Black concert dance and postmodern dance : identity, recognition and clearer labeling in dance / by Tina Nicole Mullone.Show full item record
|Title||Black concert dance and postmodern dance : identity, recognition and clearer labeling in dance / by Tina Nicole Mullone.|
|Author||Mullone, Tina Nicole|
|Description||Department of Fine Arts; advisor, Susan Douglas Roberts.|
|Call Number||Main Stacks: TCU Master Thesis (Regular Loan)
Special Collections: TCU Master Thesis (Non-Circulating)
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