By Ramsay Burt
one of the artists who function are:
* Josephine Baker
* Jean Borlin
* George Balanchine
* Jean Cocteau
* Valeska Gert
* Katherine Dunham
* Fernand Leger
* Kurt Jooss
* Doris Humphrey
interested by how artists replied to the alienating reports of contemporary existence, Alien Bodies specializes in matters of:
* nationwide and 'racial' identity
* the recent areas of modernity
* fascists makes use of of mass spectacles
* ritual and primitivism in smooth dance
* the 'New lady' and the narrow sleek body
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Alien Bodies: Representations of Modernity, 'Race' and Nation in Early Modern Dance by Ramsay Burt