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DANCEĀ 246: Dance in the United States

Students trace and integrate the African-American and Euro-American dance traditions of the late 19th, 20th, and early 21st centuries, paying attention to their similarities and differences.The focus is on the theatrical dance genres of ballet, modern, and jazz (includes social dance, tap, and some musical theatre dance). At the same time, the course attends to the economic, religious, political, and social forces that have affected the development of dance in the United States. No dance experience required. Ticket/transportation fee required. Offered annually in the spring semester. Counts toward race and ethnic studies, American studies, and women's and gender studies majors and race and ethnic studies and women's and gender studies concentrations.

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...America DANCE 108 American Dance: Native and Immigrant Traditions (0.25) DANCE 246 Dance in...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...in Historical Contexts DANCE 246 Dance in the United States ENGL 246 Women's Literature...

Media Studies

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...Residence in Dance modern dance; dance technology; Companydance...in American Studies ART 246 New York Art...

American Studies

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...Present ART 253 Art Since 1945 DANCE 246 Dance in the United States ECON 242...

Neuroscience

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...Mathematics of Biology PHYS 246 Electronics PSYCH 235...Two 0.5 credit dance classes must be...