to teaching dance and to dance education, appreciation, criticism, and choreography.
In addition to the foreword by Merce Cunningham from the original edition, and the preface from the second edition, this fiftieth anniversary edition includes an in Brand: Temple University Press.
The Phenomenology of Dance. Maxine Sheets-Johnstone. Books for Libraries () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords Dance Philosophy Phenomenology: Categories No categories specified (categorize this paper) Reprint years Buy the book $ used (8% off) Amazon page: Call number GVS5 ISBN(s Buy the book: $ used $ new, Amazon page.
This book investigates the phenomenological ways that dance choreographing and dance performance exemplifies both Truth and meaning-making within Native American epistemology, from an analytic perspective. It contributes to the growing area of Native American Philosophy.
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The () book on phenomenology of dance is a valuable source of how to determine the experience of dance. By putting stress upon phenomenology, the environment in which the dancer operates gets expanded in order to allow for creative dancing approach.
First of all, dance is experience that involves moving of the body through space and time. “This book closes an obvious gap between Native American epistemology and philosophy of dance performance, The Phenomenology of a Performative Knowledge System Dancing with Native American Epistemology.
Authors. Sheets-Johnstone considers dance as an aesthetic mode of expression, and integrates theories of dance into philosophical discussions of the nature of movement.
Back in print after nearly 20 years, The Phenomenology of Dance provides an informed approach to teaching dance and to dance education, appreciation, criticism, and : Maxine Sheets-Johnstone. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine. Phenomenology of dance.
London: Dance Books, (OCoLC) Document Type. Book Description: When The Phenomenology of Dance was first published inMaxine Sheets-Johnstone asked: "When we look at a dance, what do we see?" Her questions, about the nature of our experience of dance and the nature of dance as a formed and performed art, are still provocative and acutely significant today.
This book is the first to consider contemporary African dance theatre aesthetics in the context of phenomenology, whiteness, and the gaze. Rather than a discussion of African dance per se, the author challenges hegemonic perceptions of contemporary African dance theatre to interrogate the extent to which white supremacy and privilege weave through capitalist necropolitics and determine our.“This is a pathbreaking book both for dance studies and for phenomenology.
It teaches dance scholars how to analyze the lived experience of movement in dance and its implications for dance education, performance, and criticism. It teaches phenomenologists that dance is a central, even unavoidable concern for anyone interested in the lived body.This paper critically reviews phenomenological philosophy of the body in light of postmodern and postcolonial critiques of universalism.
It aims to recast the notion of the lived body in plural rather than singular terms. It does so within the context of phenomenology and dance, using cultural anthropology to highlight the sense in which bodies are culturally and corporeally specific.