Books

Dance, Architecture and Engineering (Dance in Dialogue)

Dance, Architecture and Engineering (Dance in Dialogue)

This book was born from a year of exchanges of movement ideas generated in cross-practice conversations and workshops with dancers, musicians, architects and engineers. There is a prioritizing of how embodied knowledges across dance, architecture and engineering can contribute to decolonizing the production of Place.

April 2021

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(re:)claiming ballet

(re:)claiming ballet

This edited anthology looks beyond mainstream ballet, bringing to light the overlooked influences that continue to inform the culture of ballet. An essential resource for the field of ballet studies and a major contribution to dance scholarship more broadly, (re:)claiming ballet will appeal to academics, researchers, and scholars; dance professionals and practitioners; and anyone interested in the intersection of race, class, gender, and dance.

April 2021

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Narratives in Black British Dance: Embodied Practices

Narratives in Black British Dance: Embodied Practices

This edited anthology remedies the distinct lack of publication on Dance of the African Diaspora from a post­colonial British perspective. Within the book are contributions from scholars and artists from across the field of dance. The book explores the multi-layered, multi-dimensional nature of artists and artistic work from within the spectrums of ‘Blackness’, ‘Britishness’, and ‘dance’

Akinleye, A. ed., (2018). Narratives in Black British Dance: Embodied Practices. London: Springer.

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