Table of contents for Dance, human rights, and social justice : dignity in motion / edited by Naomi Jackson and Toni Shapiro-Phim.

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Part One: Regulatory Moves
1  Roadblock Journal Excerpt, November 26, 2001)               3
Maysoun Rafeedie
2   Practical Imperative: German Dance, Dancers, and Nazi Politics  5
Marion Kant
3   Plunge Not into the Mire of Worldly Folly: Nineteenth-Century
and Early Twentieth-Century Religious Objections to Social
Dance in the United States                                 20
Elizabeth Aldrich
4  Dancing Chinese Nationalism and Anticommunism:
The Minzu Wudao Movement in 1950s Taiwan                   34
Ya-ping Chen
5  Animation Politique: The Embodiment of Nationalism in Zaire  51
Joan Huckstep
6  Dance and Human Rights in the Middle East, North Africa,
and Central Asia                                           67
Anthony Shay
7  Right to Dance: Exotic Dancing in the United States        86
Judith Lynne Hanna
8   The Hidden Authoritarian Roots in Western Concert Dance  109
Robin Lakes
9   Human Rights and Dance through an Artist's Eyes          131
Yunyu Wang
Part Two: Choreographing Human Rights
10   Fagaala                                                  137
Germaine Acogny
11   Your Fight Is Our Fight: Protest Ballets in Sweden       140
Cecilia Olsson
12   Dancing in Paradise with Liz Lerman on 9/11              154
Linda Frye Burnham
13   What Was Always There                                    156
Ralph Lemon
14   Cambodian Dance and the Individual Artist                166
Sophiline Cheam Shapiro
15   Dancing against Burning Grounds: Notes on From Sita:
Lament, Fury, and a Plea for Peace                       168
Ananya Chattejea
16   Human Rights Issues in the Work of Barro Rojo Arte Esc6nico  188
Cesar Delgado Martinez (translated and edited by Nancy Lee Ruyter)
17   Requiem                                                  200
Lemi Ponifasio
18   Sardono: Dialogues with Humankind and Nature             204
Sal Murgiyanto
19  Adib's Dance                                              212
Gaby Aldor
Part Three:
Healing, Access, and the Experience of Youth
20   Japanese Butoh and My Right to Heal                      217
Judith Kajiwara
21   Dancing in our Blood: Dance/Movement Therapy with
Street Children and Victims of Organized Violence in Haiti  222
Amber Elizabeth Lynn Gray
22   Interactions between Movement and Dance, Visual Images,
Etno, and Physical Environments: Psychosocial Work with
War-Affected Refugee and Internally Displaced Children
and Adults (Serbia 2001-2002)                            237
Allison Jane Singer
23   Sudanese Youth: Dance as Mobilization in the Aftermath
of War                                                   253
David Alan Harris
24   Community Dance: Dance Arizona Repertory Theatre
as a Vehicle for Cultural Emancipation                   256
Mary Fitzgerald
25   Doing Time: Dance in Prison                              270
Janice Ross
26   Balance and Freedom: Dancing in from the Margins
of Disability                                            285
Wyatt Bessing
Part Four: Kinetic Transgressions
27   Exposure and Concealment                                 291
Nicholas Rowe
28   The Dance of Life: Women and Human Rights in Chile       296
Majorie Agosin (translated by Janice Molloy)
29   Mediating Cambodian History, the Sacred, and the Earth   304
Toni Shapiro-Phim
30   No More Starving in the Attic: Senior Dance Artists
Advocate a Canadian Artists' Heritage Resource Centre    323
Carol Anderson
31   Dance and Disability                                     329
Alito Alessi, with Sara Zolbrod
32   Monuments and Insurgencies in the Age of AIDS            333
David Gere
33 If I Survive: Yehudit Amrnon's Story, as Told
to Judith Brin Ingber                                    342

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Dance Sociological aspects, Dance Social aspects, Dance Political aspects, Human rights, Social justice