Dances of Jose Limon and Erick Hawkins


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Dances of Jose Limon and Erick Hawkins examines stagings of masculinity, whiteness, and Latinidad in the work of US modern dance choreographers, Jose Limon (1908-1972) and Erick Hawkins (1908-1994). Focusing on the period between 1945 to 1980, this book analyzes Limon and Hawkins' work during a time when modern dance was forming new relationships to academic and governmental institutions, mainstream markets, and notions of embodiment. The pre-war expressionist tradition championed by Limon and Hawkins' mentors faced ...

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    • Title: Dances of José Limón and Erick Hawkins by James Moreno
    • Publisher: Routledge
    • Print ISBN: 9781138300477, 1138300470
    • eText ISBN: 9781351403573
    • Edition: 2020 1st edition
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