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TH 214 Dance in Context: History and Criticism

Faculty: Davis
Content: Viewing of selected live dance performances in the Portland area. An exploration of the intellectual, historical, and social contexts of these performances. Development of a vocabulary for dance criticism and an understanding of the essential elements of dance choreography and performance. Readings; analysis of videotaped, filmed, and live dance performances; seminar discussion. Fee (performance tickets).
Prerequisites: None.
Usually offered: Alternate Years, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.