Category: Dance

Cambria Press New Book! Hybrid Lives of Teaching Artists in Dance and Theatre Arts

  The role of the hybrid artist-educator in schools and communities over the past fifty years has evolved significantly. Although education reform and political pressures during the last five decades have frequently interrupted steady and sustained arts education programming in the United States—especially in theatre and dance—the teaching artist today performs an important role in numerous educational contexts. This volume,...

Essential New Book for Dance Scholars! Special Introductory Price Ends June 21!

Cambria Press is offering a special introductory price for Perspectives on Contemporary Dance History: Revisiting Impulse, 1950–1970 edited by Thomas K. Hagood and Luke C. Kahlich, which has just been published. The foreword is by Joanna Gerwertz Harris. This one-of-a-kind book is a must for dance scholars, dance historians, cultural theorists, education specialist, arts librarians, and those who seek a...

Cambria Press Forthcoming Titles!

Perspectives on Contemporary Dance History: Revisiting Impulse, 1950–1970 Egypt:  Ancient Histories, Modern Archaeologies Literature by the Working Class:  English Autobiographies, 1820–1848 The Male Empire Under the Female Gaze:  The British Raj and the Memsahib LIKE  Cambria Press on Facebook, Follow Cambria Press on Twitter, and  share this news from Cambria Press on Google+! Visit the Cambria Press website

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