Table of contents for Ballroom, boogie, shimmy sham, shake : a social and popular dance reader / edited by Julie Malnig.

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Contents
 Acknowledgments
 IntroductionJulie Malnig
 Section I: Historical Precedents
 1. Our National Poetry: The Afro-Chesapeake Inventions of
 American Dance
 Jurretta Jordan Heckscher
 2. The Civilizing of America¿s Ballrooms: The Revolutionary War
 to 1890
 Elizabeth Aldrich
 3. ¿Just Like Being at the Zoo¿: Primitivity and Ragtime Dance
 Nadine George-Graves
 4. Apaches, Tangos, and Other Indecencies: Women, Dance, and New
 York Nightlife of the 1910s
 Julie Malnig
 Section II: Evolving Styles
 5. Reality Dance: American Dance Marathons
 Carol Martin
 6. The Trianon and On: Reading Mass Social Dancing in the 1930s
 and 1940s in Alberta, Canada
 Lisa Doolittle
 7. Negotiating Compromise on a Burnished Wood Floor: Social
 Dancing at the Savoy
 Karen Hubbard and Terry Monaghan
 8. Rumba Then and Now: Quindembo
 Yvonne Daniel
 9. Embodying Music/Disciplining Dance: The Mambo Body in Havana
 and New York City
 David F. García
 10. Rocking around the Clock: Teenage Dance Fads from 1955 to
 1965
 Tim Wall
 11. Beyond the Hustle: 1970s Social Dancing, Discotheque Culture,
 and the Emergence of the Contemporary Club Dancer
 Tim Lawrence
 Section III: Theatricalizations of Social Dance Forms
 12. ¿A Thousand Raggy, Draggy Dances¿: Social Dance in Broadway
 Musical Comedy in the 1920s
 Barbara Cohen-Stratyner
 13. From Bharata Natyam to Bop: Jack Cole's ¿Modern¿ Jazz Dance
 Constance Valis Hill
 14. From Busby Berkeley to Madonna: Music Video and Popular Dance
 Sherril Dodds
 15. The Dance Archaeology of Rennie Harris: Hip-Hop or
 Postmodern?
 Halifu Osumare
 Section IV: The Contemporary Scene
 16. "C¿mon to My House": Underground House Dancing
 Sally R. Sommer
 17. Dancing Latin/Latin Dancing: Salsa and DanceSport
 Juliet McMains
 18. Louisiana Gumbo: Retention, Creolization, and Innovation in
 Contemporary Cajun and Zydeco Dance
 May Gwin Waggoner
 19. The Multiringed Cosmos of Krumping: Hip-Hop Dance at the
 Intersections of Battle, Media, and Spirit
 Christina Zanfagna
 Contributors
 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Dance -- History.
Dance -- Social aspects.