Selected in Topics in History of Dance C2
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to further develop and expand history knowledge in the development of dance culture from the bachelor's study focusing on a detailed knowledge of component topics.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Required: comletion of history lectures in the bachelor's study in Dance research and its fundamentals.
The course content originates in the lectures registered for the given school year. These are lectures in Dance in Religion and Philosophy, History of Dance Music and Development of Theatre Dance of the 17th and 18th centuries. For a detailed syllabus see those courses. Lectures in Dance in Religion and Philosophy are designed as a presentation of the historical development of the relationship of dance and religion from ancient times through individual significant antique belief systems to today's existing religions. Particular attention is paid to the place of dance in Christian beliefs and their changes. The place of dance in religions rites and relationship of the given religion to dance expressed in theory discourse is also covered.
Recommended or required reading
Manor, Giora: The Bible as Dance. Dance Magazine, 1978, December, s. 55-86.
Oesterley, W. O. E.: The Sacred Dance, Cambridge 1923.
Sach, Curt: World History of the Dance, New York 1937.
Assessment methods and criteria
Activity in lecture.
Lecture topic: Ballet after 1945 2
Course may be repeated
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Choreography (Mg) (required optional subject, optional subject)
- Dance Pedagogy (Mg) (required optional subject)
- Dance Pedagogy (Mg) - Classical Dance (required optional subject)
- Dance Pedagogy (Mg) - Contemporary Dance (required optional subject)
- Dance Pedagogy (Mg) - Folk Dance (required optional subject)
- Dance Theory (Mg) (required optional subject)