Archives of the Dance (22): Pioneer Women – early British modern dancers (the National Resource Centre for Dance, University of Surrey).

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Carter, Alexandra;

Pioneer Women was an AHRC-funded project based on archives held at the National Resource Centre for Dance, University of Surrey. Two of the largest collections, those on Madge Atkinson and Natural Movement, and Ruby Ginner’s Revived (later Classical) Greek Dance, are ca... View more
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    Atkinson, M. 1930 „Round the German schools‟, Dancing Times, June pp.242-7 Ewing, W. 1987 The fugitive gesture: masterpieces of dance photography, London: Thames and Hudson

    Ginner, R. 1933 Revived Greek Dance, London: Methuen ----- 1960 Gateway to the dance, London: Newman Neame ----- 1963 The technique of the Revived Greek Dance, London: ISTD Hammergren, L. 2004 „Many sources, many voices‟ in Carter, A. Rethinking dance history, London: Routledge

    Johnstone, M.A. & Atkinson. M. undated Dancing based on Natural Movement, unpub. mss. (NM/E/2/3/1)

    Karsavina, T [1930] 1950 Theatre Street: reminiscences of Tamara Karsavina, London: Constable

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