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This is a remarkable account of the revolutionary impact of modern dance on European cultural life in the early twentieth century. Edward Ross Dickinson uncovers modern dance's place in the emerging 'mass' culture of the modern metropolis, sufficiently ubiquitous and high-profile to spark media storms, parliamentary debates, and exasperated denunciations even from progressive art critics. He shows how modern dance spoke in multiple registers - as religious and as scientific; as redemptively chaste and scandalously sensual; as elitist and popular. He reveals the connections between modern dance and changing gender relations and family dynamics, imperialism, racism, and cultural exchanges with the wider non-European world, and new conceptions of selfhood. Ultimately the book finds in these complex and often contradictory connections a new way of understanding the power of modernism and modernity and their capacity to revolutionize and transform the modern world in the momentous, creative, violent middle decades of the twentieth century.

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'Edward Ross Dickinson brilliantly demonstrates that aesthetic modernism danced a neat double-two-step in the early decades of the twentieth century, combining the tense oppositions of global modernity into a harmonious new language. With its nimble prose and adroit research, Dancing in the Blood is itself a delightfully artful and informative cultural history.'

Michael Saler - University of California, Davis

'Dancing in the Blood makes a major new contribution to the scholarship of early twentieth-century dance. Edward Ross Dickinson brings a fresh historical perspective to dance and asks us to reconsider the formative early years of modern dance with new readings of modernism and modernity. An exhilarating read.'

Michael Huxley - De Montfort University

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  • Deutsches Tanzarchiv Köln/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne

  • Inventory no. 0118, La Argentina/Antonia Mercé

  • Inventory no. 69, Duncan-Archiv

  • Inventory no. 56, Clotilde und Alexander Sacharoff

  • Inventory no. 10, Gertrud und Ursula Falke

  • Inventory no. 161, Edith von Schrenck

  • Inventory no. 193, Schwestern Wiesenthal

  • Jerome Robbins Dance Division, New York Public Library of the Performing Arts

  • Ruth St. Denis Papers

  • Natalia Roslasleva files

  • Sent M’ahesa Clippings

  • Irma Duncan Collection of Isadora Duncan Materials

  • Museo de les Arts Escèniques (MAE), Institut del Teatre, Barcelona

  • Fonds Tórtola Valencia

  • Theatercollectie, Bijzondere Collecties, Universiteit Amsterdam

  • Archief Gertrud Leistikow

  • Museum of Performance and Design, San Francisco

  • Maud Allan clippings files

  • Staatsarchiv Munich

  • Polizei-Direktion, no. 3806/4

  • Polizei-Direktion, no. 1010/4

  • Landesarchiv Berlin

  • APrBr, Repositur 030-05, Tit. 74, Th. 1502

  • Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin

  • Rep. 77, Ministerium des Innern, Tit. 425, no. 37

  • Institut für Zeitungsforschung, Dortmund

  • Newspaper article in Münchner Post, Berliner Tageblatt, Münchner Neueste Nachrichten, Germania

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