Dancing feminist conversations: Never without materiality: Dance and politics: Moving beyond boundaries Dana Mills, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2017, 144pp., ISBN: 978-1526105158
Contemporary Political Theory
Reason for embargo
Dance has always been a powerful form of human expression. In my first book, Dance and Politics: Moving beyond Boundaries, I examined the political power of dance from a global perspective. I explored different dimensions of dance as a form of intervention into a politics more commonly articulated in words. I am interested in dance as a system of communication that allows its subjects to speak with their bodies and to create embodied spaces, drawing attention to the radically egalitarian nature of dance with its ability to transcend all boundaries of gender, race and sexual politics.[...]
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Published online 6 July 2017