Selected in Topics in History of Dance III 2
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to broaden knowledge in the history of dance. Lectures focus on a detailed historical presentation of particular developmental phases of dance, phenomena and figures.
Mode of study
Presentation, discussion, source and text analyses.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Completion of the survey lectures in dance history, i.e. Survey of the History of Dance and Ballet and Survey of the History of Ballet in the Czech Republic.
The content is determined by the focus of scheduled lectures in the History of Dance Music and Development of Theatre Dance of the 17th and 18th Centuries. See those syllabuses.
Recommended or required reading
Survey of study material of individual lectures - History of Dance Music, Development of Theatre Dance of the 17 and 18th centuries.
Assessment methods and criteria
Dependent upon the specific lecture content, credit is, in principle, awarded for participation in lectures and study of the assigned literature along with the passing of an oral exam: often part of the paper assignment requirements.
During the semester consistent reading of related texts, participation in lectures, completion of the written assignment and passing of the oral exam are required. The overall semester grading originates in the assessment of participation in lextures the written assignments and oral exam.
Conditions for successfull completion of the course: participation in lectures, reading of the assigned literature, written tasts, oral exam.
Lecture topic: Dance in religion and philosophy 2
No schedule has been prepared for this course