Dance Scholarship Seminar A 2
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to expand the abilities of students to apply their acquired history and theory knowledge in independent work on a topic range according to the course intentions.
Mode of study
Readings and subsequen analyses of resources regarding the reasearched phenomena. Discussions over concepts and investigation of possibilites for better understanding of those phenomena.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Presumed completion of bachelor's study in Dance research or similar study. The content is linked to Dance Research A 1.
The course syllabus originates in the course content. This is Sources of Stage Dance of the 18th Century, Dance Technique of the Second Half of the 18th Century. Students, independently, work on assigned partial tasks and complete a course paper. In the work they should demonstrate the ability to find source material, classify it, critique and analyse it and also put the results into written form. Their work and conclusions are discussed in mutual discussions and comparison of results. Part of the course is the study of course literature and its analysis.
Recommended or required reading
Tanec, záznam, analýza, pojmy. Sborník. Praha 2004.
Seminární, bakalářské a magisterské práce posluchačů oboru Taneční věda na katedře tance.
International Encyclopedia of dance, I-VI, New York, Oxford 1998.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on activity in class, including discussions and investigating solutions and semester paper quality.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Dance Theory (Mg) (required optional subject)