PERMISSIONS
Permission
to
reprint the following articles is greatly appreciated.
Alderson, Evan, "Ballet as Ideology:
Giselle,
Act II,"
Dance Chronicle
IO.3 (I 987), pp. 290-304.
Daly, Ann. "Classical Ballet: A Discourse of Difference,"
Women and Performance: A Journal
of
Feminist Theory
3, no. 2 (I987-88), pp. 57-66.
Desmond, Jane. "Embodying Difference: Issues in Dance and Cultural Studies,"
Cultura! Cri-
tique,
no. 26 (Winter I993-94), pp. 33-63.
Foster, Susan Leigh. "Dancing Bodies." In
Incorporations,
ed. Jonathan Crary and Sanford Kwin-
ter. New York: Zone Books, I992, pp. 480-95.
Koritz, Amy. "Dancing the Orient for England: Maud Allan's 'The Vision of Salome,'"
Theatre
Journal46
(I994), pp. 63-7 8.
Martin, Randy. "Dance Ethnography and the Limits of Representation,"
Social Text
33 (I992),
pp. I03-23·
McRobbie, Angela. "Dance Narratives and Fantasies of Achievement." Chapter 7 in her
Femt~
nism and Youth Culture: From "jackie" to "just Seventeen."
Boston: Unwin Hyman, I99I, pp. I89-
2I9. The assistance of Macmillan Press, London, and Routledge, New York, in granting
reprint rights is appreciated.
Ramsey, Kate. Portions of "Vodou, Nationalism, and Performance: The Staging of Folklore in
Mid-Twentieth-Century Haiti" previously appeared in
Women and Performance: A Journal
of
Feminist Theory
I4- I 5 (I99 5), pp. I 87-2 I6.
Wolff, Janet. "Reinstating Corporeality: Feminism and Body Politics." Chapter
8
of her
Femi-
nine Sentences: Essays on Women and Culture.
Berkeley: University of California Press, I990'
pp. I20-4
1.
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