Dancing Across the Page (Book)

Narrative and Embodied Ways of Knowing

Category: Dance, Performing Arts


Karen Barbour is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. She is a member of the World Dance Alliance and the Congress on Research in Dance.

Chapter 1: Being: Introductions 
Chapter 2: Becoming: Feminist Choreography and Dance Research 
Chapter 3: Dancing Across the Page: Representing Research Through Narrative
Chapter 4: Dreaming Yourself Anew: Choreographic Strategies in Women’s Solo
Chapter 5: Knowing Differently, Living Creatively: Embodied Ways of Knowing 
Chapter 6: Standing Strong: Pedagogical Approaches to Affirming Identity 
Chapter 7: Improvising: Dance and Everyday Life 
Chapter 8: Performing Identity: Tattoos, Dreadlocks and Feminism in Everyday Life 
Chapter 9: Imaginings: Reaching for a Vision 
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