Patrick, Declan (2014) Filipino Folk Dance in the Academy: Embodied Research in the work of Francesca Reyes Aquino, Sally Ann Ness, and Benildanze. Asian Theatre Journal, 31. pp. 399-416.
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This article addresses the work of researchers Francesca Reyes Aquino, Sally Ann Ness and Benildanze, all of whom use embodied practices to study Filipino folk dance in the academy but with divergent methodologies: Aquino uses ethnography, Ness phenomenology, and Benildanze practice as research. It examines the processes by which dancers have moved from functioning rituals to representative artifacts and research tools. These processes reveal a complex ad constantly developing relationship between dance practice and the academy.
|Additional Information and Comments:||This article first appeared in volume 31, 2014 issue of Asian Theatre Journal published by the University of Hawai‘i Press. Copyright remains with the author.|
|Faculty / Department:||Faculty of Arts & Humanities > Drama,Dance and Performance Studies|
|Depositing User:||Rachel Foster|
|Date Deposited:||14 Apr 2016 16:09|
|Last Modified:||29 Sep 2016 13:54|
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