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By examining the development of modern dance in the USA in the inter-war period, Thomas develops a framework for analysing dance from a sociological perspective. She applies her approach to, among others, St Denis, Ted Shawn, and Martha Graham.
ebook, 232 pages
Published September 2nd 2003 by Routledge (first published October 19th 1995)
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Helen Thomas is a noted news service reporter, a Hearst Newspapers columnist, and member of the White House Press Corps. She served for fifty-seven years as a correspondent and, later, White House bureau chief for United Press International (UPI). Thomas has covered every president since John F. Kennedy, was the first woman officer of the National Press Club, was the first woman member and preside...more
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