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From dance to text and back to dance: A hermeneutics of dance interpretive discourse
The recent publication of numerous and diverse dance interpretive texts has influenced developments in dance performance, choreography, research and education. Through the writer/scholar's arrangement of theory, language, ...
An historiographical landscape of the late fifteenth century: The metamorphic era of medieval England and its transformation into the age of the English Renaissance
The purpose of this thesis is to examine current historiographical literature to determine if scholars should re-establish an earlier date for the beginning of English Renaissance by giving credit where credit is deserved, ...
The Cecchetti Council of America: A focus on the historical and administrative development of a dance organization
A history of the Cecchetti Council of America was presented including the evolution of the organization, its purposes, and its goals. Demonstrated and documented was the role of the CCA in upgrading the teaching of ballet ...
An annotated bibliography of suggested repertoire for high school treble chorus
Many choral conductors become overwhelmed when involved in selecting music for contests or concerts. An annotated bibliography promptly supplies the high school choral conductor with a suitable repertoire for the small ...
Sophism, sex, and Shakespeare's "All's Well": Across the great rhetorical chasm
Renaissance dramatists created plays which incorporated a great complexity of vision precisely because of the sophistic rhetorical training they received in the grammar schools. Trained in antithetical methods, the dramatists ...
A preliminary rhetorical discussion of Virginia Woolf's essay canon with an annotated bibliography of her essays
This dissertation provides an annotated list and brief rhetorical consideration of all the non-fiction essays of Virginia Woolf that are currently available in published form. This dissertation extends the work of Andrew ...