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Cote : 792.8089 M684a 2015

"Akram Khan: Dancing New Interculturalism analyses the relationship between this seminal British-Asian choreographer's complex identity-positions and his art through the lens of 'new interculturalism'. Through seven key case studies from Khan's oeuvre, this book demonstrates how Khan's philosophy and aesthetic of 'new interculturalism' is a challenge to the 1980s predominantly Westurn 'intercultural theatre' project, as more nuanced and embodied approach to representing Othernesses, from his own position of the Other. Additionally, the book challenges popular perception of Khan's art as contemporary South Asian dance by suggesting that, instead, Khan uses South Asian dramaturgical principles to transform the Westurn contemporary dance lansdcape in intercultural ways. Offering the first full-length investigation of Akram Khan's work, this book is essential reading for students, researchers, practicioners and fans of Khan's work."-P.4 de la couverture.

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"Akram Khan: Dancing New Interculturalism analyses the relationship between this seminal British-Asian choreographer's complex identity-positions and his art through the lens of 'new interculturalism'. Through seven key case studies from Khan's oeuvre, this book demonstrates how Khan's philosophy and aesthetic of 'new interculturalism' is a challenge to the 1980s predominantly Westurn 'intercultural theatre' project, as more nuanced and embodied ...

Khan, Akram, 1974- ; Khan, Akram, 1974- (Interprète) ; Danse contemporaine ; Culture ; Groupes ethniques ; Ethnicité ; Identité professionnelle

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Cote : 792.8012 T457b 2003

"The book begins by discussing the problem of the body in social and cultural theory, providing a lucid and succinct overview of the important thematic concerns that have dominated thinking about the body and drawing on the perspectives of feminism, semiotics, postculturalism and postmodernism. It then moves, via a discussion of ethnography as an embodied research methodology, to its second part, which focuses on the dancing body. Here a close reading of dance forms, content, traditions and bodily regimes - from classical ballet to rave culture - reveals how dance offers cultural and social criticism a rich and relatively uncharted terrain for studying and conceptualising expressive bodies"--P.[4] de la couv.
"The book begins by discussing the problem of the body in social and cultural theory, providing a lucid and succinct overview of the important thematic concerns that have dominated thinking about the body and drawing on the perspectives of feminism, semiotics, postculturalism and postmodernism. It then moves, via a discussion of ethnography as an embodied research methodology, to its second part, which focuses on the dancing body. Here a close ...

Corps humain ; Philosophie de la culture ; Différence (philosophie) ; Sexualité ; Histoire ; Contact improvisation ; Anthropologie ; Identité sexuelle

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