Source:Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge,, United Kingdom ; United States , p.1 online resource (xxii, 196 pages). (2020)
Mots-clés:(OCoLC)fst00887402, (OCoLC)fst00887466, (OCoLC)fst00887472, (OCoLC)fst01122310, bisacsh, Cross-cultural studies., Curricula., Dance, Dance., Education, fast, Genres & Styles, Music, Social aspects., Social change., Study and teaching.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part 1 Collaborations across arts practice and academia -- Chapters -- 1 Dancing past categories: researching a live art project with participants -- 2 'It's all about art!' Crossing borders of academia and arts practice in an arts-integrated educational project in South Africa -- 3 Softening the borders of codification -- Case narratives -- 4 A step offstage to restage: remembering Swan Lake5 Shapeshifting collaborative paradigms across borders, within tertiary choreographic education -- Part 2 Difference and diversity -- community initiatives -- Chapters -- 6 Fostering intercultural competence and social justice through dance and physical education: Finnish PE student teachers' experiences and reflections -- 7 Sustaining dance practices in turbulent times: dance, displacement, identity and the Syrian Civil War -- Case narratives -- 8 Children's dance across borders during the Festival of the Children of Mountains in Nowy Sacz, Poland9 Unlocking joy in the body: creative movement with Yazidi refugees in Northern Iraq -- 10 Who sets the limits for us to dance? Dance for equal movement rights in Estonia -- Part 3 Intercultural collaborations in dance education -- Chapters -- 11 Women of Consequence (WOC) -- ambitious, ancillary and anonymous: a cross-border arts-based research project between South Africa and USA -- 12 Brazil and Denmark dance encounters: a case study of intercultural artistic coexistences in higher educational contexts13 Dancing across the wall(s) of exclusion: reflections of two dance teachers on overcoming barriers to difference in dance education -- Case narratives -- 14 Sum of our ancestors: we are connected to spirit and to Country -- we are the sum of our ancestors? -- 15 Disrupting the 'foreign' and the 'indigenous': teaching dance as an investigative practice in the contemporary Indian context -- 16 Crossing borders by teaching dance around the world -- Part 4 Integrated arts -- Chapters17 The significance of an interdisciplinary arts pedagogical approach for dance teaching artists on dance education in Singapore -- 18 Artistic process as a frame for collaborative, embodied pedagogies: combining dance with language learning -- Case narratives -- 19 Breaking the fourth wall: getting closer to the audience through participatory experience of dance -- 20 Learning through an artistic experience -- connecting dance and visual art in the project 'Movement and Its Trace' -- Part 5 Collaborations across subjects and educational sectors -- ChaptersOnline resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 25, 2020).