DEMOCRATIC DANCE: EXPLORING PUBLIC DANCE AS A CULTIVATOR OF CIVIC VIRTUEShow full item record
|Title||DEMOCRATIC DANCE: EXPLORING PUBLIC DANCE AS A CULTIVATOR OF CIVIC VIRTUE|
|Abstract||Based upon citizenship theory, that within a deliberative democracy citizens must have certain civic virtues, I explored the development of these virtues within an ensemble of dancers. Displacing ourselves from the studio space where hierarchy of dance teacher to student is a daily ritual, these explorations will occur in non-traditional spaces around TCU's campus. This project recognizes physical explorations as research and thus employs the term dance laboratory rather than rehearsal.|
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