evolution of dance
By Barry Gasson It would appear that in today’s world, there are many experts clamouring for their particular pet theory to be aired, and it appears that many scientific equations and principles are being explored and applied to the human body in an attempt to improve on nature
Arthur Murray’s Paper on History of Dances USA We would like to thank John Kimmins for submitting this…
By Fred Bijster Dancing (in any form) is the result of our cultural evolution, not of design. Hence the importance of historical and cultural knowledge in evaluations (judging). Hence the danger of treating dancers like machines and dancing like a result of a logical process.