- Title Pages
- Editors’ Acknowledgments
- Contributors’ Acknowledgments
- 1. Affect, Discourse, and Dance before 1900
- 2. Lola Montez and Spanish Dance in the 19th Century
- 3. Picturing Palucca at the Bauhaus
- 4. Rudolf Laban’s Dance Film Projects
- 5. Hanya Holm and an American <i>Tanzgemeinschaft</i>
- 6. Lotte Goslar’s Clowns
- 7. Back Again? Valeska Gert’s Exiles
- 8. <i>Was bleibt?</i> The Politics of East German Dance
- 9. Warfare over Realism
- 10. Moving against Disappearance
- 11. Pina Bausch, Mary Wigman, and the Aesthetic of “Being Moved”
- 12. Negotiating Choreography, Letter, and Law in William Forsythe
- 13. Engagements with the Past in Contemporary Dance
- 14. Lecture Performance as Contemporary Dance
- 15. Toward a Theory of Cultural Translation in Dance
- Production Credits
- New German Dance Studies
- University of Illinois Press
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