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The Body Can Speak: Essays on Creative Movement Education with Emphasis on Dance and Drama

The Body Can Speak: Essays on Creative Movement Education with Emphasis on Dance and Drama
Library Shelf Location 29c.MERT
Publication Date 30 Jun 2002
Description The 19 contributors to this book attest that movement is our first language, our universal language. The book gives a voice to accomplished teachers, actors, dancers, directors, authors and choreographers who share their experiences while they address creative-movement education from pre-school through college. As editor of this collection, dancer, choreographer and artistic director Annelise Mertz, provides both an aesthetic appreciation for creative-movement education, as well as practical pedagogy for incorporating dance and drama into contemporary curriculum. Contributors include Becky Engler-Hicks, Ruth Grauert, Anna Halprin, Joanna G. Harris, Margaret N. H'Doubler, Michael Hoeye, Murray Louis, Annelise Mertz, Jaime Nisenbaum, Carol North, Jeff Rehg, Shirley Ririe, G. Hoffman Soto, Emma D. Sheehy, Harold Taylor, Branislav Tomich, Dorothy M. Vislocky and Joan J. Woodbury.
ISBN 9780809324194
Quantity 1
Pages 168 pages
Editor Annelise Mertz
Format Paperback
Publisher Southern Illinois University Press
Category Dance
Language English

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