Artists and Dance Forms
Students are required to perform research to present on the following artists and dance forms:
- Isadora Duncan
- Eiko and Koma
- Pina Bausch
- Anna Halprin
- Project Bandaloop
- Native American Dance
- African Dance
- Ansel Adams
- Andy Goldsworthy
Use the resources available in the tabs of this guide to help you find information on your topic!
Some useful resources for your assignment
Find Newspaper Articles and Reviews
National newspaper, provided by Academic Universe. Offers searchable ASCII text (no images) to abstracts and full-text.Jan. 1, 1969 - May 31, 1980, abstracts; June 1, 1980 through the current issue, full-text.
The New York Times offers full page and article images with searchable full text back to the first issue. The collection includes digital reproductions providing access to every page from every available issue. Sept. 18, 1851 - 4 Years Ago, full-text.
Full-text access to major U.S. and international newspapers, including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, and local Lancaster newspapers. Coverage varies, 5 to 20 years.
News resources, including newspapers, magazines, newswires, broadcast transcripts, blog and web publications, reviews, obituaries, and editorials.
Atlanta International School, African Dance Videos: http://aischool.libguides.com/content.php?pid=424999
Isadora Duncan Dance Company: http://www.isadoraduncan.org/
LC Call #'s and Subject Headings
Keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list!
Here is a list of Library of Congress Call Numbers to browse related to the required readings for your class:
BF 637 .C5 -- Conduct of Life (Psychology)
GV 1782.5 -- Choreography
N 6797 -- Special Artists (organized A-Z)
N 8217 -- Industry (organized by type of industry, A-Z)
NB 497 -- Special Artists (English/European, A-Z)
QH 331 -- Philosophy of Biology
QP 303 -- Mechanics, Kinesiology
Here is a list of Library of Congress Subject Headings related to the required readings for your class:
Biology -- Philosophy
Kinesiology -- Miscellanea
Posture -- Animal mechanics
Remember to "think outside the box" for this class. Not every call number or subject heading will seem directly related to dance!