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(p. 725) Index

(p. 725) Index

Note: Page numbers followed by an italicized letter f or n indicate material found in figures or notes.

Abbey Theatre 46
Abdo, Fifi 379
aboriginal cultural traditions. See Canadian dance
Abraham, Kyle 709–713, 715
Academic State Ensemble of Folk Dances of the Peoples of the USSR. See Moiseyev Dance Company
Adichie, Chimamanda 346–347, 544
aesthetic primitivism 421–426. See also Canadian dance
African Americans. See also postblack choreography
in American ballet 589–592
postblack sensibility 708–709
salsa tradition and 505–506
social spaces of 18, 23, 37
African dance. See Ghanaian dance
“African Dream: The Imaginary of Nation, Race and Gender in South African Intercultural Dance” (Radhakrishnan) 513
African Rhythm and African Sensibility (Chernoff) 504
Afro-Cuban movements/rhythms 9, 394, 506–507
Aguilar, Pedro (Cuban Pete) 486, 487f
Ahern, Pat 55
Ahmadzadeh, Nejad 218
Ailey, Alvin 354
Áine Ní Thuaghaigh 46
Akhundzadeh, Haideh 218
Alaria (Argentine Dance Company) 602
Albéniz, Isaac 397
Albright, Ann Cooper 3
Alexander, Linda 625–628
Alhambra Ballroom 18, 27–30
Allahverdiov, Madame 215
Alonzo King’s LINES 586
Alter, Judith 192
Altman, Dennis 95, 103–105
Ame no Uzume (Heavenly Alarming Female) 145–146
The American Ballet (book) (Shawn) 186, 195, 197–199, 201–203, 204 [link] 4
“An American Ballet” (dance) (Shawn) 186, 199–200, 202–203, 204 [link] 4
American ballroom dance industry
Chinese participation in 484, 495
Latino stereotypes in 481–486
salsa classes 489, 491
American belly dance
“bellygrams” 368
Egyptian style of 378–384
exoticism of 372–374
as fitness program 374–376
Orientalism of 370–372
in popular culture 369–370
as recreational pastime 368–369
as shared social dancing 384–385
tribal belly dance 376–378
“worlding” of 385–386
American Indian dance
blended/parallel traditions in 627–628, 630–631
competition dancers 621
diversity in 613–614
drum groups 620–621
federal bans/restrictions in 614–616
Green Corn religion and 625–627 (p. 726)
intertribal dances 628–630
native identity and 616–620
song/dance styles in 620–622
straight dance 622–623
American modern dance 7, 67, 68, 71, 74, 82, 131
American Museum of Natural History dance program. See AMHN series
Ames, Michael 460–461
AMHN series
auditorium for 456–457
cultural politics 456, 464, 470–471
edification vs. entertainment debate 459, 472–474
intercultural benefits 461–467
as “living diorama” 458–461
program proposal 454–455
public engagement 456, 464, 473
universalism in 467–462
Anderson, Benedict 7, 302, 321, 328
Anderson, Lauren 586, 587f, 594f
“An Anthropologist looks at Ballet as a form of Ethnic Dance” (Kealiinohomoku) 2, 5, 537
The Anthropology of Dance (Royce) 2
antidisco movement 109 [link] 5. See also disco
anti-Semitic behavior/contexts 69, 70, 74
Appadurai, Arjun 178, 563, 573, 599, 609
Aqabayov, Pari (“Madame Pari”) 212–214, 221
Arabian Romance (Lapson) 79, 80f, 81, 87 [link] 12
Aranda, Joby “Brava” 492–493
Ardener, Edwin 614
Argentine Dance Company (Alaria) 602
Arnold, Joseph 81
Aronson, Boris 73, 87 [link] 7
“Around the World with Dance and Song” 455, 472, 476 [link] 18. See also AMHN series
Arthur Murray dance studio 488
Asante, Kariamu Welsh 508, 512
Asante, Molefi Keti 508
Asaya (cane dance) 605, 606
Asia Pacific Dance Festival 553–554
aspirational class performance 27–30
Astaire, Fred 98, 602
Aubert, Laurent 630
Ausdruckstanz movement 412, 416
Avaz International Dance Theater 219, 220f
Ayettey, Ben 350, 354–355
Ay nam ladan (Skolt Sámi singing game) 123–124
Azonto 519–520. See also Ghanaian dance
“The Babbitt and the Bromide” 98
babougera ritual 566–571. See also Greek dance
bachchah-raqqaqs (sexualized boy dancers) 211–213, 227–229, 231 [link] 9. See also Iranian national dance
Báez Macías, Eduardo 692
Bajau ocean people. See Sama and Bajau people
Baker, Josephine 590, 591
Bal, Mieke 651
Bal Anat (dance company) 607
Balanchine, George 132, 307, 355, 359, 469, 589–592, 595
Baldwin, Janet 420
ballet. See also Balanchine, George; Shawn, Ted
“An Anthropologist looks at Ballet as a form of Ethnic Dance” 2, 5
blackness/black identity in 587, 589–592, 594
ethnicity and 588–589
Ghanaian perception of 589
Iranian National Ballet Company 218, 231 [link] 11
as “kingdom of pale” 586–587, 592–595
Metropolitan Opera Ballet 71, 586
New York City Ballet 132, 307–308, 347, 359, 469, 586, 592
Pars National Ballet (Iran) 219, 224, 229
whiteness and 585–586
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo 469, 586
ballroom dance industry
Chinese participation in 484, 495
Latino stereotypes in 481–486
salsa classes 489, 491
Balme, Christopher 644, 652
Bandić, Milan 276 (p. 727)
Banes, Sally 590
Barbeau, Marius 419–420, 422
Barbud Society 214
Bar Mitzvah (Chassidic) (Didjah) 67, 73, 74f, 75–76
Barnes, Clive 592
Barrère, Dorothy B. 637, 638
Barry, Joanne 55
Barth, Fredrik 1, 5, 307, 564
Barthes, Roland 3, 133
Baskakoff, Boris. See Volkoff, Boris
The Bastard (Caldwell) 188
Bausch, Pina 60
Bayreuth International School of African Studies 356
bboy culture 350, 351, 359
Beach, Sally 615
Beamer, Nona 638
Beautiful Boys/ Outlaw Bodies: Devising Kabuki Female-Likeness (Mezur) 148
Beckman, Fred 199
Bell, Arthur 108
“belle Juive” figure 69, 71. See also Didjah, Belle
Benton, Palika 376
Berry, James 23–26
Beth Midrash (The House of Study) (Lapson) 81, 83–84
Between Worlds (Courtenay) 55
bharatanatyam (Indian dance form) 439, 441f, 445, 447, 449, 451–452
blackface makeup/theatre 20, 393, 482, 716
blackness/black identity. See also postblack choreography
in American ballet 587, 589–592, 594
aspirational class performance in 27–30
ethnicity and 19–22
white consumption of 22–26
Blanco, José Joaquín 324
Blaney, Darren Patrick, xv 6
Blasius, Mark 95
Bloom, Sol 598
Blue Peter 46, 59, 61 [link] 13
Blum, Odette 352
Bogdanič, Dinko 275
boleras del tangos 395–396. See also tango de negros
Bonner, Tracey 357
Boris, Ruthanna 469
Borscht Capades (Katz) 78
Bosse, Joanna 504
Boucicault, Dion 46
boundaries, theory of 564
“boutique multiculturalism” 539
Bowser, Benjamin 20, 36
Boyarin, Daniel 69
The Boys in the Band (Crowley) 100–101
Brant, Beth 652
Braun, Ruth Light 78, 87 [link] 10
Brennan, Helen 48–50
Bridle, Augustus 426
Bronski, Michael 95
Brown, Eric 421
Brown, Karen 595
Browner, Tara 621
“brownface” 198, 483–484
Brubaker, Rogers 97–98
“bubble heel” shoes 62 [link] 28. See also Irish step dancing
Buchanan, Charles 31–32
Buckland, Theresa J. 3, 106–107, 241
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Shows 615, 620, 622
bugaku (Japanese dance) 132–136, 140, 141
The Bull (Keegan-Dolan) 46, 54
Bull, Cynthia Jean Cohen 3
Burchenal, Elizabeth 1, 286, 288, 289, 290, 292, 295 [link] 20
Butler, Gervase 82
Butler, Judith 3, 148, 670
Cage, John 45
Calderón, Estébanez 396, 397–398
Caldwell, Erskine 188
Canadian dance
aesthetic primitivism in 421–426
cultural control and 426–429
English-Canadian ethnicity and 414–415, 431
Internationale Tanzwettspiele representation 412–413, 415–418, 420, 421, 426 (p. 728)
in 1936 Olympics 415–418, 430
salvage ethnography in 418–421
Canadian Mosaic: The Making of a Northern Nation (Gibbon) 428
cane dance (Asaya) 605, 606
Cano, Gabriela 332, 336
Caponi-Tabery, Gena 32
Cardoso de Oliveira, Roberto 686–687, 694, 695
Carell, Victor 469–470
Carpenter, Edward 193–194, 203
Carr, Emily 419
Carreras, Guido 439, 445
Carrington, Christopher 107
Carwile, Christey, xv 10
Case, Sue-Ellen 148
Casey, Natasha 48, 52–53
“The Caucasian Storms Harlem” (Fisher) 26
céilí dancing 42, 48, 61 [link] 14. See also Irish step dancing
Chambers, John Whiteclay, II 285
Chan, Christine Emi, xv 12
Charro (idealized Mexican man) 2, 320p. See also Jarabe Tapatío (national dance of Mexico)
“The Chassidic Dance” (Lapson) 83
Chatterjea, Ananya 54
Chauncey, George 99, 111 [link] 11
Cheap Amusements (Peiss) 283
Chernoff, John 504, 507, 508, 510
Chidester, David 642
The Chieftains 43, 45
Chikamatsu, Monzaemon 150
The Children of Lir (Nunan) 55
China Poblana (idealized Mexican woman) 319, 320p, 321, 326, 329. See also Jarabe Tapatío (national dance of Mexico)
Choreographic Politics (Shay) 131, 603
“Choreographing Interculturalism: International Dance Performance at the American Museum of Natural History, 1943–1952” (Ruyter and Kowal) 10
Christ Deliver Us (Kilroy) 46
Chudnowsky, Mikkael A. 250
Chuma, Yoshiko 46
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 651
Chûshingura (Japanese dance) 150
City Celebrations. See World Arts West
Clancy, Willie 50
Clark, Vévé 82
Close Up Salsa Fiesta (TV show) 514
čoček (solo improvised dance) 6–7, 171–172
Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha (the Irish Dancing Commission) 42, 49, 52
College of Music (Iran) 222
College of National and Folk Dances (Iran) 218
Collier, Clifford 415
Collins, Janet 586
Collins, John 517, 524 [link] 16
Colonial Fantasies: Towards a Feminist Reading of Orientalism (Yeğenoğlu) 640, 661 [link]
Comédie Iran 222
Communist Party 236, 237, 246, 250. See also Soviet/Russian folk dance
Compton, John 11, 599, 607–608, 609
Comus Club 35
“Confessions of a White Salsa Dancer” (Ehrenreich) 506
Congress of Irish Dance Teachers (Comhdháil Muinteoirí na Rincí Gaelacha) 49
congress style salsa 489–496. See also Latin dance
Conlon, Paula, xv 11
Connerton, Paul 428
Connie’s Inn Revue 31
Connywerdy, Kevin 619, 620
“conquest dance” 703 [link] 15. See also Danza de Migueles
Cook, Nilla 215–216, 218, 224–225, 229
Copeland, Miles 608, 609
Copeland, Misty 719
Cornelli, Madame 215
The Cosmic Dance of Siva (Shawn) 198
Cotton Club 18, 22–26, 31
Courtenay, Anne 55
Cowan, Jane 173
Crease, Robert 32
Critical Moves (Martin) 131
Croatian folk dance. See also Lado (Croatian folk dance ensemble)
(p. 729) early staging of 260–263
KUD movement 265–266
Matica Hrvatska theater volunteers 263–264
Moiseyev and 8
Seljačka Sloga 264–265
Croft, Clare 347
Crowley, Mart 100–101
Cuban Pete (Pedro Aguilar) 486, 487f
cultural appropriation 9–10, 373, 379, 382, 426, 506
Cultural Missions program 321, 327, 332–339. See also Jarabe Tapatío (national dance of Mexico)
cultural nationalism 41, 324–325, 328, 332, 414, 574
cultural practices, ownership of 439, 449–450
Cummings, Cindy 55–57, 63 [link] 42
Currid, Brian 106
Curtis, Natalie 615
Dabac, Ivica 268, 270
Dafora, Asadata 82, 466
Daghda Dance Company 46
Dallal, Alberto 445
dance
as cultural practice 563–564
designations for 2
as display of ethnicity/nationalism 7–8
ethnic appropriations in 9–10
ethnic heritage and 528
in ethnic identity/values 5–6
as resistance 10–12, 36
state appropriation of 7
“The Dance and Intolerance” (Lapson) 82
dance halls, in gay life 99–100, 102
Dance Halls Act (1935) 49, 62 [link] 19
To Dance is Human: A Theory of Nonverbal Communication (Hanna) 2
The Dance of Life (Ellis) 191–192
Dance Out the Answer: An Autobiography and Total Education in Ethnic Dance (La Meri) 439
“Dancer from the Dance” (Holleran) 91, 104
“A Dancer Mimes Her Race” (Hollander) 79
“dancescapes” 573–577
Dances of the Ages (Shawn) 198
DanceSport 484
Dance Theatre of Harlem 586, 594
Dancing on Dangerous Ground (Butler and Dunne) 43, 46, 58
Dancing with the Stars 485
“The Danger of a Single Story” (Chimamanda) 544
Danza de Migueles
“conquest dance” 703 [link] 15
context for 695–700
ethno-iconography in 687–689
images in 690–695
interethnic friction and 684–686
“otherness” and 700–701
performance of 683–687
Davillier, Charles 398, 400, 405
Deagon, Andrea, xv 9
Dean, Beth 469–470
De Barra, Fionán 46
de Certeau, Michel 18
De Dannan 45
DeFrantz, Thomas F. xv–xvi, 5, 12, 19, 32
Dehn, Mura 33–34, 487–488
Deloria, Vine, Jr. 626
Delsarte, François 288, 294 [link] 10, 449
D’Emilio, John 95
de Mille, Agnes 81, 314 [link] 3
Demófilo (Antonio Machado y Alvarez) 392, 396
Denishawn dance troupe 185–186, 189, 192–195, 197–199, 202–204
Denishawn Magazine 192
Densmore, Frances 615
Deren, Maya 468
Desmond, Jane 3, 4, 295 [link] 25, 330–331, 396, 540, 637, 649, 650
Deutschlander, Siegrid 415
Diamond, Beverly 629
Dickason, Olive Patricia 428
Didjah, Belle 6, 66–67, 71–78, 87 [link] 6
Di Falco, Peter 448, 451
Ding Dong Dederó— Forging the Dance (Courtenay) 55
Diouf, Mamadou 522
disco. See also gay dance ethic
antidisco movement 109 [link] 5
gay ethnicity and 94
origins of gay disco 102–106
term usage 93, 109 [link] 4
(p. 730) Djanbazian, Sarkis 216–217, 227
Does She Take Sugar? (Butler) 42–45, 47, 57, 60
Doherty, Moya 43, 51, 53
Dominguez, Miguel 696–699
Donaldson, Laura 645, 651
Donay, Millie 487f
Don Cossocks 240
Dora Stratou Greek Dances Theatre 11
Doré, Gustave 400, 405
Dorrance, Michelle 719
Dorsch, Hauke 508, 523 [link] 2
Dorson, Richard 302
Dowd, Harrison 100
Drandakis, Lefteris 567, 577 [link] 14
Draper, Ruth 81
Dreams of My People (documentary) 77
“Dressing the Hula: Iconography, Performance and Cultural Identity Formation in late nineteenth century Hawaii” (Balme) 644
drum groups 620–621
Drury, Martin 46
Drylie, Patricia 417
Duany, Jorge 505
Duberman, Martin 101
Dublin Dance Festival 42, 44, 61 [link]
DuBois, W. E. B 709
Dudley, Jane 103, 466, 470
Duggan, Andrew 55, 56, 57
Duncan, Isadora 10, 68, 139, 196
Dundes, Alan 302
Dundović, Hanibal 263, 267, 270, 274
Dunham, Katherine 82–83, 464, 466, 590, 592, 719
Dunin, Elsie 174, 543
dvoransko kolo (Croatian circle dance) 261–263. See also Croatian folk dance
Dyer, Richard 585, 588
Ebony Steppers 25f
Economy and Society (Weber) 96
Edelson, Loren 148
Ehrenreich, Nancy 506
El Extreme 509
Ellis, Clyde 617, 629
Ellis, Havelock 186–187, 190–195, 198, 200, 203
“Embodying Difference: Issues in Dance and Cultural Studies” (Desmond) 330
Emerson, Nathaniel Bright 637, 639–641, 643–644
English folk dance 1
Enters, Aegna 81
Epstein, Steven 95
Erdman, Harley 69, 71
Eriksen, Thomas Hylland 427
Escampie, Madame 215
Espin, Miguel 394, 395, 408
ethnic dance
cross-cultural perspective on 305–309
modern binary/dichotomy 68–69
teaching materials for xi
“Ethnic Dance” (Deren) 468
Ethnic Groups and Boundaries (Barth) 1, 5
ethnicity
in African dance 502–504
ballet and 588–589
black identity and 19–22
Canadian 414–415, 431
dance as display of 7–8
factors intensifying salience of 308f
in gay dance ethic 94–98
Hawaiian 12, 637–639
instrumental view of 10
race and 5
as social construct 5
as term 1
Ethnography Through Thick and Thin (Marcus) 3
Ethnologic Dance Center 439, 444, 446, 448
“An Ethos of Lesbian and Gay Existence” (Blasius) 95
eugenics movement, in American dance 7, 186–191, 195, 198–199, 202–203, 707
Eurovision song contest 43, 51, 61 [link] 5
Evans, Albert 586
Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre 46, 54
Fahmy, Farida 601, 603–604
Farah, Ibrahim (Bobby) 11
(p. 731) Farfán, Ana Patricia, xvi 12
Farnell, Brenda 547
Farrah, Ibrahim 598–599
Fat Chance Belly Dance 377, 378f
feiseanna (competition meetings) 50, 62 [link] 25
Fenton, Steve 5, 613
Festival of Culture and Arts (Iran) 223–224
Fiddler on the Roof (Robbins) 85
A Fierce Discontent (McGerr) 281
Fikentscher, Kai 102, 109 [link] 4
First Nation culture. See Canadian dance
Fish, Stanley 539
Fisher, Jennifer xvi, 8, 11, 599
Fisher, Rudolph 17, 26, 30, 37
fitness market, belly dance in 374–376
flamenco/tango flamenco 556 [link] 13. See also tango de negros
Flatley, Michael 45, 51–52, 54, 63 [link] 36–67
Flores de Angeles, Alura 321, 323–324, 332–337
folk dance. See also settlement houses, folk dance in
meaning/definition of 298–299, 305
in nation/state 236
peasant culture and 299–302
preservation movements 304
as “reflective dance” 304
spectacularization of 236–237, 244–248, 253
teaching materials for xi
as “vernacular dance” 303
“Folk Dance” (Kealiinohomoku) 298–299
Fontanez, Angela 488
Forbes, Jack D. 37
Ford, Richard 404, 406
Foster, Susan Leigh 3
Fouad, Nagwa 379
Franca, Celia 430
Franco, Sergio 470, 476 [link] 18
Frank, Brian 105–106
Franken, Marjorie 604
Franklin, Cynthia 653–654
Franko, Mark 3
Freidland, LeeEllen 301
From Mambo to Hip-Hop, a South Bronx Tale (documentary) 509–510
Fukuchi, Gen’ichirô 137
Funa Benkei (Japanese dance) 142–143
Gaelforce show 53–54
Gaelic Athletic Association 42
Gaelic League 42, 48–49, 62 [link] 17
gagaku (Japanese dance) 132, 141
Gale, Moe 30
Galton, Francis 187, 190
Garafola, Lynn 245
García Lorca, Federíco 392
Gautier, Theóphile 399–401, 403, 405–407
gay dance ethic
bars and clubs in 91–94, 109 [link] 3
gay ethnicity and 94–98
house music 106
identity and 6, 109 [link] 2
improvised social dancing in 99–102, 106, 108
The Gay Year (De Forrest) 100
Genné, Beth 590, 591, 592
Georges, Robert 1, 258
Gere, David 535–536, 540, 542
Germaine’s Lū`au 649–650
Ghana
“African personality” of 503
history of slavery 346, 359
perception of ballet in 589
Ghanaian dance
Azonto 519–520
choreography in 350–354
Close Up Salsa Fiesta (TV show) 514
contemporary dance in 354–356
drumming class 353f
ethnicity and 502–504
Kpanlogo 518–519
“movement dialect” concept in 504, 518, 522
national identity and 344
nationhood themes in 349–350
outsider’s encounter of 358–360
Peterson on 511, 519
religious themes in 348–349
Salsa-Afrique magazine 520, 521f
salsa “line-ups” 514–515
salzonto 10, 517–522
“single story” trap in 346–348
social/concert dance 358–360
(p. 732) Ghanaian Dance Ensemble 8, 346, 350, 350f, 354, 356, 504, 522
Ghost Dance 11
Gibbon, J. Murray 428
Gillies, Don 417
Gilman, Sander 69, 73
Gilroy, Paul 397
Gioseffi, Daniella 373–374
Glassgold, C. Adolph 77
Godfrey, Brian 533
Gods Who Dance (Shawn) 197
Goldberg, Maurice 73, 74f
Golden, Donald 43
Golden, Thelma 708
Goodyear, Amina 381
Gore, Georgiana 242
Gorky, Maxim 238
Gorst, John 283
Graff, Ellen 68, 82
Graham, Martha 68, 70, 192, 204, 307, 417, 464, 470, 710
Grau, Andrée 538, 539, 541
The Great American Belly Dance (Gioseffi) 373–374
Greek dance
babougera ritual 566–571
dancescapes in 573–577
Kali Vrysi community 565–566
in Olympic games 571–573
place and culture in 563–565
state-support for 11
Green Corn religion 625–627. See also American Indian dance
Grossberg, L. 564
Guerrero Drury, Nelda 337
Guss, David M. 240–241, 243, 253
Gutierrez, Esperanza 696, 701, 703
Gutierrez, Miguel (Michael Terrace) 486, 487
Guy, Edna 198, 204
Haddad, Rahma 381–382
Haddon, A. C. 413
Hajibeyov, Uzeyir 211
Hall, Frank 42, 49
Hall, Jonathan M., xvi 6
Hall, Stuart 115, 564
Hämäläinen, Antti 123–124, 125
Hamberson, Madame 215
Hamera, Judith 502, 513
Hammond, Joyce 637, 649
Hanayagi, Chiyo 146f, 152f, 153f, 155–156
Hanna, Judith Lynne 2, 445, 503–504, 511, 539
“happiness dance.” See raqs sharqi (“eastern dance”)
Harker, Dave 301, 302
Harlem
dance culture in 5–6
physical culture of 19, 21–22, 28–29, 35, 37
social dance in 19, 32, 36–37
Harlem Renaissance 5
Harlem social spaces
Alhambra Ballroom 18, 27–30
Cotton Club 18, 22–26, 31
Savoy Ballroom 18, 30–35
Harney, Stefano 714, 718
Harrell, Trajal 714–717
Hasidism 70, 83, 86 [link] 3
Hattori, Sae 135
Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance 655
Hawaiian identity. See hula
“Hawaiian Renaissance” 639
“Hawaiians on Tour: Hula Circuits through the American Empire” (Imada) 652
Hawaiian Sovereignty Movement 653–659
Hawaii’s Official Tourism Site 647–648
Hay, Harry 108
Hayden, Melissa 417
Hayes, Jack 46
Hayes, Peter 46
Hayes, Willie 46
Hazzard-Gordon, Katrina 18, 35, 517
Heavenly Alarming Female (Ame no Uzume) 145–147
Hebrew Melodies (dance suite) 73
Herd, Judith Ann 132
Herder, Johann Gottfried von 244, 258
Hering, Doris 469
Herman, Mildred 417
Herskovits, Melville 286
(p. 733) Herzogenrath, Jessica Ray, xvi 8
Heth, Charlotte 613
“high-yellow” flesh 24–25
Hijikata, Tatsumi 138
Hinman, Mary Wood 288–290, 292, 295 [link]
“The History of Dance in Iran” (Zoka’) 225
Hobsbawm, Eric 7–8, 229, 242, 322
Hoerburger, Felix 543
Hollander, Maurice 79
Holleran, Andrew 91, 93, 104–105
“Homage to Mahmoud Reda: A Life for Dancing” (dance program) 605. See also Reda, Mahmoud
Home Rule Party of Hawaii 656
Homogenic Love (Carpenter) 193
The Homosexualization of America (Altman) 103–104
hooks, bell 24
hopak 311–313. See also Ukrainian dance
Hopi dance community 2
Hoppu, Petri 6
horo line dances 6–7
Horst, Louis 192
house music 106. See also gay dance ethic
Houston, Ron 323, 337
Howard, James 629
How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere? (Lemon) 720–723
Hubbard, Karen 32
Hughes, Langston 30
Hughes, Russell Meriwether. See La Meri (Russell Meriwether Hughes)
hula
centrality of 12
colonial characterization of 639–645
fetishization of 651–652, 655, 657–659
Germaine’s Lū`au 649–650
Hawaiian identity/ethnicity and 12, 637–639
in “Hawaiian Renaissance” 639
Hawaiian sovereignty and 653–659
“imagined intimacy” 646
Kodak Hula Show 649–650
military tourism and 646–647
movement patterns in 641–642
religion/missionaries and 642–644
spiritualization of 651–652
tourism/tourist industry and 645–652
hula girl
ethnic phenotype for 648–649
sexualization of 640, 649
Hula: Historical Perspectives (Barrère, Pakui and Kelly) 637
Humphrey, Doris 68, 195, 197–198
Hurley, Honor 55–56
Hurley, Oliver 55
hutsulka 309–310. See also Ukrainian dance
Huxley, Julian 413
Ichikawa, Danjûrô 143
Ichikawa Girl’s Kabuki Troupe 148
Igal, festival of 669, 671, 679–680. See also Sama and Bajau people
Ilupina, Anna 237
Imada, Adria 646, 647, 652
Imagined Communities (Anderson) 321, 328
“imagined intimacy” 646
immigrant folk dances. See settlement houses, folk dance in
Imperial Household Gagaku Company 132
Impressions of the Orient (Didjah) 67, 76–77
improvised social dancing, in gay life 99–102, 106, 108. See also gay dance ethic
Indonesia 12. See also Sama and Bajau people
Ingold, Tim 116
interculturalism, choreographing of. See AMHN series
International Council of Traditional Music 1–2
International Dance Festival Ireland 46
Internationale Tanzwettspiele 413, 415–418, 420, 421, 426
Inuit culture 9
The Invention of Tradition (Hobsbawm) 322
Iranian National Ballet Company 218, 231 [link] 11
Iranian national dance
bachchah-raqqaqs 211–213, 227–229, 231 [link] 9
balletic performance 226–227
biopolitics of 220–224
casting of non-Iranian/non-Muslims 212, 215–216, 221–223
development of 210
government supported images 8
historical narratives for 225
ideal female subject in 229
national vs. popular dance distinction 227–229
operetta genre 211–215
Persian poetry as inspiration 224
raqqas (Iranian cabaret dancer) 219, 229, 231 [link]
raqsandah 219
religious significance 225
“rhythmic movements” style 219
theatrical dances 215–220
Iran National Folklore Organization 218, 224
Irish Dancing Commission (Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha) 6, 42, 49, 52
Irish step dancing
competition vs. creativity in 48–50
Dancing on Dangerous Ground (Butler and Dunne) 43, 46, 58
Does She Take Sugar? (Butler) 42–45, 47, 57, 60
Munnix style 48, 54, 56–57
national identity and 6, 41–42
Out of Time (Dunne) 43, 45–48, 57, 59, 60 [link] 1
rEvolution 55–57
Riverdance 6, 42–45, 50–54
Siamsa Tíre (National Folk Theater of Ireland) 42–43, 48, 54–57, 63 [link] 42, 64 [link]
Ishqi, Mirzadah 212, 222
Islam, impact of 600–601. See also Sama and Bajau people
Ivančan, Ivan 274–276
Jackson, Jason 625, 630
Jackson, Michael 357, 359
Jackson, Naomi 68
James, Leon 34
Janković, Danica 1
Janković, Ljubica 1
Japanese dance. See also Nihon Buyô (Japanese dance)
Ame no Uzume (Heavenly Alarming Female) 145–146
bugaku 132–136, 140, 141
cultural husbandry and 132–137
gagaku 132, 141
geisha/courtesans 146
kabuki odori 137
national identity and 131–132
Jarabe Tapatío (national dance of Mexico)
in Cultural Missions program 321, 327, 332–339
as definition of “Mexicanness” 322, 325–328, 331
in educational policies/school system 321, 323–324, 326–329
Flores de Angeles and 321, 323–324, 332–337
folk dance collection 335–337
history of 321–324
mariachi band music 326, 339 [link]
performances of 320p, 329–332, 338–339
teachers/teachers’ training 334–335
in theories of nationalism 324–326
transmission of folkloric dance 337–338
Vasconcelos and 322–327, 329–330, 332, 335
Jasaroska, Sonya 165
Jewish ethnic dance
anti-Semitic behavior/contexts 69, 70, 74
Arabian Romance (Lapson) 79, 80f, 81, 87 [link] 12
Bar Mitzvah (Chassidic) (Didjah) 67, 73, 74f, 75–76
“belle Juive” figure 69, 71
Beth Midrash (The House of Study) (Lapson) 81, 83–84
Borscht Capades (Katz) 78
“The Chassidic Dance” (Lapson) 83
“The Dance and Intolerance” (Lapson) 82
Didjah, Belle 6, 66–67, 71–78, 87 [link] 6
Fiddler on the Roof (Robbins) 85
Hebrew Melodies (dance suite) 73
Impressions of the Orient (Didjah) 67, 76–77
Lapson, Dvora 6, 67, 78–86
modern dance and 6, 68, 70–71, 73–74, 82, 85
pantomime 73, 75, 81, 142, 438
Rebbe Elimelach (Lapson) 83
A Romance of the People (dance) 72
(p. 735) Sabbath (Lapson) 79, 81, 85
Yeshiva Bachur (Lapson) 78–79, 83–84, 87 [link] 11
Yoshe Kalb (Shapero) 70
jo-ha-kyû rhythm (in Japanese dance) 141, 142, 144, 145
Johnson, Virginia 594
Johnson Reed Act 69, 188
The Jolly Hassid (Lapson) 81
Jones, Agnes 288–290, 295 [link] 19
Jones, Bill T. 708–709
Jones, Michael Owen 1, 258
jook continuum 18
Jordan, Wayne 46
Josephs, Allen 403
Joža Vlahović (folk ensemble) 266–267, 272, 276 [link] 3. See also Croatian folk dance
Justice, Daniel Heath 658
Kabuli, Farzaneh 219
Kaeppler, Adrienne 2, 540–541, 641, 643–644
Kali Vrysi community 565–566. See also Greek dance
Kamahele, Momiala 658
Kamal, Reza 212, 214
Kanjinchô (Japanese dance) 143
Kant, Marion 416
Kaplan, Caren 671
Kaplan, Mordecai 75–76
Karayanni, Stavros 602
Katatani, Kôjin 138
Katz, Mickey 78
Kawashima, Riichirô 139
Kazimi, Martiza Mushfiq 221
Kealiinohomoku, Joann 2, 5, 298, 306, 309, 447, 537, 543, 555 [link] 5, 588, 703 [link] 9
Keegan-Dolan, Michael 46
Keene, Donald 140
Keil, Charles 301, 302
Kelliher, Jonathan 54, 55
Kelly, Gene 98, 602
Kelly, Marion 637
Kennedy, Joe 188
Kerenski (Skolt Sámi dance) 122, 128 [link] 4
Khanum, Gul Sabah 212
Khanum, Suri 212
Kharrazi, Lily 537, 544, 555 [link] 8
Kiberd, Declan 41
Kidul, Ratu 671
Kila 43
Kilroy, Tom 46
Kirchner, Ludwig Ernst 139
Kirlik, Arif 139
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara 69, 456, 460, 461
Kitchen Mechanics Night 34
Knight, Alan 325
Kodak Hula Show 649–650
Koltta-Lappia sanoin ja kuvin (Skolt-Lapland in words and pictures) (Hämäläinen) 123–124
Komori (Japanese dance) 143
Komparu, Kunio 141
Koner, Pauline 79, 466
Koritz, Amy 3
Korobushka (Skolt Sámi dance) 123f, 1221
Koutsouba, Maria 242
Kowal, Rebekah J., xvi–xvii 10
Kpanlogo 518–519. See also Ghanaian dance
Kracauer, Siegfried 53
Krakoviak (Skolt Sámi dance) 122–123, 128 [link] 5
Kroll, Erwin 418
KUD (Kulturno Umjetničko Društvo) movement 265–266. See also Croatian folk dance
Kunanbaeva, Alma 243
Kuokkanen, Rauna 115
Kurath, Gertrude 2, 298
Kurosawa, Akira 145
Kuu loistaa (Skolt Sámi dance) 122–123
Kwawukume, Rosina 514, 515, 517, 519, 524 [link] 14
Laban, Rudolph 412, 416, 430
Labor Symphony (Shawn) 198–199
Lado (Croatian folk dance ensemble)
amateur/professional status of 269–270
choreographies of 267
costume descriptions 256–257
dvoransko/salonsko kolo 261–263
folklore and 256–259
founding of 259–260
growth/development periods 272–274
Moreška sword dance 261
rejection of Moiseyev approach 267–268
(p. 736) repertoire of 270–272
staging of folk music/dance 260–263
transformation of 274–276
Zagreb school and 268
Ladzepko, C. K. 530
Laitinen, Heikki 121
La Meri (Russell Meriwether Hughes)
in AMHN series 457f, 463–465
authenticity issues 439, 446, 448, 449–452
ownership issues 439, 449–450
repertoire of 439, 443, 445–446
reviews/critical response to 438–442
study of other cultures’ dance 439–440, 444–445
teaching/presenting 10, 85, 185, 446–452
writings of 439, 446–448
Land of Promise (documentary) 77
Lane, Jill 393, 395, 402
Lange, Roderick 192
Laník, Radím 483f
Lapps/Laplanders 6. See also Sámi people
Lapson, Dvora 6, 67, 78–86
Larasati, Diyah, xvii 12
Larrea, Arcadio 396
Lassiter, Luke 618
Latin dance
African roots of 513–514
Chinese participation in 484, 495
congress style salsa 489–496
cross-cultural exchange in 494, 496
ethnic identity and 480–484, 491–493, 497
Palladium Ballroom 486–489
steps toward integration 496–497
stereotypes in 10, 480–486
Laubin, Gladys 470
Laubin, Reginald 470
Lavalle, Josefina 323
Lavenda, R. 567
Lawrence, Tim 102, 103
Lazarian, Lili 217
Leaves of Grass (Whitman) 199, 201
Lebanese dance/identity 11, 379, 381, 598, 600
Lemon, Ralph 720–722
Lena, Willie 626
Lepecki, André 3
le’udd singing 120, 124, 127. See also Skolt Sámi dance
Leupp, Francis 615
Levin, Theodore 247
Levine, Victoria Lindsay 626
Lewis, Tyson 57
Liegens, Alfred 34, 35
Liggett, Helen 18, 21
Limerick University 43, 48, 58
Limón, José 470–472
Lindgren, Allana C., xvii 9
“The Lindy Hop” (Fisher) 17
lindy hop/lindy hoppers 5, 18, 487
line-dance
Roma 6
salsa “line-ups” 514–515
Tiller Girls 53
Linton, Ralph 286
Littleman, Steve 619
Ljevaković, Zvonko (Zvonimir) 8, 257, 260–261, 264, 266–270, 272–274
Locke, Alain 27
Long, Andrea 586
“Looking at Postcards: World Dance on Western Stages” (Segal) 541
Looking Out (Gere) 588
López, Felipa 322
Lorius, Cassandra 605
Luau: A Native Feast (film) 647
Lunny, Donal 43
Luppo, Alessandro 699
Lušić, Ivana 276
Lutskaya, Yelana 237
Lyons, Laura 653–654
Macedonian Roma. See Roma community
Machado y Alvarez, Antonio (Demófilo) 392, 396
Macmillan, Ayesha 594
MacMillan, Ernest 419, 422
Madison (line dance) 100–101, 111 [link] 12
Mahmood, Saba 644, 661 [link] 8
Mahmoud, Nadeeda 604
Mairena, Antonio 392, 396
Makuakane, Patrick 658–660
Mala (Volkoff) 412–413, 415, 418, 420–423, 425, 427–430
Malaysia 12. See also Sama and Bajau people
Malcolm X 29, 36
(p. 737) Maldonado, Luis 692
Maners, Lynn 266
Manning, Susan 74–75, 82, 84
Marcus, George 3
mariachi band music 326, 339 [link]
Martin, John 68, 75, 76–77, 81–82, 484–485
Martin, Randy 131
Martínez, María 395
Martinez-Hunter, Sanjuanita 328
Maslow, Sophie 67, 82, 85, 87 [link]
Mason, Daniel Gregory 196
Masri, Gamila el 373
The Match 310–311. See also Ukrainian dance
Matica Hrvatska theater volunteers 263–264. See also Lado (Croatian folk dance ensemble)
Matthews, Ralph 24
Maude Russel and Her Ebony Steppers 25f
May, Karl 429
Mbembe, Achille 670, 676–677
McColgan, John 51
McCrae, Ronald 422
McDonnell, Ian 46
McGerr, Michal 281
McGrath, Aoife, xvii 6
McIlwraith, Thomas Forsyth 420
McMains, Juliet, xvii 10
Meaning in Motion: New Cultural Studies of Dance (Post-Contemporary Interventions) (Desmond) 3, 4, 396
Međunarodna Smotra Folklora 264–265. See also Croatian folk dance
Meftahi, Ida, xvii 7
The Melting Pot (Zangwill) 196
Mendoz-Garcia, Gabriela, xvii 8
Merrie Monarch Festival 636, 655, 658–659
Mesič, Stjepan 275
Metropolitan Opera Ballet 71, 586
Mezur, Katherine 148
Mialhe, Fernando 401
Michel, Artur 418
Michio, Itô 139–140
Mihesuah, Devon 626
Mihrtash, Ismail 214
Milazzo, Kathy M. 9
“militourism” 646–647
Miller, Leslie J. 415
(M)imosa (stage work) 714–717
Minelli, Vincent 98
Minns, Al 34
Mitchell, Arthur 586, 591–592
Mitchell, Timothy 392
Mizejewski, Linda 482
Mizusawa, Tsutomu 139
“Models of Performance” (Valentine) 133
modern dance, American 7, 67, 68, 71, 74, 82, 131
Moiseyev, Igor. See also Soviet/Russian folk dance
choreographic strategies of 249–251
invention of tradition and 8, 242–244
movement vocabulary of 248–249
outside the USSR 253–254
Moiseyev Dance Company 8, 237–238, 240, 243, 245–248, 250–253
Molina, Romualdo 394, 395, 408
Molyneux, Jeremiah (Jerry Munnix) 54
Monaghan, Terry 32–35
Mon-Ka-Ta (Volkoff) 412–413, 415, 418, 420–430
Monks, Aoife 51, 52, 53
Montoya, Katie 353f, 358f, 359
Moore, Deborah Dash 76
Moore, Sharon 377
Moreška sword dance 261
Moten, Fred 714, 718
Mrs. Witschi’s Swiss Dance Group 459, 460f
Mulholland, Patricia 49
Muller, Hazel Lockwood
“Around the World with Dance and Song” 455–456
edification vs. entertainment debate and 472–473
innovation of 468
“native dance program” proposal 454–455
programming approach of 469–471
travelogue theme of 463, 465
universalism and 466
vision/leadership of 456, 461–462
Mullins, Gerry 107
multiculturalism 513, 529, 534–536, 538–539, 550, 676
(p. 738) Munnix, Jerry (Jeremiah Molyneux) 54
Munnix dance style 54, 56–57
Murray, Stephen O. 95
Muslim Macedonian Roma. See Roma community
Musume Dôjôji (Japanese dance) 143, 150, 151
My Life (Duncan) 196
“My Trouble with Contemporary African Dance” (Onikeku) 356
Nagel, Joana 97
Nahachewsky, Andriy xviii, 8, 252, 543
Najmabadi, Afsaneh 221, 230 [link]
Nasr, Ali 214, 215
National Dance Company (Iran) 219, 228
National Folk Theater of Ireland (Siamsa Tíre) 42–43, 48, 54–57, 63 [link] 42, 64 [link]
Native American community
dance genres of 11–12
dance research on 2
Ghost Dance 11
Shawn’s views on 196
Native American dance
blended/parallel traditions in 627–628, 630–631
competition dancers 621
diversity in 613–614
drum groups 620–621
federal bans/restrictions in 614–616
Green Corn religion and 625–627
intertribal dances 628–630
native identity and 616–620
song/dance styles in 620–622
straight dance 622–623
Native American Music in Eastern North America (Diamond) 629
native dance programs. See AMHN series
Navarrete, Federico 695
Nazemi, Abdullah 224, 228–229
Neal, Mark Anthony 26, 35, 36
Nericcio, Carolena 377
Ness, Sally 537, 569, 598, 599, 609
Newcomer, Lilian 439, 448, 451
“The New Jewish Dance in America” (Rosen) 69–70
The New Negro (Locke) 27
Newton, Esther 99–101, 111 [link] 12
New York Amsterdam News 30–31
New York City Ballet 132, 307–308, 347, 359, 469, 586, 592
Nicholas Brothers 590, 592
Niezen, Ronald 618–619, 630
Nigger Heaven (Van Vechten) 22, 27
The Night Air (Dowd) 100
Nihon Buyô (Japanese dance)
aesthetic threes/triple arrangements in 140–145
categories/classifications of 149–154
Genroku era 149
independent artist involvement in 135
jo-ha-kyû rhythm 141, 142, 144, 145
major segments in 144–145
men’s/women’s movements in 142
popularity of 134
as product of modernity 137–140
semiotic squaring of 157f
sex/gender/sexuality in 145–148, 157
social contexts for 154–157
Tokugawa era 149–150, 154
Nihon Buyô Anthology of Dance Theatre (Nishikawa) 137
Nii-Yartey, Francis 354, 355
Nishikawa, Ukon 135, 137
Nketia, J. H. Kwabena 349
The Noh Theater (Komparu) 141
Northwestern University Settlement 279–280, 283–284, 287, 291, 293 [link] 2. See also settlement houses, folk dance in
Novack, Cynthia 381, 586
Novosel, Stjepan 263
Noyam Institute 354, 359
Nunan, Mary 55
Nurse, Andrew 418
O, Libertad! An American Saga in Three Acts (Shawn) 198
Obayashi, Nobuhiko 135
O’Broin, Paddy Ban 46
Obsikruugi (Skolt Sámi dance) 124
O’Connor, Barbara 42, 47
O’Donnell, Anne 56
(p. 739) Oileán (Cummings) 55
Oira (Skolt Sámi dance) 122
Okayasu, Tatsuo 137
Okina (Japanese dance) 146–147
Okkolduuna (Skolt Sámi singing game) 124
Okpokwasilli, Owkui 721–722
Olson, Laura J. 240, 241, 243
Olympic Games
babougera ritual in 571–572
Canadian dance (1936) 412, 415–418, 420, 425–426, 428, 430
Onikeku, Qudus 356
“On Medicine Women and White Shame-Ans: New Age Native Americanism and Commodity Fetishism as Pop Cultural Feminism” (Donaldson) 651
On the Postcolony (Mbembe) 670
Opoku, Albert Mawere 349
Orientalism, in belly dance 370–372
The Origins of Japanese Literature (Katatani) 138
Osorio, Juan 697
Osumare, Halifu 508, 514, 522
Otero, José 401–402
Out of Time (Dunne) 43, 45–48, 57, 59, 60 [link] 1
ownership, of cultural practices 439, 449–450
Pages, Maria 55
Palladium Ballroom 486–489
“Panorama of Dance Ethnology” (Kurath) 298
Pansy Craze 99
Pantages, Alexander 188, 205 [link] 12
pantomime 73, 75, 81, 142, 438
Papakostas, Christos 11
Pars National Ballet (Iran) 219, 224, 229
Patespa (Skolt Sámi dance) 122, 128 [link] 5
Paulaharju, Samuli 125
Pavement (stage work) 709–713
Pavlova, Anna 81, 322, 323, 444, 445
Peiss, Kathy 283, 285
People Like Me (children’s program) 555 [link] 8
Peralta, Yesenia 492–493
“Perception, Connections, and Performed Identities in American-Ghanaian Dance Encounters” (Fisher) 8
Pérez, Eva 445
Pérez Montfort, Ricardo 324, 325
Performing Russia: Folk Revival and Russian Identity (Olson) 241
Perry, David C. 18, 21
Persian music/performing arts. See Iranian national dance
Peterson, Petra 511, 519
Petrova, Dimitrina 161
Philippines 7, 8, 12, 440, 537. See also Sama and Bajau people
Phillips, Miriam, xviii 10
“The Philosophy of Dancing” (Ellis) 191, 192
physical culture, of Harlem 19, 21–22, 28–29, 35, 37
Pinksi, David 80, 81
The Pioneers (Weisberg) 80
The Pleasures of Japanese Literature (Keene) 140
Polynesian Cultural Center 651–652
Pope, Arthur 216
Postal, Julius 454–456, 462, 472–473
postblack choreography
(M)imosa 714–717
concept of debt in 718–720
emergence of 708–709
Pavement 709–713
Potočnik, Božo 267
Powers, Williams 620
The Power That Builds (Pinksi) 80
powwow. See also American Indian dance
as native identity 616–620
song/dance styles in 620–622
primitivism, aesthetic 421–426. See also Canadian dance
“primitivist ethos” 9, 412
Primus, Pearl 82, 465–466, 470, 471–472, 473–474, 719
Pringle, Eunice 188
Pronko, Leonard 6
Pukui, Mary Kawena 637, 655
quadrille 121–122, 125–127
“queer lifeworlds” 106. See also gay dance ethic
Qustaniyan, Asiya 212, 215
(p. 740) race. See also African Americans; ballet; postblack choreography
as category of identity 707
in dance ethnicity 4–5
“A Dancer Mimes Her Race” 79
“racial uplift” 22, 27, 29
Radha (St. Denis) 77
Radhakrishnan, Smitha 513
Radkau, Verena 332, 336
Raftis, Alkis 11
Raider, Mark 77
Rajabpur, Nadir 219
Ramírez, Rafael 327
Ramírez Berg, Charles 482
Ramos Smith, Maya 692
Ramsey, Guthrie 18
Ranger, Terrence 8, 229, 242, 503
raqqas (Iranian cabaret dancer) 211, 219, 229, 231 [link] . See also Iranian national dance
raqs-i milli. See Iranian national dance
raqs sharqi (“eastern dance”) 369–371, 377–378, 380, 386 [link] 3, 598–601, 606, 609. See also American belly dance
Rashomon (Kurosawa) 145–146
Raskin, Saul 78, 87 [link] 10
Rausmaa, Esko 121
Rausmaa, Pirkko-Liisa 121
Rebbe Elimelach (Lapson) 83
“Recycling Tradition: A Hawaiian Case Study” (Kaeppler) 658
Reda, Ali 601
Reda, Mahmoud 11, 252, 599, 601–605, 609
Reda Troupe 601–605
Redfield, Robert 286
Reed, Susan 300, 301
“Remixing Hybridity: Globalization, Native Resistance, and Cultural Production” (Franklin and Lyons) 653
resistance, dance as form of 10–12, 36
rEvolution 55–57
Rezvani, Medjid 225
Ríos Mendoza, Bruma 697
Ristisiirre (Skolt Sámi dance) 128 [link] 3
Rites de Passage (Dunham) 719
Riverdance 6, 42–45, 50–54. See also Irish step dancing
Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegan’s Wake (Cage) 45
Robbins, Jerome 85
Roberts, John Storm 506
Robertson, Jennifer 148
Roediger, David 482
Roma community
čoček (solo improvised dance) 6–7, 171–172
dance genres/repertoire 6–7, 175–176
history/migration of 160–164
identity issues 164–165
nomadism of 160, 161, 165, 178 [link] 2
ritual and dance 165–167
sexuality and 172–175
stereotypes of 161, 165
video diaspora 176–178
wedding rituals 167–171
A Romance of the People (dance) 72
Rombos-Levides, Marica 242
Rosen, Naum 69–71, 73, 79, 83
Rosenkrantz Timme 24
Rossen, Rebecca, xviii 6
Royce, Anya Peterson 2
Ruba, Monsieur 212, 214
Rubidge, Sarah 450–451
rueda 507. See also salsa dancing
Rushe, Sinéad 46
Russell, Charles 454–455
Russian folk dance. See Soviet/Russian folk dance
Ruyter, Nancy Lee, xviii–xix 10, 262
Sabbath (Lapson) 79, 81, 85
Saberi, Pari 220
Sach, Curt 643
Sáenz, Moisés 328
Safavi, Farrokh 227
Safy, Shareen el 383
Said, Mona 379
Said, Roula 367, 382
Saldívar, Gabriel 323, 330
Salgado, Celso 697
Salimpour, Jamila 375, 607
salonsko kolo (Croatian circle dance) 261–263
(p. 741) Salsa-Afrique magazine 520, 521f
salsa dancing. See also Latin dance
Africanist aesthetic in 507–512
congress style 489–496
“line-ups” 514–515
pan-African possibilities of 512–517
rueda 507
salzonto 10, 517–522
“worlding” of 505–507, 523
“salvage ethnography” 418–421. See also Canadian dance
salzonto (Ghanaian dance) 10, 517–522
Sama and Bajau people
diaspora/migration issues 674–677
ethnonarrative of 668
Igal festival 669, 671, 679–680
“indigeneity,” disruption of 665–667
law/aesthetics relationship 679–681
mobility of women 669–673
Saman dance 12, 677–679
shari’a law and 667, 676
Sambasô (Japanese dance) 146, 151
Sámi people 115–117. See also Skolt Sámi dance
Samwell, David 640–641, 651
San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
aesthetics of production 540–543
artistic director, concept of 542–543
audition process 531, 533
communitas in 549–550
community groups in 531–534
funding for 535, 542, 548, 550, 552
mission/vision/goals of 537–539, 554 [link] 3
multiculturalism in 534–536, 539–540
participatory/presentational dance 543
players/participants 547–549
revisioned future for 550–554
“single story” construction in 543–547
“stageification process” 544, 546
tribal dancers in 377–378
venues for 529–531, 542, 551–552
San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund 535, 542, 551
San Miguel the Arcángel. See Danza de Migueles
Santo Luzbel (film) 697
Sasani, Khan Malik 220–221, 225–226
Savage, Dan 98
Savage Systems (Chidester) 642
Savigliano, Marta 9, 22, 393, 407, 505, 522, 599, 676
Savoy Ballroom 5–6, 18, 30–35
Schermerhorn, Richard 94
Scholte, Bob 2–3
Schramm, Katharina 349, 355
Schultz, E. A. 567
Scolieri, Paul A. xix, 7
sean-nós dance 48. See also Irish step dancing
“sea people.” See Sama and Bajau people
Segal, Lewis 538, 541, 551
segregation
ethnic 204
vs. integration 496–497
in “negative eugenics” 187
racial 19–20, 26, 31–35
Seibert, Lauren Marie 602
Seif, Tito 599, 605–606
Seljačka Sloga 264–265. See also Croatian folk dance
Sellers-Young, Barbara xix, 643
Sestjorkka (Skolt Sámi dance) 122
settlement houses, folk dance in
absence of boys 290–291
cultural pluralism/retention 285–286
Greenwich House 280, 287, 290, 294–295
group classes 287–288
Hull-House 279–280, 284, 285, 289, 291
“jazz” dancing 285
Northwestern University Settlement 279–280, 283–284, 287, 291, 293 [link] 2
Polish dances 290
Progressivism and 280–282
social dances 284
teachers/teachers’ training 288–289
“tough” dancing 285
for women/girls 279–280, 285, 288–292
Sevilla, Amparo 688, 699
Seville Suite (Pages) 55
Shanin, Teodor 300
Shankar, Uday 445, 448, 469–470
Shapero, Lillian 70, 79
Sharp, Cecil 1, 302
The Shaughran (Boucicault) 46
(p. 742) Shawn, Ted. See also eugenics movement, in American dance; St. Denis, Ruth
The American Ballet (book) 186, 195, 197–199, 201–203, 204 [link] 4
“An American Ballet” (dance) 186, 199–200, 202–203, 204 [link] 4
The Cosmic Dance of Siva 198
Dances of the Ages 198
Denishawn dance troupe 185–186, 189, 192–195, 197–199, 202–204
Ellis, relationship with 186–187, 190–195, 198, 200, 203
in ethnic dance movement 7, 185
Gods Who Dance 197
homosexuality of 187, 190, 193–194, 203
Labor Symphony 198–199
O, Libertad! An American Saga in Three Acts 198
Shay, Anthony, xix 8, 131, 134, 224, 349, 414, 462, 485, 543, 599, 600, 602, 603, 643
Shea Murphy, Jacqueline 620
Sherman, Jane 195
Shingakugeki-ron (Theory for a new theater) (Tsubouchi) 139
Shinozaki, Makoto 135
Shiokumi (Japanese dance) 143, 150
Shirvani, Hassan 224
Siamsa Tíre (National Folk Theater of Ireland) 42–43, 48, 54–57, 63 [link] 42, 64 [link]
Siegert, Nadine 356
Sierra, Dora 692
Silverman, Carol xix, 6
Skolt-Lapland in words and pictures (Koltta-Lappia sanoin ja kuvin) (Hämäläinen) 123–124
Skolt people 117–119
Skolt Sámi dance
identity and culture in 6, 114–115
le’udd singing 120, 124, 127
quadrille 121–122, 125–127
religion and musical tradition in 119–120
revitalization process 125–126
traditional dances/singing games 120–125
winter villages and festivals 125–126
slavery
in African dance 356
black dance and 720
ethnic identity and 20
in Ghanaian history 346, 359
role of race in 707
Slobin, Mark 615
Smoke Joints 25–26
Smotra Folklora. See Croatian folk dance
Smulski, John F. 284
Snowden, “Shorty” George 32
social dancing, in gay life 99–102, 106, 108. See also gay dance ethic
Šokčč, Miša 266, 269
Sokolow, Anna 6, 67, 82, 85, 87 [link]
Solas 43
Sorell, Walter 192
Souls of Black Folks (DuBois) 709
Soviet/Russian folk dance. See also Moiseyev, Igor
after World War II 251–253
Communist Party and 236, 237, 246, 250
“Festive State” concept in 240–241
invention of tradition 242–244
Moiseyev Dance Company 237–238, 240, 243, 245–248, 250–253
parallel traditions in 241–242
revival folk dance genre 241, 243
Russian folklore rehabilitation 237–240
spectacularization of 236–237, 244–248, 253
So You Think You Can Dance 485
spatial practice theory 18, 19
spectacles of ethnicity. See San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival
spectacularization, of dance 236–237, 244–248, 253
raqs- i milli 228
Spivak, Gayatri 670
Sremac, Stjepan 260–264, 268–269, 273
Staging Tourism: Bodies on Display from Waikiki to Sea World (Desmond) 540, 658
Stalin, Joseph 237–238, 243, 260
“State Ensemble of Folk Dances and Songs.” See Lado (Croatian folk dance ensemble)
state-sponsored dance companies 7, 222, 246, 257, 546
Steingress, Gerhard 393, 394, 407
step dancing. See Irish step dancing
Stillman, Amy 655
Stonewall (Duberman) 101
straight dance 522–523. See also American Indian dance
Stratou, Dora 252, 253
Studio for the Revival of the Iranian Classical Arts 216, 217f
Study Group on Ethnochoreology 1–2
Sublette, Ned 395, 400, 401
Sugimoto, Hiroshi 135
Sukeroku (Japanese dance) 143
Sullivan, Pauline 418, 422–423
Tafsout, Amel 377, 383
Takeda, Izumo, II 150
Tamiris, Helen 6, 67, 75, 82, 85, 87 [link]
Tanaka, Ikkô 135, 136f
tango de negros
analysis/descriptions of 397–402
cultural appropriation of 9
history/narratives of 391–397
in Romantic Age 402–408
The Task of Social Hygiene (Ellis) 191
Taussig, Michael 598, 599
Tavakoli-Targhi, Mohamad 221
taxi dancing 23
Taylor, Charles 381
Teaiwa, Teresia 646
10,000 Steps (Chuma) 46
Terrace, Michael (Miguel Gutierrez) 486, 487
Terry, Walter 204 [link] 1, 441, 466–468
“Theater Stylizations of Folk-Dances” (La Meri) 464
Thomas, Helen 131
Thompson, Robert Farris 508, 509
Thrum, Thomas 638
Tiller Girls 53, 63 [link] 33–64
Tomko, Linda 288, 290, 295 [link] 17
Tommy Dorsey’s Dance Group 457, 458f
Tomo Yakko (Japanese dance) 143
Tongan dance community 2, 652
Toor, Frances 323, 330
Total Education in Ethnic Dance (La Meri) 447–448
Trask, Haunani-Kay 657–658
tribal belly dance 376–378. See also American belly dance
Troutman, John 617
Trumpener, Katie 161
Tsotigh, Terry 623f, 629, 631–632
Tsubouchi, Shôyô 137–139, 140
Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness) (Kenkô) 140
Tunuković, Mira 267, 270
Turner, Victor 529, 549, 569, 571, 572, 609
Tyranny of Change (Chambers) 285
Ukrainian dance
hopak 311–313
hutsulka 309–310
The Match 310–311
terminology in 8
Ulrich, Allan 530
The Undercommons (Moten and Harney) 714, 718
UNESCO 1, 672, 677f, 679–680
The Universities and the Social Problem: An Account of the University Settlements in East London (Gorst) 283
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of Hula (Emerson) 637, 643
Uprichard, Laurie 44
Valentine, James 133
Valk, Steve 43
Vallis Hill, Constance 590
Vancouver, George 641, 651
Van Gennep, Arnold 529
Van Nieuwkerk, Karin 605
Van Vechten, Carl 22, 27
Van Zile, Judy 544
Vasconcelos, José 322–327, 329–330, 332, 335
Vaughn, Mary Kay 328–329, 337
Vaziri, Ali-Naqi 214, 222, 226
vernancular dance 8, 82, 186, 303, 310, 314 [link] 4
Villarreal, Luis 334
Villella, Edward 595 [link] 7
Vintjorkka (Skolt Sámi dance) 122, 128 [link] 5
(p. 744) Virsky, Pavel (Pavlo) 252, 311–313
Vissicaro, Pegge 535
Vittum, Harriet 283, 284, 288, 291, 292
vival/revival dance 543
Vlastos Stephen 139
Volkoff, Boris
aesthetic primitivism and 9, 421–426
English-Canadian ethnicity and 414–415
homage to aboriginal culture 426–429
at Internationale Tanzwettspiele 412–413, 415–418
international standing of 430
representation of indigenous peoples 413
salvage ethnography and 418–421
Waller, Fats 24
Walters, Rebecca 55
Warburg, Aby 698, 701
Washburne, Christopher 492
“water people.” See Sama and Bajau people
Waxer, Lise 506
Weber, Max 96–97
Weckmann, Luis 691
The Wedding (Primus) 719
Weems, Mickey 106–107
We Europeans (Huxley and Haddon) 413
Weisberg, Jacob 80
Wells, Christopher J. xix, 5
Westgate, Seán 46
Whalan, Mark 21
Whelan, Bill 51, 55