7 edition of How to Make Dances in an Epidemic found in the catalog.
September 15, 2004 by University of Wisconsin Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||352|
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How to Make Dances in an Epidemic: Tracking Choreography in the Age of AIDS. In this Book. Additional Information. David Gere, who came of age as a dance critic at the height of the AIDS epidemic, offers the first book to examine in depth the interplay of AIDS and choreography in the United States, specifically in relation to gay men.
The. "David Gere's "How to Make Dances in an Epidemic" is the definitive study of AIDS and dance, but its contribution extends well beyond these fields of inquiry.
A model of impassioned scholarship, this book rescues a nearly forgotten queer archive from obscurity while demonstrating how the arts continue to make all the difference in our lives Cited by: Gere also wrote about the dance community’s response to AIDS in his book “How to Make Dances in an Epidemic: Tracking Choreography in the Age of AIDS.” “It was so clear that the artists could actually do something, could help in a way that transcended just.
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"David Gere's How to Make Dances in an Epidemic is the definitive study of AIDS and dance, but its contribution extends well beyond these fields of inquiry. A model of impassioned scholarship, this book rescues a nearly forgotten queer archive from obscurity while demonstrating how the arts continue to make all the difference in our lives Price: $ How to Make Dances in an Epidemic: Tracking Choreography in the Age of Aids | David Gere | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. How to Make Dances in an Epidemic Tracking Choreography in the Age of AIDS David Gere "Anyone interested in dance or in gay culture or in art and politics should, as I did, find this a fascinating book, impossible to put down." —Sally Banes, editor of Reinventing Dance in the s.
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Most Popular. Get this from a library. How to make dances in an epidemic: tracking choreography in the age of AIDS. [David Gere] -- David Gere, who came of age as a dance critic at the height of the AIDS epidemic, offers the first book to examine in depth the interplay of AIDS.
The book covers cutting-edge dancers, and believe me, they succeed at shocking their audiences (or at least this reader). Professor Gere is not only an academic describing performances after the fact, he was also a journalist who was covering AIDS and the dance community's response to it from the beginning.
How to Have Theory in an Epidemic Paula A. Treichler has become a singularly important voice among the significant theorists on the AIDS crisis. Dissecting the cultural politi.
The dancing plague (or dance epidemic) of was a case of dancing mania that occurred in Strasbourg, Alsace (now modern-day France), in the Holy Roman Empire in July Somewhere between 50 and people took to dancing for days.
In the Visual Arts section, David Gere’s book How to Make Dances How to Make Dances in an Epidemic book an Epidemic: Tracking Choreography in the Age of AIDS shows how gay men channeled their feelings into art during the public health crisis of the s and s — a moment Nelson says we may see paralleled amid today’s pandemic, as “one of these things we might see out.
His most recent book, How to Make Dances in an Epidemic: Tracking Choreography in the Age of AIDS (University of Wisconsin Press, ), has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award. With funding from the Global Impact Research program of UCLA International Institute, Gere is currently leading a three-year initiative on global HIV/AIDS and.
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— David Gere, How to Make Dances in an Epidemic A cornucopia of appreciation to Polly Kummel. “ Polly Proofreader,” as she should be known in the trade, is tireless and discerning, with a.
The book includes images of Visual AIDS projects, collaborations, and printed matter; the organization’s eponymous website includes an online gallery of artists’ works. Loss within Loss: Artists in the Age of AIDS, edited by Edmund White, makes real the void created by the loss of many New York artists in the early days of the epidemic.
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Its Bo Diddley “Shave-and-a-haircut” beat is found in dance music all over the world is a big star again and Van McCoy’s “The Hustle” is ready to take its place among the world’s greatest group dances. Chicken. Joe Goode calls death a "great equalizing experience." He's witnessed more than his share of loved ones and acquaintances succumb to the merciless claws of AIDS.
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Dancing is part of being human. Our earliest ancestors moved their bodies to the accompaniment of rhythms and chants. This urge to move, together with sounds or music, is part of our human nature. The tool that is most often wielded is shame. Doctors, teachers, family and friends are encouraged to shame fat people, to make them feel horrible about themselves, hate the body they live in % of the time.
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It was a warm July day when Frau Troffea began to dance. She walked out of her home, into the narrow streets of Strasbourg, and began her frenzied steps. She danced uninterrupted for nearly a week, her feet swollen and bleeding.
By the time she had tired of dancing, 34 of her neighbors had joined her; by the end of August, of Strasbourg’s residents were dancing wildly through the streets. The setting of a smallpox epidemic is timely for current events, and provided a unique background to this Victorian era novel.
By the end of the book, I was struggling with wanting to savor every last word and simultaneously speed read the remaining pages to find out what 4/5(22). Naval officials cancelled all dances and ordered the men to keep way from gatherings of any kind, and shortly thereafter prohibited all visitors at the station McBride had no real way of knowing the extent of the epidemic, since it was not until October 9 that influenza was made a reportable disease.
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It is a story of science and evolution that looks to. “University in gloom; no dances,” a headline in the Daily Cardinal declared on Nov. 7, “Hopes again are shattered. No dances, is the latest edict of the health board,” the story said.
“Plans for weekend entertainments, especially among university young people, have flown to. The Harvard historian Jill Lepore recounted recently in The New Yorker magazine that when democracies sink into crisis, the question “where are we going?” leaps to everyone’s mind as if we.
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Historian John Waller, author of the forthcoming book, "A Time to Dance, A Time to Die: The Extraordinary Story of the Dancing Plague of ," studied the illness at.
As COVID 19 dances across global headlines, and news channels, the Spanish Flu is often mentioned as a comparison. Most people had not personally experienced an epidemic or pandemic until COVID If you are interested in the history of Pandemics (and more specifically, the.
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Become familiar with the following format and be sure to use it when writing your letter. Place your name, title, and address on the top left of the : M. Part of a convivial attempt to deny the finality of death, dances also had other manifestations and functions.
In the so-called Dance of Death, a performer beckoned people to the world beyond in a reaction to the epidemic Black Death ( – ), a bubonic plague outbreak in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, and England.
Evolving with the. Langley is also a founder and editor of Red Sky: poetry on the global epidemic of violence against women (Sable Books – ).
She works during the day as a licensed mental health professional. To safeguard her own mental health, she writes poetry and dances Argentine tango at night. Kanter notes that in social critic Rebecca Solnit's book A Paradise Built in Hell, Solnit considered a handful of disasters — including the San Francisco earthquake and .Thus, it's only fitting that the events in this book also center around the theme of transformation.
The dance concert kicks off what seems to be an epidemic of shapeshifting, with alternately potent and hilarious results. When the smoke clears, Joanne's life has been changed in some key ways, and I'm about to follow along in book seven.
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