Field-Of-Study: Dance Studies

Carrie Noland

Carrie Noland is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine.  Her central area of research is modernist poetry and poetics, but she has also published widely on phenomenology, the Fr

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Suzanne Carbonneau

Suzanne Carbonneau is a critic, essayist, and historian whose writings have appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and other publications. She is Director of the NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Dance, and she is Critic-in-Residence at the American Dance Festival. Ms. Carbonneau is Scholar-in-Residence at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and the Bates

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David Vaughan

Archivist David Vaughan has danced, sung, acted, and choreographed in London and Paris, on- and off-Broadway, in American regional theaters, in film, television, ballet and modern dance companies, and in cabaret performances.  He is the author of Merce Cunningham: Fifty Years (Aperture, 1997) and Frederick Aston and his Ballets (revised edition: Dance Books, 1999).  At

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Janice L. Ross

Janice Ross, Professor in the Drama Department and Director of the Dance Division at Stanford University, has a B.A. from UC Berkeley and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford. She is the author of Anna Halprin: Experience as Dance (University of California Press, 2007),winner of a de la Torre Bueno Award 2008 Special Citation, San

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